Pet Vet Roanoke provides the highest quality, compassionate veterinary care to ensure your pets enjoy a long, happy, and healthy life.
Meet our caring and compassionate veterinary care team committed to providing exceptional veterinary care for your pets.
Dr. Cordle realized her childhood dream of becoming a veterinarian when she graduated from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 2011. Originally from Crozet, VA, she practiced in Panama City, FL, and Boston, MA before finally making it home to Virginia to join the Pet Vet team. She has special interests in feisty cats, keeping aging pets healthy, and anything to do with the nervous system. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the American Association of Feline Practitioners. Dr. Cordle lives in Roanoke with her husband, two young sons, and a lively assortment of dogs, cats, chickens, ducks, and fish. She loves hiking with her family, reading mystery fiction, knitting baby hats, and playing in the snow.
Dr. Karpinski grew up in Northern Virginia and obtained his undergraduate degree in Marine Science from Coastal Carolina University in 2007. He has been with Pet Vet since graduating from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 2013 and is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association. He is particularly interested in the management of endocrine disease and GI disease as well as soft tissue surgery. He has had Greyhounds for most of his life and strives to be familiar with all of the peculiarities of the breed in addition to bragging about his own rabbit chasing couch potatoes whenever he gets the chance.
Lindsay is originally from Wisconsin but came to the Roanoke area with her family as a teenager. She has a degree in Animal Science from Virginia Tech and previously worked as a kennel assistant and veterinary technician locally before coming to Pet Vet in February of 2012. Lindsay can usually be found snuggling visiting pets or keeping Pet Vet organized and running smoothly from the front desk.
Lindsay enjoys gardening and creating all kinds of delicious baked goods that she, fortunately, shares with the Pet Vet staff. She lives with two cats and a small herd of dogs.
Courtney is originally from Woodbridge, VA but moved to Roanoke with her family in high school. She previously worked in pet boarding kennels and has been with Pet Vet since February of 2012. Courtney is currently enrolled in a program to become a licensed veterinary technician! She enjoys making your pets feel more at ease during their routine exams as well as helping run diagnostic tests for them when they are ill.
In her free time, Courtney loves listening to music, cheering for the Redskins, reading, watching movies, and spending time with her rat terrier, Cecil. In addition to her adorable pup, she also has 4 leopard geckos: Trial, Robyn, Jim, and Cora.
Calene is another local! She was born and raised in Salem, Virginia, and has previously been in the Army National Guard and worked as a police officer for the Salem Police Department. She started with Pet Vet in July of 2014 and has since enrolled in a program to become a licensed veterinary technician. She is especially interested in surgery.
Calene has a young son and daughter and enjoys spending time with her family. She especially likes fishing and reading science fiction novels.
Sabrina is originally from New York. She has been at Pet Vet since April 2018. Your pets will love her because she gives them all of her attention. She has cats and a dog at home, as well as a few snakes. She enjoys spending time with her friends when she is not at work.
Bradley joined our team in January 2019. He helped with the adoption process at the Roanoke Valley SPCA before coming to Pet Vet. He now spends his days at Pet Vet assisting the doctors during exams, procedures, and routine technician appointments.
In his free time, he enjoys watching movies and hanging out with his pet cat Alfredo.
Ashley moved to Virginia from Texas with her two young boys. She has been working at Pet Vet since 2018. She previously was in the Navy and worked as an assistant at the emergency veterinary clinic in Roanoke. She enjoys spending time with her family and time outdoors. She has a spunky dog named Eleanor that keeps her busy at home.