Fulton Clinic Director Belinda hugging a very large shelter dog.

Belinda Bell

Director of Animal Care, Fulton County Animal Services

Belinda Bell received a degree in Animal Science from the University of Georgia and has 29 years of animal welfare experience. She also has an extensive background in rescue that includes serving as a first responder, a canine search and rescue handler and a volunteer firefighter.

Belinda joined LifeLine Animal Project in 2014 as Clinic Manager for Fulton County Animal Services and is now Director of Animal Care. In addition to caring for the animals, she provides critical support to the clinic, animal care and behavior teams.

Belinda says that improving the lives of both animals and people continues to be her lifelong goal. She feels privileged to be part of the brilliant LifeLine team and to continue to witness change in animal welfare that supports animals and their people. Belinda’s family includes her husband, two amazing daughters and her crew of 28(!) animals: 11 dogs, 4 cats, 4 goats, 3 chickens, 1 pig, 2 donkeys, 2 cows and 1 horse.