If you only visit Springhill Animal Clinic when your pet is injured or sick, you’re missing the opportunity to get a complete picture of her health. The preventive care exam allows Dr. Soles to detect potential health issues and begin monitoring or treating them right away. By committing to preventive care, you could extend it by months or years. It’s well worth the investment when you consider how much love and joy your pet brings into your life.
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Dr. Soles is the best and sincere vet I have every met. She not only helps the animals but she helps the people who are worried about their pets. Thanks for all you do to make things comfortable for both my pets and me.
Meet Our Team
The staff at Springhill Animal Clinic is committed to assisting our clients in maintaining and understanding their pet's health. We serve New Freeport, Rogersville, Waynesburg and surrounding areas in Pennsylvania; in addition to Hundred, Littleton, Cameron, Mannington, Blacksville and surrounding areas in West Virginia.
VIcky l. Soles, DVM
Dr. Vicky Soles opened Springhill Animal Clinic in 1994 and remains the owner and sole veterinarian, today. Dr. Soles worked primarily with Dr. Michael Miller during the early 1990’s to enhance her knowledge of veterinary medicine. Professional interests include learning new surgical techniques and continuing education. Dr. Soles loves caring for animals and explaining to clients, how to better care for and thereby, ensure a better quality of life for their pets.
Dr. Soles graduated from Kent State University with a B.S. degree in Zoology in May 1984. Dr. Soles continued her education at the College of Veterinary Medicine at Ross University and obtained her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree in June 1989.
Dr. Soles enjoys caring for and treating animals, gardening, and an occasional day trip. She also loves spending time with family, friends, and her pets.
Client Service Representative
Marcy has been the Client Service Representative since January 2014, prior to that, she served as a part-time receptionist at Springhill Animal Clinic. Prior to working at Springhill Animal Clinic, she worked at Marion County Humane Society for several years. Her duties include client record management, consent form preparation, and overseeing our client communication protocol. Marcy enjoys communicating to clients the need for preventative care and routine check-ups.
Marcy was born in Alliance, Ohio and shortly after, her family moved to Littleton, West Virginia, where she still resides. Marcy graduated from Hundred High School in the early 1990’s.
Marcy loves to travel across the state of West Virginia, and the occasional trip to Tennessee. She also loves spending time with family, friends, and her dog Chester.
Taylor has been the Veterinary Technician since January 2014, prior to that, she was the Veterinary Assistant at Springhill Animal Clinic. Prior to working at Springhill Animal Clinic, Taylor worked at Marion County Humane Society for several years. Taylor’s duties include performing dental cleanings, assisting in client record management, maintaining our Facebook page, and assisting Dr. Soles with all surgery cases and preventative and diagnostics care appointments.
Taylor was born in New Martinsville and currently resides in Littleton, West Virginia. Taylor graduated from Pierpont Community and Technical College with an A.S. degree in Veterinary Technology in May 2011.
Taylor enjoys being outdoors, participating in 5K runs, and taking care of her farm animals. Taylor also enjoys quiet evenings at home and watching movies and listening to music. Taylor has rescued many dogs over the years, many of which have become life-long companions. Her favorite animal family member is her big, but lovable dog, Tucker.