Southern Indiana is home to Dr. Joan Evinger. She started volunteering at a local veterinary office in 1956. After graduating from Our Lady of Providence High School, she entered Purdue University. Dr. Evinger earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree in 1967. After graduation, she worked for several years as an associate veterinarian until she opened Care-Pets Animal Hospital and Wellness Center in 1985.
When not engaged in professional pursuits, Dr. Evinger enjoys traveling, canoeing, hiking, camping, hunting, reading and singing. She is a member of her church choir. She also enjoys spending quality, quiet time with her bird, Aurora, a Patagonian Conure, and her two cats, Bonny and Frankie.
Dr. Theenda Greer grew up in Louisville, KY. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science at the University of Tennessee and a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2001. She has practiced in several states over the years and returned home to the Kentuckiana area a few years ago.
Dr. Greer believes that preventive care and client education are crucial components that help maintain the human-animal bond and the health of our beloved pets. Her interests include pain management, dentistry and internal medicine. She is always looking to progress and advance her knowledge and skills through attending a variety of continuing education courses.
Dr. Greer’s Professional Memberships include:
- American Veterinary Medical Association
- Indiana Veterinary Medical Association
- The International Academy of Pain Management
- Greater Louisville Veterinary Medical Association
- Veterinary Information Network
During her spare time she enjoys interior decorating, gardening, traveling, dining out, and spending time with family and friends. She has one dog, Hewy, and one cat, Dell.