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Meet Our Doctors

Meet our veterinarians who take pride in taking care of your four-legged family members. Click on their pictures to get to know them even better!


Dr. Carr Kelsey

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine/Owner

Dr. Kelsey has family roots in Collierville dating back to the 1800s. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Zoology from Auburn University and is a 1999 graduate of Auburn’s College of Veterinary Medicine. He and his wife Fran are active members of Grace Evangelical Church with their children Carrington, Ainsley, and Knox. Dr. Kelsey’s canine family members are two Shih Tzu littermates, Cam and Lucy. His passions away from the clinic include spending time with his family, reading, and the outdoors.

Dr. Lacey Rush

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine 

A Germantown native earned a bachelor’s in zoology and a master's in molecular biology at Auburn University before earning her doctorate of veterinary medicine at the University of Tennessee. War Eagle and go Vols! She practiced general and emergency medicine in North Carolina before recently moving to Collierville with her family and numerous fur babies. Dr. Rush is very passionate about working with clients to involve them in making good medicinal and preventative care decisions for their dogs. It’s a joint effort! Her other areas of interest include emergency and critical care, anesthesia and pain management, metabolic and endocrine disorders, and abdominal ultrasonography. Her favorite dog breed (though they are all fabulous in their own way) is the pug- their gregarious personalities and numerous wrinkles make “smooching” them irresistible to Dr. Rush. Outside of work, Dr. Rush enjoys running, competing in triathlons, and spending time with her family.


Dr. Trudy Dunlap

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine 

Holds a BS in Nutrition from the University of Memphis, in Memphis, Tennessee. She completed a rotating nutrition internship at The University of Arkansas for Medical Science and the VA Medical Center in Little Rock, Arkansas. Dr. Dunlap practiced as a Registered Dietitian with advanced certification in Nutritional Support in critical care and trauma. After practicing several years at the Elvis Presley Trauma Center in Memphis, Tennessee, Dr. Dunlap made the decision to pursue a career in veterinary medicine. She felt this was a way to marry two passions – medicine and animals. Dr. Dunlap went on to earn her DVM from Mississippi State College of Veterinary Medicine in 2001. Dr. Dunlap has practiced small animal medicine in Collierville and more recently in Downtown and Midtown Memphis. 1/5 Dr. Dunlap completed advanced training in acupuncture from the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society. She enjoys all aspects of small animal medicine including surgery, critical care, and internal medicine. Some of her favorite patients are geriatric old souls. The decision to return to her roots practicing medicine in Collierville, Tennessee was an easy one because she knows the community is so welcoming and the Kelsey Canine Medical Center is top-notch. Dr. Dunlap lives on a small farm surrounded by horses, goats, chickens, geese, and a special turkey named George. She is married to Alex and has 2 children, Hannah and Will, who happen to be twins. Her best friend is Sunny, her Border Collie mix.

Dr. Holly Crain

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine 

Dr. Crain is a native Memphian and attended Briarcrest Christian School. She earned her Bachelor’s in Animal and Dairy Science from Mississippi State University and then she went on to earn her DVM from MSU in 2017. She has been practicing on the Gulf Coast since her graduation and before moving back to the Memphis area.  Her favorite dog breed is a standard poodle. Dr. Crain lives in north Mississippi with her husband and two children to be closer to family. She loves spending time outdoors with her family and their two pups. 


Dr. Kristi Camp

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine 

Dr. Camp is a New Orleans native who migrated “up north” to Memphis to earn her undergraduate degree in Biology from Christian Brothers University. Prior to veterinary school, she worked as a marine mammal trainer in the Florida Keys as well as in research at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in the Department of Infectious Diseases. She graduated from Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2017. Geaux Tigers! (Sorry Dr. Kelsey, not your tigers!) Dr. Camp practiced in Chattanooga before returning back to Memphis and has since then been practicing in the area. She and her husband have two little boys and live in Germantown. Her furry family members include Marlie dog (mommy’s sidekick), Beignet (the misbehaved golden retriever), and a cat named Arthur Fonzarelli (the one who runs the show). Outside of work Dr. Camp enjoys running, cycling, swimming, and spending time with family and friends. 

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