Snodgrass Veterinary Medical Center is a full service small and large animal veterinary hospital located in Bowling Green, KY. The founding veterinarian is Dr. Stan Snodgrass, who started the business in 1989. Dr. Hannah Thomas joined the Snodgrass Veterinary Medical Center team in 2017. In more than 30 years of operation, Snodgrass Veterinary Medical Center has expanded to include full surgery and medicine services for small animal, spa services, medical boarding, on-site pet crematory, and large animal medicine, surgery, and reproduction. Our goal at Snodgrass Veterinary Medical Center is to treat each client and pet as one of our own family members.
Dr. Stan Snodgrass
Dr. Stan Snodgrass attended WKU for his undergraduate studies, and then graduated from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1984. He and his wife, Jennifer, have been married since 1973. Dr. Snodgrass says he is fortunate his loving wife has always supported his love of music and veterinary medicine. Dr. Snodgrass started Snodgrass Veterinary Medical Center in 1989. Dr. Snodgrass enjoys working on both large and small animals. He also enjoys showing cutting horses and recording music — check out his album Big Time!
Dr. Hannah Thomas
Dr. Hannah Thomas is a Bowling Green native, attended WKU for undergraduate, and graduated from Auburn College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. Dr. Thomas joined Snodgrass Veterinary Medical Center in 2017 and works on both large and small animals. She enjoys riding and showing reining horses with her husband, Josh. They have two beautiful daughters, Clara and Eliza.
Dr. Mara Bynum
Dr. Mara Bynum is a graduate of the Lincoln Memorial University – College of Veterinary Medicine. She is passionate about caring for both small and large animals. Dr. Bynum and her husband, Trent, enjoy hiking, camping, horseback riding, and hobby farming. They also enjoy movies and music, and they love going to shows in Nashville. Their pet family currently includes two dogs, four cats, chickens, a horse, and two green-cheek conures.