Dr. Brandy Ellis (owner) DVM Education: Mississippi State University
Dr. Ellis is a 2002 graduate of Mississippi State University. Dr. Ellis grew up in Desoto County and after graduation returned home to practice in Olive Branch, MS. Dr. Ellis opened Elmore Road Veterinary Clinic in Nov 2010. Dr.Ellis enjoys all areas of private practice but has special interests in soft tissue surgery and ultrasonography. When she is not working, she enjoys reading, gardening, and spending time with her family and pets. Dr. Kelsey Hart DVM Dr. Hart is a native of Desoto County who received her B.S in Animal Science in 2014 and D.V.M in 2019 from Mississippi State University. Dr. Hart enjoys all branches of small animal medicine but has special interests in ultrasonography, emergency medicine, dermatology, and equine reproduction. She enjoys filling her free time with exercising, traveling, riding horses, and spending time with her family, two dogs, and two cats. Dr. Hannah Shackelford Baer DVM Dr. Baer is a DeSoto County native who received her B.S. in Biology form Christian Brother’s University, her M.S. in Biology from University of Memphis and D.V.M from Mississippi State University. Dr. Baer has special interests in small animal dermatology and internal medicine. In her free time she enjoys traveling, running and spending time with her family and five dogs ( including one wire haired terrier and four West Highland White Terriers). Dr. John Burnett DVM Dr. John Burnett is a 2012 graduate of the Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Following graduation, Dr. Burnett completed a rotating internship in Small Animal Internal Medicine, Surgery, and Emergency Medicine in Mandeville, LA. He and his wife, Kaitlyn have one daughter, Emmy. In his spare time, he enjoys fishing, hunting, camping, going to college football and baseball games, and spending time with his family and 3 dogs, Ivy, Sophie, and Belle.
We at Elmore Road Veterinary Clinic want to reassure you that we remain committed to providing healthcare for your pet family members in a safe environment and are taking precautions to limit chances of exposure at our facility. We are continuing to clean surfaces at our clinic and are adding additional wiping of door handles and commonly touched surfaces. Your pet is not considered at risk for contracting this type of coronavirus from people.
You can help us in maintaining a safe environment:
Please call us at 662.253.0274 to discuss your pet’s needs if you have traveled outside of the U.S. recently, are at increased risk or are exhibiting symptoms (fever, coughing, sneezing) of illness.
If you are having someone other than the recorded legal representative transport your pet, call to ensure authorization, medical privacy and payment method are communicated.
We want to continue to serve you if you need to stay out of any public spaces for your own health risks. We will be happy to take payments by phone, come out to get your pet, and deliver medications to your car in our parking lot for clients not wanting to come inside the building. If there is a critical emergency, we recommend notifying us first at our office or communicating with the local pet emergency clinic.
The safety and well being of pet family members, our staff and clients remain the most important focus for us and we are committed to providing services during this concerning and unusual time.
Thank you for your assistance in achieving our goals while caring for your pet!