Renai Mansel, DVM
Dr. Renai attended Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia and then Mississippi State University. She received her Bachelor of Science in Biology in 1994. She was accepted into the College of Veterinary Medicine and received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1998.
Following graduation from vet school, Dr. Mansel accepted a veterinary position in Memphis, Tennessee and has worked in Memphis ever since then. In 2002, Dr. Mansel joined Cloverleaf Animal Clinic as a part time veterinarian and then in May of 2005 as a full time veterinarian.
Her special interests are renal disease, geriatric problems, and internal medicine. In her spare time, she enjoys raising her two daughters and playing soccer.
Chelsea Boutwell, DVM
Chelsea is our newest addition to the Cloverleaf family. Originally from Mississippi, she began her career as a Certified Veterinary Technologist in 2013 with a bachelor's degree from Mississippi State University. She worked as an emergency medicine and critical care technician for a few years before continuing her education at the University of Missouri where she graduated as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2019. She worked as a small animal veterinarian in Castle Rock, Colorado for a year and a half prior to joining us!
Chelsea's interests include small animal and pocket pet preventative care, dentistry, and soft tissue surgery. However, her strongest passion is nurturing the human-animal bond through client education and a high standard of care!
Some of Chelsea's hobbies include DIY arts and carts, playing any kind of card/board games, fishing, spending time with family, and exploring new places! While new to the area, she looks forward to all of the adventures Tennessee has to offer! Chelsea shares her life with her travel buddy, a Havanese named Peejay, and her furry feline friends, Doc, Jafar, Purrkinje, and Aurora!
Ali Reeves Smith, DVM
A Memphis native, Dr. Smith graduated from St. Mary's Episcopal School in 1990, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Richmond in 1994, and graduated with a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from University of Tennessee Collage of Veterinary medicine in 1999. Dr. Smith has worked in the Memphis area, in middle Tennessee, and in Northeast Ohio since becoming a small animal veterinarian. In her work, she enjoys preventative, client education, dermatology, ophthalmology, and pain management. At home, she loves being with her son and their older cat, Purr Bucket.