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OUR TEAM

Meet the People behind Hendersonville Animal Hospital. Our values are at the core of who we are. They embody how we work, the standards we have, and the principles that underpin every part of our efforts.

OUR TEAM

Dr. Aine C. Corridon, DVM

Practice Owner

Aine grew up in Hendersonville. She has four children, Davis, Livy, Cora and Mason. Aine enjoys running and competes in many marathons. She has two dogs named Belle and Kevin, and two cats named Gretta and Leo. Graduate of Hendersonville High School in 1992 Bachelor of Science Degree in Zoology from Auburn University Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Auburn University

Jennifer L. Wilkinson, DVM

Jennifer began practicing veterinary medicine in 2000. She joined our team in March of 2012. She is a native of Ohio and moved to middle Tennessee in 2006. She has her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Pre Vet Medicine & Biology from The University of Findlay. Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine.

Tara Read, DVM

Tara is from Pennsylvania. She began practicing veterinary medicine in 2008. Prior to joining our team in September of 2017, she primarily practiced pet emergency care. She has her Bachelor of Science degree from University of Delaware and Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from The University of Tennessee.


Kimberly Wilson, Veterinary Technician

Kim attended Volunteer State Community College. She met Dr Corridon at Rivergate Pet Emergency Clinic where she was offered the Veterinary Technician position upon the opening of Hendersonville Animal Hospital in 2007. She has years of veterinarian experience and has worked with horses as well as exotics.

DJ Thweatt, Receptionist / Technician

DJ started in the veterinary field in 2011. He joined our team in 2013. DJ is cross trained and can complete many Vet Technician tasks as well as keeping up with the responsibilities in reception. DJ has a small Chihuahua mix named Daenerys Targaryen. "Dani" for short, a Husky Mix named Kaiba, and three cats names Lock, Shock and Barrel. Dj loves helping!

Mindy Delahoussaye, Receptionist

Mindy has worked as a receptionist in the Veterinary field since 2007. She has been part of our team since March 2010. She and her husband Kenneth have a son named Ashton. She has two Miniature Pinschers named Mojo and Kahlua.​

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Jason Knouff, Veterinary Technician

Jason moved to Tennessee and joined our team in Summer of 2019. He started working in the Veterinary field in the early 2000s. He and his wife have two children, Kailey and Cassandra. In his spare time, Jason enjoys spending time with his family and working on motorcycle/car projects. His family has a Vizsla named Shelby and two cats named Maxwell and Luna.

Lisa Lutz, Professional Pet Groomer


Lisa has been a professional groomer since 1999. She grew up with Irish Setters and many mixed breed dogs. She has experience grooming many breeds with all different types of fur. She takes pride in her work and will treat your pet with a tender and loving hand. Lisa is married and has two kids. She has two Boston Terrier's named Lemon and Larry and a Boxer named Brody.

Marti Ferguson, Grooming and Kennel Assistant

Marti joined our team in 2018 and has been a great addition since joining the HAH family. Her hobbies are scrapbooking and spending time with her family. She has 6 children and a cat named Bo Baby. She is a certified medical assistant and is studying computer skills and job training. ​


Shannon Rutherford, Boarding & Bathing Staff


Shannon moved to Tennessee from Arizona in 2016. Shannon has always had a passion for animals and we've seen that first hand since she joined our team in Summer of 2019. She enjoys singing, listening to and discovering new music. Shannon also loves drawing and she carries a Bachelor's Degree in Fine Arts. Shannon has an identical twin sister. She has two cats named Betty and Cookie.

Oscar And Ollie, Our Clinic Cats

Ollie and Karen

Oliver “Ollie” is a Domestic Longhair, Black and White. He was brought into the practice around 3 months of age and in need of a home. Dr. Corridon took him in to be Oscar’s buddy. He gets so many compliments on his long white whiskers. Ollie loves visiting the patients (cat or dog). In November 2018 we lost Oscar (our orange tabby), to cancer. While Oscar will always be in our hearts, many things that our newest addition, Mable, does reminds us so much of him! Mable was a 1 year old Calico that Freedom Farm Animal Sanctuary had up for adoption. We took her in for a week to see how Ollie would react. It didn’t take us long to decide that she was a perfect fit here at Hendersonville Animal Hospital. You may hear some staff call her Karen, we just like human names for pet’s. If you or your family has allergies to cat’s and/or your dog isn’t cat friendly, please let us know and we will put our cats away while you are visiting our hospital. We don’t want anyone to be uncomfortable.

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