Dr. Andrew D. Skelley
Dr. Andrew Skelley was born and raised in Decatur, Illinois and is a 1994 graduate of The University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine. He spent his first three years after graduation working at a small animal clinic in central Illinois and then a large practice in downtown Knoxville. In June 1997 he purchased Emory Animal Hospital, where he enjoys practicing medicine and the surgery of dogs and cats, as well as exotic pets such as ferrets, reptiles and rodents.
In his spare time Dr. Skelley enjoys all sorts of outdoor activities, and is involved in the design and creation of FrightWorks, an annual haunted house in Powell.
Dr. Theresa Kropinak (Relief Veterinarian)
Dr. Theresa Kropinak graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in 1996. She worked at a busy mixed animal practice in Crossville, TN for six years. After moving back to Knoxville, she was the primary surgeon for a companion animal clinic in Corryton, TN. She is now a full time relief/emergency veterinarian with focus on diagnostic medicine, surgery, and client communication. "I don't have children, so these are my kids while they are here." "Dr. K"s other interest include cooking, gardening, and horseback riding.
Dr. Amanda Pittman (Relief Veterinarian)
Dr. Amanda Brown Pittman was born and raised in New Orleans, LA. She obtained a bachelor's degree in Animal Science from Louisiana State University in 2001 and finished veterinary school there in 2005. She moved to east Tennessee in 2005 when her husbnd Todd decided to pursue a pHd in physics at the University of Tennessee. Dr. Pittman has two children; Garrett (8) and Alex (4). She also has a Doberman-hound mix named Deuce and a Shepard-lab mix named Boudreaux. Her three cats are named Forbin, Ginger, and Grub. In her spare time she enjoys cooking, reading, running, and most of all spending quality time with family.