Amber M Reynolds
When Dr. Sult purchased the clinic, she brought Amber along with her for employment. Amber has been in the veterinarian field for a little more than 3 years now. She plans on furthering her education this upcoming fall and eventually becoming a large animal veterinarian. She says, "We've had animals ever since I can remember. I love to figure out what is wrong with a patient and seeing them come back happy and well. You can never really be finished in this line of work. There's always something new to discover!"
Amber (along with her boyfriend) share their home in Lexington with two Border Collie Mixes (Corona and Lily) and her pride and joy Whiskey who is an Australian Cattle Dog.
Amber A Harrell
Amber Joined our team in March of 2018. She has been in the veterinary field for 6 years. Amber is very passionate about all animals and enjoys making all animals and clients feel at home at Noah's Ark. When Amber is not at work, she enjoys traveling and outdoor activities such as hiking and camping. She lives in Martinsville with her husband, daughter, four dogs and her sweet cat Ziva.
Barbara E Gee
Barbara is our Licensed Veterinary Technician. For Barb, working in veterinary medicine is much more than a job or even a career. She's felt pulled toward animal care ever since she can remember- serving as a veterinarian professional is truly her calling!
A Roanoke native, Barb began her veterinary adventure in 1988 when she signed on as a Veterinary Assistant/Kennel Assistant at a local animal hospital. She then moved to another clinic, working her way up from a kennel position to the senior Veterinary Technician and obtained her Veterinary Technician's license at the same time. Barb remained with that hospital until 2010. After taking a few years off from the animal-care world and managing a fitness facility, she signed on with a clinic in Troutville, Virginia before joining the Noah's Ark Animal Complex in August of 2018.
As a Technician, barb enjoys dentistry work and the instant gratification it can bring. She also really like cytology. Most of all, she loves to interact directly with clients on a daily basis and do whatever she can to brighten up a pet owner's day.
Barb's interests outside of veterinary medicine include reading, swimming (she's even medaled in the breaststroke and freestyle as a member of the local swim organization!) and enjoying time with her family. She and her husband, Colin, have two grown sons and a pair of wonderful grandchildren. Barb also shares her life with three dogs- Roxie the Australian Shepherd, a spoiled Terrier mix named Pepper, and a silly Australian Shepherd named Major Tom, as well as three fish and six quirky cats: Ben, Beckett, Grace, MJ, Stitch and Max.