Kathleen Phillips, DVM

Dr. Kathleen Phillips graduated from Cornell University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2001.  Having practiced small animal medicine and surgery in the Springfield area since graduation, Dr. Phillips is extremely excited to share her experience and Fear Free approach to pet care with everyone at Franklin Farm!  Dr. Phillips enjoys working with both dogs and cats, but has soft spots for ornery tuxedo cats and little dogs who snort.  She is originally from Buffalo, New York, and loves to discuss the fortunes and misfortunes of her beloved Bills and Sabres.  An avid Nationals fan, she can often be found sitting along the third baseline at Nationals Park with her husband Matt, her son Ethan, and anyone else who will tolerate her love of underrated third basemen and a good pitcher's duel.  Her pup Scruffy just adopted the family and is enjoying all of the exciting Phillips' adventures.

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Wanda Hudgins, CVPM, LVT

Wanda Hudgins is a certified veterinary practice manager and a licensed veterinary technician who has been working in and managing veterinary hospitals since 2000.  She is a graduate of V.M.I., Purdue's Veterinary Management Institute as well as AAHA's Veterinary Management School.  She is also an active and long-standing member of the Veterinary Hospital Managers Association.  Wanda's professional interests include patient care, client relations and business management. She is originally from Wisconsin and enjoys cheese, brats and the Packers.  During her free time she enjoys spending time with her husband Jon, her dog Sweet Maple Moon, and cats Little, Boomer and Buster Morris, relaxing on the beach, music, martial arts, walks in nature, and reading.

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Amy Dillon, DVM

Dr. Amy Dillon graduated from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 1998 with her DVM. Her undergraduate degree was a Bachelor’s in Animal Science at Cornell University. After received her DVM, she practiced in upstate NY for 5 years before returning to her native Northern Virginia. For the past 15 years, she practiced small animal medicine and was the medical director at a veterinary hospital in Centreville, Va. During her career, she has been named one of Northern Virginia’s Top Veterinarians by Northern Virginia Magazine in both 2017 and 2018.  


Dr Dillon lives in Franklin Farm and is excited to share her years of experience with our practice and patients as a regular relief veterinarian. Her interests include internal medicine, ultrasound, soft tissue surgery, cold laser therapy, and dentistry. She has an affinity for senior pets and practices preventative medicine for early detection and treatment of illnesses, allowing pets to live longer and more comfortable lives. She utilizes the Fear Free approach for veterinary visits to relieve stress and promote positive interactions.


Dr. Dillon has a full house at home with her husband, two boys, three dachshunds, one boxer mix, two cats, and two geckos. She enjoys crafts and scouts with her boys, reading, wine tasting, and travel.  


Stacey Sparacino, LVT

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Caroline Webster, Veterinary Assistant

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Philip Blake, Veterinary Assistant

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Daniela Morales, Veterinary Assistant

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Alexa Vockley, Veterinary Assistant

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Charlotte Peterkin, Veterinary Assistant in Training

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Megan Turner, Veterinary Assistant in Training

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Miranda McBride, Seasonal, Veterinary Assistant in Training

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