Dr. Brian Dickinson has lived in Ooltewah-Collegedale area since 1984. His Veterinary career began in this very location as a kennel assistant in the late 80’s. Dr. Dickinson received his undergraduate degree from Southern Adventist University and went on to receive his DVM from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville in 2001. After practicing in North Carolina for 3 years after Veterinary school, his desire to move back home was too great. In 2004 he moved back to Ooltewah, and in 2005 bought the very practice he started in. Dr. Dickinson’s interests include senior pet care, ophthalmology, chronic kidney disease, osteoarthritis, dental disease, client service and communication. He recently has become a certified Fear Free Professional, providing a more fear free experience for you and your pets.
Dr. Amy Bertelli is double alumni from the University of Florida, but she is a die hard Auburn fan! Wear your Auburn gear when you come and she will be pumped! After graduating from vet school at UF she completed a one year internship at Oklahoma State University and then moved to Chattanooga to start working at Animal Medical Professionals. In Dr. Bertelli’s free time she enjoys riding horses, going to farmers markets or concerts with her husband Adam. Dr. B was raised on the blues but she loves listening to music of all sorts. You can sometimes find her walking around town with her two rescue pups, she also has the best cat in the world at home named Coal.
Dr. Tina Fields graduated from the University of Georgia’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2016. Her specific interests are soft tissue surgery, internal medicine and clinical pathology. In her spare time she enjoys outdoor activities with her husband Seth and daughter Rowan. Dr. Fields also has four fur children; a German Shepherd named Nike, a lab mix named Django and two quirky cats named Bean and Marble.