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We are conveniently located adjacent to Suwanee Town Center in the Suwanee Day Centre off of Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road.  Dr. Alida Baroco, owner and veterinarian of Town Center Animal Clinic, has over 18 years of veterinarian experience and over twenty-five years of animal experience.  She and her staff will strive to give you the care and time your pet deserves.  

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Dr. Alida Baroco's love of animals began at an early age. At age seven, she learned to ride and maintain horses at a local barn in the Atlanta suburbs. Her childhood love of animals led her to Berry College where she obtained a Bachelor's degree in Animal Science.  While in college, she adopted her first rescue dog "Lucy," who was full of love and companionship, and confirmed she was on the right path to pursue her passion in a career working with animals.  After college and before attending vet school, Dr. Baroco enjoyed working for small animal veterinarians and was a biological research field technician for the National Park Service.  In 2005, she graduated from the University of Georgia's College of Veterinary Medicine and has practiced in this area ever since.  She resides in Buford with her husband, Dallas, their son and daughter, and two rescue dogs, Mackey, and Nico.  Dr. Baroco is a current member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Georgia Veterinary Medical Association, and the Gwinnett County Veterinary Medical Association.  


Owner / Veterinarian 

Dr. Alida Baroco





Christi was born and raised in Georgia and currently resides in Sugar Hill with her four-legged children Petey, Mariah, Rosie , Cruz, and her newest rescues Manny & Juan Carlo.

Her first real job when she got her driver's license was working in the kennel at an animal clinic. From there she has worked in all aspects of animal care and loves being at the front desk greeting owners & pets! Her passion is with the toy breeds, mainly Chihuahuas. She currently has 6 but that number can vary because she rescues, fosters and does hospice for a couple of rescue groups with a focus on senior pets.


Mallory has always had a love for animals and was fostering kittens in need at a young age. She volunteered at shelters and worked in the kennels of an animal hospital during her highschool years. As an adult she has overseen the births and care for two litters of German Shepherd puppies and even kept one of them. Mallory has been a part of the TCAC family since 2016. She is always excited to work with animals and prides her self in customer service. She now resides in Braselton with her fiancé, two children, four big dogs, and three turtles. Though a lot of the time she is now working remotely, she loves any chance she gets to come work hands on with our patients and clients.

Kathryn was born and raised in Georgia. Ever since she was young, she has loved animals of all shapes and sizes. She is currently in school to become a Registered Veterinary Technician. She has been working with animals for over 8 years. Of course any day is a good day when Kathryn gets to see dogs, especially golden retrievers. In her free time she enjoys watching sports, cooking, and spending time with family. Kathryn has 2 dogs of her own, Sophie, and Rhett.


Penny is a lifelong Georgian and has resided in Gwinnett County most of her life.  Penny has worked in animal hospitals for the last 20 years and loves it!  She completed a year of distance education technician training through AAHA with Cedar Valley College in 2004 and in March 2013, she earned her AVA accreditation from the National Veterinary Technicians Association. Penny's has a special interest in feline medicine, as she loves all cats, big and small.  She has nursed many bottle fed kittens over the years, some with special needs, including a three-legged cat she took in as a stray.  She is the proud mom of a rescue Bengal cat Linde.

Receptionist / Vet assistant:

Mallory Gant


Vet Technician: 

Penny Henry 


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Vet Technician: 

Kathryn Fleming 


For as long as Courtney can remember, she has always felt this unexplainable connection with animals.  So much so, in fact, that she knew from an early age she would be making a career out of this passion. Courtney graduated from Georgia Gwinnett College in December 2020 with her Bachelor’s degree in Biology with a concentration in Biochemistry. She plans on continuing her education at veterinary school where she can achieve her lifelong dream of becoming a veterinarian.

Vet  Assistant: 

Courtney Walters


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