Dr. Allison Stock joined our team in February of 2014. She grew up in Tavares, Florida, a small town north of Orlando. She received her BA in Biology and Chemistry from Maryville College in 2004, after following her father (class of ’73) and her sister (class of ’01) to Maryville. She earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2008 from the University of Tennessee and graduated near the top of her class. Dr. Stock then married her college sweetheart and moved to Smyrna, TN.
There she practiced for 5 years at a clinic that specialized in small and exotic animals before having her daughter in July, 2013. This led to her desire to be back close to her family here in East TN. Dr. Stock has a passion for the well-being of all animals and she treats each and every patient as if it were her own pet. Her particular veterinary interests include soft tissue surgery, oncology, preventive medicine, and zoo animal medicine.
She currently owns a Boxer “Madison” and a "Zebra"
Dr. Denise Frazier owns and operates Northshore Animal Hospital that she established in November
2000. She planned and designed the hospital using 23 years of clinical experience in small animal medicine and surgery. Her children, Matt and Lori, worked alongside her to develop and grow the hospital. Lori loved
the business and animals so much that she has stayed to manage the practice.
Dr. Frazier grew up in Norcross, Georgia and was valedictorian of her high school class. She received her B.S. degree in Microbiology in 1975 and then her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 1978 from the University of Georgia. She graduated Magna cum laude and was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi honorary societies.
She practiced veterinary medicine in Gaithersbury, Maryland from graduation until 1983, the moved back home to the South to live in Atlanta. In 1989 the family relocated to Knoxville and found a new home. A brief two year stay in Naperville, Illinois sent her back to Knoxville for a permanent home. She is licensed in Maryland, Georgia, Florida, Illinois, and Tennessee. Her children, Matt and Lori both graduated from Farragut High School. For this family, the Red and Black of Georgia has been replaced with the Orange of Tennessee! Go Vols!
Throughout her career, Dr. Frazier has been active in the veterinary community. Dr. Frazier is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association; American Association of Feline Practitioners; Tennessee Veterinary Medical Association; Knoxville Veterinary Medical Association and the American Veterinary Dental society.
Dr. Frazier knew her love of animals and her desire to be a veterinarian would lead her to have her own hospital someday. Northshore Animal Hospital has made that dream come true. She and her family are very grateful for the love and support of the community and all of her patients!
Lori has provided operations leadership for Northshore Animal Hospital since its inception. As Practice Manager, she works to maintain the highest levels of quality and customer service that our clients have come to expect.
Animals include: English Labs (Harley and Abby, pictured to the right), Great Pyrenees (Goat Protectors!), Barn Kitties, Paint Horse, Mini Donkey's and Nigerian Dwarf Goats.
Robin has been grooming at NAH since 2005. She’s been grooming pets for 23 years and has seen it all and done it all. She takes extra care to make sure that every pet’s grooming experience is stress-free, and is always happy to educate clients on how to maintain their pets at home between haircuts. Robin’s experience and talents help to make Northshore Animal Hospital a real full-service clinic.
Robin maintains her skills on: 2 Golden Retreivers and 4 cats
Check our Grooming section for more details!
Megan has been at NAH as a receptionist since July 2014. As a previous teacher, she’s used to the multi-tasking that is required to keep the daily flow going. You’ll always be assisted with a smile if Megan is around. Megan’s love of animals combined with her sweet personality make her a perfect addition to our front desk staff.
Megan’s house is full with: a Havanese, a Bearded Collie, a mixed breed, and 2 cats