Leslie Lovins

Head Veterinary Technician

Leslie has worked as a veterinarian technician since 2007. Her areas of interest include dentistry and anesthesia. She has a beautiful son, Drew, and three cats, Nigel, Intern Maureen, and Kashak.

Morgan Carruthers

Veterinary Technician

Morgan has wanted to work with animals and in the veterinary field for as long as she can remember. She pursued her passion and studied Animal Science at both the University of Tennessee, and Middle Tennessee State University. While in school, Morgan explored her many options within the veterinary field; everything from small animal to large..and even exotics! She was granted a prestigious internship in conservation science at the Knoxville Zoo in 2014. After this, she moved back home to the Nashville area and worked as a veterinary assistant at a large equine hospital. Although Morgan values all that she has learned in exotics and equine—her passion remains in small animal. Morgan keeps herself busy with her two rescue cats, Meeko and Milo, as well as her Labrador, Chance, and her horse, Wilbur.”

Brittney Bolden

Client Services Specialist

Brittney started out in the veterinary field as a kennel assistant in 2010. That is where she discovered a love for working with animals and quickly progressed to a veterinary assistant. Over the course of the next 9 years, she expanded her knowledge and skills on the teching side of veterinary medicine and then slowly transitioned into more of an admin role. However, she really missed playing an active role in caring for pets, which landed her on the Savannah’s Crossing team. Her passion lies especially with senior dogs.

Brittney has two children, Bryce and Kenley. They have two dogs, Remy and Rosie, and a cat named RC. In her free time, Brittney enjoys spending time with her family – they especially like to go hiking and explore new places.

Mary Claire Woodward

Veterinary Technician

Mary Claire grew up on a farm and has always had a love for animals! She began working as a veterinary technician in 2015 while she was in high school. She studied animal science at Middle Tennessee State University, and she spends most of her free time with her husband Michael, their son Cayden, and their dog Nala.

Sarah Cox

Veterinary Technician

Sarah has been working as a vet tech since 2017 and has a Bachelors degree in animal science from Southern Illinois University. She has a passion for working with all animals and has experience working with large and small animals as well as exotics. Sarah has three of my own fur babies, two dogs; Maverick and Goose and a cat named Fury.