408 First Street
Nutter Fort, WV 26301
(304) 624-5311
Mon, Wed, Fri 8:00am - 5:00pm
Tues, Thurs 8:00am - 4:00pm
Sat 9:00am - 12:00pm
Veterinary Care for All Pets   304-624-5311

Dr. Gary McCutcheon

Owner and founder of the All Pets Animal Clinic, is a 1984 graduate of Tuskegee University, where he received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. Prior to this, he graduated from Fairmont Senior High School in 1978, and West Virginia University in 1981. He and his wife, Genny, live in Bridgeport and are the parents of three children: Jordan, Kristen, and Gary lll (Trey). They have three pets: a dog named Lucy, a dog named Isabelle, and a cat named Pop Tart. Dr. McCutcheon spends his free time teaching and attending Bible studies, hunting with his father and son, attending various sporting events around the area, and reading. He finds his staff to be the greatest strength of his clinic, and he knows the entire team provides great service while educating clients about pet care. Dr. McCutcheon states, "our goal is to provide quality health care for pets in a pleasant and professional atmosphere."

Dr. Jennifer Canfield

Associate veterinarian at the All Pets Animal Clinic, graduated from the University of Georgia in 1998 with her doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. She attended Washington Irving High School until 1990, and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science from West Virginia University in 1994. She and her husband, Michael Canfield, live in Nutter Fort with their with their three children, and dogs Sophie, Beatrice, and Dub. Dr. Canfield divides her spare time between teaching the violin, playing the viola, cooking, gardening, and reading anything she can get her hands on. She feels very fortunate to have attained an associate position in such an inspiring environment, where superior medicine and caring customer service are second nature to each and every staff member.

Dianna Evans

Registered Veterinary Technician and Assistant Practice Manager, received her degree in Applied Science in 1992 and her Bachelor of Science in Allied Health Administration from Fairmont State University; she is also a 1988 graduate of South Harrison High School. She and her husband, Mike, live in Mount Clare with their children Gaige and Lauren and their little boxer Meg (named after WVU basketball star Meg Bulger). Dianna enjoys the atmosphere among the staff and clients at All Pets, minor irritations and all. She spends her free time watching sporting events of all kinds, including those in which her children participate. She loves all types of music but has a very special place in heart for the group Alabama, ''...who I hope to meet someday.''

Melissa Snyder

Kennel worker at All Pets Animal Clinic, graduated from Liberty High School. She can usually be found very hard at work in the clinic, doing anything from comforting a homesick boarder to tempting a finicky eater and anything in between. In her spare time, Missy enjoys sports, crafts, candy making, fishing, and hunting. She lives in Mount Claire with her husband Donnie and son Anthony, one cat, Cera, and one dog, Hannah.

Cheryl Nicholson

A Registered Veterinary Technician, received her degree in Applied Science in 1988 from Fairmont State College; she is also a 1985 graduate of South Harrison High School. She lives with her husband, David, their two sons, Cory and Quintin, their dog, Annie, and their three cats, Peanut Butter, Pickles, and Crackers. The thing she enjoys most about working at All Pets Animal Clinic is the relaxed atmosphere and having a great boss. Cheryl spends her free time making jewelry, singing in her church choir, and attending her children's numerous activities.

Liza Surock

Veterinary technician, graduated from South Harrison High school in 1997. She and her husband, Josh, share their farm with many pets, including horses, goats, cats, dogs, and one very vocal parrot. She enjoys horseback and four wheeler riding, hiking, hunting, skeet shooting, fishing, boating, and touring state parks.

Jazlyn Swain

Veterinary Technician, Graduated from Fairmont State University's Vet. Tech program in 2003 and received a Bachelor's Degree in Allied Health Administration with a Minor in Biology. She lives in Clarksburg with her Mini Aussie and 3 cats. She loves to travel and enjoys all outdoor activities. Working as a tech for 10 years, she hasn't found any other career as enjoyable and satisfying. She is thankful to be a part of the "All Pets Animal Clinic" Team!

Brandy Evans

Veterinary Technician/Kennel Technician, is a graduate of Liberty High School; she also completed Dog Training courses at Penn State in 2006. She lives in Nutter Fort with her husband, Roger, her furry child Gracie (a Border Collie/Blue Heeler mix), and cats Riot and Mamma Kitty. Brandy has a great attitude at work and absolutely loves what she does.

Brittany Smalley

Receptionist, Brittany is a 2013 Graduate of West Virginia Junior College with a degree in Medical Office Administration. She lives in Clarksburg with her husband David, her dog Kira, and two cats Binx & Baby. She enjoys spending her time reading, taking long drives with her family. She is grateful to be working with such caring people and enjoys talking with the customers of All Pets Animal Clinic about their pets.