Our Veterinary Team
Our professional and courteous staff seeks to provide the best possible medical, surgical, and dental care to our highly valued patients.
Dr. Nicole Rainier
Dr. Nicole Rainier is from right here in Martinsville. She graduated from MHS in 2007, and was a proud 10 year member of the Morgan County 4-H program as well as a four year varsity Track and Field athlete. She begin working at the AHOM as an assistant in 2007. She attended IUPUI after high school and received her Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree in biology with a focus on microbiology. She then attended the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine, where she graduated in 2017.
Dr. Rainier is a small animal general practitioner with a focus on preventive medicine, wound care and routine surgery for canine and feline patients. In her free time, she enjoys riding and caring for her horse, Colby, as well as walking, gardening and spending as much time as possible with friends and family. She currently lives in Greenwood with her two cats, Bo and Fancy.
Dr. Gabrielle Teter
Dr. Olivia Elwart
Born and raised in Metro Detroit, Michigan, Olivia attended Michigan State University for her bachelor’s degree and earned her DVM at the University of Illinois. She can also be found at the Animal Hospital of Martinsville, one of Franklin’s sister clinics.
Olivia has a special interest in dentistry and has received extensive special training in dental work and oral surgery in both canines and felines. She also enjoys dermatology and treating pets with allergies. Her favorite things about veterinary medicine are client education and building relationships with clients and their pets.
Sophia is from Morgan county and has been a familiar face at the clinic for several years, helping care for the community’s pets. She has worked in the veterinary field since she was in high school and came to the Animal Hospital of Martinsville as an intern. Now as a Veterinary Assistant, Sophia seeks to further her education and become a credentialed technician in order to continue to support her passion of caring for animals in need.
Outside of work, Sophia has two dogs: Poppy and Wolfie, and five cats: Spongebob, Mason, Mable, Joseph , and Jack. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and going on hikes. She is an avid documentary fan and thoroughly enjoys sitting down to work on crocheting blankets.
Growing up, Mackenzie always said she was going to be a Veterinarian and began to pursue the career from a young age. Starting work in a boarding facility, she learned how to handle and care for companion animals and soon continued her career working at various clinics throughout the last few years. Wanting to take the next step and further her education, Mackenzie is currently pursuing a Veterinary Technician degree through Penn Foster and plans to work with small and large animals once graduated.
She has many pets, including 3 dogs, 2 bearded dragons, a horse, fish, and chickens. In her free time, she likes to spend time with her son, go fishing, and hang out with friends and family.
As an avid adventurer and hobby beekeeper, Kayla has always had a passion for nature and animals. Currently pursuing pre-requisites for her DVM degree, Kayla joined the veterinary field as a receptionist and surgical intern and worked her way to the Animal Hospital of Martinsville in 2021.
Bio coming soon!
Katie started working part-time at Bean Blossom Animal Clinic as a high school student in 1998 and continued on and off as she studied Animal Science at Purdue University, resuming full-time status in 2006. She has recently joined the Animal Hospital of Martinsville team as the lead Technician and Inventory Manager. Her lifelong love of animals has led her to raise Mastiffs and Persians and to take in several strays over the years. She lives with her husband Nate and their four kids, Ethan, Elliott, Everleigh and Ellianne, and enjoys shopping, crafting and sewing when time allows.
Taylor moved from Southern California with her husband in hopes of putting down some roots and stating a family without the hustle and bustle of city life and quickly found her way to the AHOM in 2020. She has a huge love for animals, with 2 fur babies of her own at home: a dog named Ozzy and cat named Luna. In her free time,Taylor enjoys sewing personally handcrafted dog/cat bandanas, organizing and decorating her home seasonally, and binge watching her favorite shows – with Ozzy and Luna of course. In the future, Taylor hopes to use her career background in business management to eventually work up within the company and back into a managerial role.