Dr. Corry Key
Dr. Key graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1997. Dr. Key and her family live in Dardanelle and includes two children, four step-children, sixteen horses (give or take), five American Bully dogs, three cats and a parrot. She enjoys showing her dogs (two are National Champions), riding and competing with her horses (Arabians and Welsh Ponies) and writing. She is the author of two books, The American Bully Book and a book of short stories entitled Horses Who Eat Potatoes. In her spare time she is working on a sequel to Horses Who Eat Potatoes and a new novel. Her veterinary interests include equine and canine reproduction, soft tissue surgery and homeopathy/nutrition. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Arkansas Veterinary Medical Association and the American Association of Feline Practitioners.
Taylor likes to service with a smile. He wants to ensure the pets have a great experience and provide clients with honest feedback and services. He continues to take continued dedication courses to stay up to date so he can provide the best care possible. Taylor is empathetic, welcoming, and innovative. He loves to work with anxious and fractious pets.
Certified Veterinary Technician
Ashley has diverse experience in many fields of veterinary medicine including shelter medicine, exotics, emergency, and ICU> Her certification is F”ear Free” and her handling skills allow her to create a safe and comfortable visit for friendly and nervous patients. Ashley is compassionate, dependable, kind, and hardworking. One fun fact about Ashley is that she can set an IV Catheter in almost any animal, including a sloth!
Ashley is a mother of 5 human babies and a mother of 3 dogs and several cats! She is a certified veterinary technician in two states, Oklahoma and Arkansas! She has worked mostly in emergency medicine and ICU care since receiving her license. She thoroughly enjoys building relationships with our GP clients and pets.
Maddie is personable, empathetic, and has a passion for educating clients. She pays attention to details big and small to ensure clients and patients are cared for. She stays up to date with webinars so that she can improve her knowledge and skills. She enjoys working with clients daily on prescription refills, lab results and keeping parents informed on their pets needs.
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Kennel Technician Manager
Sierra brings value to clients with a smile and tries her best to relate to them. She makes veterinary visits easier for the patients by having a calm and sweet demeanor. A couple of things she does to make a client’s life easier are to call to have records sent for them instead of them doing it, communicate with them as much as possible, and reassure the owner of how a situation is. Sierra stays current on her job skills by constantly trying to keep an open mind to learning more efficient ways of getting tasks accomplished. She contributes to helping patients live happy and healthy lives by setting standards for herself when going over medications, informing clients, and ensuring patients’ well-being.
Sierra is a native of NWA. She has a dog named Sugar, who is a mixed breed and is seven years old/ In her free time, she enjoys the outdoors together and is always looking for new adventure spots.
Allison has compassionate care for all pets while their owners are away. She likes to ensure the pets are safe and comfortable. She likes to include pet parents in their daily activities with pictures and texts when requested. Allison makes sure that the pets feel loved and safe. She is always eager to learn new skills and has a 3-year-old Havanese named Mt. Fliff and a Bearded Dragon named Sammy.
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Bree brings value to clients with support, understanding them, building relationships, and listening to their concerns. She makes veterinary visits easier for patients by making sure everything is done with a smile. Some things she does to make clients’ life easier is by making sure they’re comfortable and treating them with kindness. In order to stay current on her job skill, she is constantly asking questions to ensure she can either do better or learn new things. Bree helps our patients live happy and healthy lives by providing the best customer service she can. Her best qualities consist of being organized, fast-paced, hard-working, and friendly. At home, she has six cats named Luna, Amos, Shinxy, Nora, Georgie, and Riri.