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Meet our Staff

Alexis Eppinett, Veterinary Nurse

Alexis is an invaluable asset to Live Oak Animal Hospital.  She is caring, compassionate and the one who keeps us organized. She is a graduate of Live Oak High School and is married to Joseph and has two daughters and one son. She also has 2 Siberian Huskies, 5 Pembroke Welsh Corgis, and 1 Pom-ski. Alexis enjoys art projects. If she has any time for relaxation, it’s usually spent painting or reading a good book.

Years in Practice: Since October 2007


Emily Farve, Veterinary Nurse

Emily has been a veterinary assistant since June 2020.  She moved to Watson from the Mississippi gulf coast in 2019 after graduating college with an associate degree in the arts and getting engaged to Collins.  Emily has two equine partners Mister and Hazer that she uses to compete in barrel racing.  Hazer is a 13-year-old roan gelding that she used for high school rodeos.  Mister is a 10-year-old bay gelding that she used for college rodeos.  These days Emily spends her time riding her horses, going to local barrel races, and working at Live Oak Animal Hospital.

Years in Practice: Since June 2020


Lindsay Tippett, Veterinary Nurse

Lindsay is a resident of Central City where she lives with her husband, Nick, and her two children, Winrie and Welsey.  She also has two dogs, Oreo and Maddy.  Lindsay received a certification in 2010 for veterinary assistance and has been taking care of large and small animals ever sense.  In her down time, she continues to study veterinary technology in hopes to become a registered veterinary technician.

Years in Practice: Since August 2021


Lauren Harris, Veterinary Nurse

Lauren has been working in the veterinary field since July 2012. She is a veterinary technician having attained her degree in Veterinary Technology from Northshore Technical Community College. Lauren has a black and white paint gelding named Levi. She has competed with him in Western Riding events throughout south Louisiana. She also has 2 miniature horses, Hope and Angel, that she uses for therapy horses. Angel is a certified therapy horse that she takes to visit sick persons, especially children. She loves seeing the excitement on the children’s faces when visiting the hospitals. Finally, she has 2 poodles named Paris and Zoey. Like most of us, her dogs are very spoiled and think they are 4-legged people. In her free time Lauren is involved in her church and enjoys helping her parents and grandparents. She also enjoys “hanging out” at the barn teaching the miniature horses new tricks.

Years in Practice: Since May 2022


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