Margaret Ferrell, DVM
Dr. Ferrell, a Birmingham native, began performing surgery at Alabama Spay/Neuter in 2010. She is the practice owner of Spay Neuter Veterinary Services, LLC. which provides all veterinary medical services for Alabama Spay Neuter Clinic.
She is a 2009 graduate from Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. She received specialized training from the Humane Alliance in Asheville, NC to perform High Quality, High Volume, Spay/Neuter (HQHVSN) techniques and enjoys sharing her knowledge with other veterinarians who are compassionate about ending animal overpopulation and euthanasia of healthy, homeless pets. She is very thankful to the Lord to be blessed to work with such amazing team members who share her passion.
She has been married to the man of her dreams, Clark, since 2002 and together they are raising 4 children – 3 girls and a boy. They share their home in North Shelby County with 4 rescued cats and a lovable black lab named Raven. Dr. Ferrell is a professed introvert who loves chocolate, cats, and great books. She is an active member at Lakeside Baptist Church where she plays French horn in the orchestra and co-leads a young marrieds Sunday School class.
Anna Smith, DVM
Dr. Smith finished her Bachelor's degree in Animal Science at Auburn University, where she also rode for the Auburn University Equestrian Team.
She graduated from the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2012 and worked as a mixed animal veterinarian for 11 years before pursuing her passion of soft-tissue surgery at Alabama Spay/Neuter in 2023.
Dr. Smith has been married to Joe for 16 years and they live on a farm in Fort Payne, AL. They share their farm with 8 dogs, 7 cats and 5 horses. Dr. Smith enjoys hiking with her dogs, trail riding with her husband, and riding reining horses and hopes to soon be active again in the world of equestrian competition. She is excited for this new opportunity to use her skills and training to decrease animal suffering and help make a positive impact to decrease pet overpopulation in our area.