Dr. Eddleman's love of animals all started at the age of 10 when he was greeted by a brown eyed, tail wagging, tongue flapping tri colored beagle puppy named 'Shorty'. They became instant friends and would spend hours playing in the backyard or snuggling on the couch together. From that point on, his love and facination for animals grew and continues to grow to this day. The loss of Shorty was difficult but through the years he has had the wonderful opportunity to experience the full circle of life for many pets both professionally and personally.
Dr. Eddleman is a 1994 graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia Veterinary Teaching Hospital. He practiced in Muncie and Princeton, Indiana before putting down roots with the purchase of South Anderson Veterinary Clinic. Dr. Eddleman and his wife Jackie, a speech language pathologist, have two daughters. He and his family attend Grace Baptist Church in Muncie, IN. His favorite past times include spending time with his family, flying and simply being outside. Dr. Eddleman shares his home with his dog Embree and cats Cali and Colby.
Dr. MacQueen fell in love with animals at a very young age. No matter where she went if there was a dog, cat, or horse she would find herself gravitating towards them. As soon as her mother would allow her to start riding horses she was out at the barn learning how to take care of animals 10x her size and even volunteering additional hours of cleaning the barn so that she could get extra riding lessons! No matter how cold or hot it was, or if it was raining or snowing, you would find her out with the horses. As she grew older and started searching for her true calling she saw no better career choice than becoming a veterinarian. Her skills and interest in science mixed with her love for animals made it clear to her that any other option would leave something missing in her life.
Dr. Meaghan MacQueen grew up in the western suburbs of Chicago, IL and graduated from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine with high honors. She has traveled to Australia and spent time at a veterinary practice in the foothills of the Blue Mountains as well as traveling to Kildare, Ireland spending two weeks at a busy equine hospital catering to many Irish race horses. Prior to veterinary school Dr. MacQueen attended Purdue University for her undergraduate studies and she is still a dedicated Boilermaker fan today! Following veterinary school she pursued an equine exclusive internship at Kendall Road Equine Hospital in Elgin, IL before moving to a mixed animal practice in the Indianapolis area. Now she is excited to be a part of our team here! Outside of work she enjoys watching football, hockey, and college basketball (Go Boilers!).
At home Dr. MacQueen enjoys the company of her Blue Heeler, Sydney, who has been a part of her family since 2003, as well as her American Saddlebred horse named Nugget.
Dr. Busick grew up in Miami, Florida where her and her brother would always take in animals that came into the backyard. Anoles, iguanas and turtles to name a few, all found a safe spot to rest and some tasty greens before they moved on to other habitats. That interest and desire to care for the animals around her encouraged her to become a veterinarian so she could continue to do so on a larger scale.
Dr. Busick is a 2008 graduate of Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine. She moved to Iowa after graduation to work at a 24 hour practice working both community day practice and emergency medicine for small animals and exotics. In 2009, she became a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist (CCRT) and started offering rehab services to pets in the area. In 2014 she relocated to Anderson and joined us here at SAVC, where she enjoys seeing dogs, cats and exotic animals.
Dr. Busick and her husband Justin have two daughters. She enjoys spending her time with her children, cooking and gardening. The Busick family have an ornery cat named Charlie, a pointer named George and many chickens.
Cynthia is our office manager and always has a smile and something nice to say to brighten your day. She has been around animals from the time she was 2 years old when her grandfather bought her a pony. She participated in 4H showing rabbits and horses for eight years. She is now a volunteer for Central Indiana lab Rescue and Adoption.
She has fostered over 75 dogs in her home through the years. She is passionate about animals and the role she plays in assisting clients with the most recent and informative surgical, medicinal and follow up care instructions. She prides herself in keeping up to date on all medications and health issues. The two dogs pictured with her are her sons; Harley and Chase. They are both rescue dogs she adopted from a shelter as puppies.
Jennifer always had animals growing up and developed a love for them at an early age. Some of her pets included dogs, cats, horses, fish and a hamster. Jennifer grew up participating in 4H and has always been fascinated with dog training and behavior. Jennifer enjoys fostering shelter animals and in her free time spends time with her dogs, hanging out with her husband and reading.
Growing up with dogs and cats, Tonye developed a strong love for animals that she has carried with her to this day. When she got the opportunity to turn that love into a career in the veterinary profession, it was the perfect chance. She loves her job! At home, Tonye spends her time with her husband, two kids and two happy dogs- Buddy, a lab/ boxer mix and Dexter, a sharpei mix. She also enjoys painting, crocheting and especially antiquing.
When Audrey was a little girl she would read Dog Fancy magazines and dream of working with animals when she grew up. At 16, she began as a kennel assistant and has continued to improve her skills over time and now works at SAVC as a veterinary assistant. In her free time, she can be seen with her daughter and her miniature dachshund named Tinkerbell.
Animals have always been a big part of Sarah's life. She grew up on a farm and has always enjoyed caring for animals. She spent 5 years studying at IUPUI, where she obtained a biology degree. The summer after graduating she started an internship at the North Georgia Zoo in Cleveland, GA for 7 months. After returning home, she decided to attend veterinary technician school. She has since graduated and successfully obtained her veterinary technician license. She is very passionate about animals but also enjoys reading, archery, fishing and spending time outdoors.
She was raised in New Palastine, Indiana and couldn't imagine not having or being around animals. Growing up with several cats and dogs encouraged her to work in the veterinary field. Jessica enjoys helping animals and supporting their owners. In her spare time she is also a horse trainer in Middletown. She enjoys horseback riding, camping and spending time with her family and friends. She loves her many animals: Joey, Candy, Lady and Lilly (all horses), Hank, Haven and Jasmine (her dogs), Lucy, Ethel, Copper, Pumpkin and Sydney (her cats).
Kristina's love affair with animals began when she was three with a kitty named 'Dandy'. Since then, she has had many furry friends and they have all contributed to the person she is today. Kristina currently has three dogs (Gracie, Charlie and Petie) and four cats at home (Sammy, Pepper, Jasper and Bootsie) that inspire her daily with their zest for life and the abundance of unconditional love they have for their humans.
She grew up in Moorsville, IN where she was surrounded by horses, ponies, cats, dogs and even helped raise an orphaned squirrel. She enjoyed teaching her boys how to take care of animals as well. She loves spending time with her two sons Steven and Andrew as well as her two furry kids Lucky and Savannah. In her spare time she collects antique bottles, makes stained glass art, cross stitches and enjoys reading.
Her love for animals started when she was around 3 years old. Growing up on a farm raising cattle, swine, horses and chickens as well as working in 4-H has made a huge impact on her life by teaching her how to be responsible and given her a heart to care for animals properly. She is currently in high school working at SAVC part time as a kennel assistant and plans on pursuing her dream and working with large animals.
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