our Mission

Christine enjoys coaching veterinary team members so they have the knowledge and confidence to perform well and provide excellent care and service, identifying and addressing "opportunities", and enhancing the overall veterinary experience for practice owners, team members, patients, and pet parents. She places a strong emphasis on culture and leadership, communication, and protocols and efficiency. She is an active member of the Veterinary Hospital Managers Association and the Georgia Veterinary Managers Association.

Christine lives in Georgia with her husband, Barry, and their happy brood of dogs and cats. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, gardening, SUP boarding, and riding roller coasters and motorcycles. She is an avid fan of blues and classic rock music and anything else that moves her soul.

  • ‚ÄčBecome an invaluable and trusted resource for clients by providing coaching in excellence, improving communication, and building a healthy, enjoyable, and productive culture

  • Develop team of leaders who find innovative ways to improve or enhance veterinary patient care and the pet owner experience

  • Identify opportunities and develop strategic plans that lead to improved efficiency and increased revenue


Creating an environment where improving patient care and the client experience is the ultimate mission and can be realized.

Incorporating your vision, mission, and core values into daily veterinary practice standards and operations

Focusing On:

Our Hours:


Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Developing teams of leaders through planning and goal setting, time management, and improved communication.

Contact Us:


Scarborough Veterinary Consulting
1252 Heritage Drive, Villa Rica, GA 30180

Streamlining systems and processes

Christine has been involved in the veterinary field for over 20 years. She became a registered veterinary technician after earning her A.S. degree in veterinary technology in 1997 from St. Petersburg College.

Following graduation, Christine worked around the country in companion animal and emergency veterinary practices. In 2002, she became the program director and an instructor for a new veterinary technology program in Utah. Christine and her team were responsible for developing the curriculum and adhering to both AVMA and USDA guidelines in order to become AVMA accredited. After moving to Georgia in 2006, Christine entered the field of hospital management and earned her CVPM in 2012. Deciding to venture out on her own, she left private practice and started Scarborough Veterinary Consulting in 2015.

About Christine Scarborough