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Our goal is for our patients to WAG MORE, ITCH LESS!


Following graduation from veterinary school at UC Davis in 2006, Dr. Laura Wilson completed a one-year internship and three-year private practice residency before becoming a Board-Certified Veterinary Dermatologist in 2010.  Dr. Wilson is passionate about all aspects of dermatology, especially getting to know her clients and working with them to provide the best short- and long-term plans to remedy their pets' dermatologic diseases.  She loves the challenge of tailoring treatment plans that the client and pet will tolerate, including her own environmentally allergic dogs Talulah and Harry!  



Fabulous Support Staff / We Spoil Your Pet with Loves




Dixie grew up in metro Atlanta, GA. and started working with pets in 2010.  She has worked in Veterinary Medicine since moving to Chattanooga in 2016, both at a busy General Practice and an Emergency / multispecialty clinic.  The complex nature of skin and ear cases and continued interactions with patients and clients are some of the reasons Dixie enjoys the Dermatology Specialty.  Dixie lives with her husband, James, and their pets, Bumi and Piwwow. In her free time, Dixie enjoys painting, crafting, costuming, hiking and playing board games with her husband.





Find a job you enjoy doing and you will never have to work a day in your life.” -Mark Twain.  Following high school graduation in 2004, Lyndsey began working as a veterinary technician for a Specialty and Emergency Veterinary hospital in Tampa, FL.  During her 18-year tenure, she obtained her Veterinary Technician Certification and has helped pets and their families as an Emergency / ICU / Critical Care Technician (which is when Dr. Wilson first met Lyndsey in 2006!).  Following an equine accident in 2016, Lyndsey transitioned to working as a Patient Care Coordinator for the Dermatology, Neurology and Ophthalmology Departments and again worked with Dr. Wilson.  Lyndsey enjoys relaxing on her mini farm with her husband, 3 boys and Teil, her Belgian Malinois.  She unapologetically admits she has too many chickens to count, including a “house chicken” named Trooper.   

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