Our Roots

Lewisburg Animal Hospital originally opened in 1977 as Lewisburg Animal Clinic and provided care to both large and small animals.  Dr. Victor Wakefield owned and operated the clinic until 2008.    Dr. Tresha Grissom started her career at Lewisburg Animal Clinic as a kennel and barn attendant while in high school.  She left to attend college and veterinary school, then came back to work with Dr. Wakefield as an associate veterinarian in 2004 before purchasing the practice in 2009 from her mentor.

Lewisburg Animal Hospital is a full-service veterinary facility catering to small animals.  In 2017, we opened a brand new 4,200 sq. ft. state-of-the-art veterinary hospital on our original property.  This hospital has allowed us to more comfortably serve our patients and their owners and offer new services as we have continued to grow into a three- doctor practice serving Marshall County.

Our original clinic building was completely remodeled in the same year to become Maggie-Roo Pet Retreat & Grooming Salon, a 2,500 sq. ft. separate facility dedicated solely to pampering your four-legged family.

At Lewisburg Animal Hospital and Maggie-Roo, we are proud of our history and maintain the original practice philosophy of treating our clients like family.  Our doors are always open for building tours for potential or existing clients.  We are so fortunate to each day honor our commitment to the pets and people of our community!

We sincerely appreciate the opportunity to serve you.  If we can do anything to provide you or your companion better care, please let us know.

Tresha Grissom, D.V.M.