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  • Susan Moon,
    Veterinarian and Practice Owner
    Dr. Susan Moon has practiced at Brooks Road Animal Hospital throughout her career. A 1984 graduate of Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Moon began working at Brooks Road Animal Hospital in July of 1984 and purchased the practice in 1990.

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  • Shawn Barnett, LVMT
    Senior Technician
    Shawn has been on staff at Brooks Road Animal Hospital for 29 years. She is a Licensed Veterinary Medical Technician with a degree from St. Petersburg College. She is responsible for nursing care of patients, inventory, lab management and staff supervision.

  • Cindy Ray, BA
    Client Services Coordinator
    Cindy has been employed as a receptionist with Brooks Road Animal Hospital since August 2000. Cindy's role encompasses all areas of dealing with clients, management, billing, and client education. Cindy has a B.A in English with Focus studies in Emergency Management.

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  • Candice James
    Veterinary Assistant
    Candice has been employed as a veterinary technician with Brooks Road Animal Hospital since December 2000. Candice's role encompasses all areas of pet care including grooming, kennel, management, nursing, laboratory procedures, surgical assisting, and client education. Candice has a special interest in weight loss management and diet counseling. Candice is pursuing an A.A.S. in veterinary technology with the goal of becoming a Licensed Veterinary Medical Technician.

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  • Dr.
    Wyndie Buckler
    Dr. Wyndie Buckler graduated from Mississippi State College of Veterinary Medicine in 1991. A native of West Tennessee, she practiced in Alabama and Mississippi before returning to the Memphis area. Dr. Buckler's pursuit of veterinary medicine stems from a lifelong fascination with animals, particularly dogs and cats. Her professional interests include dermatology, internal medicine, pet health maintenance and the human-animal bond. Dr. Buckler currently lives in Collierville with her husband Terry, who works for the Memphis Zoo. She has three sons, three rescued dogs, and three rescued cats.

  • Janet Holliday
    Groomer and Veterinary Assistant
    Janet has been a staff member at Brooks Road Animal Hospital since 2008. Janet's primary role is pet groomer, but she also is trained as a veterinary assistant.

    Janet's family includes two children, two Yorkshire terriers, and a pit bull. Her favorite hobby is raising Yorkshire terriers.

  • Perry Gabor
    Veterinary Assistant
    Perry began working at Brooks Road Animal Hospital as a veterinary assistant in 2015. She is currently enrolled at Baptist College of Health Sciences in the Bachelor's of Sonography program.

    Dachshunds are her favorite breed, so it's no wonder that her heart belongs to her dog Rex!

  • Jeremy Mims
    Veterinary Assistant
    In January 2018 we welcomed Jeremy to our staff as a veterinary assistant. Jeremy has a B.A. in Animal and Dairy Sciences from Mississippi State University. His aspirations are to attend veterinary school to obtain his DVM. We are excited to help him gain experience in the profession!

  • Jordan Wright
    Jordan began working at Brooks Road Animal Hospital in May, 2017. She is currently attending Northwest Mississippi Community College, but she plans to continue her education at Arkansas State University with the goal of earning a Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education. Jordan's pets include her cat Sophie and her dogs Kennedy and Macy. Her hobbies include singing, shopping, pageants, and cheering her boyfriend at his Arkansas State footballl games.


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Read What Our Clients Say

  • "I love them my dogs hve going here since they were puppies now they mom & dad and they taking care of their 9 puppies"
    Shadonica S.
  • "A huge thanks to the sweet staff at Brooks Road Animal Hospital for taking care of Ellie Grace for us!! They were wonderful ♥"
    Amy B. H.
  • "Memphis' best kept secret when it comes animal care! I have been so blessed to have found them! My dog Randall goes every month for his injections and they take good care of him and Rudy the cat too. I have a new addition..Fletch and he will be seeing Dr. Moon and staff really soon."
    Ann B.
  • "My sweet Fassy has been coming to Brooks Rd..since birth...she is 9yrs old and I truly can say Everyone is friendly, knowledgeable and loving to me and Fassy..always pleased with grooming services..and Dr.Moon very professional and kind woman that truly cares..highly recommend Brooks Rd..."
    April P.

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