Mirror Lake Animal HospitalThe vets and staff at Mirror Lake Animal Hospital are committed to improving their patients’ quality of life through an emphasis on preventive medicine, client education and compassionate high quality veterinary care.  Our mission is to maintain the highest standard of care for our patients.  We believe that this means:
• Serving our clients in a courteous, professional and kind manner
• Providing the highest level of veterinary expertise and experience
• Involving our clients in a lifelong health care plan for their animal companions
• Minimizing stress and discomfort of patients at all times during veterinary procedures


At Mirror Lake Animal Hospital we understand the special role your pet plays in your family and we are dedicated to becoming your partner in your pet’s health care.


About Us

Dr. Amy Harper

Dr. Harper is a native of the west Georgia area. She attended the University of Georgia, graduating with a B.S. in Biology in 1997 and went on to the University of Georgia School of Veterinary Medicine where she received her D.V.M. in 2001. Dr. Harper completed her internship in Small Animal Surgery and Medicine at Veterinary Specialists of Northern Colorado in Loveland, CO. She has particular love for and expertise in treating geriatric animals. Dr. Harper makes her home in Carrollton with her dogs, all of whom were rescues.

About Us

Dr. Valerie McCullough

Having grown up in Villa Rica, Dr. McCullough is happy living the small town life. She and her husband, Aaron, graduated from Villa Rica High School, and their families have lived here for generations. She believes that family is a treasure, and her pets are a part of her family. She has two young daughters, Ava and Marla, who may love animals more than their mommy.

Their other family members include:

  • Harley-an endearing Lab mix
  • Belle-a high energy Terrier mix
  • Shelby-the “Queen” of the house
  • Ray Ray-the talented hunter
  • Chance-the sweet rescue horse
  • Marion and Tuck-mother and son Pigmy goats
  • A few chickens

Dr. McCullough received her Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of West Georgia, and she received her Doctorate from Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. She has been serving families as an associate veterinarian in the West Georgia area since graduation.