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Our Team

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Meet the Team at Hardin County Veterinary Clinic

Our doctors and staff are highly-trained animal lovers devoted to giving your furry family members
the best care possible.

Dr. J. Don Edwards, Managing DVM

Dr. Edwards' Bio

I received my Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Mississippi State University in 1988. Having spent most of my life on a small farm, I naturally had an interest in all animals. My first pet was a boxer named Prince. We had cows, horses, numerous barn cats, including one that rode with my Dad on his three-wheeler. After graduation, I took a position in Millington with a mixed animal practice. I also moonlighted at The Animal Emergency Center in Memphis. In 2001 I purchased Hardin County Veterinary Clinic and have been a resident of Savannah since. I moved here with my wife, two sons, two cats, and three dogs. Professional activities have included serving on the board of Memphis Shelby County Veterinary Medical Association, Memphis Peer Review Committee, as well as the Animal Emergency Center board before moving to Savannah. After moving to Savannah, I worked with the planning committee to start the Jackson Pet Emergency Center and also served on the West Tennessee Peer Review Committee. I enjoy outdoor activities in my free time, including hiking, biking, running, camping, and kayaking – anything that involves time with family.

Amanda Zeagler, DVM

Dr. Zeagler's Bio

Dr. Zeagler graduated from Mississippi State with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2006. She moved to Savannah shortly after that with her husband and started here at Hardin County Veterinary Clinic in May 2006. In her spare time, Dr. Zeagler enjoys spending time with her family, reading, sewing, all things Disney, college sports (especially her alma mater MSU, Hail State!), and working with the cub scouts her husband leads. She lives here in Savannah with her husband, two boys, dogs, cats, and a turtle.

Tiffany Prulhiere, Practice Manager

Tiffany's Bio
Tiffany moved from Indiana to this area in 2010 and began managing a retail pet store with locations around the country. She is a huge animal lover and has several pets of her own, including rats, degus, a bearded dragon, dogs, and cats. Her love for animals is why she has chosen her career path, as she is excited to be able to help any animal in need. She made the move to work in a veterinary clinic because she will have the ability to help even more. In her free time, she likes to hike, fish, camp, and spend time with her fur babies. She has been married since 2010 and has four wonderful girls. Tiffany looks forward to serving Savannah for years to come.

Brittany Landrum, LVMT

Brittany's Bio

Brittany is a 2014 graduate of Columbia State Community College’s Veterinary Technology Program. Ever since she could remember, she has always had a love and passion for animals growing up. Upon graduating in May of 2014, Brittany started her career with us at Hardin County Veterinary Clinic. She has one too many pets but wouldn’t trade them for anything! Brittany is happily married and enjoys spending time with her husband and their furry family. She loves to read and enjoys spending time in the Smokey Mountains hiking and sight-seeing. ☺

Trina Lindsay, LVMT

Trina's Bio

Trina is a 1998 graduate of Columbia State Community College. She started working at Hardin County Vet in 1997 before graduating from the Veterinary Technology Program. Trina currently has four cats, two dogs, and a hedgehog. She enjoys spending time with her family as well as her pets.🙂

Chelsea Morris, Veterinary Assistant

Chelsea's Bio

Chelsea attended Columbia State Community College and got an Associate of Science degree in veterinary technology in 2018. A week later, she came to work at Hardin County Veterinary Clinic, which she loves very much. Small breed dogs are her favorite, and her Dachshund is proof of that. In her free time, Chelsea loves painting, camping, biking, and getting all glammed up.

Canopi Spencer, Veterinary Assistant

Canopi's Bio

I am a 2001 graduate of the Veterinary Technician program at Columbia State. I can’t imagine doing anything else professionally. Working with animals can bring smiles and tears, but, thankfully, the happy days outweigh the sad ones. I am blessed to keep my schedule flexible to have time at home with my family. We currently have three dogs and three cats that we love and keep us thoroughly entertained. Being a mom keeps me busy most days as we enjoy the outdoors, sports, and being involved in our church.

Meagan Kennedy, Veterinary Technology

Meagan's Bio

Meagan graduated from the University of Tennessee at Martin with a bachelor’s degree in veterinary technology in August of 2020. She finished an internship in Collierville before moving home and joining the Hardin County Veterinary Clinic team. She has had several pets and cannot imagine a home without them!

Danea Franks, Reception Team

Danea's Bio

I began working at Hardin County Veterinary Clinic in the Summer of 2018. My position as a receptionist is a perfect mix for me. I love animals and people alike. I have two fur babies at home, Trapper, my Cocker Spaniel, and Sarge, my Maltipoo. Of course, I enjoy spending time off playing with them, but I also love spending time with my husband and doing anything related to our cattle.

Sandra Blackwell, Reception Team

Sandra's Bio

I am a 2001 graduate of Sulligent High School in Sulligent, Alabama. I moved to Tennessee in 2010 after getting married. My career at Hardin County Veterinary Clinic begun in April of 2015. I have three dogs named Bandit, Smokey, and Jake. Throughout my life, I’ve always had a passion for animals and knew I wanted a career that would allow me to work with them daily. My job as a receptionist at the clinic has allowed me that opportunity, and I am so grateful!

Nic, Resident Kitty

Nic's Bio

Nic joined the clinic as a full-time resident in August of 2008. He enjoys long naps, expensive treats, and belly rubs. Employed as a mouser and night guard, he mostly can be found sleeping on the job snuggled in his basket.