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Doctor & Owner

Dr. Natalie Barron graduated from Scott County High School in 1999. She then attended Kentucky State University from 1999 to 2003, where she majored in Biology and minored in Chemistry. After that, she continued her education at Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine from 2003 to 2007, where she earned her Doctrine of Veterinary Medicine. She joined Cleveland Animal Clinic in May of 2007.

Dr. Barron is married to David Barron and they have three sons named Tate, Garrett and Ian. They also have 1 dog and 2 cats. Dr. Barron has been an active 4-H Council Member and a member of Kentucky Veterinary Medical Association since 2007. She a member of the American Association of Small Ruminant Practitioners, the Kentucky Veterinary Medical Association, the American Veterinary Medical Association, and the Kentucky Association of Equine Practitioners.

Dr. Barron enjoys spending time with her family, reading, being outdoors, and serving the community of Scott County as a Veterinarian. 

Dr. Barron, as of March 2019, is the sole owner of Cleveland Animal Clinic, and will continue to enjoy seeing both large and small animals.

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Veterinary Assistant

Lou Ann grew up in Scott County. She has been an assistant at Cleveland Animal Clinic since 2007. She is married to Marty Williamson and has two children Bobby and Josh, and three grandchildren.  In her spare time, Lou Ann enjoys spends time with her thoroughbred filly (Red), and her fur-babies which include 4 Jack Russell Terriers & Shepherd mix dog. 

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Veterinary Assistant

Michele joined the Cleveland Animal Clinic staff in late January 2017. She grew up in Eastern Kentucky and is married to Dustin Campbell. Together the couple enjoys spending their days playing with their two fur babies, Tremble and Buster. Michele has always enjoyed caring for animals and is excited about getting to know the Cleveland Animal Clinic clientele!

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Avery was born and raised here in Georgetown. She joined her Cleveland Animal Clinic family as a receptionist in September 2020. She enjoys talking with out clients and seeing their lovely pets daily. Her own fur babies are Hank and AJ, and they are her whole world.