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Dr. Tammy Kennedy

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Background

Employment History

Education

  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
  • B.S. , domestic animal Biology
    University of Arkansas
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Trumann Animal Clinic
www.trumannanimalclinic.com, 8 Feb 2011 [cached]
Dr. Tammy Kennedy
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Dr. Tammy Kennedy is a native of Greenwood, Arkansas. She received her B.S. in domestic animal Biology from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in Baton Rouge. After practicing for 2 years in Lake Charles, Louisiana, she and her husband Bud, moved to Jonesboro, Arkansas. Since then Dr. Kennedy has been working part-time at Trumann Animal Clinic. Her husband is a professor in Animal Science at Arkansas State University.
Trumann Animal Clinic
www.trumannanimalclinic.net, 27 Feb 2005 [cached]
Tammy Kennedy
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Dr. Tammy Kennedy is a native of Greenwood, Arkansas.She received her B.S. in domestic animal Biology from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in Baton Rouge.After practicing for 2 years in Lake Charles, Louisiana, she and her husband Bud, moved to Jonesboro, Arkansas.Since then Dr. Kennedy has been working part-time at Trumann Animal Clinic.Her husband is a professor in Animal Science at Arkansas State University.
A rabies shot by itself, given ...
www.jonesborosun.com, 11 Sept 2010 [cached]
A rabies shot by itself, given by veterinarian Tammy Kennedy, will be $10.
Veterinarian Tammy Kennedy ...
www.jonesborosun.com, 27 Jan 2008 [cached]
Veterinarian Tammy Kennedy gives Bandit, an 8-year-old schnauzer, a shot during a checkup while Kennedy's husband, Bud, keeps the animal still.Kennedy operates Best Friends Vet, a mobile vet clinic that makes house calls in the Jonesboro area.
Pet project
by mark randall
JONESBORO â€" Tammy Kennedy was a little skeptical at first about the idea of making house calls.
In the old days, "horse doctors," as they were called, were part of the fabric of country living.Veterinarians often would make trips to farms to check on the family cow or stable of horses.Like deliveries from the milkman, house calls have mostly gone the way of the dinosaur.
But when Kennedy and her husband Bud, a professor of animal science at Arkansas State University, began researching a mobile veterinary clinic for Jonesboro, they discovered that the service was actually a lot more common in some states than they thought.
"It's done a lot in other states like Texas, Florida and California," Kennedy said."It's just not been done here with small animals."
Kennedy, who has been a veterinarian in Jonesboro for 13 years, started Best Friends Vet Mobile Service in October 2006.The practice specializes in providing in-home veterinary care primarily to dogs and cats in the Jonesboro area, but she will travel to surrounding communities.
"I like to stay in Jonesboro," Kennedy said."But we do go to the surrounding area.I will charge an additional fee if I go outside Jonebsoro.But within the city limits I don't charge an additional house call fee with an exam or vaccinations."
Kennedy said they have all kinds of clients, but the service has been especially helpful to elderly and handicapped pet owners and for those who have multiple pets or young children for which making a trip to a clinic can be an inconvenience.
Most of the time and money spent on procedures at veterinary clinics to keep pets healthy can be performed in the convenience of a pet owner's home, she said.In fact, an in-home visit is often a lot less stressful on the animal.
"The animals are a lot more laid back," Kennedy said.
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"It's actually a stackable Stanley tool chest," Kennedy said.
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Kennedy said the mobile service seems to be catching on.Since starting the practice a year ago, more than 200 clients have had her come to their homes to treat their pets.
"At first they are like ‘you're going to come to my house?'" Kennedy said."But they have been very receptive to it.It's growing.Every week we get new calls.It's just a convenience for them not to have to drive to the clinic."
Having a mobile clinic has also allowed Kennedy to spend more time with her family.She started the mobile service so she could home-school the couple's youngest daughter, Claire, who has dyslexia, and still be able to continue practicing veterinary medicine on a part-time basis.
Kennedy home-schools Claire in the mornings and sees clients in the afternoons, evenings and on Saturdays.
"That's definitely an advantage," Kennedy said.
JONESBORO â€" Tammy Kennedy was ...
www.jonesborosun.com, 27 Jan 2008 [cached]
JONESBORO â€" Tammy Kennedy was a little skeptical at first about the idea of making house calls.
In the old days, "horse doctors," as they were called, were part of the fabric of country living.Veterinarians often would make trips to farms to check on the family cow or stable of horses.Like deliveries from the milkman, house calls have mostly gone the way of the dinosaur.
But when Kennedy and her husband Bud, a professor of animal science at Arkansas State University, began researching a mobile veterinary clinic for Jonesboro, they discovered that the service was actually a lot more common in some states than they thought.
"It's done a lot in other states like Texas, Florida and California," Kennedy said."It's just not been done here with small animals."
Kennedy, who has been a veterinarian in Jonesboro for 13 years, started Best Friends Vet Mobile Service in October 2006.The practice specializes in providing in-home veterinary care primarily to dogs and cats in the Jonesboro area, but she will travel to surrounding communities.
"I like to stay in Jonesboro," Kennedy said."But we do go to the surrounding area.I will charge an additional fee if I go outside Jonebsoro.But within the city limits I don't charge an additional house call fee with an exam or vaccinations."
Kennedy said they have all kinds of clients, but the service has been especially helpful to elderly and handicapped pet owners and for those who have multiple pets or young children for which making a trip to a clinic can be an inconvenience.
Most of the time and money spent on procedures at veterinary clinics to keep pets healthy can be performed in the convenience of a pet owner's home, she said.In fact, an in-home visit is often a lot less stressful on the animal.
"The animals are a lot more laid back," Kennedy said.
...
"It's actually a stackable Stanley tool chest," Kennedy said.
...
Kennedy said the mobile service seems to be catching on.Since starting the practice a year ago, more than 200 clients have had her come to their homes to treat their pets.
"At first they are like ‘you're going to come to my house?'" Kennedy said."But they have been very receptive to it.It's growing.Every week we get new calls.It's just a convenience for them not to have to drive to the clinic."
Having a mobile clinic has also allowed Kennedy to spend more time with her family.She started the mobile service so she could home-school the couple's youngest daughter, Claire, who has dyslexia, and still be able to continue practicing veterinary medicine on a part-time basis.
Kennedy home-schools Claire in the mornings and sees clients in the afternoons, evenings and on Saturdays.
"That's definitely an advantage," Kennedy said.
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