Terri Wright, Office Manager
When you first walk in the doors here at Brown Creek Animal Hospital you are sure to see one if not all of these friendly faces! This is our crew of receptionists. They get you and your furry friend checked in and out for anything from boarding, a visit with the veterinarian, or a surgery. All the while answering phones, filing and updating charts, along with a few other duties.
This lively bunch of animal lovers are the people you see coming out to get your pet and taking them through the double doors. They do it all; from nestling them in for the day as they wait to have their surgical procedure, making sure they get “run backs” handled, wrapping and sterilizing surgical packs, answering phone calls and client questions, updating you of your pets status if they are here in the hospital, treating animals with any medications they may need. Some are the nurses you see in the rooms with the doctor, some are there for your pet through surgery, and they perform countless tasks here and there in between it all as well as help doctors with any emergencies that may arise weekdays and weekends.
Tammy Powell Tonya Ridenhour Darla Rummage
Marie Coppedge Brittany Upchurch
Casie Bustard Emily Phifer Ashley Bennet
Whether going on a vacation, family visiting, or any other need to have a pet baby sat for a bit, you can trust our boarding crew to keep your pooch or kitty safe and sound. This group of caring hearted people take care of feeding the canines while their parents are away (felines are handled by our kennel staff). They also take them out to play and of course “use the restroom” multiple times daily, along with managing their medications, bathing, changing bedding, and giving each their own TLC. Boarding staff also handles the task of keeping clean and neat towels and blankets available and ready at all times for the animals in both hospital and boarding.
When your furry (or not) friend is napping after surgery, waiting for radiographs, is sick and receiving treatment, or if your kitty is boarding, this driven team is made of the watchful eyes of some devoted people. The Kennel staff makes sure every pet is healthy and waking up good from anesthesia. They also help alert technicians and doctors of any IV Catheter issues, updates on food intake, any vomiting that may occur, and generalized condition status updates. They also take the animals out several times daily, feed and water, replace bedding, clean cages, and keep the Kennels, Isolation Ward, Feline Ward, and K-9 Ward in tip top shape. And of course make the time to make sure your pet feels cozy and right at home while providing plenty of extra attention and love!
Abbey Hutchinson Cissy Stegall