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Dr. Eddleman's love of animals all started at the age of 10 when he was greeted by a brown-eyed, tail wagging, tongue flapping tri-colored beagle puppy named Shorty. They became instant friends and would spend hours playing in the backyard or snuggling on the couch together. From that point on, his love and fascination for animals grew and continues to grow to this day. Today, Dr. Eddleman leads our all-star TEAM in excellent care for every pet that walks through our doors. His goal is to treat each one with the love and care he would give to Shorty.
Dr. Busick grew up in Miami, Florida where her and her brother would always take in animals that came into the backyard. Anoles, iguanas and turtles to name a few, all found a safe spot to rest and some tasty greens before they moved on to other habitats. That interest and desire to care for the animals around her encouraged her to become a veterinarian so she could continue to do so on a larger scale.
Allison is the Hospital Administrator for South Anderson Veterinary Clinic. She graduated from Liberty University with her Masters of Business Administration in 2019. Allison then headed to Chicagoland to work in a nationally-recognized brand strategy firm, where she had clients such as McDonald’s, AANA, and twoinspireyou. But when Dr. Eddleman offered her the chance to come work at SAVC, where she started working in the kennels at age 15, there was no way she could say no to the opportunity to come home.
You may not see her very often, since she's usually tucked away in an office, typing away, but you may glimpse her clicking around the practice in her high heels, on a mission to find some piece of paperwork. She helps Dr. Eddleman run the business side of the practices: everything from HR and marketing to bookkeeping and number-crunching. If you have a question that doesn’t deal with a dosage of something, Allison can usually answer it, or she will help you find the answer. Outside of work, you can find her hosting a dinner party, where her Great Dane Winzig Diesel and red tabby Chico will join everyone at the table (invited or not), curled up with a book, or upside down in a yoga pose.
She grew up in Moonsville, IN where she was surrounded by horses, ponies, cats, dogs and even helped raise an orphaned squirrel. She enjoyed teaching her boys how to take care of animals as well. She loves spending time with her two sons Steven and Andrew as well as her two furry kids Lucky and Savannah. In her spare time she collects antique bottles, makes stained glass art, cross stitches and enjoys reading.
I grew up in South Carolina and graduated in 2021 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology. I moved to Anderson after getting married. I have an 8-month-old goofball Great Pyrenees Mix named Orion. I enjoy taking him on any new trails I can find. I’ve joined the vet field because of my interests in the science field and my love of animals. My favorite part of the job is getting to see the same animals visit after visit.
I’m from Alexandria, and I have 2 cats at home. When I’m not working, I’m spending quality time with my fiancé or planning our wedding.
I became a Registered Veterinary Technician after graduating from International Business College in 2018. I chose this field because there are a lot of animals out there needing help and if I can help in any way I want to.
I honestly feel like I became interested in the veterinary field simply because of my love for animals. However, one experience with a stray cat strengthened my want to help. At a young age, my family and I had a stray cat who had an injured leg and was very thin appear at my house. We nursed it back to health and helped her feel comfortable in her new home. Watching her heal and grow strong again made me so happy. We then found out she was pregnant and my first glance at the baby kittens and the birthing process amazed me! Before that, I knew I was interested in working with animals but that experience reaffirmed my love and desire to be a voice for the voiceless.
My favorite part of my job is watching the puppies/kittens grow up through their vaccine sets with us or seeing how thankful clients are and how relieved patients are at their recheck from a previous sick visit.
I am a veterinary assistant at South Anderson Veterinary Clinic. I enjoy going on road trips and traveling. I love everything fall, so carving pumpkins and drinking apple cider are my zen. I am from Anderson, Indiana, and I have a Black lab named Jackson. I joined the veterinary field in 2021. I have always dreamed of becoming someone who can help the animals who can’t help themselves. I always thought that I could be a voice for those who don’t. My favorite part about this job is seeing the look on the owner's face when you have made their fur baby feel better and able to live a happy, longer life.
I was born and raised in Anderson, Indiana, and I graduated from Ball State University a few years ago with a Psychology degree. I have two cats, Kitty and Big Fat, and two lovable, energetic boxers named Agnes and Millie. When not at work, you can find me spending time with my fiance, playing with my nieces and nephews, and hanging out with my friends.
I joined the veterinary field because I love animals. I specifically chose SAVC because my pets have come here since I was little, and I loved the care that they received. My favorite part of the job is the people I work with and seeing all the puppies and kittens.
I'm currently a Ball State student studying biology, and in my free time, I love reading and binge-watching TV shows. Right now I have a shepherd mix dog who is definitely an oversized lap dog. I have always found animal science interesting, and this is what really helped me choose my college degree. SAVC has taught me many useful skills in the vet medicine industry that will definitely be useful and the future. The best perk to the job has been the puppies and kittens we see daily.
I’m 22 and from Elwood. I went to Ball State for marine biology and social work. I have 3 pets at home: Scooby who is a 3-year-old Pit Bull Labrador mix, Ollie who is a 1-year-old Doberman, and Theodore (Theo for short) who is a 3-year-old kitty. When not at the office, I enjoy hiking, swimming, late evening walks, and the occasional lazy day binge-watching Netflix--all with Scooby and Ollie of course. I joined the veterinary field because I’ve always had a passion for working with animals and can relate to other fur parents. I enjoy the people I work with and the furry babies that come through the door even more!
A local girl, I graduated from Frankton High School and then Asbury University in Kentucky with a BS degree. I have lived in Indiana & Kentucky my entire life. I have been married for 21 years with 3 children: my oldest son is a Junior at Purdue University; my daughter is a full-time employee in the manufacturing industry; and my youngest son is a Senior in HS. I regularly attend a local Church of God. My family currently has 3 dogs (1 being a puppy!), 3 cats, and 44 chickens. I have been a volunteer with Madison County 4H for over 4 years and am an active leader in the Poultry Department.
A few of my side hobbies include doing puzzles, playing with dirtbikes & trucks, and being outdoors doing anything! I am in the veterinary field because of the fur & fluff, and the wagging tails!
I am a Halloween fanatic, and I love anything true crime! My favorite beverage is anything that involves coffee. I joined the veterinary field because I love animals. I currently have a sassy kitty and a chunky bunny at home. My favorite part of working at a vet clinic is getting to love on all the adorable animals! When I'm not at work, you'll find me dancing and spending lots of time outdoors.
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