Our Team

Ashley Randles, DVM

Dr. Randles lives in Kingston, TN. She grew up on a farm and has always cared for animals. She has wanted to be a veterinarian since she was a little girl. She earned her veterinary degree from the University of Tennessee in 2016. She enjoys spending free time with her family, friends, dogs, cats, bearded dragon and chinchilla. Dr. Randles is excited to provide veterinary care for companion animals in Loudon and surrounding communities.

Amy Cummings, DVM

Dr. Cummings grew up not far from Loudon in Maryville, TN. She attended Middle Tennessee State University where she majored in Pre-Veterinary Medicine and was an active member on the equestrian team. She earned her veterinary degree from Ross University Veterinary School and finished her clinical rotations at Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2013. 

When Dr. Cummings is not seeing patients, she enjoys spending time with her family and many pets on their small farm in Madisonville. Dr. Cummings and her family are members of Vonore Baptist Church. We are proud to have Dr. Cummings’ invaluable experience in the clinic. She is looking forward to interacting with clients and patients at Mulberry Street Animal Clinic.

Aleah Bolinger
Veterinary Technician

Aleah began working in the veterinary field in 2000 as a veterinary technician. She graduated from Columbia State’s veterinary technician program in 2001. She lived in Los Angeles for 8 years where she got to work with exotic creatures such as tigers, snow leopards, and reindeer. She has also earned a bachelor’s degree in communication from the University of Tennessee. Aleah enjoys spending time with her two pets. We are excited to have Aleah’s expertise and experience in the clinic.

Abbey Ivey
Veterinary Assistant

Abbey grew up and resides on a 200-acre cattle farm with her parents, Mitch and Cathy Ivey. Abbey is a native to Loudon County. In addition to raising cattle, she has five horses, two dogs, a cat and a variety of farm animals. She has been a member of Loudon County 4-H for eight years where she is active in the horse project, specifically horse bowl and hippology. Her true passion lies with her horses as she has participated in 4-H horse shows and was a member of the McMinn County 4-H Drill Team. Abbey brings a passion and love for animals