Dr. BethAnn Gorby
I have lived in the Tri-State area practically all my life. I graduated as the Valedictorian from South Side Area High School in 1989 and attended Washington & Jefferson College for the next four years. I went on to The Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated with my DVM degree in 1997. My husband Steve and I have three wonderful kids ~ Tanner, Hunter and Kassie, along with two dogs, six cats, a rabbit, and koi fish. In my spare time, I enjoy reading and gardening.
I grew up on a farm with many animals and have always had a love for all of them. I knew when I was eight years old and got my first (and only) pet buck sheep that I wanted to be a veterinarian. I have never changed my mind and love what I do. Since graduating from veterinary school, I have worked at three different clinics in the Tri-State area. I enjoy helping the companion animals of the community and hope that as a whole, we can continue keeping our pets and furry friends healthy and happy.
Devynn Hopwood, Vet Assistant
Hello! My name is Devynn Hopwood and I have been a veterinary assistant at Animal Medical Clinic since July 2018. What started out as simply another job, has become much more than that! I am very passionate about providing education and resources to clients, in an attempt to allow each pet to live the best life possible.
I currently reside in Hancock County with my seven-year-old son, Shane, and my mother & father. Family is very important to me, and I don’t know where I would be without the love and support of my parents! Within our household, we have two dogs (Claire & Koda) and one cat (Princess).
When I am not working, I enjoy the finer things in life: being my son’s #1 fan at sporting events, hunting, fishing, and riding around in my jeep wrangler.
I look forward to meeting you and your pet when you visit Animal Medical Clinic!
Carly Mooney, Vet Assistant
Hello! My name is Carly Mooney and I joined the team at Animal Medical Clinic in May 2022. While my previous jobs have been in retail, those that are close to me would tell you that I have always had a special place in my heart for animals; in fact, my grandmother once told me that when I was three years old, I came across a baby mole that I picked up and kissed it right on the head. From that moment on, I have always tried to protect and care for those without a voice.
Growing up, my family always had pets which at any given time could range from dogs and cats to rabbits and reptiles. When I began working at the clinic, I had a 12 year old lab/husky mix (Maggie), an 8 year old cat (Cali girl), and a loveable chinchilla (Gray). However, you know what they say when you work within this field----there’s going to come a time in which you will take an animal home from work; shortly after beginning employment, a colleague had found a litter of kittens outside of her home, and I ended up adopting a spunky calico kitten (Willie).
When I’m not at work, I am usually spending time with my family, going camping, or supporting my loving boyfriend at his races.
I am privileged to work in a place where I have been able to turn passion into a profession. I can’t wait to meet you and your companions!
Baylee Lamb, Vet Assistant/Receptionist
Hello, my name is Baylee Lamb and I am 23 years old. I have four pets total: 1. Cletus, an orange, long-haired tabby whom I rescued from the shelter when they brought him in for an injured leg and being blind in one eye. 2. “BB”, a long-haired, grey and white tabby whom I rescued from the office when a client brought her in after finding her within their trashcan, injured. Unfortunately, someone had shot her in the head with a BB gun, not once, but twice! 3. Daisy, a pit-bull whom I rescued from the shelter when they brought her to the clinic due to a reaction to a medication. 4. A bearded dragon named Pancake.
A few of my hobbies include: hunting, fishing, cooking, and spending time with my family and animals. I also enjoy painting for a more relaxing hobby.
I love animals of all sorts and enjoy helping them live their lives to the fullest extent possible. This is why I absolutely enjoy working here at the clinic. Seeing dogs and cats of all ages brings joy to each day, especially when I can do my best with helping them. This job provides me with so many new learning experiences, and I am fortunate to be able to expand my knowledge regarding animal health and well-being.
I look forward to meeting you and your precious pets here at the clinic!
Lisa Hoder - Vet Receptionist
Hello! My name is Lisa Hoder and I am a 46-year-old mother of three, whom I love with all of my heart! Following the birth of my oldest daughter, I made the commitment of being a stay-at-home mother, to ensure that all of my children’s needs were met; now that my children are older, I have more time to focus on myself, and I have been blessed with a job that lets me enjoy one of my biggest loves: animals.
Ever since I was a little girl, I have loved all animals, big and small. Over the years, I have had the opportunity to own a variety of pets, but the majority of which have been dogs and cats. Luckily, my children and I share the same love for animals; in fact, one of my daughters, Baylee, is the second receptionist here at the clinic.
I currently reside in Hancock County with my dear husband, whom is a Sheriffs Deputy K9 officer. Within our home, we have six dogs (Winston, Odie, Stella, Charlie Brown, Bella, & K9 Brando), a rabbit, and the recent addition of a kitten (Opal).
I feel very fortunate to have the opportunity to get to know all of our clients and their precious pets!
Tre Beaumont - Practice Manager
Hello everyone! My name is Edward Beaumont III, but you may know me as Tre. I have been working at Animal Medical Clinic since May of 2020, and have had the privilege of being a veterinary assistant, and now the clinic manager. While a large portion of my job centers around the business portion of the practice, I do really enjoy seeing the pets that visit our clinic.
After graduating from Oak Glen High School, I attended West Liberty University and graduated with both a Bachelor’s degree & Master’s degree in Biology in 2018 and 2020, respectively. I am currently in the process of applying to veterinary school with the goal of attending school and specializing within the field of veterinary oncology.
My passion for animals began when I was a youngster and has continued to flourish over the years. I have had the privilege of owning a multitude of animals ranging from dogs and cats to reptiles and sugar gliders. Currently, I have two boxers (Axle & Maya), two cats (Pixie & Belle), several leopard geckos, and a handful of fish.
When I am not working, I tend to enjoy the simpler things in life. You can most often find me reading a good book, cooking or baking, tuning into some of my favorite reality tv shows, and planning a multitude of vacations (beach, specifically) that I may or may not be able to take.