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Veterinarians

 
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Gaill Counts, DVM ( Founder & Co-Owner)

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Angie Sherman, DVM

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Naomi Dean, DVM

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Dottie Diveley, DVM

Wesley Pattison, DVM

 

Registered Veterinary Technicians

 
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Tim Wells, RVT (Co-Owner)

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Stephanie Frederick, RVT

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Shae Cartee, RVT

Management

Cathy Stirckland (Office Manager)

Cathy Stirckland (Office Manager)

Wendy Bauer (Staff/HR Manager)

Wendy Bauer (Staff/HR Manager)

 
Jennifer Kelly (Billing Supervisor)

Jennifer Kelly (Billing Supervisor)

Terri Altman (Hospitalist/Technician Supervisor)

Terri Altman (Hospitalist/Technician Supervisor)

Karla McClary (IT Specialist)

Karla McClary (IT Specialist)

Grooming Services

 
 
Janice Cartee

Janice Cartee

 

 Animal Care

Brittany Deemer & Vicki Gable (Supervisors)

Christina Austin

Destiny Campbell

Erin Enz

Ariel Estep

Sarah Fyffe

Lexi Goddard

Autumn Griffith

Kelsey Howard

Macy Kiselak

Olivia Phipps

Ashley Phipps

Jacob Thompson

 Pet Aftercare

Caleb Wilburn (Director)

 Receptionists

Melissa Prise & Connie Risner (Supervisors)

Marsha Cooke

Michell Counts

Lisa Francis

Macy Kiselak

Jonny Kuzmic

Meghan Moore

 Veterinary Assistants

Terri Altman & Niki Burchett (Supervisors)

Sarah Baldridge

Makayla Crawford

McKenna Eldridge

Erin Enz

Ariel Estep

Stephanie Horner

Isaac Knittel

Michele Leport

Maranda Murphy

Jackie Scior

Allison Smith

Tiffany Winebrenner

 Cleaning Services

Carol Frederick

Steve Frederick

Memoriam

 
David “Dave” Counts (1966 - 2013)

David “Dave” Counts (1966 - 2013)

 

David Scott "Dave" Counts, 46, of McDermott, passed unexpectedly on August 1, 2013, at Southern Ohio Medical Center.

Dave Counts is a dearly missed past employee. He was the husband of Michell Counts and brother of Dr. Gail Counts and Cathy Strickland. He was loved by our clients and staff and was always there in their time of need. He has left shoes that can never be filled and a hole in our hearts that will only be soothed when we see his smiling face again.