Chattanooga Veterinary Center

We are committed to promoting responsible pet ownership, preventative health care and health-related educational opportunities for our clients. Chattanooga Veterinary Center strives to offer excellence in veterinary care to Chattanooga and surrounding areas. 


Chattanooga Veterinary Center is a full-service veterinary facility, located in Chattanooga, TN. The professional and courteous staff at Chattanooga Veterinary Center seeks to provide the best possible medical care, surgical care and dental care for their highly-valued patients.

Please take a moment to contact us today, to learn more about our veterinary practice and to find out more information about how Chattanooga Veterinary Center can serve the needs of you and your cherished pet.

  • Mon-Fri: 7:00am - 7:00pm
  • Sat: 9:00am - 2:00pm
  • Sun: Closed
  • After-Hours Emergency: AESC at (423) 822-8304
  • Amanda Wojtalik-Courter, DVM

    Veterinarian
    Since 2001 Dr. Wojtalik-Courter has been practicing veterinary medicine in the Chattanooga area. She served as president of the HCVMA during the 2005 to 2006 year. Dr. Wojtalik-Courter graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Science in Zoology. She attended Yale University on a NSF graduate fellowship where she received a Master of Environmental Science in Population Ecology. She received her DVM from Tufts University in Boston. Dr. Wojtalik-Courter is happy to be back in Chattanooga and loves to spend time with her family, husband, beloved daughter, and 7 cats. She has an interest in soft tissue surgery and particularly enjoys working with cats.
  • Mark Brackett, DVM

    Veterinarian
    Before becoming a veterinarian, Dr. Brackett was a licensed technician working in a mixed animal practice and at the veterinary school at the University of Tennessee. He was also a Captain in the Army Reserves Armored Cavalry. Dr. Brackett holds two bachelor's degrees, one from Cumberland College, KY in business administration and one from Lincoln Memorial University in veterinary biology. Dr Brackett obtained his doctorate of veterinary medicine from Tuskegee University in Alabama. Mark enjoys spending time with his wife and two children who share their home with their two dogs, Luke & Leila and one cat, Daisy.  You can reach him at drbrackett@chattvet.com.
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  • Mary Stanley, DVM

    Veterinarian
    Dr. Stanley’s dream since she was a small child was always to be a veterinarian for small animals. She has always had numerous pets as part of her life growing up in Chattanooga. Dr. Stanley has been practicing veterinary medicine in the Chattanooga area since 2002. She has served as an officer in the Hamilton County Veterinary Medical Association since 2004 holding positions as the President, Vice-President and Secretary at different times. As an officer of the HCVMA, she became the representative for the Board of the new McKamey Animal Center. She holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Tennessee as Knoxville (UT) where she attended via the Tennessee Scholars program and graduated Phi Beta Kappa. Dr. Stanley received her doctorate in veterinary medicine from UT’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2002. She graduated in the top 5 of her class and was a member of the Phi Zeta honor society. Dr. Stanley enjoys spending time with her friends and family which includes her three dogs, Taco, Keela, and Molly. She rescued Taco, her chihuahua-papillon, during her senior year of college. Dr. Stanley holds a special place in her heart for small breeds of dogs especially Chihuahuas. She holds a special interest in soft tissue surgery and ophthalmology.
  • Noelle

    Hospital Manager
    Noelle is the hospital manager at Chattanooga Veterinary Center. She began her career at the center in 2007 as a receptionist. She finds working at a progressive practice with a dedication to superior patient care and customer service to be very rewarding. After spending much time learning about veterinary medicine, she moved to veterinary assistant.  She later became the hospital manager in 2011.  In her spare time, Noelle enjoys fishing, farming, four-wheeling,and dirt track racing.
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    Endia

    Receptionist 
    Endia has been with the Center since 2013.  She will make your experience at the CVC unforgettable. She always goes above and beyond to meet your needs at all times.  Whether you are calling in a prescription, need an appointment, or your pet is having an emergency, Endia is prepared to serve your needs with kindness and a professional attitude.  She has one dog named Lara and a cat named Ragnar.
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    Hannah

    Receptionist
  • Kate

    Veterinary Assistant
    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 2015
  • Malissa

    Veterinary Assistant
    The veterinary assistant works under the direct supervision of a licensed veterinarian or veterinary technician who determines the scope of their activities.  A veterinary assistant is the position for most individuals who would like to work with animals in a medical capacity and usually have worked in a veterinary environment for longer than two years.

    An assistant is not required to take an exam for accreditation or have any college background, though a high school diploma is usually a prerequisite.
  • Nathan

    Veterinary Assistant
    The veterinary assistant works under the direct supervision of a licensed veterinarian or veterinary technician who determines the scope of their activities.  A veterinary assistant is the position for most individuals who would like to work with animals in a medical capacity and usually have worked in a veterinary environment for longer than two years. 

    An assistant is not required to take an exam for accreditation or have any college background, though a high school diploma is usually a prerequisite.
  • Malissa

    Technician Assistant
    A technician assistant is the entry-level position for most individuals who would like to become a technician or a veterinarian. An assistant is not required to take an exam for accreditation or have any college background, though a high school diploma or GED is usually a prerequisite.
  • Derek

    Veterinary Assistant
    Years in Practice:
    Sep 21, 2016
  • Jennifer

    Kennel Staff

    Jennifer is a kennel tech who has been with CVC since April of 2011. She loves attending to the animals that board with us and playing with all the energetic daycare groups. Jennifer believes that being able to provide comfort for those pets that are away from their parents is one of the most rewarding opportunities. She has a manifold of pets which include: Oreo and Bogey the Shih-Tzu’s, Mikey the Chihuahua, Kamrin the Border Collie, Bellbell, Groucho, Ruby, Kitten, Black Cat, Mittens, Chip, Highrise, Super, Daisy, and Sam the cats, and Red Eye and Bubba the Guinea Pigs.
    Interests:
    Outside of work she enjoys being outdoors and watching movies.
  • Melissa

    Kennel Staff

    Melissa is a kennel tech who has been with CVC since July of 2016. She enjoys working at CVC because it allows her to interact with a variety of animals and their parents, and feels that there is a great sense of pride when you are given the opportunity to care for and love on someone’s pet and give them the reassurance of the animals well being and safety. Everyday is a new challenge that allows 
    for a chance to learn something new with the humbling experience to grow and love all of our clients; especially snuggling with all the puppies! When Melissa is not working, she She has two Boxers named Lucy and Juno.
    Interests:
    enjoys traveling to as many TN VOLS football games as possible, being outdoors, kayaking, and spending time with her son.