Alana has been with Eastside since 2000. She is happily married to her high school sweetheart and they have 2 beautiful daughters. On their small farm they have 2 dogs, 1 cat, 10 chickens, 2 hermit crabs, and looking to add additional outside critters.
When you come in the office she most likely has a cup of coffee in her hand. During the fall Alabama Football takes up her Saturdays. With 2 kids you never know what adventure awaits, as they always keep her on her toes.
Sherry has been brightening Eastside Animal Hospital since 1992. You will always be greeted with Sherry’s cheerful smile at Eastside! You will most likely leave with a newfound friendship also! You can find Sherry enjoying the sunshine by the pool with her husband, step daughter and grandkids. When not catching the sun rays, she enjoys NASCAR with Kyla, seeing the latest movies and loving on her kitty “Parris”.
Kyla is a 2011 graduate of Columbia Community College with an A.S. Degree in Veterinary Technology. She knew from a very young age she wanted to be involved in veterinary medicine and help care for pets and their owners. Kyla started her career in veterinary medicine in 2001 in a small town in Northern California. She is now certified in stem cell therapy and is Eastside Animal Hospital’s Cat Advocate. She has a small farm of animals including 5 cats, 1 very spoiled beagle and several pet chickens. Kyla enjoys spending time outside riding her 4-wheeler, traveling to new places and going to Nashville Predator games any chance she can.
Brittany is one of our veterinary nurse assistants. She is currently enrolled at Columbia State and plans to enter the veterinary technology program next summer. Brittany has special interest in large animal medicine and would love to work with cows one day. In her free time she loves to ride horses and love on her fur babies. She has three dogs; Peaches, Princess & Rowdy, a cat named Spaz and a bunny named Fuzzybutt.
Tabatha is currently studying agricultural animal science at Columbia State Community College while she is gaining experience assisting the doctors and nurses at Eastside. While school takes up a majority of her free time, Tabatha finds time to spend with her horses, “Dorre & Luna” and take naps with her 2 dogs, “Dixie & Baylee” and her cat “Newt”. She also loves to spend time outdoors and goes camping at the lake with her family quite often.