Your furry friend's wrinkles give him or her a very distinctive appearance, but the very characteristic that helps define his or her breed can also cause skin irritation and infections. In many ca ...View Article
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Meet Our Team
Dr. Patterson is a originally from New Jersey. She studied Biology with a specialization in Marine Sciences and received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Boston University
Dr. Hollowell has been practicing small animal veterinary medicine since 1998 when she graduated from Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine. She moved to Virginia Beach in 2004 to be closer to family and met her husband Todd a native of this area.
Dr. Hollowell has special interest in surgery, dentistry and rehabilitative medicine. She became certified in Canine Rehabilitation Therapy in 2009 and works with PAWS for Rehabilitation to assist patients in recovering from injuries or improving the quality of life for many of our area’s four legged friends. She is mother to 4 fur babies – 2 special needs cats and 2 dogs.
Dr. Hollowell has served in veterinary leadership roles since her graduation from Veterinary school and she enjoys volunteering her time in roles to improve the quality of life for veterinarians, clients and their patients. She is a member of the AVMA, AAHA, VVMA, SHRVMA, American Feline Practitioners Association, and the International Association of Veterinary Pain Management.
In her personal time Dr. Hollowell can be found riding horses, sewing, reading or boating with her family with her three children.
Aimee is a native of Virginia Beach. She received her bachelor's in Biology from Old Dominion University and her Veterinary Technician Certification from Blue Ridge Community College.
Aimee has worked in the veterinary field since 1992 in a variety of roles. During her time she has worked with both large and small animals, exotic animals and even marine life.
Aimee joined the PAWS family in 2015. Aimee's special interests in sports medicine and pain management are a nice fit with our services here at PAWS. She is currently pursing certification and will be our first Certified Canine Rehabilitation Assistant.
Four dogs, two cats, a husband and a 10 year old fill Aimee's time when not at work. She also enjoys competing in flyball and nosework as well as reading, crafting and cooking.
Doreen is originally from Massachusetts but has lived in Virginia Beach since 1961. Her professional background is in Family Medicine as well as working with children with Autism. When the opportunity arose to come to work at P.A.W.S. For Rehabilitation she jumped at the chance. In her own words: “Having been part of the P.A.W.S. family as a client I felt this would be the dream job working with dogs and their awesome owners.” When she is not at PAWS, she enjoys gardening, biking, baking and hanging out with her husband Steven.
Krickett is a Physical Therapist Assistant working primarily for Wardell Orthopedics in Suffolk. She has been a PTA for 8 years in an orthopedic out-patient setting. Through continuing education and amazing mentors, she has learned how to perform Myofascial Release and other manual techniques to improve function, relieving pain. With the combination of classes and gifted hands, she has been able to relieve pain not only for people, but dogs too!