Dr. Earl Willis
Dr. Willis is a 1994 graduate of the University of Virginia and graduated from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 2000. In veterinary school, Dr. Willis was a member of the student chapter of The Emergency and Critical Care Society and The Honor Society of Phi Zeta and continues to be a member of both as a professional. He is also a member of The Biltmore Who’s Who. Dr. Willis began his veterinary career practicing emergency medicine at the Veterinary Emergency Center and has a special interest in internal medicine and surgery. In 2009 Dr. Willis made the move to a full service veterinary practice when he opened Winterfield Veterinary Hospital with his partner Dr. Sara White.
In his spare time, Dr. Willis enjoys fly fishing, golf, being outdoors and playing lacrosse. Dr. Willis and his two children, Parker and Anne McKinley, reside in the Near West End. Their four legged children include three Japanese Chins, Jellybean, Dickens, and Dudley.
Dr. Scheller is a 2012 graduate of the Virginia Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine. While in school, she was fortunate to have the opportunity to provide volunteer veterinary care on the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation in Arizona and ride her bicycle across the country to raise money and awareness for Multiple Sclerosis research. Following veterinary school, she went on to complete a rotating internship at the University of Illinois. Dr. Scheller recently moved to Richmond after working as the Medical Director of the Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA for close to seven years. Her interests include soft tissue surgery, feline and canine upper respiratory infection, and the human animal bond. Dr. Scheller lives with her husband, daughter, two large dogs, and a perfect cat named Claudia. Her family enjoys traveling with their camper and hiking on public land across the state and country.