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About Seymour Veterinary Clinic

Seymour Veterinary Clinic - Seymour, TN

We Care About Your Pets

When it comes to your pets, you can trust with confidence the Seymour Veterinary Clinic. Since 1977, our doctors have cared for Seymour families through veterinary services, community building, and exceptional treatment to our four-legged patients. Our clinic is staffed by compassionate professionals focused on providing unequivocal pet care in a relaxed environment for you and your animal. With more than forty years of experience, the Seymour Veterinary Clinic team are tried and true specialists, whose goal is the safekeeping of our small animal patients.

Our Goal is Simple.

Your pets are our priority. Whether routine check-ups, pet exams, surgery, or boarding, you can trust the Seymour Veterinary Clinic for all your pet’s needs. We offer a simple selection of services to include:

  • Wellness Checkups
  • Exams
  • Surgical Services
  • Specialty Services

By overseeing each step, we help provide a happy, healthy life for your dog or cat. Preventative maintenance, early detection, and building a relationship with our patients and their owners, allows our staff to get to know your pet to recognize issues before they become problematic.

We know your pet is family.

The Seymour Veterinary Clinic treats each dog and cat with respect and gentleness through reliable service. If you are in Knoxville, Sevierville, or Seymour TN, our promise is exceptional care that you can trust. When your pet needs care, you can expect the best treatment from our five doctors and compassionate staff. Your pets have found a second family in the Seymour Veterinary Clinic.


Mica Bentley DVM

Mica Bentley, DVM

Dr. Bentley graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in 1980. Since that time, she has been practicing in Sevier County and at Seymour Veterinary Clinic since 1985. All aspects veterinary medicine and surgery, along with great clients, continues to fuel her passion for her work.  


Aside from work, she loves trail riding and camping with her horses. She has three gated horses, Stormy and Lacey are her riding horses, and Cadillac is for her three granddaughters to ride. She also has two dogs, Bandit and Sandy, and three cats, Patches, Spooky and Blue.

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Laura Christian, DVM

Laura Christian grew up in Knoxville and graduated from Bearden High School. She began her veterinary career in high school while volunteering at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary medicine during summer vacation. Laura then graduated from the University of Virginia with a B.A. in Biology. She received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2002 from the University of Tennessee and has been working at Seymour Veterinary Clinic since graduation.

Dr. Christian enjoys all aspects of small animal medicine and surgery but has a special interest in dentistry and preventive medicine. In her spare time, Laura enjoys hanging out with her two rescued greyhounds and four spoiled house cats. She also enjoys gardening, baking, and watching movies

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Amy Webb, DVM

Dr. Amy Webb graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in May 2018. During veterinary school, she also completed a Master of Public Health (MPH) with a focus on veterinary public health. She received her Bachelor Science in Wildlife and Fisheries Health with a Minor in Cinema Studies from the University of Tennessee in May 2012. Dr. Webb has been with Seymour Veterinary Clinic since October 2018 but grew up in Seymour and has lived in East Tennessee all of her life. She and her sweetie, Luke, enjoy hiking, kayaking, and biking when the weather allows, and going to see live music when time allows. They share their home with 3 fur babies. Their 2 cats are Salty and Ben who run the house and have Dr. Webb and Luke well-trained. Their Rottweiler Martha is full of energy but is kept in line by the cats.

Dr. English

Christie English, DVM

Dr. English first gained interest in veterinary medicine during her senior year at Maryville High School while volunteering at the Blount County Animal Center. She then attended the University of Tennessee in Knoxville where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science with a Pre-veterinary concentration and Biology minor. After undergrad she went on to the vet school program at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine. She adores small dogs and cats, and she has a sweet Jack Russell Terrier named Doodle. Outside of work she loves beaches, karaoke, swimming, dancing, and spending time with her friends and family.