Meet Our Team
Dr. Garrett Wood
After graduating from the veterinary school at Virginia Tech in May 2013, immediately after gradutation he joined Old Dominion Animal Hospital Charlottesville. Over the last 7 years he has invested his efforts in growing the practice through education, skill training, and mentoring the professional staff. Dr. Wood has a special interest in surgery, cardiology and in ultrasound technology. Dr. Garrett lives in Charlottesville with his wife, son, cat (Apollo) and dog (Boone). Aside from veterinary medicine, Dr. Garrett enjoys nature photography, traveling, cooking, and college football.
Dr. Allison Kramer
Dr. Kramer completed veterinary school at Virginia Tech and obtained her undergraduate degree in Biology at James Madison University, where she met her husband Jeff. She joined Old Dominion Animal Hospital Charlottesville in 2006. Dr. Kramer lives in Crozet with her husband, 2 dogs, 2 cats, and their two daughters. When she is not working at the veterinary hospital, Dr. Kramer enjoys spending time outdoors, knitting, crafting, and spending time with family. She has special interests in small animal dentistry, surgery, and internal medicine.
Dr. Becky Pocock
Dr. Pocock is a graduate of the Royal Veterinary College in London and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Religion from Davidson College. She spent a happy childhood in eastern North Carolina at the barn, a habit she continues to indulge with her warmblood filly, Pip. Her love of travel and learning took her all over the UK and the world during vet school, and she feels so lucky to call this corner of the world home for now. She lives in Crozet with her wife and two terriers, Lucy (pictured) and Linus, and their enormous cat, Schroeder. Dr. Pocock enjoys all aspects of general practice, but has a special place in her heart for patients with orthopedic and neurological challenges, which led her to pursue certification in veterinary rehabilitation.
A Batesville native, Reba has always loved animals, and has been on staff at CVCC since 2012. Her easygoing nature and friendly smile make our patients and clients feel at home, and we love the positive energy she brings to our team. Reba is also working toward her goal to become an LVT at Blue Ridge Community College. In her free time, Reba likes to explore the beautiful countryside of Virginia.
Licensed Veterinary Technician
Dina was born and grew up in Riga, Latvia. She moved to the US, to Raleigh NC in 1993 at the age of 24. She received her bachelor degree in Animal Science from NC State University in 1997. In 2007, she finished the veterinary technician program at Central Carolina Community college and became a registered vet tech. Dina enjoyed working as a dental and surgical technician at a large general practice in Durham NC. She moved to Charlottesville in 2015 with her husband to run his family business, a B&B inn in Crozet. The inn has a small animal farm with 8 goats, lots of chickens, 2 ponies, 5 dogs and one cat.
Licensed Veterinary Technician
Rachel is a recent graduate of Blue Ridge's veterinary technician program and is licensed by the state of Virginia. One of Rachel’s favorite topics in school was looking at specimens under the microscope. Behaviorism is also another subject she enjoys. In her time off Rachel enjoys hiking and going to the park with her two dogs Molly and Mia.
Ally moved to Waynesboro in 2018, and has worked as a full-time Farrier since 2015 and has worked around horses her whole life. She spends her free time riding her thoroughbred Abe, and spending time with her texas heeler River. She is a graduate of Blue Ridge Community College Veterinary Technician Program and works at ODAH part time while also managing her own farrier business.
Annie has extensive experience as manager of a large foxhound troupe and worked in kennel care with a local hunt club. Her love of animals has lead her to continue her education to become a Licensed Veterinary Technician. Annie is enthusiastic about providing the best care in all areas of animal wellness. She is an avid equestrian and enjoys swimming, knitting, and family time.
Receptionist and Veterinary Assistant
Jordan moved to the Charlottesville area in January of 2019 from Seattle, WA. Jordan has spent the last 7 years working extensively in the horse industry traveling the country as a head groom for 3-day eventing riders. She joined CVCC in February of 2020 after settling down in Crozet. She lives at Ramsay Farm with her German Shepherd, Bennie, her boyfriend and his Black Lab, Diesel. Jordan spends her free time at the barn with her off the track Thoroughbred, Pyro. She has aspirations of going back to school in the near future to become a LVT.
Bradley studied Environmental Biology at Radford University, graduated in 2020, and loves all things living. His main interests are studying and understanding the behaviors of wildlife, specifically reptiles. With this job he wants to continue building his understanding of cat and dog behaviors in addition to ensuring all animals that enter Old Dominion are well taken care of and comfortable. He has lived in the Crozet/Charlottesville area his whole life and if he's not working he's training/working with his dog Cedric.
Acadia grew up in Hershey Pennsylvania, then moved to Fairfax Virginia, and is now living in Crozet. Acadia graduates from Western Albemarle High School in 2021 but also attends Piedmont Virginia Community College. She began working at Crozet Veterinary Care Center in the summer of 2019 and continued as they switched to Old Dominion. She currently lives with 5 cats, some living outside, and her new shepherd mix pup Freya. When she’s not at work you can find her hiking to waterfalls in the mountains or playing with her dog at the Crozet dog park. Acadia hopes to continue school in the animal field whether its Veterinary work or dog training. She loves working at Old Dominion because of all the new things she is learning and the animals are adorable.
Alex was born in England and moved to Charlottesville in 2013. Currently a student at UVA, Alex plans to attend Veterinary school after graduating to continue his career in the field with hopes of one day becoming a licensed Veterinarian. In his spare time, Alex loves to play with his three dogs, Oscar, London, and Clifford, and play soccer with his friends.
Caroline is a Charlottesville native who graduated from Wake Forest University last year with a BS in Biology. She is happy to be back in Charlottesville and working at ODAH while she applies to veterinary schools. Caroline has wanted to be a vet all her life and loves animals of all kinds; she even horseback rode for 15 years. She spends most of her free time with her mini labradoodle puppy, but hopes to get back into crafting and horseback riding now that she has a break from school.