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!
Scotchie Davis, DVM
Dr. Davis has over 30 years of experience in veterinary medicine. He was born in Laurel, Mississippi and has lived in Olive Branch for over 20 years. He received his associate’s degree from Jones County Junior College in 1983 and received his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Mississippi State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 1988. He has worked at several animal hospitals throughout his career and founded Horn Lake Animal Hospital in 1995 and Walls Animal Hospital in 2002. In 2005, Dr. Davis purchased the Emergency Animal Hospital and merged it with Horn Lake Animal Hospital, so that the hospital now offers full-service care along with 24/7 emergency services.
Dr. Davis is dedicated to working with and supporting pet owners to help their companions enjoy long, healthy lives. With Center Hill Animal Clinic, he and Dr. Fleming have created a practice that is warm, friendly, and welcoming to families and their beloved pets.
Dr. Davis is a proud member of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), the Mississippi Veterinary Medical Association (MVMA), and the Tennessee Veterinary Medical Association (TVMA). He and his wife, Sheryl Garner Davis, have one son, Connor. His four-legged family members include three Chihuahuas named Callie, Chloe, and Zoe, a Springer Spaniel named Murphy, and two cats, Tux and Cedo.
Tim Fleming, DVM
Dr. Fleming received his doctorate in 1995 from Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine. He received additional training from the University of Tennessee and Orthomed in advanced orthopedics procedures, including MMP (Modified Maquet Procedure) and RidgeStop (patella) surgery. Dr. Fleming is also the former owner of Desoto County Animal Clinic in Southaven, which he owned for over 10 years.
In the past, Dr. Fleming has served as the North District Mississippi Veterinary Medical Association (MVMA) Representative (2 terms), the MVMA Treasurer, and the Alternate Delegate to the AVMA House of Delegates. He is currently serving as Vice President of the MVMA.
His proudest accomplishment is his wonderful family, which includes his wife, Millie, their oldest daughter, Dr. Bailey Fleming Poling (also a veterinarian), and their youngest daughter, Maddie. Their four-legged family includes Domino, a mini Goldendoodle, and Sirius, a Domestic Shorthair cat. Dr. Fleming’s hobbies include fly fishing and other outdoor activities, and being with his 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.
Since childhood, Teddy’s life has revolved around animals. At 8 years old, she saw Jane Goodall on the very first National Geographic special on chimpanzees. Jane became a hero and inspiration that would influence the trajectory of Teddy’s life. At 12, Teddy started her career at a small zoo on an island. Over the years, she has had the honor of working with animals all over the world, from Australia to Guyana. For Teddy, it is a privilege to play even just a small part in helping to heal the environment and all its creatures.
Teddy has a remarkable family that includes her daughter and son-in-law, their three children, and a Sky Terrier named Mayflower. Her own animal family consists of eight cats: Winifred Eszmerelda, Eliza Doolittle, Leopold the Great, Clara Bow, Scout, Lazarus, Bronwyk, and Figaro. She recently lost her canine companion of 13 years, a 220-pound English Mastiff named Rubius Hagrid. Hagrid was a friend, coworker, and blood donor who saved many lives with his donations.
For Teddy, the highlight of working in veterinary medicine is being able to save lives, even in the smallest way. She believes strongly in keeping families whole by keeping their pets healthy. Outside of work, Teddy enjoys making pottery, reading, organic gardening, and making organic soap and candles.
Cyerra received emergency vet training at Horn Lake Animal Hospital, is CPR-certified through Desoto Central, and received further veterinary training with ACT (Animal Care Technologies). She knew she wanted to work in the veterinary industry since she was a little girl; her love for the job runs deep. Cyerra started out as a pet nurse for a breeder but wanted to get more in-depth in the industry. She began working at Horn Lake as a morning technician, then worked her way up to 16-hour ER shifts. Cyerra then followed Dr. Davis to Center Hill Animal Clinic for a new adventure.
Seeing the unconditional love that animals have for their humans and putting their needs first is important to Cyerra, who has a four-legged family member of her own: Papa Doc, an 85lb. Bulldog/Staffordshire mix. Some of her favorite things to do outside of work include having brunch with her girls, running, traveling, and trying different restaurants (she especially loves wine and cheese).
Professional Groomer Available
Call us today to set up a grooming appointment for your pet. We offer grooming on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and will be pleased to provide breed specific cuts, trims, shave downs, and cat grooms.
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!