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Dr. Camara Carter DVM

Hi! My name is Dr. Camara Carter.

I am the proud founder of PeacefulPaw Transitions. I grew up here in the wonderful state of Georgia. I received my undergraduate degree in Environmental Science and Public Health at Harvard University. After that I returned to my home state of Georgia to pursue my veterinary degree at the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine. This experience provided a strong foundation for me to be able to practice my passion. After my schooling, I completed a small animal rotating internship at one of the busiest veterinary hospitals in the country, Blue Pearl Veterinary Services.

I now work as an Emergency veterinarian and perform euthanasia services for very sick animals regularly. I also experience the fast paced environment of a veterinary ER. While efficient, I realized that many of my patients and their loved ones could have a more comfortable transition process, something that I would have liked to experience with the passing of my own beloved pets.

I not only wanted to offer professional in-home euthanasia services that allow families to be in a familiar, comfortable environment, but to also create an atmosphere that supports a tranquil, peaceful energy. Thus, PeacefulPaw Transitions was born.

Outside of my profession, I love enjoying what life has to offer. I enjoy traveling, bowling, hiking, spending time in nature, finding new adventures (such as mountain biking), and spending time with my wonderful family. I bring my passion and joy of life into work with me everyday so that I can share it with my patients and their human companions! Dr. Camara is the proud human of her furkitten -- Gaia -- a beautiful white bengal. 

This is a picture of Dr. Camara Carter, the lead veterinarian and founder of PeacefulPaw Transitions

The Euthanasia Team



Vet Technician

Israel was born in Mexico City, where he discovered his love for animals. With a passion for health and wellness, he attended college initially for food science, and after a year he decided to study and recieve his degree in medical laboratory technology. Israel decided to apply those skills to the well-being of animals. 

Israel has over 22 years of experience working in the ER and with exotic animals. He also loves to trave, hike, and enjoy a good margarita on his days off!

Austin, one of our vet technicians


Vet Technician

Originally from New Jersey, Austin moved to Georgia after the 9/11 devastation. He then attended Rutgers University where he studied animal science.


Since moving back to Georgia in 2008, Austin has been working at a vet tech. Known in the vet community for emergency and specialty tech work wildlife rehabilitation relief and training.

His goal is to make every transition as peaceful as possible and guide the owners with their pets in transitioning.



Vet Technician

Brittney comes to us with 16 years of experience, including multiple departments such as ER/ICU, surgery, IM, and Oncology.



Although she doesn't have any pets of her own, she does pet sitting and dog walking in her spare time so that she's never without a furry friend to cuddle. Brittney is the "cool mom" to her teenage son.

Keta, one of our technicians


Vet Technician

Keta has been working in veterinary medicine for over 17 years. She attended the University of Nevada Las Vegas as a Biology major and also received a degree in Veterinary Technology at the College of Southern Nevada. She then moved to Chesterton, Indiana where she helped organize an in-home euthanasia company.While living in the state of Indiana, Keta obtained certification in the state of Illinois as a Certified Euthanasia Technician.

Keta knew from a young age that she wanted to work in veterinary medicine, and love my career!

Her veterinary interests include general practice, emergency medicine and specialty medicine.

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