Dr. Jodi Holcomb is a native Louisianan, graduating from LSU School of Veterinary Medicine’s Class of 2000. Prior to vet school, she worked at Universal Studios Hollywood as “Red Sonja” in “The Adventures of Conan: a Sword and Sorcery Spectacular”, while being a proud member of the Riata Ranch Cowboy-girls, an internationally known trick-riding team. Currently, she and her husband, Rich, live in the mountains with their dogs and horses. They love travel, particularly adventure travel (white water rafting is a favorite). Dr. Holcomb is so proud of the work Fifty Shades of Furr is doing, and is very happy to be part of the team!
Susan Brown was raised in Annapolis where she enjoyed her horse and showing dogs. She graduated with honors from university of Maryland with a BS in Animal Science and Virginia Tech with a DVM in 1992. After 20 years in emergency medicine, she currently travels to different animal hospitals performing surgeries. She lives on a mountaintop with her husband and two dogs where she loves to make pottery for her very small business, Ringmaster Pottery.
Rochelle Howell has been in Veterinary Medicine for 20+ years. She studied at Wilson College and her work history started at Washington County Human Society where she became an advocate for the homeless and unwanted animals. She moved from WCHS to regular practice where she learned the value of everyday care for animals. From this point she worked 10 years at Frederick Emergency Animal Hospital and Sugarloaf Surgical Referral. During her 10 years, she learned how to assist animals hit by cars, snake bites, poisoning bloats, abused animals and the list goes on forever. This was a tremendous experience as it helped her realize with a great staff and exemplary skills, the sky is the limit.
Rochelle has 2 dogs, a whimsical pug named Chloe and a rescue named Sally. She also has 4 cats which are all rescues. Her house is full but there is nothing like coming home to a crew that is always HAPPY to see her and lover her unconditionally.
Crystal Howell BIO TO COME!