Stephanie Geary, a vet assistant practicing at the clinic, is pacifying and making sure a dog is calm while Dr. Nikki Poole is carefully drawing blood out of a vein to make sure its done with least discomfort.
Piper, a canine lodger at the Leitchfield Veterinary Clinic, which has been operated for the past 11 years by Dr. Todd Ray, enjoys its stay while its owners were away. There are three vets at the clinic, which plays a vital role in caring for the pets of Grayson County. Owners leave their pets at the clinic for lodging because they know they are given the best care possible.
Ruthie and Morris Johnson, who have been clients for over 15 years, patiently wait outside the Leitchfield Veterinary Clinic to pacify their dogs Hopper and Jumper before they enter the clinic.
The camaraderie of the team at the Leitchfield Veterinary clinic is so evident. They are called the Leitchfield Dream Team because they are a family and have each others back. Stephanie Geary just discovered that morning that her pet Guinea Pig is actually a male and they are sharing a funny moment here.
Mako the ferret always finds a way to crack up Dr. Nikki Poole with his super brazen and amusing character even after a really bad day. Nikki says all she needs is five minutes with her ferrets and she is as good as new.
Dr. Todd Ray and his staff check to see if they like the Halloween special “Blood Vampire” soap flavor. They are big on Halloween themes and pranks at the Leitchfield Veterinary Clinic.
Williiam H. Thomason former mayor of Leitchfield, brings his cat Thomas over to the clinic to get his health condition checked, after catching him back the previous day. The cat had ran away from home. He was so concerned about his cat, while the Vets give him a thorough check.
Dr. Nikki Poole feeds peanut butter to two dogs. Peanut butter is the secret to getting most dog patients distracted during treatments, especially before administering shots. Every exam room at the Leitchfield Veterinary Clinic has a peanut butter jar.
Bo the German Shepherd is fitted with an endotracheal tube, while being operated on to make sure anesthesia is safely administered to prevent any aspiration into the lungs and clear the airway.
Brenda Smith, a clinic customer since 1992, with her dog Cece. She believes the vets at the clinic do their best in treating fur babies. Most of the customers of the Leitchfield Veterinary Clinic are long-term customers.