Cory Fisher DVM, MS
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Surgeons – SA
Dr. Cory Fisher is currently employed by Bluff City Veterinary Specialists in Memphis, Tennessee. Dr. Fisher grew up in Carthage, MS, and obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal/Poultry Science from Mississippi State University. After receiving his B.S., he received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2003 from the Mississippi State College of Veterinary Medicine (MSU-CVM). Dr. Fisher worked in private practice at Briarwood Animal Hospital in Jackson, MS, for a year before moving to a small animal rotating internship at Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine. Following his year at Auburn, Dr. Fisher practiced for three years in mixed animal private practice at Crooked Creek Animal Hospital and All Creatures Animal Care Center.
In 2008, Dr. Fisher was accepted into the Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine small animal surgery residency where he also worked to complete his M.S. in 2011. After this extensive small animal surgical training, he successfully passed the American College of Veterinary Surgeons boards in 2012. After passing his surgery boards and acceptance into the ACVS, Dr. Fisher accepted a position at MSU-CVM as an assistant clinical professor. Dr. Fisher worked as an attending surgeon for five years where he performed complex surgeries and taught surgical residents. While teaching at MSU-CVM, Dr. Fisher underwent further post-surgical training and became certified by Biomedtrix to perform total hip arthroplasties. He has performed numerous locums at Animal Emergency and Referral Center, Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine and Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine. In 2016, Dr. Fisher left MSU-CVM to establish Bluff City Veterinary Specialists. BCVS is a private referral practice focused on orthopedic, neurologic, soft tissue, and oncologic surgeries.
Mallory’s pet interest goes back as many do, to childhood. She grew up with numerous cats and dogs of all different sizes throughout her life. She knew from an early age that she wanted to pursue Veterinary Medicine. Mallory first started working as a technician assistant when she was 15 years old in April 2009 at Animal Health Center in Madison, MS. She then proceeded to work as a technician assistant at Briarwood Animal Hospital in Jackson, MS from August 2009 until August 2012. Mallory started her technical career here. From interacting with clients to drawing blood and assisting in surgery, Mallory started acquiring the technical skill that would begin to shape her into the technician she is today.
Soon after, she moved to Starkville, MS and graduated in December 2015 with a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from Mississippi State University. While attending school, she also worked as a Veterinary Technician at Animal Medical Center where she began assisting in emergency after-hours surgeries as well as specialty surgeries. She recently moved to Memphis to begin working as a technician for Bluff City Veterinary Specialists. She enjoys giving great quality care to our fuzzy Memphians as well as our furry friends from surrounding areas. Outside of work she is still involved in our veterinary community through foster and rescue. She is proud parent of four fur-covered children ranging from tiny to giant. Needless to say passion, dedication, and experience is no new concept to Mallory.
Kylie Hunter, a native of West Tennessee, began her veterinary technician career in May of 2015. She has always known that she wanted to work with animals since she was a little girl. Kylie grew up training quality gun dogs with her dad, and it made her want to save them and help educate owners on how to properly care for their pets. She thoroughly enjoys helping clients know the correct way to help their animals heal correctly from their surgical procedures. Away from work, Kylie operates a dog training business where she boards and trains all breeds of dogs. She also enjoys competing in UKC/AKC hunt tests with her labradors as well as duck hunting with her family. Kylie is currently pursuing her associate’s degree in Veterinary Technology through Penn Foster.