Staff

Meet the friendly staff at Heal Pet Care!

  • Dr.
    Katy Harris
    Veterinarian

    Dr. Katy Harris is a 2009 graduate of Purdue University's College of Veterinary Medicine where she focused on small animals and exotics. She practiced veterinary medicine in Bloomington for five years until she felt led to make a difference in the Bloomfield community which she and her husband, Austin, have grown to love. After settling in Bloomfield, they began attending Tulip Church of God, which quickly became extended family to them. There she teaches Sunday School to the preschoolers, loving every minute of it and serves the church through their TWIGs (Tulip Women in God's Service) group. She also serves as a member of the Bloomfield School Board since 2019 and has a passion for education and learning. Dr. Katy is a member of the AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association) as well as the IVMA (Indiana Veterinary Medical Association). She serves on the IVMA Practice Task Force which serves Indiana veterinary practice owners and strives to help them in the daily ins and outs of practice ownership. Together, Katy and Austin have a son, Turner (2012), who has quickly grown to adore their four-legged friends and a daughter, Myla (2017) who is buying the love of the fur critters by sharing all her food. Their animals are numerous and include Macy, who is an older lab mix that has spent her days protecting her humans from squirrels and rabbits since 2006. Roo is a rag a muffin, mixed breed stinker that was rescued from a hoarder in 2016 and is living the life now.  Ivy, Fern and Ginger, of course, do what kitties do best - lounge in the sun and fend off rodents and bugs. They have been with the Harris family since they arrived in Bloomfield in 2009. Iro, Herb and Ash like causing trouble with resident wildlife. They were strays that have been dumped at their home over the years but weaseled their way into the family's heart. These animals are more than just pets, but are a significant part of the Harris family, too. Dr. Harris and her Heal Pet Care team look forward to meeting you and your furry family members and find joy in keeping your fur family happy and healthy for the years to come. 


  • Kayla Carrison
    Registered Veterinary Technician

    Kayla resides in Solsberry with her husband Zach.  They have two cats, Kit & Kat, and two dogs, Chloe & Remi.  She was a 10 year 4-H member in Putnam County showing equine, swine, and dairy.  In 2016,  Kayla graduated from Harrison College Veterinary Technician program with an Associate Of Applied Science degree. When she's not at work you can find her with friends and family or enjoying the outdoors.  Kayla can't wait to meet you and care for your fur babies!

  • Paige Parmer
    Veterinary Assistant

    Paige lives in Owensburg with her husband, Vincent and their son, Tiberius. They have two spoiled dogs, Tank and Jäger, and two pot bellied pigs. Paige's passion for working with animals is shown every in the excellent care she provides for the patients at Heal Pet Care!

  • Meg Carrie
    Veterinary Assistant

    Meg lives in Odon, Indiana with her fiance', Bodhi.  She enjoys maintaining their hobby farm which includes goats, chickens, and pigs. Megs also owns a rabbit, a parrot, a gecko, and several dogs.  It is often said that Meg has too many animals to count!  Her hobbies include riding dirt bikes and tending to her bee hives.  You will see Meg's love for animals shine through when you bring your fur babies to Heal Pet Care!

  • Victoria Bonebright
    Veterinary Assistant

    Victoria lives in Springville with her husband, Calvin, and their three children.  We jokingly say that Vicki owns a zoo which includes dogs, cats, horses, cows, birds, and snakes!  In her down time from caring for her family and her animals, she enjoys fishing, horseback riding, and hiking with her kids.  Victoria is dedicated to providing the best possible care for your fur babies while they are at HPC! 

  • Kim Todd
    Manager

    Kim is a lifelong resident of Bloomfield where she resides with her husband, Danny.  She works behind the scenes managing the day-to-day business functions of the practice.  Kim is a dog mom to Tucker, a Sheltie,  and Elly, a rescue dog.  She is also a Mee-Maw to her son’s Toy Aussie, Nelson.  Kim enjoys running, reading, and home improvement projects.

  • Gracie Rollins
    Receptionist

    Gracie is the cheerful voice on the other end of the phone when you call to make an appointment for your fur baby! She grew up on a small farm in Springville, Indiana showing horses in the Monroe County 4-H Fair, where she was a member for 10 years. She enjoys spending time with her fiancé, Levi who races four-wheelers, and photographing family and friends.  Gracie has two fur babies of her own, Bear, a Heeler/Australian Shepherd, and Kenais, a German Shepherd. Call today to speak with Gracie to get your fur baby on the schedule!

  • Michelle Whitman
    Receptionist

    Michelle is another one of our cheerful receptionists here at Heal Pet Care! She grew up in Bloomfield and currently lives on her family's farm where she has several goats and a horse.  After graduating from Bloomfield High School, Michelle attended college at Purdue University where she studied Animal Science.  She has one son, Conner, and four dogs, Chance, Azul, Sophie, and Petey.  In her free time, she enjoys trail riding, fishing, hunting, and spending time with her son.  Call today to speak with Michelle!

  • Mandy Winkleman
    Groomer

    Mandy moved to Indiana from the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois in 2019. She resides in Bloomfield with her husband, Kyle, their fur babies, Banksy and Cooper, and several chickens. Mandy enjoys yoga, traveling with her husband in their RV, hiking in the forests where they camp, and gardening. Let Mandy’s ten years of grooming experience make your pet’s visit to Heal Paw Spa enjoyable and stress-free!

  • Shelia Waggoner
    Bather

    Shelia resides on a small farm in Linton, Indiana with her dog, Silver, who is a shepherd and coyote mix. She also loves to spend time with her Criollo horse, Dakota. Shelia loves animals of all species as noted in her impressive resume. She managed an exotic animal rehabilitation center for twelve years, worked as a ranch hand in Nebraska for two years and owned her own grooming salon for twelve years. Call today to make an appointment with Shelia to bathe your fur babies and have them smelling clean and fresh!

  • Emily Neighbors
    Student Intern

    Emily graduated from Bloomfield High School and is currently attending Vincennes University where she is studying elementary and special education.  She has several chickens, one dog, Murphey, and one cat, Moca.  Emily enjoys playing basketball, fishing, and camping.  You will see her often delivering fur babies back to their owners after their appointments!

  • Jasmyn Snyder
    Student Intern

    Jasmyn will graduate from Bloomfield HIgh School in May of 2021.  She plans to attend Vincennes University in the fall to study pre-veterinary medicine.  Jasmyn's hobbies include all things animals!  She has one dog, Rudy; five cats, Henry, Wilbur, Mochi, Douglas, and Gucci; three birds, Freddy, Sushi, and Sunny; a turtle named Scute; a hamster named Kim; and several chickens and ducks!  Jasmyn also volunteers at the Bloomington Animal Shelter a couple of days a week.    

Contact us at 812-227-8169

We look forward to hearing from you!

Office Hours

467 East Main Street

Monday:

8 am - > 5 pm

Tuesday:

8 am - > 5 pm

Wednesday:

8 am - > 5 pm

Thursday:

8 am - > 5 pm

Friday:

8 am - > 5 pm

Saturday:

8 am -> 2 pm (2nd & 4th)

Sunday:

Closed

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