Meet the Team
Dr. Jon M. Todd
Dr. Jon M. Todd was born and raised in northern Alabama where his family was involved in raising cattle, horses, and row crops. After graduating high school in 1983, he attended Auburn University, majoring in Animal Science following with a masters in Endocrinology. Upon graduation from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1990, Dr. Todd moved to Logan County where he began his career at the Logan County Animal Clinic, which he later purchased in 1993.
Dr. Monroe Slaton
Dr. Monroe Slaton joined the clinic in November, 2017. He has been practicing veterinary medicine since 1968. Dr. Slaton earned his bachelors degree from Western Kentucky University and his doctorate of veterinary medicine from Auburn University. Dr. Slaton and his wife, Carolyn, reside in Bowling Green.
Kim is our head technician and has worked in the veterinary field since 2010. She resides in Auburn with her three sons, three dogs, a bird, three hermit crabs, one chameleon, six chickens and three ducks. During her time in the veterinary field both her love of animals and passion for their well being has grown immensely. She has a green thumb when it comes to rehabilitating animals of all kinds such as deer, squirrels, opossums, and birds. She is devoted to giving each and every one of our patients the highest quality of care and cannot wait to meet you and your fur babies.
Kalee has worked at the clinic for seven years beginning as a kennel assistant before working her way up to technician. She chose the field of veterinary medicine because of her need to make a difference. She loves the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of our patients and their families. Kalee is a Logan County native and resides in Russellville with her husband, Taylor, and their son, Noah.
Sally is our Bookkeeper. She started with us in November, 2016. Sally lives in Bowling Green with her dog Maci.
After getting her start with animal rescue organizations, Whitney joined our team because she wanted to make a difference in the lives of those whom have no voice. Whitney resides in Clarksville with her two children, a cat named Hazel, and dog, Timber, which she adopted from Best Friends Animal Rescue.
Jessie is our head receptionist. She has been involved with the animal service industry since 2009. She resides in Russellville with her husband, two sons, and cat, Stella. In her spare time she enjoys rooting on the Kentucky Wildcats basketball team. Jessie cannot wait to meet your furry family member. She is pictured here with Chloe, one of our clinic cats, and together they are two peas in a pod!
Lindy is a Logan County native with a passion for horses. At age two she began riding and has not stopped since. She met her husband while in the military where she was a helicopter crew chief. Upon returning to Logan County she purchased her family farm where she resides with her three horses, six cats, two dogs, and her beloved "fishing hole".
Jazmond is one of our technicians. The joy and love for helping animals has lead Jazmond to pursue her veterinary technician degree. A Hopkinsville native, Jazmond resides in Russellville with her fiance and daughter, as well as her cat, Captain Morgan Freeman, and her Hedgehog, Charlotte.
Auburn has been working here at Logan County Animal Clinic from the time she would walk and talk. Most know her as the daughter of Dr. Todd! She currently works as a Receptionist, but helps as a Technician as well, she can do it all. She is enrolled at Cedar Valley College out of Lancaster, Texas studying to be a Certified Veterinary Technician through the AAHA Distance Education Veterinary Technician Program (DEVTP). Auburn and her Golden Retriever, Rhett will be happy to greet you at the front desk!
Jessica is one of our kennel assistants. She is a native of Russellville and a graduate of Logan County High School. She attends WKU, where she studies nursing.
Dominique serves as one of our kennel assistants. She is a senior at Logan County High School and served as JROTC Battalion Commander. After graduation she plans on attending Western Kentucky University and continuing her service with the National Guard.