Our Doctors

Dr. Alex Greenberg


Originally from Tallahassee, FL, Dr. Greenberg received his BSA in Animal Science from the University of Georgia in 1999 and graduated with his DVM in 2003. Dr. Greenberg practices mixed animal and surgery at the hospital with the special interest in small animal surgery. Since coming to the practice, he has attended many post graduate courses in veterinary orthopedics including the AO internal fixation and advanced fracture management course series. He enjoys working for the communities we serve and guiding the practice over the years as it has grown to serve the growing needs of our clients and patients. He has been married to his wife Mya, a local dentist, since 2001 and they have three children (Olivia, Gabe, and Ben), 2 cats and their Great Dane named “Sir”. His hobbies include playing music, fishing, and attending their children’s many athletic events.

Dr. Elizabeth Kidd


Dr. Elizabeth Kidd grew up on a farm in Thomas county. Since she was a little girl, her dream was to be a veterinarian. She completed her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Georgia in 2009. Along with small medicine and surgery, her professional interests include small ruminant and food animal medicine. Dr. Kidd and her husband, Bryan, have two awesome children, Luke and Lily, as well as four dogs, six cats, and a goat herd. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, playing with the kids (including the 4-legged ones), watching UGA football and shopping.

Dr. Bo Curles


Dr. Bo Curles grew up just north of here on a row crop/livestock farm in the small community of Cotton, Georgia in Mitchell County. He is a graduate of ABAC, The University of Georgia of Animal Science, and a 1989 graduate of the UGA College of Veterinary Medicine.

He began is veterinarian career in Cairo with Dr. Graham and Maddox before opening and operating Curles Veterinary Clinic in his home town where he ran a successful solo, mixed animal practice until 2011. After serving on and off doing short term missions with Christian Veterinary Missions and working as the Program Director and helping to establish the Veterinary Technology Program at Southern Regional College in Thomasville he returned to his true love, serving the local area as a mixed animal practitioner with Cairo Animal Hospital and Mitchell County Animal Clinic.

He now lives in Cotton. He has 3 children, Kristin Curles Baggett, Doug Curles, and Jackson Curles. Kristin blessed him last year with his first grandchild, Griffin. His Hobbies include hunting, fishing, and beekeeping, but his biggest joy is spending time with his family and friends.