Meet Our Veterinarians

Dr. Wendy Wolverton

Dr. Wendy Wolverton joined Germantown Parkway Animal Hospital in 1999 after graduating from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine. She is an alumnus of Collierville High School and attends Bartlett United Methodist Church. She is also an assistant Cub Scout den leader for Pack 255 in Bartlett.  She has a special interest in emergency medicine and works several shifts per month at Pet Med Emergency Center.

Dr. Wolverton’s hobbies include reading camping, and hunting for bargains at garage sales. Her husband, Robert, is a talented artist whose works can be seen at close2art.blogspot.com . They have a son, Chase, who is active in Cub Scouts and karate. They share their home with a chihuahua “Maria”, two cats “Presely” and “Norman”, and three gerbils “Elvis”, “Simon”, and “Theodore”.

Dr. Angie Zinkus

Dr. Angie Zinkus graduated from the Hutchison School in 1995. After receiving her BS degree in Biology from Rhodes College in 1999, she worked as a veterinary technician at GPAH with the hope of one day working there as a doctor. Her dream was fulfilled in 2007 when she graduated from Mississippi State College of Veterinary Medicine. She was vice-president of her veterinary class and received the AVMA Auxiliary Award for the outstanding senior veterinary student.

Dr. Zinkus’s family includes her father, Peter Zinkus, her mother, Cathy Zinkus, two brothers, Tim and Mike Zinkus, and two sister-in-laws, Ashley and Emily Zinkus. In her spare time Dr. Zinkus enjoys running, and spoiling her nephews, Trevor, Harry, and Jake and her niece Sidney. Dr. Zinkus is proud to be a member of the GPAH family!

Dr. Matthew Lackey

Dr. Matthew Lackey is a native Memphian and a graduate of St. George’s University College of Veterinary Medicine, where he was inducted in to Phi Zeta Honor Society.  Before veterinary school, Dr. Lackey worked as a veterinary technician, which confirmed his desire to become a veterinarian.  He is a member of Christ the King Lutheran Church in East Memphis.

Dr. Lackey enjoys spending time with his family including his wife Laura and son Liam.  In his spare time he can be found playing outside with Liam, doing yard work, or watching sports.  Their dogs CJ, a rescue from the Caribbean, and Arya, a Rottweiler, bring a lot of joy to their family.

Support Staff

Heather and Mac

LaCoya and Belle

Ashley and Pete