Jen Miller, DVM
Dr. Miller joined WAH in 2005 and became Co-Owner in June of 2012. She has a Bachelor's degree from JMU and graduated Cum Laude with her veterinary degree from Tuskegee University in 1996. Her special interests at WAH are surgery, feline medicine, sight hounds and reproductive medicine. She specifically enjoys working with feline patients and sight hounds. Dr. Miller lives with her two sons, Riley and Wesley. Her family has three horses, a lab, a dachshund, and six cats. In addition, she raises chickens for organic egg production. In her spare time she enjoys tap dancing, Irish step dancing, and fox hunting with Middlebrook Hounds.
Kelley Woodworth, DVM
Dr. Kelley joined WAH in 1983. She completed her veterinary degree at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. Her special interests are in all aspects of veterinary medicine for both dogs and cats of all ages. Dr. Kelley has two active boys, one dog, and two cats. In her spare time she enjoys hiking, rock climbing, and biking.
Dan Woodworth, DVM
Dr. Dan joined WAH in 1953. His father, Dr. John Woodworth, established WAH in 1939. Dr. Dan has a Bachelor's degree from Davis and Elkins College and completed his veterinary degree at Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine. His special interests at WAH are soft tissue and orthopedic surgery. He also enjoys serving and interacting with clients. Dr. Dan resides in Waynesboro with his wife Sue Woodworth and they have five children: John, Dr. Kelley, Becky Elkins, Mark, and Tom. He is a grandfather to 19 grandchildren. He also shares his home with two dogs, two cats, and a small flock of Dorset sheep. In his spare time he enjoys caring for his sheep, biking, hiking, skiing, and scuba diving. He participates regularly in foreign mission trips to Guatemala and Baja California, Mexico with Living Waters for the World.
Brandy Callison, DVM
Dr. Callison joined WAH in the Spring of 2018. She has a Bachelor’s degree from Virginia Tech and completed her veterinary degree at Oklahoma State University. Her special interests at WAH include preventative care, soft tissue surgery and multimodal pain management. In her spare time she enjoys hiking, canoeing, knitting, dancing and cooking.