Dr. Lisa Loyd graduated from West Virginia University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Science in 1984. She then went on to receive her DVM from the University of Georgia in 1987. Dr. Loyd resides in Taylor County with her husband, Ronnie, and their twin boys Matthew and James. They have 2 Golden retrievers, 2 cats, and a cow/calf beef farm. Dr. Loyd is the organizational leader of Valley Falls Dreamers 4-H Club and is active in the county 4-H Program. Her spare time is spent getting their boys to their various activities.
Dr. Knotts grew up on a farm raising Limousin cattle outside of Grafton, WV. His interest in large animal grew from here, and decided to attend West Virginia University where he majored in Animal and Veterinary Sciences. In 2010, he graduated from Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine. When not at Audubon, Dr. Knotts enjoys spending time with his wife Rebecka, and sons; Clay, Cabell ,and Boone. You can see Dr. Knotts at either our Philippi, or Bridgeport clinics.
Dr. Linner grew up in a large family in Pittsburgh, PA. She obtained a Bachelor of Science from Indiana University, of Pennsylvania, and then joined the Navy. She earned her Masters of Agriculture, from Penn State, and then entered the University of Tennessee graduating in 1988 with a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. In addition to caring for pets and farm animals, she also has a special interest in exotic animals. Dr. Linner resides on a small farm in Harrison County with her dogs, cats, goats, and chickens. In her spare time she enjoys photography,making jewelry, and competing with pistol and rifle.
Dr. Loomis earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture and her Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Management from Wilmington College of OH. She earned her DVM from Ohio State. She has been with our practice for more than 15 years. She currently lives in a full house with her husband, father, 2 children, dogs, cats, a tortoise, a gecko, 4 horses, a cow, sheep and chickens. When she isn’t working, she enjoys endurance riding, knitting, and reading science fiction and fantasy.
Dr. Maset grew up in Rachel, WV. He attended West Virginia University, and obtained his bachelor of science in animal and veterinary sciences. From there, he enrolled in Ohio State University, and graduated in 2004. From 2004-2005 Dr. Maset worked for Ohio State University large animal services. In 2005, Dr. Maset began working for Audubon Animal Clinic. Dr. Maset currently resides in Clarksburg, WV. When not working, Dr. Maset enjoys spending time with his daughter, Emilia, and riding Quarter horses.
Dr. Jaclyn Warner, an associate veterinarian, is a graduate of Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. Jaclyn is a native of Bridgeport, West Virginia and attended West Virginia University for her undergraduate education. Dr. Warner has practiced in predominately small animal hospitals spanning from Florida to Virginia, and recently returned to West Virginia to be closer to family. Her veterinary interests include dermatology, nutrition, surgery, and pain management. In her free time, Dr. Warner enjoys outdoor activities with her dogs, Rosie and Archer, and cheering on the West Virginia University Mountaineers!