Our History

Williamson County Animal Hospital first opened its doors in the fall of 1975.   

Williamson County Animal Hospital first opened its doors in the fall of 1975.   


In the early years, founding Veterinarian partners Dr. Donnie Headrick and Dr. Paul Vaden treated both livestock and small animals in what was then a very small rural community. 

In the early years, founding Veterinarian partners Dr. Donnie Headrick and Dr. Paul Vaden treated both livestock and small animals in what was then a very small rural community. 

 

The small clinic that began with a few employees and farm calls has evolved over the years with the changing landscape. 

 

 

In 1991, Dr. Forrest Reynolds joined the team, followed by his brother, Dr Shaun Reynolds, in 1995.


Since then, much has changed at the hospital. 

 


Today, for example, the veterinarians provide care exclusively for small companion animals.

The veterinarian team has also grown significantly!

Dr. Lee Stockstill, Dr. Louise Barrett, Dr. Michael Rader, and Dr. Jackie Jones have since joined the Williamson County Animal Hospital family; increasing available time for the care of more patients and allowing for on-site  consultations if needed. 


In 2014, the original building got a face-lift. Without closing the hospital doors during construction, the building transformed into a modern, state-of-the-art environment that each staff member is proud to welcome clients into. 

Some things, however, haven't changed...
Then and now, our team of doctors, technicians, and support staff work diligently to provide the best possible medical, surgical, and dental care for each and every patient. Everyone here at Williamson County Animal Hospital is committed to promoting responsible pet ownership, preventative medication, and the highest standard of medical care. 


 

Join us today today and experience the Williamson County Animal Hospital difference!