Growing up on a lake in Sale Creek, TN, most of Amy’s free time as a child was spent outdoors, swimming, canoeing, and biking. Of all her hobbies and activities, though, animals were her number one. She fondly recalls dressing up the neighborhood tom cats in baby doll clothes and playing vet with them in the playhouse her dad had built. Today, Amy is living her childhood dream of working with animals as a career.
Amy’s journey began right here at South Rhea in 2005, straight out of high school. Seven years, another clinic, one husband, and two kids later, she felt God calling her closer to home. She stopped by South Rhea Animal hospital in 2011 to inquire about the possibility of returning to work here, and the rest is history!
At home, Amy and her husband, Adam, have three children: Ayden (“Jeb”), Ava, and Anslie. The family has two dogs: Olive, a senior Shih Tzu, and Birdie, a well-behaved and eager-to-please French bulldog. They also have a fish, a bunny, five ducks, five goats and several chickens. In her free time, Amy enjoys crafting, grabbing coffee with friends, gathering chicken eggs, and raising baby chicks and baby goats.