Ardmore Companion Animal Hospital

This is the veterinary office of Dr.Wendy Rosenbek, located in Ardmore, Tennessee. Our office is always happy to serve new clients and their pets.



Our Mission

  • To provide high quality, ethical medical care for our patients with compassion and respect for them and their human families.
  • To educate our clients about the needs of their pets, both in sickness and in the promotion of wellness.
  • To consistently exceed our clients' expectations for service.


The outside of our veterinary hospital in Ardmore, TN
  • Mon-Fri: 7:30am - 6:00pm
  • Saturdays 8am-2pm
  • Closed Sundays
  • Wendy J. Rosenbek, DVM

    Veterinarian
    Dr. Wendy Rosenbek is originally from Boulder, Colorado.  She earned her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin in Madison in 1984 and earned her veterinary degree at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, graduating in 1987.  After working two years in Knoxville, she returned to her home state to practice until 1995, when her friend and classmate, Dr. Angela Aymett of Pulaski, invited her back to Tennessee.

    Dr. Rosenbek (or "Dr. Wendy" to most of her clients) lives with her husband and son on their small farm with many dogs, cats and horses.  A long-distance horse-back rider in her leisure time, Dr. Wendy originally planned to be a "horse doctor," but the complexity and challenge of small animal practice and the opportunity to help people with their pets was ultimately more compelling.

    "According to my mother, I've wanted to be a veterinarian since before I could speak.  I don't know if it's possible, but I do feel as if I was born into this profession.  I can't really imagine being satisfied doing anything else."
  • Catherine Rice, DVM

    Veterinarian

    Dr. Catherine Rice is from the small town of Northport, AL right outside of the home of the Crimson Tide, Tuscaloosa, AL. She earned a Bachelors of Science degree from the University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2017. Shortly after graduation, she happily began her veterinary career here at Ardmore Companion Animal Hospital.

     Dr. Rice lives with her dog, Brooklyn, and two cats, Sophie and Tag. She has always felt uniquely compassionate for all animals, but she is more specifically passionate about household animal health and the promotion of public health in a community. To this end, she began a career focusing primarily on companion animals and their families.

     “I guess I have always known I wanted to be a veterinarian. I even went to my 2nd grade career day as one!”

  • Gina C.

    Practice Management Consultant

    Gina began working with our team in July of 2016. Gina has worked as a Practice Management Consultant for 17 years and has 19 years of experience as a Licensed Veterinary Technician.

    "Our prime purpose in this life is to help others, and if you can't help them, at least don't hurt them."-Dalai Lama

  • Kim W.

    Lead Veterinary Technician

    Kim has been at ACAH with Dr. Rosenbek longer than anyone else, fate having brought her to our team in 1998.

    "Dr.Wendy gave me a chance, and I have been able to help make a difference in the lives of innumerable animals ever since."-Kim


  • Sherry H.

    Front Office Manager
    Sherry is also our ordering specialist for medications and medical equipment. Sherry has been with the ACAH team since 2008.

    "It followed me home, and I kept it."-Sherry
  • Stephanie G.

    Veterinary Technician
    Stephanie joined the ACAH team in June of 2016. Stephanie has been part of a trap and release program (for feral cats) since 2013 and continues her work both at the clinic and in the community. Her compassion and enthusiasm make her an asset to our team.

    "Dogs have owners, cats have staff."-Dr. Patricia B. McConnell


  • Corby C.

    Assistant Veterinary Technician

    Corby joined the ACAH team in 2007. Her physical strength and attention to detail are both vital to our patient care.


    "I just love animals."-Corby



  • Aimee G.

    Assistant Veterinary Technician
    Aimee is a dual component at ACAH. She is one of our technician's assistants, and she is part of our loving kennel staff.

    "I've always been fascinated by veterinary medicine."-Aimee
  • Bekka D.

    Assistant Veterinary Assistant/Kennel Assistant

    Bekka joined our staff in March of 2018. Her love of animals and positive attitude have made her an asset to our team.


    "Until one has loved an animal a part of one's soul remains unawakened."- Anatole France
    Years in Practice:
    Apr 29, 2018
  • Belinda P

    Receptionist

    Belinda has been a key part of our receptionist staff since 2006. She is also our leading lady for special diets and pet food ordering.


    "Ride softly, listen carefully, and love completely."-Unknown


    Years in Practice:
    Apr 29, 2018
  • Jamie J.

    Receptionist

    Jamie is one of our receptionists and a key person in managing our marketing and online presence. She joined our team in the summer of 2016.


    "It takes nothing away from a human to be kind to an animal."-Joaquin Phoenix


    Years in Practice:
    Apr 29, 2018
  • Anne K.

    Lead Kennel Assistant

    Anne is our head house keeper. Our leading lady when it comes to boarding or hospitalizing patients, Anne joined our team in the spring of 2014. She is our seamstress and the woman who almost single-handedly pulls off the bake sale to help our Abandoned Animal Fund.


    "I have a PHD in TLC."-Anne


    Years in Practice:
    Apr 29, 2018
  • Eric E.

    Kennel Assistant

    Eric is an essential part of our kennel assistant team. His infectious laugh has kept smiles on our faces since 2007.


    "I love the animals and the people here."-Eric


    Years in Practice:
    Apr 29, 2018
  • Buckshot

    Clinic Cat

    Buckshot arrived in a cardboard box, gently carried by another kind hearted Good Samaritan. She had found him alongside the road, and judging from the horrific injuries to one hind leg and his tail, we guessed he'd just narrowly missed being killed by a bush-hog or other mower. When we x-rayed him to further assess his injuries we discovered he was full of small metal pellets from being shot, too. He healed beautifully after his leg and tail amputations and has become the friendliest clinic cat we've had.


    Years in Practice:
    Apr 29, 2018