Please note: We will be closing early at 12 pm on Friday, December 24th and closed all day on Saturday, December 25th.
Please note: We will be closing early at 12 pm on Friday, December 31st and closed all day on Saturday, January 1st.

Meet Our Team

Scott County Veterinary Clinic is a full-service veterinary hospital, including a pharmacy, a surgical suite with state-of-the-art technology, on-site x-ray capabilities, a supervised intensive care area, and boarding facilities.

Our team of veterinary technicians, assistants, management and customer service representatives are dedicated to creating a good experience for both you and your pet.

Dr. Karen Hancock Young, DVM

Dr. Karen Hancock Young, DVM

Veterinarian, Clinic Owner

Dr. Young is a native of Lexington, KY, where she grew up on a farm with lots of animals that she loved to care for. She decided at the age of nine that she wanted to be a veterinarian and never wavered from the path. Dr. Young graduated from Paul Laurence Dunbar’s Math, Science and Technology program in 2002 continuing her love of science and animals through her high school career. She then went on to acquire her Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science from the University of Kentucky in 2005 and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2009. After graduating from veterinary school, Dr. Young worked in a busy mixed animal practice in Summerville, GA for almost 3 years before she had the opportunity to purchase Scott County Veterinary Clinic and move back to beautiful Central Kentucky.

She lives in Georgetown with her husband, Chad and her 2-year-old daughter, Lauren. Other, furrier family members include her sidekick and partner since the beginning of this veterinary journey, Toby Keith, a Jack Russell Terrier mix, and two cats, Linus and Winnie. Dr. Young can’t wait to meet you and your furry family members!

Dr. Chelsea Wilson, DVM

Dr. Chelsea Wilson, DVM

Associate Veterinarian

Dr. Wilson is originally from Lexington, KY. She went to Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green for her undergraduate degree and earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Auburn University. Dr. Wilson has two dogs of her own, Luca and Sophie, both of which she rescued during veterinary school and have become a part of her family. She looks forward to meeting each and every one of your furry family members and caring for them as if they were her own.

Dr. Christina Wells, DVM

Dr. Christina Wells, DVM

Associate Veterinarian

Dr. Wells was born in Taiwan and moved to Auckland, New Zealand with her family when she was 8 years old. She gained her undergraduate and Master’s degrees from Auckland University and practiced as an Audiologist at Whangarei Children’s Hospital before returning to University to pursue her one true passion – Veterinary Medicine. She received her degree in Veterinary Science from Massey University in New Zealand in 2012. Following graduation, she moved to Kentucky with her husband Jason, who is a Kentucky native, to begin her career as a mixed animal veterinarian in Cynthiana. Together with their dogs and their two young daughters, Savannah and Teagan, they have made Georgetown their home. She is truly excited to be a part of the Scott County Veterinary Clinic family and is looking forward to meeting all of your fur babies and their lovely owners.

Tammy Washburn, LVT

Tammy Washburn, LVT

Licensed Veterinary Technician

Tammy Washburn grew up in Central Florida, and upon graduating from the University of Florida in 1993, she moved to Kentucky. In 1996, Tammy attended Morehead State University where she obtained her veterinary technician license. She currently lives in Stamping Ground with her husband, two horses, and a cat. In her free time, Tammy enjoys volunteering with the Kentucky Wildlife Center and Scott County Girl Scouts.

Brooke McGuire

Brooke McGuire

Veterinary Assistant

Brooke is originally from Washington State. She came to Kentucky after graduating college from Washington State University with a degree in Animal Science. In Washington, Brooke worked in an emergency veterinary clinic while attending college. After an internship in the Thoroughbred racing industry, she has joined the team here at Scott County Veterinary Clinic. She fell in love with Kentucky and has become an “honorary” Kentucky girl here with her border collies.

Ariel Masingo

Ariel Masingo

Veterinary Assistant

Ariel is one of our newest technicians. She has been with us for about two months now and we are so glad to have her as a part of our team! In addition to the two in the picture, she and her husband have 4 kittens and a rabbit. When she is not loving on animals, she likes to coupon and cook. Her favorite color is green and one fact about her is that her dog weigh more than she does!
Krista Berwanger, LVT

Krista Berwanger, LVT

Veterinary Technician

Krista was born in Georgetown Kentucky. She grew up in Stamping Ground Kentucky and has always been an animal lover. Krista graduated from Scott County High School in 2003 and moved to North Carolina for a few years after that. In 2004 she became a mother, she now has 3 daughters whom she loves dearly.

In 2011 Krista made her way back home. She was ready for her next journey in life and decided to attend Morehead State University. In 2019 she graduated with an Associates’s degree in Veterinary Technology and became an LVT. 2019 is also when she married her love, Brian. Together they live in Sadieville with their 3 daughters(Lillie, Alyssa, and Emma), 2 dogs (Kane and Pip), and 3 cats (Declan, Eclipse, and Cheeto).

Caroline Cobuluis

Caroline Cobuluis

Veterinary Assistant

Caroline is one of the wonderful assistants that joined us in 2021. We are so glad to have her as a part of our team! Caroline was born in Lexington, Kentucky, and moved to Georgetown when she was nine years old. She has always had a love for animals of all kinds. Caroline graduated from Scott County High School in 2020. While she was in high school, she took animal science classes. She has been working in veterinary clinics for since 2018. She plans to attend Morehead State University in the future for her LVT. Caroline spends her free time with family, watching movies, cooking/baking and pet sitting.

Amanda DeRossett

Amanda DeRossett

Veterinary Assistant

Amanda was born and raised in Lexington, Kentucky, graduating from Lafayette High School. She studied criminal justice at Eastern Kentucky University to become an Animal Control Officer. After her college career, she started working at the Lexington Humane Society and Lexington-Fayette Animal Care & Control. While working at Animal Care & Control, she decided that she wanted to get into small animal medicine and enrolled in the Penn Foster Veterinary Technician program. When Amanda is not at work, she enjoys spending time with her spouse and their two fur children; Ghost, an American Bulldog/ American Pit Bull mix, and Princess Leia, a Basenji/ Husky mix. And they have a turtle named Jack! She also enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, going to the movie theater, and caring for and tending to her plants.

Madison Sandford

Madison Sandford

Veterinary Assistant

Madison is one of our veterinary assistants and is one of the first faces you see when you visit our clinic. She graduated from Scott County high school in 2018 and has a love for all animals, although her favorite are hedgehogs! She has three of them, along with two cockatiels and a green cheek conure. She is currently attending BCTC and plans on transferring to Morehead University within the next few years to become a certified vet tech. She has always had a calling to take care of animals. Her dream is to work either at a rescue center or an animal rehabilitation facility. We are so glad to have Madison as part of our team.

Jackie Lett

Jackie Lett

Kennel Manager

Jackie grew up in Enniscorthy, Ireland from where she graduated high school. She then moved to Kentucky to pursue working with horses for 20 years. From there she started working in small animal care throughout the US and eventually ended up back in Kentucky living with her husband, dog, and two cats. She joined our team and we are so lucky to have her here to take care of our boarding facility and to give your pet great care while you are away!

Nickie Minehardt

Nickie Minehardt

Customer Service Representative

Nickie was born and raised in upstate New York. She worked at a local animal shelter for 20 years before her family made the big move to Kentucky in 2013. She continued to chase her passion for working with animals and worked in boarding facilities prior to her arrival at SCVC. She loves spending time with her husband, three kids, and her animals.

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Contact

Phone: 502-863-5548
Fax: 502-863-6781
Email: appointment@scottcountyvet.com

Location

2099 Frankfort Pike
Georgetown, KY 40324
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HOURS

Mon: 7:30AM - 5:00PM
Tues - Fri: 7:30AM - 5:00PM
Sat: 8:30AM - 12:00PM
Sun: Closed

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