Meet our Staff
Whatley-Kinney Veterinary Clinic
Vet , Preventive Care, Pet Hospital
Dr. Amy Johnson: Joined our team in February of 2002 just after graduating from veterinary school. Since then she married and has 2 lovely children, 2 dogs and 2 cats. She has dedicated her life to enriching the lives of animals and their families through preventative medicine, surgery and emergency medicine. She also has a passion for animal behavior and training.
Kim Pas: Kim is our newest team member. She came to us in March of 2012. She has 20 years of experience in the veterinary field. She graduated from the University of Cincinnati as a veterinary technician. She is married with 2 married children and one grandson. Her furry babbies include 2 dogs and 2 cats.
Elaine Woodall: Has been with us longer than everyone except Dr. Kinney. She joined our team in April of 1995. She is the office manager and receptionist for our clinic. She is married and has a daughter in college and a son, Jake, who also works here with us, 2 dogs and 3 cats. She keeps us running smoothly and efficiently.
Trina Reynolds: Joined our team in July 2007. She is our receptionist and our resident computer wiz. She is the friendly voice you hear when you call us. She also helps as an assistant in the exam room when we need her to. She has a teenage daughter and a combined family with a wonderful man and his 3 children. They have 1 dog and 3 cats.
Mara Turner: Came to work with us in January of 2004. The majority of her time is spent caring for the pets in our hospital, but she also fills in as an assistant in the exam room. She has a passion for cats and serves as a foster kitty mom on occasion. She is married with a grown son. Her furry family consists of 3 dogs and 9 cats.
Jake Woodall: Is Elaine's son and came to work with us in February of 2009. He works with us part time after school and on the weekends. He works in the kennel and keeps our grounds looking good.
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