Rehm Animal Clinics are full service veterinary clinics with four locations in the Mobile/ Baldwin County area. We were established in 1983 by Dr. Chris Rehm. He was joined by his brother, Dr. Mike Rehm, and Dr. Fox Metcalf. Dr. Fox passed away in 2015, but his memory lives on in our team's heart. Dr. Caroline Hassell, daughter of Dr. Mike Rehm, joined the practice in 2009.
Dr. Bryant and Dr. Carney, both Mississippi State grads, joined our team in 2013 and 2015. In 2016, Dr. Alex Brasher joined us. Each of them bringing their own ideas and techniques to enrich the practice and advance our veterinary care.
In 2021, three more Rehm kids (Dr. Mandy Rehm, Dr. Barry Rehm and Dr. Mary Rehm) joined the family practice as veterinarians. They have been a welcome addition to the team and have helped to teach the old dogs new tricks.
Over the years, the RAC family continued to grow and their mission has stayed the same. Rehm Animal Clinic seeks to improve the quality of life of pet patients thru compassionate care. At Rehm Animal Clinics we are focused on high quality pet health care. Each of our locations are accredited with the highest standards by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA).
Chris Rehm, DVM
Dr. Chris received his DVM from Auburn University in 1982. He founded Rehm Animal Clinics in 1983. He has served on the Advisory Council of Virbac Animal Health and as president of the American Heartworm Society. He is a member of the Mobile, Alabama and American Veterinary Medical Associations. Dr. Chris loves to enjoy life on the Gulf Coast when he is not in the clinic and he is an active member in the Catholic Church. He is also a member of the Knights of Columbus and Men of St. Joseph. Dr. Chris is passionate about preventative medicine and nutrition. He enjoys counseling clients on their pet's wellness. He has a special interest in ophthalmology. He is currently seeing appointments at our Hillcrest and Tillman's Corner locations. You can also catch Dr. Chris on Thursdays on WKRG Talking About Your Pet.
Mike Rehm, DVM
Dr. Michael Rehm earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 1985 from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Auburn University. Dr. Mike is an active member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, American Animal Hospital Association, ALVMA and the MBVMA. Dr. Mike is the past president of the Mobile-Baldwin Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Mike is active in all aspects of small animal medicine, surgery and dentistry but he also has a special interest in ultrasound and internal medicine. Each summer, he spends two weeks in Alaska practicing veterinary medicine in the Skagway community. He has been married to his wife, Mary Anne, for 35 years. When he is not in the clinic, he is spending time with his eight children or watching Auburn football. He sees patients at our Hillcrest location and you can catch him on WKRG Talking About Your Pet.
Caroline Hassell, DVM
Partner, Vice President
Dr. Caroline Rehm Hassell grew up in Mobile working at Rehm Animal Clinic after school and during summer break. In 2009, she graduated Summa Cum Laude from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine. Her and her husband love living close to the Gulf Coast with their two human-kids and dog-kid (Batman). She loves food, music and Dobermans. Dr. Hassell is passionate about veterinary medicine and still considers it her dream job to play with pets all day. Dr. Hassell is the head of operations for all four locations. She sees patients at our Loxley office.
Bryant Anderson, DVM
Veterinarian, Partner, Saraland
Raised in Raymond, MS, Dr. Anderson graduated from Mississippi State College of Veterinary Medicine in 2008. He also received his Bachelors of Animal Science and Masters of Agribusiness Management from MSU. He has worked in small and large animal practices in Alabama and Mississippi. Dr. Anderson's areas of interest include internal medicine, endocrine diseases and canine heartworm disease. He joined Rehm Animal Clinic in 2013, but he became part of the family when he married Dr. Mike Rehm's niece in 2018. Dr. Anderson's leisure time is usually spent enjoying the outdoors, being a dad or watching Mississippi State sports.
Jennifer Carney, DVM
Veterinarian, Partner, Tillman's Corner
Dr. Jennifer Carney earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2014 from Mississippi State University's College of Veterinary Medicine. She also received her Bachelors from MSU in 2007 for Animal and Dairy Sciences. Dr. Carney is an active member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Alabama Veterinary Medical Association, and Mobile Veterinary Medical Association. Her special interests include internal medicine, preventative care, and hospice care. She enjoys bonding with her patients and their owners and values their lifelong connections. Dr. Carney is a native of Mobile and enjoys spending time with her husband, their two daughters, and their farm full of all types of animals. Dr. Carney's other interests include boating, and dirt track races. She loves all of her patients, but especially loves Cocker Spaniels.
Alexandra Brasher, DVM
Veterinarian, Hillcrest Rd
Dr. Alex is a Mobile native and a graduate of Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine. Her veterinary experience is predominately in critical care and primary health care. Dr. Alex performs veterinary acupuncture for treatment of chronic pain and illness. Dr. Alex is passionate about pets and enjoys getting to know her clients and patients. She is available for appointments at our Hillcrest Road location. Dr. Alex loves spending her time outside of work with her furbabies, Tucker & Bailey.
Mandy Rehm, DVM
Dr. Rehm sees patients at our Timber Run location in Loxley.
Barry Rehm, DVM
Veterinarian, Hillcrest Rd
Dr. Barry graduated from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2017. He completed a rotating internship at VCA in Aurora, IL in 2019 and a surgical internship at Dallas Veterinary Surgical Center in Texas in 2019. His interests include orthopedic and soft tissue surgery. When he is not in the operating room, he is watching the Saints or Auburn football. He is also a Comicon junkie and avid video game enthusiast. Dr. Rehm sees patients at our Hillcrest Road location.
Mary Eves, DVM
Veterinarian, Hillcrest Rd
Dr. Mary Rehm Eves attended Auburn University to obtain her bachelors of science in Organismal Biology as well as her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. During her time at Auburn University she served as the social and wellness chair for the Auburn chapter of the Student American Veterinary Medical Association, the liaison of the American Heartworm Society, and the fundraising chair for One Health. She also started CAREing paws, an organization that aided in the training and visitation of therapy dogs in the local community. While in vet school she married her high school sweet heart and became a mom of two wonderful children. After graduating from the AUCVM in 2021, they moved to California, where she worked as an emergency and critical care doctor. She is so glad to be back home and working with family at Rehm Animal Clinic. Her passions include the human animal bond, loving on all her patients, teaching kids about veterinary medicine, surgery, working up tough cases, fixing chronic problems, and helping her patients and clients however she can. She aspires to continue to grow as a doctor, coworker, mother, sister, daughter, friend, and human. When she isn’t working she is likely spending time with her family, taking care of their 3 dogs and 2 cats, hiking, at the beach, jogging, at Disney world, showing her kids how science is cool, or traveling with her husband.
Kayla Coffey, DVM
Kayla Coffey graduated from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2020. After graduation, she spent several years practicing in a small animal general practice/urgent care clinic in Montgomery, AL. After the birth of her daughter in 2023, she and her husband decided to move back to the Mobile area to be closer to family. Since being in practice, she has developed a love for senior animals and a passion for helping owners maintain an appropriate quality of life for their pets. She also values strong, trusting relationships both with her clients and her colleagues.
Merilee Holland MS, DACVR, DVM
Dr. Holland earned her DVM from Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 1985, and earned a Master’s Degree from Mississippi State University in 1991. She completed a four-year residency in radiology at Mississippi State University. She earned Diplomate status from the American College of Veterinary Radiology in 1991. She has a deep compassion for all animals and focuses on a fear free approach to ultrasound. Dr. Holland sees patients the first Friday and Saturday of each month at the Hillcrest location.