All Creatures Veterinary Clinic
We take pride in caring for your pets as if they were our own. You can have confidence that our veterinarians and staff are going to provide the very best care, no matter the situation.
Our Mission & Vision
At All Creatures, we strive to provide the best possible care of for all of your pets. There’s not a case too big or too small for us to handle. Our highly trained and experienced team of veterinarians provides your family with many resources to help find the best solutions for you.
From your first call to schedule an appointment through your visit, our professional and friendly staff will make sure you and your pet have the best possible experience. With locations in Manchester, Monteagle and Tullahoma, we’re proud to serve Coffee, Marion, Franklin, Moore, Warren and Grundy Counties.
Our full service clinics are prepared to serve you no matter the situation. We’re able to do comprehensive blood work in house. We have on-site digital x-ray and ultrasound capability. We are prepared for any surgical procedures such as spay and neuters and orthopedic surgeries.
Preventative care is extremely important for your pet. We’re always ready to provide routine care such as dental cleaning, vaccinations, flea and tick treatment and heartworm prevention.
Highly Trained Veterinarians
We have five vets ranging from 40+ years of experience to new graduates from veterinary school. This keeps us up to date on new medicines and surgical techniques while maintaining decades of experience from practicing senior veterinarians.
Dr. Gary Nester
Dr. Nester received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Tennessee in 1988 after completing his bachelors degree from UT in 1984. He has two children, Branden and Baylee, with his wife Tracey. Dr. Nester has dogs, cats, horses, lizards and cattle. He enjoys fishing and growing things including cattle and row crops.
Dr. Jeff Keele
Dr. Jeff Keele is a native of Manchester and graduated from Coffee County Central High School in 1994. His family has lived in Manchester for eight generations. Dr. Keele received a bachelors’ degree in Animal Science from MTSU and his degree in Veterinary Medicine in 2004 from UT Knoxville. He is married to his high school sweetheart, Beverly, and has two children; a son Riley and a daughter, Audrey. Dr. Keele is an avid outdoorsmen, enjoys raising cattle, and loves to scuba dive.
Dr. Ross Capps
Dr. Ross Capps graduated from The University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. He attended Lipscomb University for his Bachelors of Science in Biology. Ross is married to Clara Margaret and they have one German shorthaired pointer named Fancy, a pit bull named Kenyan Drake, a cat named DeAndrew White and a few goats including Dilly and Billy. Ross enjoys playing sports, outdoors, growing watermelons and goats.
Dr. Justin Hatler
Dr. Justin Hatler graduated from The University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in 2016. He attended UT Martin for his Bachelors Degree in Agriculture with a concentration in Animal Sciences. Dr. Hatler has two cats, Charlie and Edna, and a golden retriever named Norman. He enjoys Cardinals baseball, hunting and fishing.
Dr. Gordon Bijvoet
Dr. Gordon Bijvoet graduated from Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2018. He attended UT Martin with his Bachelors Degree in Animal Science/ Veterinary Science. Dr. Gordon has a dog named Haley, cattle and cats. He enjoys working on his registered Gelbvieh cattle farm, working out and playing tennis.
Dr. Mandy Willis
Dr. Willis grew up on a farm in west central Kentucky and graduated from the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2005. She practiced in rural, mixed animal practices for 3 years after graduation. In past years she served on the boards of the Tennessee Veterinary Medical Association, Farm Animal Care Coalition of Tennessee, and the Academy for Rural Veterinarians. In 2015, Dr. Willis and her husband, a local Hillsboro farmer, welcomed a baby boy to their family.
Dr. Sarah Porter
Dr. Sarah Porter grew up on a family farm in Murfreesboro, TN. Dr. Porter went to MTSU and received her undergraduate degree in Agribusiness and Agriscience. She attended the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine for her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. After vet school, she completed a one-year internship at Tennessee Equine Hospital in Thompson’s Station, TN. She has a special interest in Equine lameness, performs joint injections, and is taking classes to become a certified animal chiropractor. Dr. Porter is excited to treat all animals.
Dr. Brian Alexander
Growing up in Middle Tennessee, on a family farm in the Big Springs Community, at a very young age Dr. Alexander began discovering his fascination for animals. Whether he was helping his father with the pigs, bottle-feeding calves or maybe tending to some chickens-his enthusiasm and passion were undeniable. Throughout high school at Riverdale, his fascination for animals drove a desire to learn anything and everything about veterinary science. His proficiency in Biology would continue into his undergraduate studies at Middle Tennessee State University and lead to a job opportunity at Brogli, Lane & Weaver as a veterinary assistant.
During his junior year at MTSU he applied to the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine and taking early acceptance, he would pack his bags and leave Murfreesboro for the first time in his life. Graduating in 2004, with honors, Brian Alexander became Dr. Brian Alexander. Immediately returning to his roots in Murfreesboro, he went back to work at Brogli, Lane & Weaver accepting a position in the partnership soon thereafter. In the years since, his commitment to providing superior animal care has led to his success in developing long-lasting relationships with his veterinary partners, clients & patients. He now resides in the Blackman community with his wife Ashley, their two children, and two dogs.
Dr. Nancy Chism
Biography coming soon