The quiet moments spent together. The adventures. The way they greet you when you get home. The love that you share with your dog or cat means the world to you. It means the world to us, too.
This isn’t a job to us. Giving you more years, more moments, and more love with your pet is our calling in life. It is who we have always been, and who we are meant to be. Now, meet the team by your side.
When we look into the eyes of an animal, we see innocence. We feel a soul that deserves to be loved and cared for. We see our purpose in life. Giving your pet the best life possible is our passion. Now, meet the team by your side.
Jon M. Todd
Very few people can honestly say that they love waking up every day and going to their dream job, but I can. I’m Jon M. Todd and I’m the owner of Logan County Animal Clinic. From my earliest memories I have always know that I was going to be a veterinarian. Growing up on a small cotton and sorghum cane farm in north Alabama sounds horrible to most, but I wouldn’t change a thing. I grew up with my best friend in the other end of my house, My Granddad. He was the most influential person of my life. He saw and believed in my love of animals. We had every farm animal known. From the family milk cow, chickens, pigs, beef cows, horses and mules, to the numerous dogs and cats that made us smile. He recognized early on that education was of utmost importance and pushed me to be all that I could be. Being the first in my family of four to attend college was a daunting experience. Moving to Auburn University after graduating from a small rural high school in Albertville Alabama, was an AUsome experience that most can only dream of. Growing up in the “Lovliest village on the plains” is without a doubt one of my life’s best experiences. Graduating cum laude from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine was a dream that sadly my Granddad missed, I moved to Logan County Kentucky in June of 1990 and never looked back. The friendly hometown charm caused me to stay and build a life caring for all types of animals. When I started at LCAC, it was a large animal only practice. After purchasing Logan County Animal Clinic in 1994, we started seeing small animals as well, and from there we have become an AAHA accredited small animal clinic known for our state of the art facility and our ability to take on the most difficult cases. “Every Pet, Every Person, Every Time” is not only our moto, but our way of life. We have and continue to add to our team, some of the brightest and best people in the industry, and have aligned ourselves with management groups and specialist to continue to improve the lives of pets and their families throughout south central Kentucky and middle Tennessee.
Every Pet, Every Person, Every Time
“The pessimist complains about the wind. The optimist expects it to change. The leader adjusts the sails.”
Sally, a native of Elkton, joined LCAC in November 2015. She oversees all accounting functions at Logan County Animal Clinic in addition to being bookkeeper for the Bowling Green Hot Rods single A minor league baseball team and Vette City Catering.
She has two children, five grandchildren & lives in Bowling Green with her Yorkie named Maci. She enjoys being outdoors, traveling to the beach and most of all spending time with her grandchildren & fiancé Ken Clary.
My name is Kim Starks. I have been with Logan County Animal Clinic for almost 7 years. I have 4 wonderful boys at home, Austin who is 17 who is joining the army after high school, Dylan, 15, Tyler, 10, and Wyatt, 2. They are my world. We attend New Harmony Baptist Church. We have 3 dogs, Bryson, Kenzie, and Waylon. One cat Kodi and a hamster named Stone. We also have a 21-year-old cockatoo named Angel. I love being able to make a difference in our fur babies lives and to able to help someone without a voice. To me this is not a job it is truly my passion. I love to hangout with my boys and to go fishing and to ride four wheelers. I am a family person and just like my own kids at home, LCAC is my home away from home.
Auburn, Dr Todd’s daughter has worked at Logan County Animal Clinic most of her lifetime. Auburn was raised in Logan County, she graduated from Logan County High School in 2016. Auburn is broadening her education by going to Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College and starting the Surgical Technology Program in August 2020. On her off days Auburn can be found with her Golden Retrievers, Rhett, Raegan, and Rexha.
“When I look into the eyes of an animal, I do not see an animal. I see a living being. I see a friend. I feel a soul.”
Cody was born and raised just north of Nashville, Tennessee. Pop culture, comic books, pro wrestling, and a steady supply of his favorite local sports teams propelled him through his formative years. Graduating from Pleasant View Christian Academy in 2009, he began his college education at Nashville State Community College before transferring to Austin Peay State University. There he test drove a few different majors before choosing to pursue a career in veterinary medicine. In 2016 he graduated with a bachelors in agriculture with a concentration on pre-veterinary medicine and a minor in chemistry. He would return to APSU a year later to become a member of their inaugural Vet-Tech program and in 2019 graduated with his second bachelors degree and joined the LCAC team later that same year.
Caitlin graduated college for her veterinary technician degree in 2011 from Stautzenberger College in Brecksville, OH. She currently lives in La Fayette, KY on her small farm which includes a variety of horses, a turkey, chickens, pigs, guenia pigs, cats and dogs. Caitlin’s past time when she was younger was getting grounded for always bringing home stray animals. Presently, when Caitlin is not at work, she enjoys anything outdoors with her 2 children and the animals.
Katy is originally from Ohio where she grew up spending her summers showing horses in the local 4-H, participating in FFA and spending time on her uncle’s beef cattle farm. After graduating from Miami of Ohio with a BA, she began her career in lending as a Mortgage and Junior Loan officer. In 2014, Katy rediscovered her love of animals when she moved west to Wyoming, where she worked as a Wrangler in the Grand Tetons. After her season at the ranch, she continued west to California where she began her career in veterinary medicine at an emergency and specialty hospital in Santa Barbara. While Katy loved her career in vet med, she missed her family and decided to moved back east to Nashville. There she worked at a GP and then an emergency and specialty hospital for several years before moving to quiet Franklin, KY. In June of 2020, word of mouth brought her to join the team at Logan County Animal Clinic. When not at work, Katy can be found hiking with her dog, Teton, at a rodeo or spending time with friends around a bonfire.
“Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.”
I am Kylee Gilliam, one of the receptionists here at Logan County Animal Clinic. I graduated from Logan County High School in 2016. I have a one year old boy, Nash Riley and am engaged to my high school sweetheart, Coit. You can find us either outside, binge watching Netflix, or trying new local restaurants. We have one sweet fur baby, a lab and aussie mix named Kya.
“You think those dogs will not be in heaven! I tell you they will be there long before any of us.”
-Robert Louis Stevenson
My name is Belinda I have been married for 9 years to Charles Hines. I have 2 daughters and 3 step-daughters. I have 4 fur babies Chasis, Camber, Chevy and Jake. I enjoy going to the dirt track races on Saturday nights with my husband and spending as much time with my family as possible.