Meet the Veterinarians of Our Stone Mountain Location

Our vets know their stuff, and they love to share their knowledge, too. As a client of The Village Vets of Stone Mountain, you can expect to be in-the-know about your pet’s health, because an educated owner is a better owner. You can meet our team of veterinarians below or stop into our animal hospital to meet them yourself!

Veterinarians in Stone Mountain: Vets Taking Selfie

A team with over of combined experience:

Dr. Françoise Tyler

Since 2000

"Dr. Fran" Tyler is an Atlanta native and a 1984 Woodward Academy graduate. She attended University of George (UGA) and then Tuskegee University for her DVM (received in 1991). Before moving back to Atlanta, she completed a small animal internship at UGA. She loves dermatology, internal medicine, and exotic animal medicine.

Dr. Tyler has been ranked as a FIVE STAR Veterinarian in the Atlanta magazine– which only 7% of the veterinarians in the metro Atlanta area have received (one of which is her husband, Dr. Draper!)

Dr. Tyler and Dr. Draper have four children, David, Tyler, Gabrielle, and Olivia; three dogs, Max, Frank, and Louie; and two cats, Zig-Zag and Charlemagne.

Dr. Carrie McColgan

Since 2010

Dr. Carrie McColgan grew up in Memphis, TN, graduated from Davidson College in 1995, and received her DVM from the University of Georgia in 2003. In addition to medicine and surgery, her interests include international veterinary medicine and welfare issues of working animals in developing countries. As of January 2018, Dr. McColgan is the Director of Project Samana Inc., a nonprofit veterinary education and outreach service in the Caribbean and Latin America.

Dr. McColgan and her husband, Mike Wsol, an artist, live in Lilburn and have two children, Vivian and Fineas. They also have two cats, John and Glitter Glamour ("Gigi"), and an English Bulldog named Hugo.

Dr. Amanda Irish

Since 2010

Dr. Amanda Irish grew up in Augusta, GA where she began her veterinary career as a technician. She graduated from the University of Georgia in 2005, and then from Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2010. Her interests include internal medicine, ultrasonography, and oncology.

Dr. Irish's hobbies include baking, scrapbooking, reading, working on cars, and traveling. She and her husband, Mel, have two cats, Lou Lou and Gus Gus, and a pit mix, Ellie.

Dr. Brandi Flanagan

Since 2016

Dr. Brandi Flanagan grew up in Macon, Georgia and attended Georgia Tech for her undergraduate studies. Before becoming a vet, Dr. Flanagan worked as an architect designing homes in the Atlanta area. Her love for animals and passion for science, however, led her to pursue her DVM which she received from the University of Georgia. Dr. Flanagan loves helping animals feel better and live longer, healthier lives. Her special interests include ultrasound, surgery, and oncology.

In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, kayaking, camping, cooking and spending time with her dog, Bisous, and her two kitties, Rocket and Luca.

Dr. Samantha Roberts

Since 2017

Dr. Samantha Roberts grew up on a sheep farm in the small town of Purcellville, Virginia. She moved to Atlanta in 2004 and received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography in 2007. She later attended Georgia Tech for her pre-vet undergraduate studies, where she also started Tech’s Pre-Vet Club. Dr. Roberts graduated Magna cum Laude from University of Georgia’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2017. Her veterinary interests include clinical pathology, radiology, and dermatology.

Dr. Roberts and her husband Dan, live in Chamblee with their daughter, Olivia, and son, Benjamin. Her personal interests include running, art, photography, and spending time with her family.

Dr. Will Draper

Since 2000

“Dr. Will” grew up in Inglewood, California. He attended Tuskegee University (4th generation) for both undergraduate and veterinary medical studies and received his DVM in 1991. He moved to Atlanta in 1992 and founded The Village Vets in 2000 with his wife, Dr. Françoise Tyler. His special veterinary interests include dermatology, internal medicine, and surgery.

He’s well-known in the Atlanta area as one of the best vets around and has received a number of accolades including being ranked as a FIVE STAR veterinarian in the Atlanta magazine—an honor bestowed to only 7% of the veterinarians in the metro Atlanta area.

He and his wife have four children: David, Tyler, Gabrielle, and Olivia; four dogs, Max, Louie, and Frank; and two cats, Zig-Zag and Charlemagne.

The Village Vets – Stone Mountain

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