Georgia Equine Veterinary Services Team

Our Team
We recognize that all members of our staff contribute to the well-being of every client and patient. Georgia Equine Veterinary Services commits to providing you a team that works together to meet your needs in an environment of respect and warmth. Our outlook is a positive one, regarding our profession, programs and people. We also understand and believe in the importance of including your other horse care professionals in providing for total horse well-being.

Dr. Laura DuVall Molony– Practice Owner and Veterinarian    
In 2011, Dr. Laura DuVall Molony opened her own veterinary practice, Georgia Equine Veterinary Services. She was formerly with Chattahoochee Equine where she was a founder, former owner and full partner for 14 years, beginning her career at an equine surgical center. Dr. DuVall received her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine where she concentrated on Equine Studies and received academic and clinical awards and recognition.

Dr. DuVall  attended the Georgia Institute of Technology and holds a Bachelor of Science. After completing her undergraduate studies, she worked as assistant trainer for international Event trainer Jim Graham. Dr. DuVall grew up in Columbus, Georgia, competitively riding in 3-day eventing by age 12.

Dr. DuVall pursues a number of hobbies including competing in the jumper ring, fox hunting with Shakerag Hounds and training her Jack Russell Terrier dog, Reagan, for canine agility events.

On January 14th, 2012 Laura DuVall and Timothy Molony were married.  She will be going by the name Dr. Molony as clients and peers get use to her new name.

 Jacob T. Goodin, DVM  Diplomate  ACVS-LA – Surgeon

Dr. Goodin is a native of Elizabethtown, Ky., and received his veterinary medical degree from Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2006.  After graduation, he completed a one-year equine surgical internship at Hagyard Equine Medical Institute in Lexington, Ky., and a three-year equine surgical residency at the Morrie Waud Equine Clinic and the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine.  He has also achieved Diplomate status with the American College of Veterinary Surgeons.  Dr. Goodin enjoys all types of surgery but has a special interest in equine orthopedics and minimally invasive surgery, including arthroscopy and laparoscopy.

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Tim Molony  – Practice Owner and Vet Assistant  

Tim Molony hails from Eastern Iowa where he was raised on his family hog and cattle farm in Eastern Iowa. He served 23 years in the Active  U.S. Army, Tim served in Operation Desert Shield, Desert Storm and Iraqi Freedom. Tim continues to develop his skills and education as a veterinary assistant and regularly attends continuing education seminars. He enjoys bird hunting with his German Shorthaired Pointers, Jameson and Sox.

Christy Reeves –Front Office

Christy is a native Georgian born in Atlanta, at an early age of three she caught the equine “bug” from her mother, started riding at Yellow River Stables.  Christy rode on and off until she got married in 1998. Christy has worked in the local equine industry for over 15 years. She is an original charter member of the “Masters Saddlers Association of Certified Saddle fitters.  Christy obtained her license as a Small Mammals Wildlife Rehabilitator in 2010, specializing in Squirrels, (gray/flying), Chipmunks, Groundhogs and other “odd” species. She has also volunteered at AWARE wildlife center for 2 years.  If you ever stop by in the office she may have some of her “critters” with her at work. She is currently pursuing a degree as a Wildlife Biologist and hopes to finish her license as a Registered Pharmacy Technician.