Dr. Means was born and raised a country girl in Fayette County. Her interest in veterinary medicine stems from her involvement in showing horses in 4-H as a child. At the young age of four, she told her parents, “I want to be a veterinarian when I grow up!” Unlike most kids, she never changed her mind.
Dr. Means completed 4 years of undergraduate studies, obtaining a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal and Veterinary Sciences and graduating Magna Cum Laude at West Virginia University. She then completed 1 year of non-degree graduate studies at West Virginia University before attending Veterinary School. Dr. Means obtained her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree in 2006 from Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine after 4 years of intensive studies. Upon graduation Dr. Means spent 5 ½ years practicing small animal medicine and surgery at Delmont Veterinary Hospital. Dr. Means then joined Laurel Highlands Animal Health for 8 short months prior to purchasing Fayette Veterinary Hospital from Dr. Stevenson in July 2012.
Dr. Means resides with her husband and their spoiled cats, Ruger and Winchester. In her spare time she enjoys spending quality time with her family and friends. Being true to her country roots, Dr. Means participates in tractor pulling events alongside her husband.
Chris began working at Fayette Veterinary Hospital in 2012 as the Office Manager. She enjoys camping and traveling with her husband, Joe. She loves to spend time with her family, especially her grandson, Aiden. Chris and Joe have a dog, JoJo and cat, Spanky.
Lisa started working at Fayette Veterinary Hospital in 2006 with Dr. Stevenson. She continued working at FVH after Dr. Means purchased the practice in 2012. She enjoys spending time with her husband, Randy, and their two teenagers, Brandon and Madison. Lisa and her family love their two active beagles, Toby and Rosy.
Sam graduated from the Vet Tech Institue in 2014 where she received her Vet Tech License and began working at Fayette Veterinary Hospital following graduation. Sam loves to spend her free time with her boyfriend, Tyler and two sons; Kalen and Daxton. When Sam isn't at work, you can find her camping, hiking and/or kayaking with her family and little goldendoodle Macy. Sam also loves snuggling her two sweet cats, Mr. Cheddar Meowgi and Wrigley. Sam is a Chicago Cubs fan (also Pirates) where Wrigley was named after Wrigley Field in Chicago. Sam loves to travel; she is no stranger to throwing the kids in the car and taking off for an adventure. She loves to collect unique items from different cultures throughout their travels.
Michelle has been working in the Veterinary field since 2017 and began working at Fayette Veterinary Hospital in May 2020. Michelle enjoys spending her free time with her husband Jeremy and daughter Aeris. Michelle loves her crazy dog Maverick and 3-legged cat Astro. Michelle loves to bake, visiting the zoo, hiking and taking beach vacations with her family.
Billie Jo started the Veterinary field in 2009 and began her career at Fayette Veterinary Hospital in Aug. 2023. Billie Jo can be found spending her free time with her 3 daughters Brianna, Olivia and Scarlett. Billie Jo loves to fish, read and enjoying a cup of coffee with her girlfriend Erica in her spare time. She also loves chickens. Billie Jo has 2 dogs Ariat, an Australian Shepherd and Tilly, a Cattle Dog; 2 cats Sprinkles and Cupcake.
Debbie started at Fayette Veterinary Hospital in 2009 as a receptionist for Dr. Stevenson. She continued working at FVH after Dr. Means purchased the practice in 2012. She has been married to her husband Elmer for 48 years. She has a son, Philip and a daughter, Deanna. She has four beautiful grandchildren, Loghan, Emery, Matthew and Nicholas and two beautiful great-grandchildren, Hadley and Declan. Debbie loves God – Family – Friends.
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