Dr. Donna Piercy, a graduate of Greenbrier East High School, received her Bachelor’s of Science Degree from West Virginia University and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine Degree from the University of Georgia. Dr. Piercy brings with her over 30 years of veterinary medical experience which includes: Small and large animal clinical practice, Medical Director of a multi-doctor small animal practice, Managerial positions at corporations such as Hill’s Pet Nutrition, IDEXX Laboratories, Hartz Mountain and PetsMart Veterinary Service and Consulting contracts across the United States, on sales, management, and communication skills. Her career background includes conducting workshops at various Veterinary and Veterinary Technician colleges as well as National and local veterinary conferences on communication/leadership skills, practice management and human resource issues, and coaching and mentoring challenges. In addition she has written manuals and online training programs for organizations such as Cornerstone, AVMA (NCVEI), and several Veterinary Technician colleges. Dr. Piercy’s focus is on communicating total pet care with emphasis on preventative medicine in order to improve a pet’s quality of life.
Dr. Piercy enjoys spending time with family and friends, caring for her many feline, canine and reptile pets along with several outdoor activities such as kayaking, hiking, camping and gardening. She also has special interests in Interior decorating,, card design, needlepoint, crocheting and knitting. Dr. Piercy is the daughter of George and Lee Piercy, sister of Bill and Leann Piercy-McMillion of Lewisburg. She has one son, Kelby - a certified shotgun shooting instructor and a professional clay target competitor. Currently, he resides in Northern Virginia while working for The National Riffle Association.