Dr. Tabitha Norris
Dr. Tabitha Norris was born and raised in North Arkansas. She completed her undergrad at Arkansas Tech University. She received her DVM from Oklahoma State University in 2003 and practiced in North Arkansas until 2014. She and her family then moved to her husband’s home place of Monticello, Ar. Dr. Norris purchased both Monticello Animal Clinic and Warren Animal Clinic from Dr. Rocky Lindsey in June 2015 and is one of the full time doctors there. She has a special interest in internal medicine cases and abdominal ultrasound. Tabitha enjoys spending time with her husband Chance, son Caleb and daughter Tessa. As a family they enjoy riding horses and hunting. They are active members at Pauline Baptist Church.
Dr. Judy Poirrier
Dr. Judy Poirrier received her Animal Science degree from Louisiana Tech University in 1983, and graduated from LSU-School of Veterinary Medicine in 1987. She has been practicing medicine since then and has been a part of the Monticello community since 1989. She and her husband, Dr. John Poirrier, own the Town and Country Veterinary Hospital in Dumas, Arkansas where he is the sole veterinarian. They have three children; Christopher, Teri and Jacob. Dr Judy Poirrier is a member at St. Mark’s Catholic Church.
Miranda Eubanks is the office manager at the Warren Animal Clinic and has been with us since 2010. She graduated from Warren High School and went on to get a B.S. degree in Biology from the University of Arkansas at Monticello. Miranda and her husband Clint just welcomed their first child, Charlotte Grey into the world in December of 2016. They also have a yorkie named Callie.
Raven Smith is a native of Hot Springs, Ar, but has resided in Monticello for the past 10 years. She has been working at the Warren and Monticello Animal Clinics for 8 years where she started out as kennel technician and worked her way through to office manager. She graduated from the University of Arkansas at Monticello with a Bachelor’s Degree in Agriculture in Animal Science. Raven has two wonderful dogs named Nina and Fatty Patty.
Tammy McWilliams has been working with veterinarians and animals for eighteen years. The last 10 years she has been with the Warren Animal Clinic. She was raised near by in the Sumpter community. She and her husband Danny moved back to warren in 2006. They have four children, nine grandchildren and one great grandson. She enjoys attending Grace Cowboy Church, barrel racing, hunting,fishing and spending time with her family. She has two horses (Versace and Rawhide), three dogs (Cutter, Annie and Cash) and two cats (Simba and Aerial).
Leah DeArmond has been working as a veterinary assistant at the Warren Animal Clinic for six years. She is the mother of two wonderful children; MaKailynn and Bradyn. She has one dog named Dutchess. Leah is currently pursuing a degree in Nursing.
Heather McClain has been our groomer at the Warren Animal Clinic since May 2016. A 15+ year veteran of the grooming industry her career started in 2001 when she began showing Jack Russell Terriers in JRTCA trials and had to learn how to handstrip terriers for show grooming. Heather opened a salon in her home shortly after and has since groomed in an Arizona salon, her own private salon, for Petsense in Pine Bluff and finally here with us. Heather was born and raised in Pine Bluff and moved to Warren when she married her husband Denny McClain. She has 2 daughters, Taylor and Lauren Ford. Besides grooming, Heather is very active in local animal rescue.
Lauren Ford started working at Warren Animal Clinic in June 2016. She is currently attending the University of Arkansas at Monticello studying Animal Science. Lauren graduated from Warren High School in 2015 a year early. She plans to go to veterinary school when she graduates from UAM. She has a sweet-four-legged baby named Cady who is a fiest mix.