Dr. Elizabeth Paschall
Dr. Paschall, owner of Camden Animal Clinic, is a 1991 graduate of Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Paschall, originally from northeast Arkansas, practiced in the Memphis, TN area for over 6 years, before purchasing Camden Animal Clinic and moving to Benton County in 1997.
Dr. Paschall lives with her husband David, several cats, a dog and a Sun Conure. She is also active in many community organizations.
David joined the Camden Animal Clinic staff in 2003. Previous to joining CAC, David was a line mechanic for several auto dealerships.He achieved ASE certification on all eight automotive levels and advanced drivability and was awarded the status of Ford’s Master Technician. He continues to utilize his automotive technology skills in keeping his two hobby cars in racing condition, one of which he has owned since high school.
Since 1999 Sylvia has enjoyed meeting and greeting CAC clients and their four legged friends at the front desk. Her hard work is rewarded when she sees a pet that came in very sick or injured with a very concerned and worried client leaving with its tail wagging and owner smiling. Sylvia knows that happy healthy pets are what we are all about. Sylvia’s family includes husband, Daniel, and daughter, Brianna, a cat and two dogs.
Donna joined the CAC family in 2010. Originally from Connecticut, she and her husband, Cord, discovered and fell in love with Tennessee while in the trucking business. They are proud to have been Camden residents for 20 years. They have a large family of 6 children, 13 grandchildren, one great grandchild and Cuddles their dog. Dr. Paschall had the pleasure of delivering Cuddles by caesarian section on Dec. 1 1997. Donna and Cord have been clients ever since.
Donna now includes the CAC employees, clients and patients in her already large family. It warms her heart to see our patients and follow their growth and development each year as they come in for their annual checkups. As an animal lover it hurts her to see a patient come in injured or ill, but she takes great pride and enjoyment in seeing them happy and healthy once again.
Licensed Veterinary Technician
Blair joined the CAC family in 2017. Originally from Michigan, Blair moved to Tennessee when she was young and went on to graduate from the University of Tennessee at Martin, with a Bachelors Degree in Agriculture with a concentration of Veterinary Science.
She has always wanted to work with animals, and enjoys the field because there is something new every day. Blair loves knowing that she can make a difference in an animal’s life. Watching the transformation of a sick animal into a strong, healthy animal is such a wonderful experience to be apart of! When not at work, Blair loves anything outdoors, especially spending time in her pontoon on the lake.
Certified Veterinary Assistant
Heather joined us at CAC in 2014 and is originally from Georgia. She came to Camden when she was 13 so her family could be closer to her grandparents. She has 1 year of college at UTM under her belt and a certification from the Animal Behavioral College.
Heather knew this was the right profession for her since she was 6! She had her own “practice” where she would help animals around her like worms, turtles, or anything she could get her hands on.
Originally from Ft. Campbell, KY, Tabrea moved to Camden in 2015 to follow her parents. She shadowed Dr. Paschall for a summer and decided she loved the veterinary field! Tabrea began working part time in 2015 and then became a full time team member in 2017. She never thought she was smart enough for this field until shadowing Dr. Paschall. Her passion and drive to become what she thought she couldn’t spiked!
“I always knew I wanted to work with animals, and when I saw that I had the ability to be hands-on and help I knew this was it for me. I never want to do anything else. Being a Veterinary Assistant is hard, but so rewarding.”
Tabrea owns 3 dogs; Hank, Ian, and Athena, and two guinea pigs; Albus and Olivander. She is an active member in wildlife groups Quail Forever and National Wildlife Turkey Federation. She also volunteers time helping her dad with youth events and being a medic to working dogs in case they are ever injured at hunting/shooting events. When not working or volunteering, Tabrea loves pet & wildlife photography, and attends Camden First Assembly.
Kristen has been at CAC since 2015. She was born and raised in Paris, TN and graduated from Mississippi State Univeristy in 2018 with a degree in Animal and Dairy Sciences.
She began working in the veterinary industry as she always had a love for animals. She grew up with a dog at home who followed her everywhere. Kristen loves working with animals and seeing their wagging tails when we have helped them since they are so loving and quick to forgive. She knew she was in the right profession when our clients started remembering her name and geuinenly thanked her for helping their pet.
Kristen’s family is very dear to her heart and are her best friends. Outside of work, she enjoys watching the MSU Bulldogs football team, the St. Louis Cardinals baseball team, attending concerts, training her GSP, fishing, spending time with friends, and trying new foods.
Brittany has been in Camden since she was 10 but her love of animals goes back further. She went to undergrad at UT Martin and graduated with a bachelor’s in animal/veterinary science and animal health technology. She currently attends vet school at UTCVM and plans on working with her CAC family after graduation. Her fur babies include a beagle named Rosko and two kitties, Reese’s and Rollo.
Brooklyn has lived in Benton County her entire life. She started volunteering for Dr. Paschall in 2015, then after 4 years of volunteering at the Benton County Animal Shelter she came to work full time with Camden Animal Clinic in 2019. Brooklyn’s favorite thing about working with animals is how much they appreciate what you do for them. Even though they can’t tell you – you can just feel it!
She knew she was in the right profession when she continued working with animals. She has tried several different professions, but never could stick with one of them until finding the veterinary field. When not at work, Brooklyn enjoys doing anything outdoors. Fishing, kayaking, hiking, and traveling. In her own words, she loves “family, food, and life itself!”