Our Doctors

Brandon DixonBrandon Dixon

DVM/Practice Owner

Professional Associations

AVMA, AAV, ARAV, AEMV

Information

Dr. Dixon graduated from the University of Tennessee in 1996 and has spent the majority of his clinical practice here in the Nashville area. In his free time he enjoys playing paintball, watching movies, reading books, and cooking with his girlfriend. Between them they have three dogs and one cat.

Dr. Dixon has also served as a backup veterinarian for the Nashville Zoo since 2003.

 


Alison Fields

Allison Fields (Newton)

DVM

Professional Associations

TVMA, AVMA, NPEC Board Member, DCVMA

Information

Dr. Fields got her B.S. from MTSU in 1995, and a B.A. from Vanderbilt University in 1992. During 1999, she graduated from UT College of Veterinary Medicine. She and her husband Michael have two cats and a golden retriever.

The pair loves cooking, camping, and fishing. Dr. Fields has worked in the Nashville area since graduation from vet school and has been at the Volunteer Vet Clinic since 2004.

 


 

Lucy Barrett

Lucy Barrett

DVM

Professional Associations

AVMA

Information

Dr. Barrett is a Nashville native, born and raised. She graduated from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine in 1990, and also holds a degree in forestry and geology from the University of the South. Dr. Barrett worked in Atlanta, GA in a mixed practice – emergency medicine and small animals – before moving back to Tennessee.

She has worked as a relief veterinarian ever since. Dr. Barrett also works for The Humane Association of Wilson County 1 – 2 days a week. She does free spays and neuters there for people who demonstrate a financial need.

Lucy enjoys knitting, reading, walks, and gardening. She is married to a real, live Georgia Cracker and has 3 children, 3 dogs, 3 cats, and 3 gerbils! Dr. Barrett has worked for us on Saturdays since 2005… we are blessed to have her as part of our staff.

 


Roger Richards

Retired DVM, Former Owner

Professional Associations

AVMA

Information

Dr. Richards purchased Volunteer Veterinary Clinic in 1970. In 2005 he sold the clinic to Dr. Brandon Dixon and retired. He now spends his days “horsing around” with his Tennessee Walking Horses and is still a very important part of all our lives!