Learn a little more about the Doctors at 5 Points Animal Hospital by reading below!

Dr.  Good

Dr. Good was born in Honolulu, Hawaii and raised in Chicago, Illinois. He earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Sciences from the University of Illinois.

Following graduation, he completed a one-year small animal medicine and surgery rotating internship at VCA Aurora Specialty Animal Hospital where his focus was on small animal emergency/critical care as well as surgery, ophthalmology, and cardiology. He then joined Nashville Veterinary Specialists and Animal Emergency in the Emergency Department in 2016 where he worked with Nashville’s emergent animal needs and critical care patients. He lives with his beautiful wife Bryana Lavery Good, who owns East Nashville’s Dogs to Frogs Pet Sitting, and their zoo (4 dogs and 2 cats). When not working he loves music, movies, football, and hockey.

Dr. Good is a Fear Free certified practitioner which means that he has completed a training program for veterinary professionals geared towards recognizing and reducing fear, anxiety, and stress associated with visits to the veterinary hospital and creating an overall experience that is safer and more positive for pets and their owners.

Dr Good, his family, & pets Dr Good holding an owl

 

Dr. Windham

Dr. Rhonda Windham is excited to join 5 Points Animal Hospital and provide her medical expertise to local pets in East Nashville. Originally from San Francisco,
Dr. Windham graduated from The University College Dublin, in Ireland in 2006, and then completed an internship at Fifth Avenue Veterinary Specialist in NYC. After her internship, she worked for several years as a forensic veterinarian at the ASPCA, where she was an advocate for abused and neglected animals in court.

Dr. Windham has a special interest in feline medicine and integrative medicine and is a certified fear free practitioner. She is also a member of the American Association of Feline Practitioners and has been trained at The Chi Institute in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM), which includes veterinary acupuncture.

When she’s not caring for your pets she enjoys baking, going to concerts and listening to live music and playing Cornhole. She also enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband Mike and their shelter dog Marshall.

5 Points - Dr. Windham

 

Dr. McKinley

Dr. McKinley is known as what Georgians call a “Double Dawg,” he received both undergraduate and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degrees from The University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia. When asked about his decision to become a veterinarian he said, “I have always pursued the discipline of veterinary medicine but my defining moment was a simple ride through a dairy farm with my dad as a kid, I was enamored! I fell in love with the animals and from that point on had a passion for animals.” Justin feels he most identifies as an Elk! He enjoys being a part of a group, is loyal, and likes to be heard. When not working, you can often find Dr. McKinley taking his dogs for a walk, kayaking, or even taking in the views while fishing in a quiet stream. “If one animal impacted me most it would be my childhood dog, Jasmine. She was my first dog and loved my family and me dearly. She also showed me what true loyalty was and knew I wanted to show her the same commitment, so I worked hard to make sure I could care for every other family’s ‘Jasmine.'”

Dr. McKinley with his dogs Dr. McKinley with his dogs

 

Dr. Murray

Dr. Susan Murray was born and raised in Bowling Green, Kentucky, and is thrilled to live in the region again. She obtained a B.S. in biochemistry from WKU and her DVM from Auburn University. When she realized at an early age that her dreams of becoming either a horse or a running back in the NFL were highly unlikely, she decided to become a veterinarian and has never looked back. She and her husband have had many pets over the years from Irish wolfhounds to foundling kittens. While at Auburn, she adopted a pair of senior, sibling blood donor cats. Having never lived in a home before, they met each experience with curiosity and adapted quickly to their surroundings, learning to love their new lives. They showed her the value of openness to different people and possibilities. This has endured in her interests in travel, learning about different cultures, and history. When not working, Dr. Murray enjoys reading, hiking, and enjoying nature. An online quiz revealed that her spirit animal is a lion, which explains her inability to become a horse as a child.

Dr. Murray

 

Now that you know our team, check out what our patients (and their owners) have to say about our services! Learn more about us to see what makes 5 Points Animal Hospital so special.

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