Dr. Tabitha Norris


Dr. Tabitha Norris was born and raised in North Arkansas. She completed her undergrad at Arkansas Tech University. She received her DVM from Oklahoma State University in 2003 and practiced in North Arkansas until 2014. She and her family then moved to her husband’s home place of Monticello, Ar. Dr. Norris purchased both Monticello Animal Clinic and Warren Animal Clinic from Dr. Rocky Lindsey in June 2015 and is one of the full time doctors there. She has a special interest in internal medicine cases and abdominal ultrasound. Tabitha enjoys spending time with her husband Chance, son Caleb and daughter Tessa. As a family they enjoy riding horses and hunting. They are active members at Pauline Baptist Church.


Dr. Judy Poirrier


Dr. Judy Poirrier received her Animal Science degree from Louisiana Tech University in 1983, and graduated from LSU-School of Veterinary Medicine in 1987. She has been practicing medicine since then and has been a part of the Monticello community since 1989. She and her husband, Dr. John Poirrier, own the Town and Country Veterinary Hospital in Dumas, Arkansas where he is the sole veterinarian. They have three children; Christopher, Teri and Jacob. Dr Judy Poirrier is a member at St. Mark’s Catholic Church.


Raven Smith


Raven Smith is a native of Hot Springs, Ar, but has resided in Monticello for the past 10 years. She has been working at the Warren and Monticello Animal Clinics for 8 years where she started out as kennel technician and worked her way through to office manager. She graduated from the University of Arkansas at Monticello with a Bachelor’s Degree in Agriculture in Animal Science. Raven has two wonderful dogs named Nina and Fatty Patty.


Emily Phillips


Emily Phillips is native from Benton, LA but has resided in Rye, Ar. She has been working at the Monticello Animal Clinic for 5 years where she is the employee manager. She graduated from University of Arkansas at Monticello with a B.S. degree in Agriculture with a double emphasis in Animal Science and Plant and Soil Science. Emily and her husband recently had their first child, Piper Olivia in August of 2016. They have three dogs (Cali, Yeti and Diesel) and one cat (Bob).
They enjoying hog hunting, deer hunting and fishing in their spare time.


Kaitlyn Wilson


Kaitlyn Wilson is originally from Dewitt, Ar. She has been working for Monticello Animal Clinic for about 2 years. She is presently a Senior at the University of Arkansas at Monticello where she is majoring in Pre Vet, then hopes to attend Mississippi State University where she plans to study large animal veterinary medicine. Kaitlyn has two dogs named Ruger and Gunter and a beta fish name Swim Shady.


Brittnie West


Brittnie West is originally from Cartersville, GA and moved to Monticello, Ar. She is married to her wonderful husband, Devin and they have a two year old little boy named Eli. She also has four dogs, two turtles and one rabbit. She is in her third year of vet tech school at San Juan College. She has been working for Monticello Animal Clinic for little less than a year now.


Rachel Bradley


Rachel Bradley lives in Monticello, Ar. She has two dogs named Dosj and Karma and a flying squirrel named Dab. She is currently a senior at Penn Foster where she is taking courses to be a certified veterinary technician. Rachel has been working for Monticello Animal Clinic for 6 months where she is currently a vet assistant.


Hannah Adcock


Hannah Adcock is a kennel assistant that has been working at the Monticello Animal Clinic since September 2016. She is currently a student at Drew Central High School. She is from Monticello and enjoys outdoor time with her horses and two dogs: Six and Winston.


Kendall Wells


Kendall Wells is a Monticello native. She is currently a freshman at the University of Arkansas at Monticello majoring in Pre-Med. She has been working at Monticello Animal Clinic since July of 2016 as a kennel technician. Kendall also has 2 horses, 6 dogs and a pet pig.


Lindsey Tooke


Lindsey Tooke has been a groomer at the Monticello Animal Clinic for over 4 years. She graduated from Woodlawn High School in 2001. She has been married for ten years and has two children; Faith and Rowdy. Lindsey has three horses, three cats, one pig, two chickens and five dogs. Her hobby is barrel racing which she enjoys with her daughter. Lindsey is “a big animal lover” and takes pride in her work.