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Charissa Rexroad, DVM
Dr. Rexroad is a 1998 graduate of Auburn University. She practices all aspects of small animal veterinary medicine. She was born in Louisville, KY and currently resides in Shelbyville with her dog (Lindy) and four cats (Chopper, Neuman, Oscar and Luther). In her free time, she enjoys reading, running and bicycling. During basketball and football season, you can be sure she will be cheering on the Auburn Tigers and Louisville Cardinals!
Teresa is Finchville Animal Hospital's main receptionist and the one everyone hears first on the phones. She keeps the clinic running smoothly and loves interacting with our great clients. Teresa has been with Fincvhville Animal Hospital since the doors first opened. She has worked as a technician, receptionist, dog groomer, etc. at other clinics. We tease her that she is a member of “Chihuahua's Anonymous” because of her collection of three at home. Teresa lives with her dogs, her cat and husband.
Amy Turner, RVT
Amy is a 2006 graduate of the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture where she received an Associates of Applied Science in Veterinary Technology Degree with an emphasis in Equine Care. She was raised on her family's farm in Madrid, Nebraska where she enjoyed participating in 4H activities, showing horses and dogs and competitive barrel racing. Amy has lived and worked in Kentucky since 2006. She currently resides in Shelbyville with her husband Michael, daughter Emalyn and their four pugs, two cats, and their horse, Poncho. Besides caring for animals, Amy also enjoys showing Poncho, making crafts, and gardening.
Amy has been a veterinary assistant for 8 years. She was born and raised in Louisville, and moved to Shelbyville in 2013. She lives with her husband, Mitchell, and their cat and three dogs. In her free times, she enjoys reading, amateur astronomy, fitness and volunteering for the Humane Society.
Rachel started at Finchville Animal Hospital right out of high school as a summer job. Working with animals has always been a passion for her. Rachel owns several cats, who are her world. Rachel moved to Kentucky about during high school and currently lives in Fisherville.