About Bean Blossom
Established in 1966, Bean Blossom Animal Clinic is a full-service veterinary practice located in Nashville, Indiana focused on providing the best possible medical care, surgical care and dental care for our highly-valued patients.
We also pride ourselves on being an integral part of the southern Indiana community for over 50 years, and we have been perfecting the art of great customer service since inception. We welcome both appointments and walk-ins and we are also open on Saturdays for the convenience of our clients. We run an efficient and friendly operation so visiting our clinic is as easy as possible for you and your pet.
Jennifer Pinkerton is a 1999 graduate from Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine. She is a native hoosier with a few stops along the road but has lived in Bloomington for the past 15 years. She has one daughter, 1 cat, 2 dogs, 1 rooster and 3 ducks.
Dr. Lee grew up in the Franklin area and graduated from Franklin Community High School in 2006. She grew up on a farm with many dogs, cats, and horses and always wanted to be a veterinarian. She attended veterinary school at Purdue University and graduated in 2013.
After graduation, Dr. Lee completed an internship in Kentucky focusing on equine medicine. She then worked at a mixed animal veterinary practice in Monrovia, Indiana before joining Franklin Animal Clinic in January of 2016. She is excited to be a part of the Bean Blossom Animal Clinic family. She particularly enjoys musculoskeletal and orthopedic cases and was recently certified in animal chiropractic.
Dr. Lee is happily married to her high school sweetheart, Kevin, and has a 2-year-old son, Jacob and 2 1/2month old daughter, Olivia. Other furry family members include 4 dogs and 3 horses. In her free time Dr. Lee enjoys riding horses and spending time with her family.
Being the daughter of a Veterinarian I was destined to work at Bean Blossom Animal Clinic with my father. I started working part time while in high school in 1983, then went to full time in 1985. I worked as an assistant and in surgeries with my Dad, and moved to the position of office manager in 1990. While working at the clinic I attended Ivy Tech for medical coding. I have 5 children and 7 grandchildren. Outside the clinic I have always been involved with animals, I showed cattle in 4-H, I was a board member for the Brown County Humane Society and have done a lot of volunteering and fostering for them. I have an extreme passion for my cats and my grand babies. Outside the clinic I babysit my granddaughter and love to travel with my husband, Rob, on our motorcycle.
I started working at Bean Blossom Animal Clinic in 2007 until November 2016. I took a year off to stay home with my 3 children, Braxton 5, Bennett 2, and Wrenn 11months. I recently got the privilege to come back to work at Bean Blossom.
I spend most of my spare time traveling to motor cross races watching my husband Anthony and my oldest son Braxton race dirt bikes. We have 1 dog, Cyrus who is a 3-year Rottweiler.
I started shadowing at Bean Blossom Animal Clinic when I was in high school in 1998, Dr. Brester liked me enough to put me on pay roll. I started at Purdue in May 2001 studying in animal science, I still continued working at Bean Blossom off and on through college. I resumed full time status in 2006. I have worked as an assistant and in the front office. I have always had a love for animals. I have raised Mastiffs and Persians, and have taken in several strays over the years. In my spare time I keep busy with my family which includes my husband Nate and our 4 kids Ethan,
Elliott, Everleigh and Ellianne. I also love shopping, crafting and sewing when time allows.
I started at Bean Blossom Animal Clinic in 2010. I have also worked at Columbus Animal Care Service and drove carriages in downtown Nashville. My husband is Brad and we have a son, Callaway who is 1 ½ years old and we have one on the way. Outside the clinic I love spending time with my son and to travel to my favorite destination Disney World. I have a golden doodle named “Mickey” after my favorite place on Earth!
My name is Brittany James, I am 23 years old from Fairland, IN. I have 4 dogs, Porter- 3-year-old mixed breed, Ace 1-year Belgian Malinois, Roscoe, a 1-year old German Shepherd and Joe a 7-year-old mixed breed. I also have a cat name Tuxedo. I actively compete in disc, dock diving, fly ball, agility, weight pull, lure coursing and obedience with my dogs. I have been training dogs for 6 years. I am very excited to be part of the team at Bean Blossom Animal Clinic.
I have been working at the clinic since 2009 as both a vet assistant and receptionist. I am married to Jacob and have a 1-year old daughter named Harper. I am currently attending IUPUC and will be graduating with a bachelors in nursing in May 2018. I have a Great Dane named Dana and kitty named Callie. I enjoy spending time with family hiking and camping.
I shadowed at Bean Blossom as a senior in high school and have just recently returned and am now a veterinary assistant. I am attending IUPUC for business and hoping to start classes and become a registered vet tech. I worked at the Brown County Humane Society for 2 years and also did a lot of fostering for them. I have 5 dogs, Billy, Phoebe, Yoda, LuLu, Delilah. 2 cats Sampson and Athena. Domino the rabbit and Blanche my duck, not to mention my 4 chickens Spice, Road Runner, Hawk, Freckles.
I started working at Bean Blossom Animal Clinic October 2017. I am currently attending Penn Foster for an associate’s degree for veterinary technician and will graduate next year. I have Debo a Rottweiler and Medusa a Jack Russel, Oliver and Iggy my potbellied pigs, and my bearded dragon Max. I enjoy kayaking and watching my brothers race on dirt tracks.
I had the privilege of starting to work at Bean Blossom Animal Clinic in 1976, working through high school. I Left for a few years to go to college and start a family. I then came back for a total of 36 years as an employee. I started working for Dr. Brester as an assistant and did farm calls. These days I work in front office as receptionist. I was born and raised on my family farm and continue to farm with my husband, Kent. I have spent many years volunteering in both church and other community organizations. Our family showed livestock for several years in both state and national levels. Animals have been a passion for me all my life and I have had the opportunity to have horses, cattle, sheep, hogs, goats, all poultry, rabbits, dogs and cats. We still farm and outside the client I spend time spoiling my 4 amazing grandchildren, restoring my historic family home place and serving God with all my heart.