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Staff

  • Shelby Ford
    DVM
    DVM
    'I have always loved animals and enjoyed medicine. Helping animals live longer and healthier lives is very rewarding. I have been blessed, honored, and humbled to have been trusted to help so many furry four-legged friends and family.'
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  • Ashley Bennett
    Veterinary Technician

    Ashley is a 2009 graduate of Pierpont Community and Technical College, receiving an Associate's Degree in Applied Sciences of Veterinary Technology. While in school, she especially enjoyed large animal research and became certified in artificial insemination. She continued her education at Potomac State College and West Virginia University studying Animal and Nutritional Science. After working at the North Central WV Emergency Clinic, Ashley joined our team in June 2011. She has a special interest in Emergency Medicine and Surgery. She lives in Buckhannon with her husband, Jamie, and her very spoiled Boston Terriers (Jasper and Jaxson) and Labrador Retriever (Elly). In her spare time she enjoys horseback riding, hunting, and fishing.

  • Olivia Nelson
    Registered Veterinary Technician
    Olivia graduated in 2013 from Pierpont Community & Technical College with an Associate Degree in Veterinary Technology. She started working with us in January 2014. She particularly enjoys emergency and internal medicine and of course puppy and kitten visits. Olivia lives in Clarksburg with her husband, Adam, and two little boys, Gavin and Noah. They have two dogs, Colbey and Tucker; and an ornery kitten named Oscar. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, shopping, coffee and chocolate.
  • Katelyn Fink
    Registered Veterinary Technician

    Katelyn is a Registered Veterinary Technician. Katelyn graduated from Robert C Byrd High School in 2011. She attended West Virginia University majoring in Animal and Nutritional Sciences before transferring to Fairmont State University. Katelyn graduated with an Associates Degree in Applied Sciences in Veterinary Technology in May 2014 from Pierpont Community & Technical College. While in the Veterinary Technician program, she received an award for 'Outstanding First Year Vet Tech Student'. Katelyn started working at Buckeye Run Veterinary Clinic part-time in June 2013; after college graduation, she became a full-time staff member. She completed her national board exam in November 2014 and the state board exam in June 2015. Katelyn and her husband, Mike, have 3 cats (Midget, Toby, and Paisley). They enjoy boating at Tygart Lake, hunting, fishing, and spending time with family.

  • Joy Marple
    Receptionist

    Joy was born and raised outside of Clarksburg. In 1996 Joy graduated from Garrett Community College in McHenry, MD as well as College Park MD, receiving a Bachelor of Science Degree in Agricultural Management and a Degree in Animal Science. She also became licensed in pesticide application, soil and water conservation, and artificial insemination. She had worked as a Veterinary Assistant for several years and joined our practice in 2014. She has 1 dog (Roxford). In her spare time Joy enjoys camping and outdoor activities with her husband and children.

  • Kim Wilsoncroft
    Veterinary Assistant
    Kim joined the team in 2008 as a veterinary assistant. She is kind, compassionate, caring and dependable. She currently is working part time and enjoying being a full time grandma. Her husband Chet and her reside in Salem and have 2 beautiful grandchildren.
  • Catniss and Effie
    Princess of the Office and The Mischievous One

    Catniss was rescued, but we're sure that she is convinced that she was in complete control of her situation. She performs her office duties of reminding the staff to feed her, pet her and clean her bathroom. Catniss used to tend to stay in the back, but recently, she began acting as our personal client greeter. Her nightlife consists of eating in excess and dancing on the table. She must do all her office work at night since the staff often finds pens strewn about the floor in the morning. Her favorite 'down time' activity is occupying Olivia's chair or her lap. She has volunteered to write the Blog, however she's having difficulty using the keyboard with her paws.


    Effie came to us in the early Summer of 2017. She was hanging out on the sidewalk in front of the clinic, trying to get in the dryer vent! Effie has always been a bit of a 'scaredy cat', but she's very mischievous! She likes to find new hiding spots and scare the staff when she jumps out. She also likes to pester Catniss - she will try to jump and play with Catniss, but Catniss isn't a fan. The staff is always finding paper clips, screws, and pens hidden in Effie's bed. Although she is timid, you might see her running past exam room doors when you visit the clinic.