Meet Our Doctors

Our veterinarians have dedicated their lives to provide your pet with the high-quality care they deserve. Meet our team of extraordinary doctors!

Photo of Dr. Roosevelt A. Albert, III

Dr. Roosevelt A. Albert, III

Dr. Ted Albert graduated from Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 1995. Upon graduation, he opened South College Veterinary Clinic and has been serving our community ever since.

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Outside of the clinic, Dr. Albert lives on Lake Martin and spends his days with his dogs, Ella and Macks.

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Dr. Kendall N.S. Helbert

Originally from southwest Virginia, Dr. Kendall N.S. Helbert has called Auburn home since 2012. She obtained her Bachelor’s of Animal Science from Auburn University and went on to graduate with her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2022.

Dr. Kendall is available for small animal general and preventive services. Her special interests include soft tissue surgery, dermatology, and dentistry.

When she’s not at the clinic, Dr. Kendall stays busy with her dogs Layla Mae and Flynn plus her cat Dutch. You may also catch her cheering on her favorite team at all Auburn sporting events. War Eagle!

Our Hospital

Ever since we opened in 1996, South College Veterinary Clinic has been providing families and their beloved pets in the Auburn area with compassionate veterinary care.

We offer a wide range of comprehensive veterinary services to keep your pets happy and healthy, from wellness care and parasite prevention to dental care and internal medicine. We are a full-service animal clinic dedicated to your pets.

Our mission is to offer the highest quality of care in all stages of an animal’s life, ensuring healthy growth, promoting their well-being, and alleviating illnesses.

Community Partners

In our efforts to give back to the community of Auburn, South College Veterinary Clinic has partnered with the Lee County Humane Society in their fight to end the overpopulation of dogs and cats in the area.

Our doctors provide general care, pre-adoption spaying and neutering and oftentimes additional services to help those pets who need a little extra care to get them adoption ready.

Lee County Humane Society

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