Dr. Reggie Wilkerson
Dr. Regina “Reggie” Wilkerson graduated from St. George’s University in Grenada West Indies and did her clinical rotation at University College in Dublin Ireland. Dr. Reggie loves to travel and has visited 15 countries and 5 continents. Aside from traveling, Dr. Reggie enjoys gardening, tennis, and spending time with Dave, a 25-year-old Senegal parrot, Branson her three-legged cat, and her four dogs, Jasper, Harrison, Endor, and Widdle. Since moving to Harrison, Dr. Reggie has started a nonprofit, Highway 7 Spay and Neuter to help low-income families afford spay/neuter surgeries for their pets as well as obtain food through the pet food pantry.
Dr. Susanne Seward
Dr. Susanne Seward grew up in Northwest Arkansas. She obtained her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Arkansas in Civil Engineering and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Florida. She just recently moved back to Arkansas after being gone for 24 years. She is currently still in the US Army Reserves where her interest is in Public and Global Health. She has a passion for community service, feline and canine preventative health care, and soft tissue surgery.
Dr. Seward enjoys traveling and spending time outdoors with her husband and two daughters. She currently has one cat, three dogs, 2 snakes, 2 geckos, and 4 mice. She just bought a few acres so the numbers will probably keep growing!
After moving to Oregon for two years, Alyssa relocated back to Northwest Arkansas and has been employed at AVS since that time. She resides with her fiance, Evan, and their three fur babies, Emma, Billy, and Fuse.
Combined with her love and appreciation for animals, her previous work experiences in customer service have provided a strong foundation to gain and learn new skills through taking the initiative to gain the knowledge needed to work in the field of animal care as a veterinary receptionist.
When she is not working, you can find her spending time with Evan, playing video games, and cuddling with her furry tails.
Jessie was raised around animals and knew she wanted to work with them as an adult. This led her to enroll in college, which she continued for 4 years earning a Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science. In her free time, she enjoys time with her family (human and fur babies alike), outdoor activities, and just relaxing in between daily chores.
Kenda is native to the Harrison area and began working at AVS during her senior year of High School. She met and married her loving husband, Nolan, in 2017. Kenda and Nolan welcomed their son, Magnus, in 2021. In her free time, she enjoys long walks with Magnus, hiking, gardening, exploring the Buffalo River, and reading a variety of fiction books. Kenda and her family have two dogs and one cat.
Crystal has lived in the area all her life. She enjoys being outdoors. She lives with her husband, Chris, and fur baby Rudy. If she’s not working at Affordable Vet or on the family farm, chances are she’s “gone fishing.”
Magnus aka “Maggie”
Magnus, also lovingly known at AVS as “Maggie”, was born in 2021 and has been a fixture at the clinic since he was 4 weeks old. If he is not eating snacks or watching his favorite shows, he is being toted around by either Kenda or his Auntie Reggie.
Maggie enjoys spending time in nature and playing in the water. He is also Rick Astley’s number one fan and is always soothed upon hearing the song “Never Gonna Give You UP”. While he is the newest arrival to AVS, he has proudly secured his position as “Employee of the Year” indefinitely.
Consulting Radiology Specialist
Dr. Pack works as an off-site Board Certified Radiology Consultant for our clinic. In particularly complex cases, we are pleased to have her on our team!
Dr. LeeAnn Pack grew up in Northeast Arkansas and worked as a human radiology technologist before entering veterinary school. She received her DVM from Louisiana State University and completed a one-year large animal internship at the Atlantic Veterinary College (AVC), Prince Edward Island, Canada.
Dr. Pack then completed a diagnostic imaging residency at the University of Georgia in 2001. She is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Radiology (ACVR).
After the completion of her residency, she moved back to Canada to again work at the Atlantic Veterinary College as a radiologist for 15 years. She acted as the service chief of the diagnostic imaging section and residency director for the ACVR resident training program. She has received multiple awards for her teaching excellence.
Dr. Pack has been an invited speaker for multiple veterinary conferences nationally and internationally as well as published multiple peer-reviewed scientific papers.
Dr. Pack is owner and CEO of Southland Vets, a mobile ultrasound and teleradiology company based in Northeast Arkansas. She also provides imaging locum support for the veterinary teaching hospitals in Missouri, at Cornell and Oregon which allows her to stay on the cutting edge of imaging. In her spare time, Dr. Pack enjoys photography and traveling. She has a patchwork Catahoula with blue eyes named Quid. She actively trains her in obedience.