NOAH'S BRANDYWINE ANIMAL HOSPITAL
Noah’s Brandywine Animal Hospital joined the Noah’s family of practices in 1997, when Noah’s acquired the practice from Dr. John Hunt, a well-known and respected veterinarian in the Greenfield area. Dr. Hunt transitioned his focus from small animals to equine and large exotic animals and handed over the reins of Noah’s Brandywine Animal Hospital to the capable hands of the Noah’s group. Pat Beaver, who worked with Dr. Hunt for many years, continues to work with the Noah’s team and is always happy to see clients from the “old days” as well as meet new pets and the people who love them.
Noah’s Brandywine Animal Hospital is a full service companion animal hospital providing comprehensive medical, surgical, dental and diagnostic care, all of which are specifically designed to extend and improve the quality of life for each patient that we serve. In addition to our veterinary care services, we also offer boarding, grooming, premium and therapeutic diets as well as popular pet supplies to serve all of your companion animal care needs.
At Noah’s Brandywine, we strive to maintain the high standards of care and flawless reputation that Dr. Hunt worked so hard to establish. Our team of highly skilled, compassionate veterinary professionals is prepared to assist your pet with all of the care and attention he or she needs to enjoy a long, happy and healthy life by your side. We look forward to welcoming you both to our office soon, and to becoming your trusted pet care partner for many years to come!
DR. JENNIFER CROWE
Medical Director, Veterinarian
Dr. Jennifer Crowe cannot remember a time when she didn’t want to become a veterinarian—she’s felt that a job in animal care was her true calling ever since she was a young girl. She even recalls taking a career-placement test in the second grade, the results of which suggested that working in medicine was the perfect fit! Dr. Crowe never gave up on her dream, and now gets to better the lives of pets daily as a licensed veterinarian here at Noah’s Brandywine Animal Hospital.
Originally from Southern California, Dr. Crowe was only 16 years old when she began volunteering in the adoption center of a local animal welfare organization, where she helped to walk, clean up after, and provide basic training to dogs. After high school, she moved to Indiana to begin studying animal care at the University of Indianapolis; she started working as a member of a local veterinary hospital’s kennel staff within her first two weeks there. Seven years later, after earning both her undergraduate degree and her Doctorate, Dr. Crowe was the clinic’s newest veterinarian.
Dr. Crowe first heard about an opening in the Noah’s Animal Hospitals organization through her mother-in-law. She spent a year in the Greenwood office before joining the team here at Noah’s Brandywine Animal Hospital in 2016. In addition to her love of surgical work, Dr. Crowe is especially fond of educating local pet owners and forming lasting relationships with the area’s families. She even serves as “Pet Vet” for Channel 13-WTHR’s Saturday morning television segment!
Outside of work, Dr. Crowe enjoys sewing and visiting Indianapolis’s attractions with her family. She and her husband, Charlie, have two young children named Charles and Ruth, and also share their home with a pair of pets: Pandi is a rambunctious Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppy who is just as full of energy as the kids; Gus the cat considers himself the official defender of the barn.
dr. tabitha wickett
Dr. Wickett grew up in Richmond, Indiana. She had always loved animals as a young girl and decided early on that she wanted to help animals. She attended Purdue for a BS in Animal Sciences, and then on to St George's on the beautiful island of Grenada to pursue her DVM.
Her passions in veterinary medicine include wellness care, dermatology, and spays/neuters. Dr Wickett lives with her 3 dogs, a golden retreive, Tucker, a black lab, Juliard, and Honey whom she adopted from Grenada. Outside of work, Dr Wickett enjoys traveling, hiking, camping, and baking.
We are so glad Dr. Wickett is part of the Brandywine team!
tacy rath, rvt
Anywhere she goes, Tacy finds her way to animals and says she spends more time socializing with them than she does with people! She works at Noah’s Brandywine as a Veterinary Assistant, and became a Registered Veterinary Technician in 2004.
Two years ago, after working in pharmacy for over five years, Tacy was ready for a change. She knew she wanted to work with animals, and started school again at Harrison College to pursue her Associates of Applied Science degree in Veterinary Technology. At the same time she started working at Noah’s and has been here ever since.
Tacy lives with her husband, Adam, and their two dogs: Brutus, and English bulldog, and Oscar, a dachshund who enjoys playing fetch. Tacy is an avid sports fan who cheers on the Indianapolis Colts and the Pittsburgh Penguins. She also loves music, especially country.
sydney barton, rvt
Sydney joined Noah's in 2015 after completing her externship with us. She has a big family, which includes 6 kids (ranging in age from 7 months to 18!), as well as a dog named Lexi and a cat named Patches.
We are so glad to have Sydney as a part of the Noah's family!
Technician Team Lead
Emily is from New Palestine, Indiana. She grew up on a farm and always loved being outside with the animals and caring for them. Now she works as a Veterinary Technician and the Pet Care Specialist Team Leader at Noah’s Brandywine Animal Hospital!
After graduating high school in 2006, Emily joined the Army until 2008, then attended Harrison College from 2009 to 2012 to receive her qualifications to become a Registered Veterinary Technician. Emily completed her externship at Noah’s, then was asked to stay on and work here full-time. She loves working with animals and clients and making them happy! She also has an interest in surgery—during which she tends to “pick the brains” of the veterinarians—and radiology.
Emily’s husband, Bill, works at General Motors. Emily has two Chihuahua half-sisters, Honey and Jojo.
When she’s not working, Emily likes to go camping and attend concerts. She says her most memorable moment was coming home from Iraq and seeing her whole family!
Growing up in Indianapolis, Judy’s mother didn’t want a dog in the house, so at a young age Judy decided she would have animals and work with them! She started working in the veterinary field when she was 19 years old as a receptionist. She decided to go to grooming school and found her passion—now she takes care of the pets of the Indianapolis area as the Groomer at Noah’s Brandywine! Judy’s favorite part of her job is seeing the gratifying results of a good grooming. She says there are many times the animals enjoy being fussed over!
Judy lives with her husband, John, their dog Boo, and two kittens, Simon and Weepu. Judy and John enjoy trips to Lake Cumberland, Kentucky, shooting hand guns and spending time with their grandson. They are also active in their local church and support Angels of East Africa and the homeless of Indianapolis. Judy’s mother didn’t want a dog in the house, so at a young age Judy decided she would have animals and work with them! She started working in the veterinary field when she was 19 years old as a receptionist. She decided to go to grooming school and found her passion—now she takes care of the pets of the Indianapolis area as the Groomer at Noah’s Brandywine! Judy’s favorite part of her job is seeing the gratifying results of a good grooming. She says there are many times the animals enjoy being fussed over!
Judy lives with her husband, John, their dog Boo, and two kittens, Simon and Weepu. Judy and John enjoy trips to Lake Cumberland, Kentucky, shooting hand guns and spending time with their grandson. They are also active in their local church and support Angels of East Africa and the homeless of Indianapolis.
Kelsey is from Knightstown, Indiana. She grew up surrounded by various animals, and has always loved being around animals and caring for them. She works at Noah’s Brandywine seasonally as a Veterinary Assistant.
During Kelsey’s junior year of high school, she entered a vocational program for Veterinary Sciences, and completed her first job shadow with Noah’s. After completing an internship and externship with Noah’s Brandywine, she was offered a position as an assistant.
Kelsey is currently attending Purdue University and is studying Animal Sciences. She is pursuing her goal of becoming a Veterinarian. Kelsey takes a special interest in emergencies and surgeries. When Kelsey is not busy with school and work she enjoys riding her horses or playing with her two Guinea Pigs, Lenny and Gunther.
savannah hudson, RVT
Savannah joined the Noah's Brandywine team in November of 2018 as a Registered Veterinary Technician. She is a 4H and FFA alumni and is very active in her local 4H program, and works for the Indiana Horse Racing Commission. She completed an externship as Purdue University Large animal hospital as her specialty.
She has been around animals all of her life, and currently lives on a farm. She's been able to raise many different species over the years and loves all things animal related.
She currently has 6 miniature donkeys - Delight, Spice, Noonie, Lucy, Sparky & Victor, as well as her latest addition is Tucker - a Mammoth Donkey. She also has a flock of chickens, 3 geese, a Persian cat named Goob, 2 Shih-Tzus named Collette and John Henry, and her greatest love of all...a Pomeranian named Mosley.
Pet Care Specialist
Alexis as been with us since August of 2018 as a Pet Care Specialist. Her hope is to learn everything she can about veterinary medicine. Her hope is to become a Veterinarian or Veterinary Technician when she goes to college.
Alexis's family includes her Mom and Stepdad, 2 brothers, a cat and a dog named Lucy. And an Axolot!
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