Dr. Alex Shelley, DVMDr. Alex Shelley grew up in Taylorsville, KY and graduated from Spencer County High School. He attended the University of Kentucky for undergraduate studies and then earned a DVM degree from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine. He and his wife, Jessica, opened Elk Creek Animal Hospital in 2004.

Dr. Shelley has three boys, Jackson, Gabe, and Seth, and two dogs, Woodrow and Buster. He grew up on an Angus cattle farm and showed cattle through 4H and the Kentucky Angus Association throughout his childhood. Dr. Shelley hopes his children can have these same experiences on their family farm.

Dr. Brad Bennet, DVMDr. Brad Bennett grew up in Spencer County where he graduated from Spencer County High School. After high school, Dr. Bennett attended Morehead State University before earning a DVM degree from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine.

Dr. Bennett and his wife, Katie, now reside in Louisville and have two children, Olivia and James.

 

Dr. Joni Lindquist, DVMDr. Joni Lindquist grew up in rural Monroe County and now resides in Oldham County, KY. From the time she was six years old, Dr. Linquist knew that she wanted to be a veterinarian. After completing her undergraduate studies at Lindsey Wilson College, she earned a DVM degree from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2007. Dr Linquit's experience includes equine practice and small animal emergency medicine, reflecting her passion for horses as well as dogs and cats.

In her free time, Dr. Linquist enjoys riding her horses and running with her dogs. She loves Elk Creek Animal Hospital clients and their darling pets!

Dr. Jeff Condra, DVMDr. Jeff Condra grew up and currently resides in Winchester, Kentucky. He received an undergraduate degree from Eastern Kentucky University and earned a DVM degree from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine. Prior to joining the Elk Creek Animal Hospital team, Dr. Condra practiced at a mixed animal practice in Winchester.

In his spare time, Dr. Condra enjoys fishing, golfing, and kayaking. He and his wife, Kim, also share their home with two beagle mixes, Barney and Tucker.

 

Dr. Jim Chambers, DVMDr. Jim Chambers grew up in Russellville, KY and currently resides in Louisville, KY. He received an undergraduate degree from Murray State University and earned a DVM degree from Auburn University. Prior to joining the Elk Creek Animal Hospital team, Dr. Chambers practiced in Fayetteville, TN, Russellville, KY, and Dayton, OH. His special interests include general practice for dogs and cats.

Outside of the practice, Dr. Chambers enjoys fishing, cooking, reading historical nonfiction, and Auburn football. He also has three standard poodles and two cats at home.

Dr. Chambers is happily married to his college sweetheart of 34 years and they have three beautiful daughters. He feels very blessed for this and blessed to be a part of the amazing Elk Creek family of doctors, staff, pets, and their owners!

Scott Pope, DVM with DogDr. Scott Pope grew up in Owensboro, KY and currently resides in Taylorsville, KY. He received an undergraduate degree from Kentucky Wesleyan College and earned a DVM degree from Auburn University. Prior to joining the Elk Creek Animal Hospital team, Dr. Pope practiced at the Clark County Veterinary Clinic in Winchester, KY. His special interests include dermatology and neurology.

In his spare time, Dr. Pope enjoys working with computers, biking, and reading. He also shares his home with one dog, a Staffordshire mix, named Job.

Brad Rohleder, DVMDr. Brad Rohleder grew up in Louisville, Kentucky and graduated from DuPont Manual Highschool. Dr. Rohleder attended the University of Louisville for undergraduate studies before earning a DVM degree at Lincoln Memorial University - College of Veterinary Medicine.

Dr. Rohleder and his wife, Becca, now reside in Mount Washington with their dog, Gus, and their leopard gecko, Mushu. In his free time, Dr. Rohleder enjoys fishing, wood working, and working livestock.

Dr. Allison Reynolds grew up in Lawrenceburg and currently resides in Louisville, Kentucky. She received an undergraduate degree from Morehead State University and earned a DVM degree from the Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine. Prior to joining the Elk Creek Animal Hospital team, Dr. Reynolds practiced at Lap of Love in Louisville and surrounding areas providing in home end of life care, and at an after-hours emergency clinic in Georgia, right after graduation. Her special interests include interacting with clients and getting to know their pets.

Outside of work, Dr. Reynolds enjoys relaxing with her husband and their dogs, trying out new restaurants, cooking when time permits, and driving her husband crazy with endless home improvement projects. She also has a golden retriever named, Emma and a three-legged terrier mix named, Indy.