Meet the Allegheny Veterinary Services Team
Professional, Skilled, Experienced and Compassionate
Dr. Tracy Walker, Veterinarian
Diplomate American Board of Veterinary Practitioners Equine Practice
Doctor Tracy Walker grew up just East of Elkins, WV, near the Cheat River. Dr. Walker studied at the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine, with a focus on large animal medicine and surgery. After graduating from veterinary school, Dr. Walker continued her advanced training, clinical studies, and internship at the University of Georgia.
Aside from formal university training and education, Dr. Walker has traveled extensively throughout the country, where she gained significant hands-on veterinary experience. Despite much of her prior experience being related to the equine industry, Dr. Walker has extensive experience treating many types of livestock and companion animals. Following her education and training, Dr. Walker returned to practice veterinary medicine in West Virginia, after realizing that there is, indeed, no place like home.
As a highly active member of several local and state organizations that contribute to the overall welfare of the community, as well as the veterinary profession, Dr. Walker proudly serves on the local Randolph County Park and Recreation Board, the Randolph County 4-H Leaders, and is an active member of the Randolph County Regional Riding Club. Dr. Walker has served as a state board member for the West Virginia Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Walker is pleased to have become a member of the American Association of Equine Practitioners Professional Conduct and Ethics Committee as of 2012. In her spare time, Dr. Walker enjoys spending time riding any of her eight quarter horses and showing her cutting horse.
Dr. Jessica Harvey, Veterinarian
Dr. Jessica Harvey is a Buckhannon native. She completed her undergraduate degree at West Virginia Wesleyan College. Her veterinary degree was done at St. George’s University with her clinical year being completed at Iowa State University. At Iowa State University, she focused on theriogenology and food animal production. After clinical year, she completed a 6 month internship at Iowa State in mixed animal to help prepare her for mixed animal practice.
Dr. Harvey has had a love for cows since she can remember. She grew up raising beef cattle. Through 4-H and FFA, she showed and sold market hogs, market lambs, market goats, market rabbits, market steers, and feeder calves. She achieved her American FFA degree. During summer and winter breaks, she worked in a small animal clinic that allowed her to gain small animal experience.
In her spare time, Dr. Harvey loves to spend time with her animals whether it be dogs, cats, or cows. She can also be found on a tractor if the occasion arises. Dr. Harvey’s main interests are food animal reproduction, herd health, and small animal surgery.
Katie Mallow, Practice Manager
Katie Mallow has been at AEVS since the Spring of 2006. She is originally from Beverly, and has been an avid horse owner for over 30 years. As a teenager, she was very active with 4-H and hunter/jumpers, and later showed AQHA on her mare, JJ Lea Breeze. Katie attended Morehead State University where she studied veterinary technology and received a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture and Animal Sciences and a minor in Business Management in 1997. After graduating, Katie remained in Kentucky for the next three years working as a broodmare manager at an established breeding operation. There she received extensive experience in breeding and foaling management.
Katie handles many duties at AEVS from nursing care and client communication to billing and special orders. In her spare time, Katie enjoys spending time with her family, her Border Collie, Stella, and Australian Shepherd, Sis. Katie is a member of the American Association of Equine Veterinary Technicians.
Chief Veterinary Assistant Officer
Adam was raised in Randolph County. In 2016, he graduated from AB University with a B.S. in Biology and Environmental Science. He has volunteered his time and worked at the Randolph County Humane Society as an adoption specialist since 2007. Adam plans to pursue a career in veterinary medicine and will be applying to veterinary school in the near future. In his spare time, Adam enjoys spending time with his cat Winifred, as well as with his dogs, Lola and Lucy. Adam is currently pursuing a veterinary technician degree through an AVMA accredited program and credentialing as a Registered Veterinary Technician. We are so proud to have Adam as a part of our treatment team!
Crystal joined our team in January 2021. She brings with her over twenty years of customer service and retail experience! Clients are welcomed by Crystal’s calming voice and she is a great asset to our team. Crystal lives in Barbour County with her husband, her German Shephard and three cats. Crystal has loved transitioning to veterinary medicine, working with animals, our clients and “the best staff EVER”.
Registered Veterinary Technician
Alayna is originally from Elkins and has been part of our treatment team since 2011. Alayna graduated in 2018 from Morehead State University in Kentucky with an Associates Degree in Veterinary Technology and a Bachelors Degree in Equine Science. In 2020, she returned home and completed credentialing as a Registered Veterinary Technician. Alayna has a special interest in equine medicine and small animal dentistry. In her free time, she enjoys riding her American Quarter Horse, Dodge and spending time with her Siberian husky, Cypher. Welcome back Alayna!