Dr. Dinny Ryan DVM was born in Tipperary Ireland. He moved to Tennessee in 1981 to study at the University of Tennessee. He worked his way through college at his family’s business in Gatlinburg. He received his BA in engineering and continued on to get his DVM from the College of Veterinary Medicine at UT. Dr. Ryan began practicing Veterinary Medicine in 1992. His favorite aspects of his job include surgery, especially orthopedics, and medicine.
Dr. Dinny lives in Knoxville, TN with his wife Wendy and their 3 children. He also enjoys camping, horse races and motorcycles. Dr. Melissa Snow, DVM is a native of Sanbury, Ohio. She completed a B.A. In Biology at Hiram College in 1993 and came to Tennessee to pursue graduate studies in the Animal Science Department at the University of TN. Upon completion of a Master's degree she entered the College of Veterinary Medicine here in Knoxville and received her DVM in 2001.
She lives in Seymour, TN with her husband, Phil and their two daughters. Other members of her family include a dog, guinea pig, and a small flock of backyard chickens. Besides spending time with family, Dr. Snow enjoys camping, hiking, and fishing. Lucy Music, DVM grew up in South Carolina and received her DVM in 2002 from UGA, please don't hold it against her. She recently moved here from Florida to experience the wonderful Tennessee mountain air.
She has 13 years of experience and loves working with exotic pets and pet birds. Her interests encompass challenging medical and surgical cases. At home she takes care of a husband, two children, two Chihuahuas, and a Meyer's parrot. Her hobbies include needlework, reading, and outdoor activities. Dr. Jenny Darden, DVM received her DVM degree from UT College of Veterinary Medicine in 2007. She has worked at both Sevier County Animal Clinic and Governor John Sevier Animal Clinic ever since.
Dr. Darden’s favorite aspects of her job: working with a variety of species; new puppy and kitten visits; the opportunity to diagnose and treat a wide range of medical conditions; and performing surgeries. Her pet family is made up of two adorably scruffy terrier mixes, a pair of African claw-toed frogs, and three tanks full of fish. When she is not at work, Dr. Jenny enjoys photography, playing darts and pool, running, creative writing, painting, and music.
Dr. Michala Shurtliff was born in Lansing, MI, and moved all over the Midwest while growing up. She spent most of her time in Chicago's north suburbs, and claims Grayslake, IL as her hometown. Dr. Shurtliff received her B.S. in Pre-Veterinary medicine and Biology from the University of Findlay in 2008, and completed her DVM at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in 2013. Her professional interests include small animal internal medicine and soft tissue surgery.
Outside of the clinic, Dr. Shurtliff enjoys reading, cooking, travelling, college football, and spending time with her friends.See Also: Meridian Idaho Animal Shelter
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Welcome to our website! ~We are now open Extended Hours for your Convenience!~ We are a little unusual in the fact we have three different businesses all under the same ownership umbrella. All three of our establishments are unique in what they offer and of course have ONE basic goal...and that is to offer the best health care for your animals that is humanly possible. We feel our staff is second to none and our doctors are simply the best! When your pet has a problem or needs a periodic checkup, we hope you'll stop by and get acquainted with one of our friendly pet specialists.
Remember, problems don't just happen for us or our pets between 8am-5pm Monday through Friday, so we offer EXTENDED daily hours M-F until 9pm; Saturdays until 6pm; and Sundays until 5pm. Our entire staff looks forward to providing you and your most treasured little friends the best care and a long healthy life. Dr. Dinny Ryan owner and practicing Doctor Between 25 and 40 percent of dogs are considered obese or are likely to become obese.
It is the most common nutrition-related health condition in dogs in our society. The primary causes of obesity are overeating and lack of exercise.