Meet Our Veterinarians
Dr. Timothy Colbert
Dr. Timothy L. Colbert is a native of Orlando, Florida. Upon graduating from the University of Florida, he attended Veterinary School at Auburn University. In 1974 he received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree and re-located back to Orlando where he was in practice for 26 years. In April of 2002, Dr. Colbert and his wife, Carol, moved to the Birmingham area to be closer to their five daughters. Upon moving, Dr. Colbert purchased a clinic in the Southside area of Birmingham, Lakeview Pet Wellness Center. In August of 2003, he opened Columbiana Road Pet Wellness Center. Dr. Colbert is a member of AVMA, AAHA, the Vestavia Hills Chamber of Commerce, and the Vestavia Hills Rotary Club. He is actively involved in Hand in Paw, an affiliate of the Delta Society, and he is an officer in the Jefferson County Veterinary Medical Association. He and his family are members of Shades Mountain Baptist Church. In his spare time, Dr. Colbert enjoys cycling, flying radio controlled airplanes and is an avid tennis player.
Dr. Kylie Harmon
Fear Free Certified
Dr. Harmon is originally from Mathews, AL where she grew up caring for dogs, cats, horses, cows, and goats. She received her B.S. Degree in Biology from Samford University where she played softball. She graduated from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine with honors in 2014. Upon graduation, she practiced at a predominately small animal clinic for 6 years before joining the Pet Wellness Animal Hospital team. Dr. Harmon believes animals truly bring the best out in people and loves talking to people about their pets. Her professional interests include internal medicine and soft tissue surgery. In her free time, she enjoys playing sports, being outdoors, visiting Universal Studios, and spending time with her three legged cat, Olive.
Dr. Paul Bronold
Fear Free Certified
Dr. Bronold is a 2006 graduate of Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine. He practiced emergency medicine in Nashville for 2 years before joining the Animal Medical Center Family in April 2011. He has 2 dogs who keep him very busy – a French Bulldog named Bruiser and a Boxer named Harley. He loves Auburn football but has learned to say “Roll Tide.”