Meet Our Team
If you’re looking for vets in Boonville who will care for your pets, just as much as you do, look no further than Warrick Veterinary Clinic! We’re staffed with a team of friendly, skilled vets who are supported by an equally welcoming and skilled staff.
Dr. John Baker, DVM
I grew up on a small family farm in eastern Warrick County and graduated from Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1981. Three years prior, I married my wife, Andrea, with whom I raised our two children and various 4-H animals, including ponies, goats, and Suffolk. We now have an English bulldog named Axle who is also part of the family. I opened Warrick Veterinary Clinic in 1984 as a mixed animal practice and consider it a blessing to now have both of my children, Drs. Jordan and Natalie, as part of the veterinary team. Today, Warrick Veterinary Clinic has eight veterinarians at our two locations. Our goal at the clinic was and still is to always improve the services we offered our clients.
Dr. Jordan Baker, DVM
As the son of a veterinarian, I always dreamed of following in my father’s footsteps, so I moved to West Lafayette in 2003 after high school to pursue veterinary medicine. I graduated from Purdue’s Vet School in 2010 and joined Warrick Veterinary Clinic soon after. Since then, I have worked with various species and added new services and equipment to the clinics, including digital radiography, ultrasound, and endoscopy.
My wife, Rachel, and I moved back to Warrick County in the Spring of 2019 with our son and daughter, Jackson & Adalyn, who are already proving to be animal lovers. Time will tell if they choose to follow the family footsteps. Our new space allows us to continue growing our own personal petting zoo, consisting of goats, horses, and pigs, along with the many dogs and cats. Rachel completed her training as a veterinary technician from Murray State University, but we are very grateful that she can stay home with our two children during their early years before she continues pursuing her own career in veterinary medicine.
I’m fortunate to now work alongside my father and sister, Drs. John and Natalie Baker, and other great veterinarians, technicians, and staff. We at Warrick Vet are truly a family-owned and operated, homegrown establishment. We have wonderful clients, and I am excited to continue to meet and serve our community.
Dr. Natalie Baker, DVM
I was born and raised on a farm in Warrick County. Growing up with a father who was a mixed animal veterinarian and with domestic and 4-H animals, there was never a doubt that I, too, wanted a career in veterinary medicine. I was accepted into the Purdue School of Veterinary Medicine, Class of 2014, and pursued a mixed animal tract. Now, I provide care for companion animals on Saturday mornings here in Newburgh, but most of my time is spent doing swine herd health checks for our swine producers. Outside of work, I enjoy horseback riding, boating, and supporting the Boilermakers’ sports teams. I’m the proud owner of a spotted pony (Lucky), an English bulldog (Rosie), a golden retriever (Forrest), and two kittens (Pip and Gray Bush).
Dr. Tal Bartlett, DVM
Dr. Bartlett grew up on his family farm in Vincennes, Indiana. He was very involved in his father’s equine practice growing up. During this time, he developed his passion for the care of animals and interest in veterinary medicine. On the farm he enjoyed raising and showing reining horses. He completed his undergraduate education at Purdue University with a degree in Animal Sciences in 2008. Dr. Bartlett graduated from the Purdue School of Veterinary medicine in 2012. He lives with his wife Lizelle in Jasper, Indiana. In his free time Dr. Bartlett enjoys cooking, listening to vinyl records, hunting and shooting sports.
Dr. Elisha Perrin, DVM
My name is Elisha Perrin, and I joined the team at Warrick Veterinary Clinic in June 2017. I grew up just north of the practice in Loogootee, Indiana. Much of my childhood was spent raising and showing beef cattle, dairy goats, and chickens in 4-H with my dogs being my constant companions. I always respected our vet and appreciated the time and effort he put into our animals which helped me to decide to pursue a career as a veterinarian.
I graduated from Purdue University with a degree in Animal Sciences in 2013. After that, I was accepted into Purdue’s College of Veterinary Medicine where I focused on food animal medicine and graduated in 2017. My main interests are helping clients develop preventative health programs for their livestock and reproductive technologies such as ultrasounding pregnancies, fetal sexing, and embryo transfer.
Although I do spend time on the road making farm calls for cattle, sheep, goats, llamas, and alpacas, I’m excited to say you’ll also see me working at Warrick Veterinary Clinic in Boonville and Newburgh where I have the pleasure of helping with preventative care for your companion animals as well.
My husband, Joe, and I live in Boonville with our two dogs, Sage and Cayenne, our cat Bobbi, and a small chicken flock. I love spending time outside whether that be hiking, canoeing, fishing, or gardening. If you can’t find me outside, it’s a safe bet I’m cheering on my Purdue Boilermakers!
I’m proud to be a member of the team of outstanding doctors and staff here at WVC and I’m looking forward to working with you and your animals!
Dr. Amanda Flick, DVM
My love of caring for animals started at a young age; I have always had quite the variety of pets, from parakeets to dairy goats to dogs and cats. I graduated from Murray State University with a Bachelor of Science in agriculture and earned my Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Missouri. Following graduation, I spent a year in the Appalachian Mountains before returning home to West Side Evansville. I began working with the Warrick Veterinary Clinic Newburgh Plaza team in May of 2016. I live with my dogs, Sunshine and Bug, and two cats, Quigley and Willow. I hope to add chickens and rabbits in the near future, too. In my free time, I enjoy crafting and gardening.
Client Service Representatives
I initially began working at Warrick Veterinary Clinic in high school and before attending college. After college, I came back to join the team in February 2011. I am married to PJ Paff, with whom I have a little boy, Gage, and a little girl, Lydia, who keep us busy. We also have a Rottweiler named Jarvis, a shar-pei named Irwin, a bull terrier named Pearl, and a cat named Lucy. You usually can catch me up front or working in the appointments. I love working with the animals and getting to know the owners. I strive to make your experience the best that it can be.
As one of the receptionists here, I have the pleasure of meeting and greeting your pets (and you) when they come for a visit. I also assist with inventory and purchasing. I have been part of the Warrick Vet Clinic team since August 2006. My husband, Sam, and I live south of Boonville. We have three married children and six grandchildren. We enjoy spending time with our sweet standard poodle, Sunny, and three grand dogs: Charlie (golden doodle), Wilson (springer spaniel mix), and Reggie (Boston terrier). I attend Hopelight Community Church in Newburgh where I help with children’s ministries. I love spending time with family and friends. I also enjoy cooking, gardening, and reading.
I’ve worked at Warrick Vet Clinic since 2017. I enjoy working at the clinic and being able to help clients and be there for them and their pets. I’m a mom to a little girl named Lexi. I currently have two pets, a dog name Squirt and a cat named Mystic.
Registered Veterinary Technicians
My employment at Warrick Veterinary Clinic first began when I graduated high school. I worked here for three years, and after transferring majors and species in school, I began working here again in March 2015. I am very happy to be back and to be able to work with the variety of small and large animals at the clinic. I received my certification in veterinary assistance in 2008, graduated as salutatorian for the Class of September 2016 from Harrison College, and received an associate’s veterinary technician degree. I have since passed my Veterinary Technology National Exam, and am a Registered Veterinary Technician.
I have special interests in dentistry, neonatal care, and cardiology. I am the diabetes coach for WVC. Having experience of working with fractious animals, and reading behavioral traits, as well as lowering stress thresholds has lead me to be nicknamed the cat whisperer of our clinic. I strive to create a stress-free environment for you and your pets.
Currently, my fur family consists of cats, dogs, goats, and horses. Outside of work, I help out with caring for goats at Kern SuperStock Farm. I enjoy riding horses, hiking, kayaking, and spending time outdoors.
Because I have always had a love for the field of veterinary medicine, I could not be happier with my career choice.
My name is Chandra but most people call me Channy. I graduated from Harrison College in 2012 and have been in the veterinary field since 2010. I absolutely love the veterinary profession and couldn’t see myself being anywhere else! I have been married to my amazing husband Allen since 2011 and have two beautiful girls, Adalene and Elise. I have 3 dogs (Kingsley, Wonton, and Wasabi), two cats (O’Malley and Jasper), a leopard gecko Leviathan, and a fish Kraken. In my spare time I love traveling, hiking, exploring new areas, going on the off-beaten paths, and trying new places to eat.
Animals have always been a huge passion of mine since childhood. I was born and raised in Evansville, Indiana. I graduated from Harrison college in 2017 and have been in the field ever since. Emergency medicine is where I feel most at home and I enjoy being a part of our recently established after hours crew. I’m recently married to my wonderful husband Andrew we have a family consisting of four fur babies Trista, Shadow, Ozzy, and Nova.
My journey started at Warrick Veterinary Clinic in late August of 2016, right after I graduated from Boonville High School. I have two dogs and one cat that are the most wonderful pets! Also, I brought a brand new little girl into this world in June of 2019. While growing up, I was surrounded by many types of animals. I knew at a young age that I wanted to work with animals one day; big and small! During my time here, I’ve learned so many new things from our awesome doctors and technicians. My favorite part of my job is, helping give our clients furry friends the best experience that I can. All while educating our clients as well. Warrick Veterinary Clinic has helped me achieve so many of my goals. Whether they are work related or personal. I can’t wait to see where my journey with this amazing team takes me!
My Passion for animals has been a lifelong journey. I grew up on a farm outside of Boonville and have always wished I could help my animals more; that is when I decided to work at a vet clinic. I got hired on at Warrick Vet Clinic in February of 2017. Every day is a new day, I love seeing the patients and learning new things from all my great co-workers. I currently have seven animals of my own, three dogs named Bailey, LugNut, and Lagoona, a cat named Tie Rod, two turtles named Bonnie and Clyde, then a rabbit named Milford. In my free time after work I love spending time with my family, boyfriend, and going four wheel riding, kayaking, and many more outdoor adventures.
I’m Tiffany! I’m currently in my last semester at Murray State University and will be graduating with my BSA then will be taking the VTNE. I have always had a love for animals. I grew up riding American Saddlebreds and I totally am your average crazy horse lady. I am also a dog mom to Bo, Holly and Emma. Bo is an old man Husky. Emma is an Australian Shepherd and Holly is a mystery (however my best guess would be Lab/Australian Shepherd mix). I am looking forward to graduating and coming back to work full time. I love the Warrick Vet Clinic family!
Born and raised in Madison, IN, animals have always been a part of my life. Growing up on a farm with cows, pigs, horses, dogs, and cats, I naturally developed a love for animals. Since childhood, I have been learning about and interacting with all kinds of animals, but horses really became my main passion. I showed horses in 4-H from elementary school through high school where I found barrel racing. My passion for riding continues today.
Currently, I live in Evansville, IN with my husband, Seth, our dog, Lexi, and two cats, Cali and Luna. We have been married three years and enjoy spending time with our fur kids, friends, and family. I graduated from Hanover College in 2015, with a degree in chemistry. I am currently enrolled at Owensboro Community and Technical College, pursing a degree to be a Veterinary Technician. I graduate in May of 2020 and plan to take the VTNE soon after to become an RVT (Registered Veterinary Technician).
In June, I started an internship at Warrick Vet Clinic in Boonville where I enjoyed many learning experiences. The internship turned into a job, and I could not be more excited. I look forward to my future at the clinic and working with a wonderful staff!
I started at Warrick Vet in March 2019 working in the kennel. I currently attend Boonville High School and after high school I will attend Murray State University studying Elementary Education. In my free time I play soccer, run track, and participate in 4-H; that’s where my love for animals started. I show pigs, sheep and goats and I have 4 dogs at my house.
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I joined Warrick Veterinary in October 2015. I started with our team working in the front office as a receptionist and since then have been promoted to Office Manager. I enjoy getting to talk with our clients and love on their Fur Babies when they come in the office. I currently have two pets of my own Remi (Beagle/Lab mix) & Lola (Black Lab). When I’m not at work I enjoy spending time with family, friends and my children (Jordan, Madison, Spencer) and their spouses (Teri & Shaun), going on motorcycle rides, trail riding and reading.