Patti Chappell, Office Manager
Patti joined the staff at Woodbury Veterinary Hospital in 2016. She is a graduate of Hendersonville High School, and loves working at Woodbury Veterinary Hospital. Patti finds her job to be very rewarding since it gives her the opportunity to work with clients and their pets. Patti has two wonderful boys, Jimmy and George, aged 23 and 21. Her pet family includes a dog named Paco.
Katy Broussard, Vet Assistant
Katy has been part of the staff family at Woodbury Veterinary Hospital since 2012. She has been working as a Vet Assistant since 2008. Katy moved to Woodbury, Tennessee from south Arkansas where she worked at an all cat clinic. She loves all animals, especially cats, and she loves to foster them and bottle feed babies. It is very rewarding for Katy when she can give cats and kittens a chance at finding their forever home. Katy has been married since 2013. She and her husband have a pet family that includes six cats, two dogs, and two fish tanks full of fish.
Beth Hobbs, Vet Assistant
Beth earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science from Tennessee Tech University. She has worked as a Vet Assistant since 2001. She joined the family at Woodbury Veterinary Hospital in 2014. Beth got married in 2000, and she has two daughters, aged 6 and 9. Her pet family includes two dogs, one cat, and one horse. When she is not at work, Beth enjoys spending time with her two lovely daughters and doing things like fishing, camping, swimming, and riding her horse.
Kacey Farless, Vet Assistant
Kacey was born and raised in Cannon County. She graduated from Cannon County High School, and earned certification as a phlebotomy technician from the Tennessee Technology Center of Murfreesboro. Kacey has been part of the staff at Woodbury Veterinary Hospital since 2016. Kacey’s pet family includes two dogs, Ox and Goof, and two cats, Kit and Cali. Kacey loves animals of all kinds. She is a volunteer foster for the Cannon County Community for Animals, and she trains dogs in her free time. When she is not working or volunteering, Kacey enjoys spending days out on the lake, camping, traveling to new places, and spending time with her animals.
Gabriella Powell, Vet Assistant
Gabriella is a graduate of Cannon County High School. She joined the staff at Woodbury Veterinary Hospital in 2019. Gabriella has been around animals all her life, and caring for animals is her passion. She loves her amazing work environment. Gabriella has a fur baby named Sadie. Her hobbies include horseback riding, and trap shooting. When Gabriella has free time, you will find her working on a farm.
Caitlin Thompson, Vet Assistant
Caitlin joined the team in June of 2020. She lives in Murfreesboro with her husband Craig and their four rescue cats. Caitlin loves being a “Bonus Mom” to Craig’s son Macclain who spends his summer breaks with them. She is working on finishing her degree at MTSU in Animal & General Science and plans to attend UT Knoxville for Veterinary school. She loves all creatures great and small (also loves the James Herriot book & TV series of the same name) but has a special soft spot for dairy cows and wants to be a food animal Vet for the USDA. When she’s not studying or working, she enjoys a nice glass of red wine, a true crime story, and being in bed by 9!
Clinic Mascot Cats
Matilda is our female orange and white tabby cat who became an important member of the staff at Woodbury Veterinary Hospital when she was already an adult. She was born in 2013. Matilda completes a matched set with Oscar, our male orange and white tabby, but she believes that she is the fairest one of all.
Oscar is our male orange and white tabby, he became a mascot at Woodbury Veterinary Hospital in 2014, when he was just a four week old kitten. Oscar’s favorite place to hang out is on top of the computer printer.
Midnight is the most senior member of our Kitty Mascots. Born in 2007, Midnight is a black, long haired mix, who came to us as an owner surrender. Our clinic mascot kitties are all pretty sociable; they will greet you at the door when you come in, or they will visit you in the waiting room and say hello.
In Loving Memory,