Sarah Wallace, Veterinarian
Dr. Sarah Wallace graduated from The Ohio State University in May of 2020. When growing up she would play “dogtor” with various family pets and over time accumulated various animals that needed help or saved from the family cat. She thanks her parents for their patience and support while she brought in snapping turtles found along the road, baby birds that fell from their nests, and bunnies that the cat got ahold of.
Undergrad at The University of Findlay is where her career path changed and she found her niche in the barn. Still a girl who loves to dress up and wear her high heels and lipstick, she is just as excited to get into some boots and coveralls and get dirty working on cattle, and other large animals.
Dr. Wallace spends her spare time struggling to control her two large breed dogs as they pull her every which way as they explore and chase squirrels. She currently has three animals- a Irish Wolfhound named Waffles, a Great Dane named Gypsy, and a naked cat named Scrotum. When not spending time with her pets she’s usually spending time with her family, thrifting, exploring new places, or participating in some sort of sporting activity. All in all she considers herself a “pretty rad individual”.
Linda, Veterinary Technician
Linda joined our team as a veterinary technician in March 2020. She brings more than 35 years of veterinary experience to Scenic City Veterinary Services.
Linda has both an associate’s degree in Veterinary Technology and certification in Veterinary Management from St. Petersburg College. She began her career as a veterinary technician/receptionist at Highland Animal Hospital in Florida in 1979. After working there for nearly two decades, she transferred to another hospital as a receptionist for more than 10 years and moved to be the practice Manager of Bluffs Animal Hospital in Florida beginning in April 2009. Prior to joining our team, she served as receptionist at Sequoyah Animal Hospital in Soddy Daisy.
When she’s not spending her free time fishing or spending time with her husband, Linda has four dogs to care for — a Pomeranian named Stella; a West Highland White Terrier named Abbey; a terrier mix named Peanut; and a Lab named Bristol.
Emilee, Veterinary Technician
Emilee grew up surrounded by animals on her family’s Bledsoe County farm—she likes to say that she’s wanted to work in the veterinary field ever since she could walk! Emilee is thrilled to use her natural talents with animals on a daily basis as one of South Rhea Animal Hospital and Scenic City’s Veterinary Technicians. Emilee attended Chattanooga State Community College to study veterinary technology, and was assigned to South Rhea Animal Hospital for a semester to complete her clinical rotations. It wasn’t long before Dr. Price offered her a job—Emilee happily accepted in the spring of 2017 and has been a member of the clinic family ever since. As a Tech, Emilee especially enjoys laboratory work and blood-draws. She’s also fond of educating the area’s pet owners on proper care techniques for their beloved companions—at the end of the day, she loves knowing that she’s made a difference in another’s life! Outside of work, Emilee likes attending church, spending quality time with family and friends, and doting on her own pets at home. She has two cats, White Paws and Chance, as well as a pair of dogs who go by Scamp and Mollie.
Our team is also kind. The members treat each patient, whether healthy or sick, with plenty of love and attention. They educate owners on the importance of preventative care to keep their pets healthy, while doing everything they can to help when their pets are not feeling well.
If you would like to speak to one of our staff, feel free to contact us today at (423) 661-2255.