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Meet Our Experienced Veterinarians and Staff

Veterinarians in Roswell: Puppy Chews on Other Puppy's Ear

Our team may be small but our experience is mighty! Our doctors have spent years in the veterinary field and have developed their own personal brand of medical care that serves pets and their parents as the individuals they are. Similarly, our support staff are all veterans in their fields, from our professional groomer to our hospital manager and support staff. Learn more about us by reading on and don't hesitate to stop in and meet us yourself!

Meet the Doctors


Dr. Jennifer Trujillo, DVM

Veterinary medicine and animals have always been a passion for me, and I am so fortunate to have had the support needed to make it into a career! Growing up in Michigan, I was the kind of child who was always bringing home some kind of sick or injured animal to take care of. I was lucky to have parents who are also animal lovers, and who allowed me to cultivate my passion.

After spending a few years as a chemist, those early experiences ultimately led me to veterinary school at North Carolina State University. After graduating in 2007 I have had the opportunity to work at several excellent hospitals where I have been able to expand my medical knowledge. In 2018, I decided to strike on my own and opened Roswell Veterinary Associates so I can offer the kind of high quality and personalized veterinary care that I am passionate about.

The core principle that we founded Roswell Veterinary Associates on is the basic idea of truly serving the needs of our clients and their pets to the best of our ability. I opened the practice in 2018 to provide the client experience and connections that I so value using the most advanced technology, medicine, and surgical procedures.

I am a strong believer in preventative medicine which encompasses diet and nutrition, health screening, and dental care. I have worked hard to build a team of dedicated professionals who are aligned with my goals and vision.

Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with my three children and husband. We can often be found across the street at Leita Thompson park fishing or hiking. Our family also includes Eloise, a Dogue de Bordeaux, and our tabby cat Pepper.


Dr. Bailey Wood, DVM

Dr. Bailey C. Wood was born and raised in the Atlanta area and couldn’t wait to get back here after Vet School. She attended Auburn University for both her Bachelor’s of Science in Zoology and her Master’s of Science in Animal Behavior. She took her love of orange schools with crimson rivals to Oklahoma State where she attended veterinary school and graduated in 2012. Dr. Wood loves all aspects of preventative medicine and client communication. Being on the same page with owners about diagnosis and treatment are essential to her. She also loves dentistry and soft tissue surgery.

In her free time, Dr. Wood loves spending time with her family- which grew by 2 feet in April 2017 with sweet Rylie and again in May 2019 with loving Logan, watching movies, and of course cheering on her Auburn Tigers. Her beloved fur kids include 1 cat: Cali (short for Caliente- a spicy personality), and ‘The Boys’- Rowdi the Rottie and Moose the Mastiff.


Dr. Lillian Greener, DVM

Dr. Greener moved to Roswell in July and has loved getting to know the community here! Originally from Middletown, Delaware, she graduated from the University of Delaware with a degree in Animal Biosciences and a minor in Theatre. She completed her Veterinary Education at UGA College of Veterinary Medicine.

Originally wanting to go to school for human medicine, with a goal of working in pediatric oncology, veterinary medicine sort of found her one summer in college when she helped a friend's dad (who happened to be our local vet) with a late-night C-section on a bulldog. She fell in love with vet medicine because it was such a tangible way to support and care for people. She is passionate about preventative care, nutrition, client education, and aging and end of life care.

Outside of work, Dr. Greener spend time with her partner, Mike, and their three dogs - Sawyer, Milledge (Millie), and Tropicalia (Cali). They love finding new hiking spots with their pups and cheering on the beloved Georgia Bulldogs. In her free time, she loves to run, travel, read, and see live theatre as much as possible!

Meet the Support Staff


Lori Ainsley, Hospital Administrator

Lori was born in New York and raised in Chicago. For 29 years, she sang professionally on and off at private functions, on cruise ships, and in casinos and clubs. In between her singing, she discovered her passion for animals. In 1995, she started working in the veterinary field.

Lori has an in-depth perspective of veterinary hospitals, having worked several different positions starting at reception and working up to Front Office Manager and Administrative Assistant.  She is currently taking college courses to complete her Undergraduate Certificate in Veterinary Hospital Management. Lori is married with one son and 5 amazing cats. She is very excited to bring her 26-years of veterinary experience to RVA to help grow the veterinary practice while providing excellent medical care for all your fur-babies.


Michelle Vickers, Veterinary Assistant

Michelle was born and raised in Acworth, Georgia and lives in Woodstock with her husband and two sons.

She has been in the animal-service industry since 2005 and is working on her degree as a Registered Veterinary Technician. Michelle holds special interest in client education, surgery and helping aggressive pets have a  fear-free experience.

In her free time, she enjoys hiking, traveling, being crafty and spending time with her family and her pets.  She has a boxer named Princess Ashlee, her French Bulldog - Dax, and a bearded dragon.


 Erica Moore, Veterinary Assistant

Erica comes to us with a background of veterinary emergency medicine.  She loves what she does and makes sure everyone knows it with her infectious smile and personality.  Most lunch times, you can find her taking a nap with her pittie, Athena, while her cat, Loki waits for them to get home.


 Jaquelyn Armstrong, Veterinary Assistant

Jacquelyn (affectionately known as ‘Jax’) spent the majority of her life in California until she decided to pick up and move east.  She comes to RVA with a lot of experience, including special Ultrasound and Laser training. When she’s not working, she loves curling up with her two dogs, Gidget and Tex, and her two cats, Crowley and Paisley.