Meet Our Team
Choosing the best veterinary team to care for your pet and provide you with the knowledge to give them a long, happy life is important. Take a moment to meet our accomplished veterinarians and compassionate, hard-working staff members—we look forward to meeting you and your pet very soon!
Virginia Shaul, DVM
Dr. Shaul received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine and has been practicing in the Olive Branch area for the past several years. Her areas of practice include canine and feline medicine and surgery. She also has special interests in both canine and feline dentistry, behavior, and dermatology.
Jamie Bishop, DVM
Dr. Bishop received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine and has been practicing in both Shelby and DeSoto County for the past several years. Her areas of practice also include canine and feline medicine and surgery. She has special interests in canine and feline ultrasound, reproduction, and nutrition.
Practice Manager / Behavior Consultant
Michelle received her Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Technology at Mississippi State University in 2014. Michelle also has experience in animal behavior and was a successful dog trainer for several years. As Center Hill’s behavioral consultant, Michelle uses her expertise to offer guidance on a variety of behavioral needs and situations. Her other interests include competing in horse shows and caring for a variety of farm animals including chickens, ducks, horses, and donkeys. Michelle loves working breed dogs and has German shepherds, but she will always have a soft spot in her heart for chihuahuas.
Lead Veterinary Assistant
Rebecca has worked in the veterinary field for the last 6 years, starting as a kennel assistant and working her way up to a lead veterinary assistant role. Her favorite aspect of her job is helping with surgical and dental procedures on both cats and dogs. She loves helping patients get better quickly so that they can return home to their families. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her two dogs and two horses. She also likes to trail ride and compete in horse shows with her quarter horse, Jack.
Veterinary Assistant / Client Reception
Starla has been working in the veterinary profession in several roles since 2003. She has a love for veterinary medicine that stems from seeing very sick patients come in and watching them get better with great veterinary care.
Starla shares her love of animals with her husband and son. Their furry family includes a rescue pit named Levi, their cat, Stewie, and her son's ferret Sophie. When she isn't helping animals, Starla enjoys spending her free time reading Stephen King novels, arts and crafts, and watching Netflix with her family.
Amy has worked in a veterinary practice environment for over 20 years and has a lot of compassion not only for pets but for people as well. She always works hard to serve others and put their happiness first. Her favorite part of being with Center Hill Animal Clinic is seeing new pets grow with and become a valued part of their family.
Amy is a proud mother of two and a grandmother of two, and she shares her home with several animal companions, including Blue, a Great Dane; Oreo, a Chihuahua; Marvin, an orange and white tabby, and lots of exotic fish. When she’s not at work, Amy enjoys swimming, riding horses, camping, and traveling.
Veterinary Assistant / Kennel Manager
Winston has been working in the veterinary field since 2014 as both a veterinary and kennel assistant. Prior to joining the veterinary field, he worked as a licensed pharmacy technician in the Memphis area. He believes that every animal has the right to be happy and healthy, and it warms his heart that he can help animals in need. Winston especially likes helping deliver puppies and seeing them take their first breath in the world. Outside of work, Winston enjoys traveling and spending time with his Papillon mix dog, Ty, and his domestic shorthair kitty, Stitch.
Andrea has worked in the veterinary field for the past few years and enjoys working with animals of any kind. She is a full-time student at the University of Memphis and is working toward her goal of becoming a veterinarian. Her love for animals started at a young age, and she enjoys working with Center Hill’s clients—both humans and animals. She knows intermediate American Sign Language and is studying to become fluent so she can communicate and interact with the Deaf community. She and her husband have 3 pets: Demi, Lorraine, and Meowticia. Her other interests include baking, horror movies, and going to the gym.
Shelli has worked in the veterinary field in a variety of roles for over a decade. From a young age, she has always been passionate about animals of all kinds. Shelli has helped animals both big and small—in clinics, on farms, and even at the zoo. She has a rescue dog named Charlie Brown who is a pointer mix, along with a couple of pet fish. Outside of work, she likes to spend as much time outdoors as possible. She enjoys kayaking, hiking, and attending live sporting events. When she’s not at work or at a game, she likes traveling and visiting her family and their pets.
Bella is a kennel assistant and current senior at Olive Branch High School. After graduation, she plans to pursue a degree in veterinary medicine. Bella grew up with a love for animals and has been taking extra classes throughout school to work towards her goal of becoming a veterinarian. Her position at Center Hill has introduced her to veterinary medicine, and she looks forward to coming into work each day to learn more about the field she plans to enter after college. To her, the most rewarding part is to see sickly animals leave happy and healthy. She enjoys spending time with her Labrador Retriever, Cassie, her two cats, Price and Jojo, and her rabbit, Blizzard. Outside of work and school, she enjoys camping, swimming, reading, and watching horror movies with her friends.
Angus has a very important job at Center Hill Animal Clinic. As our resident clinic cat, he’s responsible for supervising our team, greeting our guests, and being the adorable troublemaker that all of our staff and clients love. Angus accepts payment in the form of cheek scratches, chin rubs, and treats. If you see him at your next visit, be sure to say hello!