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Our Team

Veterinarian, Medical Director


Dr. Quigley grew up on the north side of Indianapolis and is a graduate of Lawrence Central High School. Her sister used to volunteer at a veterinary clinic, and one day when Dr. Quigley’s mother stopped by the clinic, the veterinarian offered Dr. Quigley a position, thinking she was her sister! Dr. Quigley accepted the position and has worked in the veterinary field ever since.

Dr. Quigley attended Purdue University for her undergraduate coursework before being accepted into Purdue’s School of Veterinary Medicine. In 2006, she graduated and moved to Lexington, Kentucky for a few years. She moved back to Indianapolis once her husband finished school and joined the Noah’s family in March of 2009. She moved to our Stop 11 location in November of 2015.

Dr. Quigley likes caring for cats, dogs, and the occasional pocket pet. She loves developing relationships with clients and seeing pets grow up.

At home, Dr. Quigley’s family includes 3 dogs, 2 cats, a fish, a Leopard gecko, a yellow foot tortoise and whatever other creatures Providence Wildlife Rehabilitation gets, as she is also actively involved with this rescue organization.

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dr. cory smith

Bio coming soon!


Practice Manager

tiffany davis, rvt

Tiffany has always had a passion for animals and an interest in medical science. Her journey in the veterinary field began in early in 2015 when she started her Associate's Degree in Veterinary Technology at Harrison College. She joined the Noah's family after completing her externship for school at Noah's Stop 11 in April of 2017. Tiffany has since then obtained her license as a Registered Veterinary Technician.


At Noah's Stop 11, Tiffany enjoys providing excellent care of clients and their pets, helping to lead and motivate the technician/ assistant team, as well as monitoring and assisting in surgical procedures. She is always excited to learn and share new information!


In her spare time Tiffany enjoys spending time with her family consisting of her husband, daughter, and her feisty Norwegian Forest Cat mix Salvador.  She also does things in her spare time consisting of playing video games, board games, and role play games like Pathfinder as well as crafting and do-it-yourself projects.


Client Service Representative

stacy beardsley, rvt

Stacy has been with Noah's since 2014, after moving back to Indianapolis from Minnesota.  A native of Beech Grove and a Veteran, she enjoys the front office duties of a veterinary office the most.  


Her family includes her 2 amazing children, Chance and Alexis.  As a military widow, she lost her husband in 2007 while he was in Iraq.  Her family is the most important thing in her life.  

Her four-legged family members include 2 cats, Isabella Grace and Zoey Ray., and a rescue dog named Layla, who was severely abused as a puppy.  Layla has become an amazing friend to Stacy and her children.


Veterinary Assistant

austyn kiser

Austyn has been with us since 2019 as a Veterinary Assistant.  She enjoys being a voice for the voiceless and educating people about the proper care of animals.  

When not at work, she enjoys volunteering at a local shelter, reading (especially Harry Potter!) writing and spending time outdoors.  Austyn's family includes her husband Jake, stepchildren Callie & Bently, and their pets:  a dog named Piper and two cats, Sebastian & Tiny.   


Client Service Representative

laura konigsbacher

Laura has been a Client Service Representative with Noah’s since March of 2014. She enjoys the teamwork at Stop 11, and likes that every day brings something different. It is always busy – which she enjoys very much.

She grew up in Fairfield, Connecticut with wonderful parents, a sister and a brother. They relocated to Indiana to be closer to their daughters, who reside in Indiana and Ohio.

She enjoys riding her horse, Moose, and often has a riding companion: her cat! She also enjoys refurbishing old items and spending time with her family.

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