Dr. Elizabeth (Beth) Audibert grew up in the rural town of Buras, LA. Since early childhood, she had a strong desire to be a veterinarian. She pursued her dream at Louisiana State University where she received a Bachelors’s degree in Animal Science in 2002 and her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 2007. After graduating, she worked at a high volume veterinary hospital in Las Vegas, NV, for one year before returning home to Louisiana. Since returning, Dr. Audibert has worked on the Northshore practicing general and emergency veterinary medicine and surgery. Outside of work, she enjoys reading, fishing, gardening, cheering on her alma mater, and spending time with her two children.
Dr. Angela Ledet is a long time Northshore resident. She’s an LSU alum and has been practicing small animal medicine since 2011. Dr. Ledet prides herself on providing kind and compassionate care to her patients and clients. She and her husband, Daniel, have 4 children and 6 fur babies. Dr. Angela loves being part of the Three Rivers family.
Dr. Kelli Schindler Brown started in veterinary medicine in 2004 and graduated from LSU Veterinary School in 2016. Dr. Kelli and her husband Adam, who also happens to be a veterinarian, are doting parents to 3 adorable felines.
Amanda L. is a Vet Assistant at Three Rivers. Amanda is originally from Fort Worth, TX, and moved to Lacombe about 10 years ago. She and Dr. Audibert have worked together for 7 years. In her spare time, she enjoys taking her dog Maggie and the clinic dog, Trooper, on trails around the area. She is back in school and working towards a degree in animal science.
Amanda M. is a Vet Assistant at Three Rivers. Amanda started her first job at a veterinary clinic when she was in high school and has been working in this field ever since. She always looks to further her knowledge to better help our clients and enjoys working emergency and critical care where all of her knowledge and skill can be tested. She has a menagerie of pets at home including dogs, cats, ducks, and a potbelly pig.
Gina is a Vet Assistant at Three Rivers. She started in the veterinary world three years ago after deciding to make a career change. You can find her behind the front desk, in the back, or taking Trooper the clinic dog on walks on her lunch. She has two puggles, Abby and Belle, and a hound dog named Otis. Gina and her fiancé Clint have a daughter who enjoys animals just like her mom.
Katie is the Groomer at Three Rivers. Katie has been in the animal industry for seven years. She found her passion for grooming three years ago. She found a home at Three Rivers and was instantly drawn into the loving, caring, family-centered atmosphere. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her son and animals. She also takes any opportunity to continue her grooming education and to bring that knowledge back to our clients and their pets.
Andrea is the office manager at Three Rivers. She is a UNO Alum and is a new resident to the Northshore. She and her husband Taylor, have two fur babies, Lola and Chloe, and a beautiful daughter. Andrea has enjoyed being a member of the team from the beginning and enjoys spoiling and snuggling the office cat, Caesar.
Savanna is a vet assistant/ kennel assistant at Three Rivers. She enjoys spoiling the boarders during their stay with special treats and cuddles to make sure they feel at home. Savanna spends her off time taking her two dogs for walks/ hikes all over. If you happen to see Disney-clad pups and owner you can bet that’s her because every vacation chance she gets you will find her at Disney!
Bre loves making friends with every pet that walks through our clinic doors, including the ones that aren’t to sure they want to be friends with us! When not at work, she enjoys spending time with her three kids, Chai and Rooster her furry children and Athena her two-legged child. You can always count on Bre to provide the comedic relief needed during stressful days.
Caesar is the clinic kitty at Three Rivers.
Caesar enjoys greeting clients especially the kitty kind. You can find him lounging around the clinic and taking one of his many scheduled naps in a day. He considers himself the “office manager” and likes to keep the staff on their toes. All complaints are directed to his desk. Beware he enjoys sneezing on the staff and walking to close for comfort near candles.