Meet Our Team

Support Staff


Ashley - Ashley began working here as a kennel assistant in 2005. She left us in 2008 and took a few years off to raise her son. She returned to work with us in the summer of 2012 as a Veterinary Assistant.

Ashley has a passion for animals with two dogs and a cat and strives to keep your pets healthy as if they were her own.

Rob - Bio coming soon

Leslie - Bio coming soon


Lori - Lori has worked as a receptionist at Breckenridge Animal Hospital since 1995.

Lori and her husband Steve share their home with Bella a Sheltie. She is an active member of Southeast Christian Church and works there on the weekends. In her spare time she volunteers with Mini’s from Heaven, a non-profit organization using miniature horses visiting seniors in nursing homes. She also enjoys cross-stitching and reading.

Beth - Bio coming soon


Dorothy - Dorothy began working at Breckenridge Animal Hospital in 1997. Initially, she was hired as a groomer and has spent most of her time with us grooming pets of all shapes and sizes. She is currently grooming at both hospitals, in addition to filling in as a receptionist when needed. Dorothy and her husband Steven share their home with six dogs and four cats, all of them rescues. She is active in her church and enjoys reading.

Kendall – Kendall joined our staff in March 2012. She has been an All-Breed Pet Groomer since 2005.Kendall and her husband share their home with 5 dogs and 3 cats. In her spare time she volunteers at the Kentucky Humane Society. 

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  • ""The entire office staff and doctor are the greatest. I am very confident with taking my animal to them. Have been going to this office for over 20 yrs. Very pleased.""
    Joyce & Genef, Louisville

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