Dr. Wesley Dunn was born and raised in Montgomery Al. The son
of Dr. David Dunn (OB/GYN in Montgomery for many years. He
attended Darlington School in Georgia and graduated from Auburn
University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1983. Dr. Dunn began
his practice career as co-owner with Dr. Bud Cardinal at
Cardinal-Dunn Animal Hospital in Montgomery from 1984 until
Dr. Cardinal’s retirement in 1994. He then became sole owner of
the practice and sold it at the end of 2008. After practicing in
Prattville for 4 ½ years, he returned to Montgomery to open a new
practice. He purchased Phillips Animal Clinic and re-opened it as
Phillips Dunn Animal Hospital Cypress Kennels in a new location
at 5148 Troy Highway.
During his career, he has served as president of the Montgomery Veterinary Association and as a member of the executive Board of the Alabama Veterinary Association for many years. He was also elected as President of the Animal and Environmental Health Committee and also served on the Alabama State Board of Health for 4 years under State Health Officer Dr. Williamson, who still serves in that position.
Dr. Dunn is married to Pat Dunn, formerly of Washington, Georgia. They have two sons, Reese and David. Reese lives in Auburn with his wife, Jennifer and their two daughters. and David lives in Auburn. Dr. Dunn’s hobbies include hunting, fishing and golf and spending time at his home in North Carolina.
Dr. Cary M. Phillips was born in Foley, Alabama but grew up in Montgomery. The daughter of Dr Grover C. Murchison (Family Physician in Montgomery 1952-1998): she attended Bear Elementary, Cloverdale Jr High and Montgomery Academy. Dr. Cary graduated from Auburn University in 1970 with B .S. in Animal Science. She taught Biology, Chemistry and Physics at Trinity Presbyterian School in Montgomery from 1973-75. She graduated from Tuskegee Veterinary School (Summa Cum Laude) in 1979. Dr. Cary also taught part-time at Huntingdon College as Adjunct Professor from 1979-1997.
Dr. Cary received the Feline Practitioners Award in 1979 and the Alabama Veterinary Service Award in 1986. She also served as chairman of the Alabama Veterinary Medical Committee to rewrite the Alabama Veterinary Practice Act 1984-86.
Dr. Cary was named the Alabama Veterinary Medical Association Veterinarian of the Year in 1987. Dr. Cary has coached 2 World Series Championship Dixie Youth Softball teams (1995 and 1997). She was named Montgomery Gray Coach of the Year in 1997.
Dr. Cary married Dr. O. M. Phillips (Dr. Rusty) September 5, 1969 and they have two daughters and two grandchildren. Dr. Cary’s hobbies include gardening, wildlife photography, training retrievers, hiking and spending time with her grandchildren.
Dr. Rusty Phillips was born in Eufaula, Alabama but grew up in
Montgomery.Dr. Rusty attended Bear Elementary, Cloverdale
Jr. High and SidneyLanier High School. Dr. Rusty received his
under graduate degree from Auburn University and graduated
from Auburn University Veterinary School in 1970. Dr. Rusty
served in the U. S. Air Force from 1970-1972 and was stationed at
Goldsboro, North Carolina.
Phillips Animal Clinic which was built in 1973, opened it s doors
for business in September of that year and remained open until
June 1, 2014 after being open for 41 years.
Dr. Rusty married Cary Lockett Murchison (Dr. Cary)
September 5, 1969at St. John’s Episcopal Church. Together they
have two daughters, Cary Murchison Phillips Crowe, MD (OB/GYN with Henderson and Watson, St. Vincent’s Hospital in Birmingham, Al) and Martha Maria Phillips George, MD (Sports Medicine Orthopedic Surgeon at Russell Medical Center, Alex City, Al. Both of their daughters graduated from Trinity Presbyterian School in Montgomery, Al. Dr Rusty and Dr. Cary have two daughters and four grandchildren.. Dr. Rusty’s hobbies include hunting, fishing, hiking and spending time with his grandchildren.
Dr. Jessica Coby Quigley was raised in Fort Deposit, Alabama and is the daughter of Michael and Robbi Greene. She went to elementary and high school at Greenville Academy in Greenville, Alabama until her Junior year when she then attended Fort Dale Academy in Greenville, Alabama where she graduated from 2005. Dr. Quigley completed her undergraduate studies at Judson College in Marion, Alabama where she earned her Bachelor's degree with a major in biology and a minor in Equine Studies. She then went on to earn her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine degree from Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2014 to 2018. She and her husband live in Tallassee, Alabama with their ten-year old son who keeps them busy at the ball field. They also have six horses, three dogs, five chickens, and two pet cows. Dr. Quigley grew up riding and showing horses and still enjoys trail riding in her spare time. She also enjoys boating on Lake Martin with her family, camping, and enjoying the outdoors