About All Animals Veterinary Hospital
Greg Thomas, DVM
Dr. Thomas founded All Animals Veterinary Hospital (AAVH) in 1992 and established White Bluff Animal Clinic (WBAC) in 2001. He is a veteran of the United States Navy where he served for six and a half years. Dr. Thomas graduated University of Tennessee in 1987 after completing his undergraduate degree at Austin Peay State University. After graduation, Dr. Thomas began practicing veterinary medicine with Waverly Animal Clinic until opening AAVH. The original AAVH building required continual renovations to keep up with the growing business. Finally in 2004, Dr. Thomas designed the current building we practice in. The old building is still on the property and is used for grooming and boarding. Dr. Thomas likes to travel with his wife, visit with his 2 daughters and especially loves spending time with his grandchildren.
Ellie Goan, DVM
Dr. Goan graduated with her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Western University in 2010 after completing a Bachelors in Animal Science at Clemson University and a Masters in Veterinary Physiology at University of Georgia. Dr. Goan came to the AAVH/WBAC family after graduation in 2010 and became a co-owner in 2015. She was born in East Tennessee and grew up equally between North and South Carolina. In her spare time she can be found working outside, fishing on her pond, hanging out with her dogs, traveling, or spending time with friends and family. Dr. Goan's favorite aspect of working at AAVH is that we never know what species with what ailments are going to walk in the door.
Abigail Maynard, DVM
Dr. Maynard or Dr. Abi as she prefers to be called joined the AAVH family in June of 2017. Dr. Abi graduated from St. George's University in Grenada, West Indies. She completed her clinical training at the University of Minnesota for her final year of veterinary school. Dr. Abi is originally from the tiny island of Barbados. Her love of veterinary medicine grew from working on her uncles small farm. From the age of eight until her teenage years, Dr. Abi spent every summer volunteering at a local veterinary clinic in Barbados where she received invaluable firsthand experience and gained hands-on knowledge. This island girl at heart loves nature, fishing, swimming, and anything outdoors. She is also a foodie, loves to cook and is always on the lookout for great Caribbean food restaurants. She enjoys gaming, traveling with family, and hanging out with Orion, her rescue dog from Grenada. She also has recently moved to Tennessee and so far is enjoying the climate of Dickson as well as the warmth of the people. Dr. Abi is especially thrilled to be working in the family-like environment of AAVH and WBAC with our wonderful clients and where she knows there will never be a dull moment!
Cindy joined the AAVH/WBAC staff in July 2015 as the practice manager. Cindy is a lifelong resident of Dickson County. She shares her home with her husband and 2 children who are involved in running cross country and playing softball. Together they raise myotonic fainting goats, chickens, rabbits, and have 5 dogs. She enjoys spending time with friends and family. Cindy has over 10 years experience in both medical and veterinary management. We are very excited Cindy's joined the team and we are looking forward to putting her vast experience to work!
Front Desk Staff
Sandi started as a veterinary receptionist at AAVH in 1997 after moving to Tennessee from Michigan. Sandi's two children are married and she has one granddaughter. Most of Sandi's freetime is spent with her granddaughter now, but she still enjoys riding motorcycles with her husband and spoiling her two pit bulls. Sandi loves working with all of our great clients and their pet families...never a dull moment.
Jan has lived in White Bluff since 1988. Her career as a veterinary receptionist with WBAC started in October 2001 when WBAC was opened. Jan and her husband share their home with their "Zoo Crew" of 5 dogs, 3 cats, and an old cockatiel. Jan enjoys gardening, reading, and playing the piano and organ. She loves visiting her grandchildren and a great grandchild in Georgia.
Angela has been a receptionist at AAVH since January 2012. She has always had a heart for animals. She has a boxer named Sadie Marie and a pug named Skeeter. She has a calf named George, 2 goats named Little Bit and Little Man, and several chickens. Angela and her husband have two boys who keep her on the go. They are active in firefighting and baseball. In Angela's spare time she enjoys everything outside, like yard work, tending to and playing with the animals, or just sitting at a baseball game.
More to come soon!
More to come soon!
Technicians and Assistants
Amy Myatt, LVMT
Amy has been with AAVH since 2012 after graduating from Columbia State Veterinary Technician Program and receiving her Associates Degree in Applied Animal Science. In addition to being a full-time licensed veterinary medical technician, she is also a full-time Mom to an energetic beautiful daughter named Katlyn, 2 very lovable dogs, Minnie and Sarge, and 2 cats, Orange Kitty and Momma Cat. While Amy's spare time is extremely limited she does make time to go hunting, to read books, adn to spend time with her family and friends.
Jodie Spencer, LVMT
Jodie is a licensed veterinary medical technician that joined the AAVH family in 2014. She worked at the Dickson County Humane Society for over 7 years before starting at AAVH. She enjoys spending time with friends and family, horseback riding, riding four-wheelers, and hunting. Jodie enjoys working her dogs while coon hunting. she enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine, but especially cattle work and new pet exams so she gets our newest patients off on the right start. We are very excited to have Jodie on the team!
Mindy is an extremely well qualified veterinary assistant that started working between our two practices in 2001 and worked for several years. She came back in 2010. Mindy grew up on a cattle farm in Indiana. She has been in the veterinary field for 17 years. She is a busy Mom to 3 daughters, a 6 year old and 3 year old twins. In the almost nonexistant free time Mindy has she can be found playing with the girls at the park, watching her Blue Heeler herd her kids, or helping out in our community.
Sherie's career as a veterinary assistant began in 1992. Sherie joined the AAVH/WBAC family in 2012. She is currently our veterinary assistant at our White Bluff practice. Originally from North Carolina, she has lived in TN since 2006 with her husband and 2 children. Aside from her actual children she has a silly Lab named Maggie, and a cat named Frankie. In the very little time she does have, Sherie loves to make amazing baskets, read, and is a huge follower of Christ. Sherie is wonderful with animals. She has a soft voice, very kind heart, and a gentle touch.
Linsay is originally from LaBelle, MO. She is graduating from Murray State University in May of 2020 with a Bachelor's in Veterinary Technology! She will then pursue her Masters in Vet. Tech. with a focus in Microbiology. Linsay loves to rodeo and spend time with family when she's not in school or working.
Whitanie grew up in Dickson county on her family's farm. On the farm, she helped raise cattle and tobacco. Living on the farm is were she found her love for animals. Whitanie's love for animals is what lead her to joining the AAVH family in April of 2018 as a full time kennel assistant.
Nina is originally from North Carolina and moved to Dickson County where she joined the White Bluff Animal Clinic in October 2018 as a kennel assistant. Nina is married with six children. She is also the mom to Willie (a boxer), Zeus (a Pomeranian), and Lincoln (a chihuahua). Although spare time can be hard to find, Nina enjoys making wreaths and putting together gift baskets. She has quickly become a true asset to our White Bluff office!
Alexxis Henley: MORE TO COME!
Jennifer Oakley: MORE TO COME!
Megan is a student at Dickson County High School where she loves studying Veterinary Science. She enjoys volunteering at the Dickson County Humane Society. After graduating in 2020, Megan plans on pursuing a career in Veterinary Medicine.