Dr.Christina MunnDVM(pictured with her dog, “Kramer”)
Dr. Christina Munn grew up in Asheville, NC and always dreamed of becoming a veterinarian. She began shadowing at Skyland Animal Hospital with Dr. Freeman when she was in middle school. When she was 14, her family adopted a pregnant cat. 'When the kittens were born, they were really sick. They all had severe ringworm and viral infections. One of them almost died. I enjoyed nursing them back to health so much that after that experience, I knew I had to be a vet!'
Dr. Munn graduated from North Carolina State University in 2006 with a bachelor's degree in Animal Science and a minor in Zoology. In 2011, she completed her doctorate of veterinary medicine degree at the University Of Illinois College Of Veterinary Medicine. She especially enjoys internal medicine and exotic animal medicine and worked with a tiger rescue service during veterinary school.
Dr. Munn lives with her husband Ben and son Lucas. They have a Great Dane named Kramer, and 2 tabby cats, Frasier and Emma, who love to get into trouble! She and her husband Ben enjoy being outdoors. They both love hiking, camping, and playing tennis. She also enjoys singing and playing the piano in her free time.
Dr.Genorah WarnerDVM(pictured with her dog, “Dog”)
Dr. Warner graduated from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1994. She has worked at Skyland Animal Hospital since the summer of 1997. Her special interests include Preventative Medicine and Internal Medicine. When you come to the office say hello to her dog “Dog”. He loves to come with her to the office every day. Her seven cats would rather stay at home. When not at work, she enjoys spending time with her sons, Luke and Elijah, and cheering on the Auburn Tigers, War Eagle!
Dr. Catherine Ashe
Dr. Catherine Ashe grew up in East Tennessee, just over the mountain from Asheville. She loves the South, particularly Western NC, and plans to stay here permanently. Dr Ashe attended the University of Tennessee (Go Vols!) and graduated in 2008. She has been practicing predominantly emergency medicine since graduation bur has enjoyed her transition into general practice. Her special interests include soft tissue surgery, internal medicine, and preventive medicine. When not working, Dr Ashe spends time with her family, freelance writes for several dog and cat journals, reads voraciously, and likes working in her gardens.