Kathleen Phillips, DVM and Owner

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 and Groot adopted the family and is enjoying all of the exciting Phillips' adventures.


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Wanda Hudgins, LVT, CVPM and Owner

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 has worked with Dr. Phillips for more than 18 years.  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, fear free culture, client relations and business management. She is a Canine Massage Therapist and is offering this much needed service to our furry friends.

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, relaxing on the beach, music, martial arts, Capitals hockey, enjoying wine and food pairings, walks in nature, and reading.

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Caroline, Veterinary Assistant

Caroline is a 28-year-old long time Herndon resident who has a dog, Snuffy, a cat, Bron, and a snake, Izzy.  She has worked at Franklin Farm Veterinary Clinic for 5 years and loves being a veterinary assistant. She plans on going back to school to become a licensed veterinary technician.  She enjoys talking with the pet parents and loves the fear free techniques she incorporates into each pet visit.

In her free time, she enjoys being outside in nature, going to the gym, and shopping.

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Liliana, Veterinary Assistant

Lili is originally from New York and moved to Virginia when she was eight years old.  Lili realized her passion for animals when she got her first puppy, Dori, a Cairn Terrier.  Lili trained Dori and Dori stole her heart.  Lili grew up pet sitting and dog walking for family and friends.  Lili's studies are geared to pre-veterinarian at NVCC, with plans of transitioning into the Veterinary Technology program to become a licensed veterinary technician.

In her free time, Lili enjoys spending time with her two sisters and her large family, reading, listening to music, and learning how to play the acoustic guitar.  Maybe one day, she will serenade us with her talent.


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Holly, Veterinary Assistant

Holly has always had a desire to help animals from a young age.  As a native of the Washington DC area, she has 17 years and growing in the veterinary field.  Her favorite part of the job are the relationships she builds with clients and their pets.

Her hobbies include horseback riding, hiking with her dogs, kayaking, and fishing.  She has a French Bulldog puppy named “Matilda” that has stolen her heart and her sweet and well behaved 8 year old BullMastiff Mix boy named “Wyatt Earp”. Holly enjoys spending time with family and friends in her free time.

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Ashley, Veterinary Assistant

Ashley has been in the field of veterinary medicine for 8 years. She is currently studying veterinary technology to become a licensed veterinary technician. Ashley came to us from a veterinary hospital in Georgia.  She also spent her weekends there with Georgia Humane Society and Dog Rock Rescue.  In her free time, she loves spending time with her husband, daughter and chihuahua name Koko.

Camila, Veterinary Assistant

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Kaela, Veterinary Assistant

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Miranda, Seasonal Veterinary Assistant

Miranda graduated from the University of Tennessee majoring in animal science, while minoring in biology and, wildlife and fisheries studies. She hopes to become a veterinarian and is attending Michigan State College of Veterinary Medicine.  While at University of TN, she loved giving tours as a campus ambassador and was an active member of Alpha Delta Pi. She was also the secretary of the pre-veterinarian club and worked in the dean's office in the college of Agriculture. In addition, she enjoyed performing in campus musical theater productions.

She joined the Franklin Farm Veterinary Clinic team in 2018 and enjoys learning new things each day. Every shift shows her that this is truly what she wants to do for the rest of her life. She also worked at Frying Pan Farm Park as a farmer. There, she cared for and worked with all sorts of large animals. Miranda loves classic rock, the Washington Capitals and our National Parks. In her free time, she enjoys playing guitar, painting, being outside, and dancing.

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Megan, Seasonal Veterinary Assistant

Megan Turner is currently pursuing a degree in biology from UVA.  She loves animals, medicine and helping others. Her most treasured activities are volunteering at a local animal hospital and spending time with her family, including her precious golden retriever, Winnie.  Megan enjoys spending time with Winnie and teaches her new tricks, takes her on walks, and gives her lots of treats. Megan spent much of her childhood in Bethany Beach, Delaware, and loves to visit her grandparents and cousins there on the weekends.

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