Veterinarians, technicians, customer service representatives, and veterinary assistants all work together to make your experience at Community Animal Clinic exceptional.
Dr. Rebecca Beamer graduated from GWHS and attended Virginia Tech before transferring to the University of Georgia. She graduated from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine in 1980. She worked in several area clinics – Veterinary Associates in Princeton, West End Animal Clinic in Radford, and Radford Animal Hospital in Radford. In 1991, she went to work at Community Animal Clinic in Wytheville. She purchased the clinic from David C. Stanley, DVM in 1994 and moved back home to Wytheville. In 2001 the clinic was expanded. She is the current Southwest Virginia Director to the Virginia Veterinary Medicine Association. Dr. Beamer enjoys collecting Virginia milk bottles and Wedgwood pottery. In her free time she enjoys traveling. She and her husband live in Wytheville with cats – Booger, Boo, and C.K., and dogs – Star and Peewee.
Dr. Rachelle Kopp graduated from Iowa State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2006. She also has a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Marine Biology from the University of Hawaii, Hilo. Dr. Kopp is married to her husband, Jeff and they have 4 children. They have recently moved from Alexandria, Virginia to Ceres in order to grow their small farm. Currently, they have 3 dogs, Magnolia (bloodhound), Satina (pit bull/dogo) and Rebel (beagle): and 2 cats, Dixie and Mabel. They have 10 hens and they raise meat rabbits. In the very near future there will be 2 new puppies (Anatolian shepherds) and milk goats (Nubians). Dr. Kopp enjoys gardening and canning.
Dr. Kay Reasor grew up in Blacksburg, Virginia, and graduated from Virginia Tech with a B.S. in Animal Science and a minor in Biology. She is a 1991 graduate of the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine and has been with Community Animal Clinic since 1996. She and her husband raise beef cattle and meat goats and enjoy endurance riding.
Dr. Frances Grubb received a Bachelor of Animal and Poultry Science degree from Virginia Tech in 1997. She is a 2001 graduate of the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. Frances moved to Wytheville in 2001 and began employment at Community Animal Clinic in 2004. She and her husband live in Rural Retreat with their two children and 3 dogs.
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