When it comes to the health and happiness of your pet, settle for nothing but the best. That's why you should choose St. Francis Animal Health Care for your veterinary needs. Our staff offers a wide range of expertise, enabling us to provide your pet with the most comprehensive treatment possible.
Frances Traylor, DVM
Dr. Fran Traylor graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. She has been licensed since 1977. She and her husband, Dr. Dan Traylor, have been owners and operators of their veterinary clinic in Dale, Indiana since 1979. Pictured at right with their two dogs, Buddy and King, they also have two cats, Nemo and Fiona, and a miniature horse named Peanut.
Amy is a Registered Veterinary Technician who has been with St. Francis since December of 2014. She graduated from Murray State University in May of 2014 with a Bachelor's degree in Agriculture. She has a 12-year-old Terrier mix named Prince. When Amy is not working, she enjoys listening to music, playing with her dog, and hanging out with friends.
Shelby recently moved back into the area from Texas and just started working at St. Francis in September of 2016. She has two dogs-a Basset Hound named Daisy and a long-haired Dachshund named Luna. Her hobbies include going to the lake, cooking, and spending time with family and friends.
Veterinary Assistant / Receptionist
Ashley has been employed at St. Francis since June of 2013. The kennel position is where she started out and has worked her way around the clinic. She wears many hats. Currently, she is in charge of our inventory, but also helps out the technicians with many everyday duties. She is a momma to many fur babies. Currently, she has 2 pitbulls - Bowser and Lilly, 2 ferrets - Niko and Schnee, and 4 cats - Simon, Allie, Mercury, and Crow. Recently, she and her boyfriend bought a house together. If she is not at work she can be found spending time with her friends, and family, or passing time playing games.
Kayla has been at St. Francis since September of 2013. When she is not at the clinic helping to take care of all the animals, she loves tending to her farm animals at home. She currently has 15 chickens, 3 pot belly pigs (Gus, Grover, and Pinky), 3 dogs (Charlie, Hope, and Silis), 1 cat (Solomon), and 2 miniature donkeys on the way in the near future. Kayla enjoys running and gardening.
We are open during the following hours:
*We operate on Central Standard Time
Monday through Friday:
8:00AM - 5:30PM
8:00AM - 12:00PM
For after-hour emergencies, call
812-937-4623. If no answer, please call All Pet Emergency Clinic in Evansville at 812-422-3300.