Animal Care Center of Mobile, Inc

5502 Old Shell Road
Mobile, AL 36608


Tracy Hewett, Office Manager 

Tracy has been with the ACC since August of 1997. She began working for Dr. Knight as a technician. She later became a groomer and was soon promoted to office manager. With 20 years' experience working with our clients and patients, Tracy is invaluable to the ACC as a manager and staff member.

Tracy has a 24-year-old son, Zane, who recently graduated from South Alabama with a bachelor's degree in biology. She lives in Mobile with her husband, Rodney, and their 2 dogs, 3 cats, and 7 chickens. When she's not at the office, she likes to spend as much time as possible outside and at the beach. At home she enjoys gardening, cooking, and canning.

Jessica Barnette, Technician

Jessica joined the ACC team in February of 2016. She was born in Tennessee and moved to Mobile when she was 12. Jessica started working as a vet tech shortly after graduating from Saraland High School.

At home, Jessica takes care of her two beloved poodle mixes, Coco and Tate. She is very creative and enjoys gardening and painting in her free time.

Ryane Buck, Receptionist

Ryane has been with the ACC since November of 2016. A native of Mobile, Ryane brought pets to Dr. Knight for many years before becoming part of the team. She has a cat named Hobo and an 8-year-old rabbit named Bunny, and she also helps love and care for her housemates' dogs and cats. Though more of a cat (and rabbit) person, she loves dogs too, especially large breeds.

Ryane got her degree in foreign languages at South Alabama in 2013. She has studied and worked in Germany and Russia, and returned to Mobile in 2015 to spend time with friends and family. Currently she uses her language skills as a freelance translator.

Angie Mullins, Kennel Technician

Angie began working with the ACC in February of 2017. She is from California, but lived and worked all over the world while she served in the U.S. Navy as a weapons instructor. Her first deployment took her to multiple countries and continents, while her second deployment was a year-long assignment in Africa. Since then, Angie has lived in Mobile for 3 years, and is currently attending South Alabama to get her degree in nursing.

Angie loves dogs and has 3 of them - Zoey, a chihuahua, Zira, a siberian husky, and Zoro, a pit bull. She is a member of Mobile's women's roller derby team and spends a lot of her time training, playing in matches, and doing charity work with her teammates. She also enjoys hiking and going to the beach.