Dr. Bob Thorpe

Dr. Thorpe grew up in Hopkinsville, Kentucky where he was valedictorian of his graduating class. He attended Georgia Tech where he was a member of the football team, Sigma Nu Fraternity, and graduated with a degree in Industrial Engineering. During the next 5 years, he became involved with wild bird rehabilitation and became interested in Veterinary Medicine. He attended the University of Tennessee and after working in North Dakota and Kentucky, he purchased Crestview Animal Hospital and made the move to Greeneville.

His family of personal pets include 2 Cavaliers, a Cavachon, multiple cats at work and two parrots, a Scarlet Macaw and Blue Front Amazon. 

Dr. Bob has 3 children, 3 stepchildren, and 5 grandchildren. He and his wife Christine are known for their award winning rose gardens and their love of dancing. 

Dr. Samantha Lamons

Dr. Lamons grew up in Mohawk/Mosheim, Tennessee where she was an honor student at West Greene High School. She attended the University of Tennessee, Knoxville where she was a member of the Sigma Alpha Sorority, and graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Animal Science. In the following years, she attended  St. George's University in Grenada followed by the University of Georgia in Athens where she graduated Vet school in 2016. Dr. Lamons has an interest in both large and small animal medicine. 

She owns a small horse farm with her husband, Scottie, in Greeneville, TN. Her family of personal pets include 2 dogs: Tex and Hoss and 7 horses: Angel, Sonnie, Bossman, Dixie, Cracker, Georgia, and Mandy. 

In her free time, Dr. Lamons enjoys camping and trail riding with her horses. She and her husband attend several horse shows and speed racking events each year.