Tim Dalpiaz, DVM
Tim Dalpiaz, graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2003, where he earned his DVM. Dr. Dalpiaz then completed his clinical internship at Louisiana State University, where he was able to work alongside several accomplished board-certified oncology specialists with a wide variety of medical conditions. His professional interests include: oncology, surgery, and dentistry.
When Dr. Dalpiaz is not busy caring for his patients, he enjoys snowboarding, kayaking, hiking, traveling, and parachuting. He lives in the Tri-cities with his two daughters, and their sphynx cats Joe and SJ.
Whitney Lemarr, DVM
Whitney Lemarr, graduated from Auburn University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2005, where she earned her DVM. After graduating Dr. Lemarr completed her clinical internship at Carolina Veterinary Specialists in Greensboro, NC. Dr. Lemarr especially enjoys internal medicine, where she has the ability to treat a broad spectrum of patients.
In Dr. Lemarr’s spare time, she enjoys hiking, biking and reading anything that she can get her hands on. Dr. Lemarr resides in the Tri-Cities with her son, several dogs, cats.
Sara Newell, DVM
Sara Newell, attended Mississippi State University for her undergraduate degree, and went on to graduate from the University of Tennessee in 2001, where she earned her DVM. Dr. Newell worked in a mixed animal practice in Sevier County for a year and a half after graduating, but since then moved back to the Tri City area where she has been practicing ever since. She enjoys building relationships with her patients and their families, and particularly enjoys dentistry, internal medicine, and physical rehabilitation.
During her free time, Dr. Newell can be found camping, hiking, and curling up with a good book. Born and raised in the Tri-Cities, Dr. Newell lives in Jonesborough with her family, dogs, cats, horse, and chickens!
Brooke Baker, DVM
Dr. Brooke Baker is originally from Dalton, Georgia but fell in love with the East Tennessee mountains during her undergraduate studies. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from East Tennessee State University, with a concentration in chemistry and biology. Dr. Baker attended veterinary school at Ross University on the Caribbean island of St. Kitts; she completed her clinical year at the University of Tennessee.
Dr. Baker’s interests include soft tissue surgery and educating clients on preventative measures to keeping their pets happy and healthy. In her free time, Dr. Baker enjoys spending time with her two rescue dogs Charlie and Gurdy as well as her cat named Toad. Her hobbies include gardening, canning, scuba diving, and travel.
Licensed Veterinary Medical Technicians
Katie Hall, LVMT