Meet the Team
Dr. Keith Stein
Dr. Keith Stein was born in North Carolina and grew up in Tennessee. He attended the University of the South where he obtained his BA in Psychology. He worked as a counselor for a couple of years before attending Auburn University where he obtained his BS in Animal Science (1993) and DVM (1997).
After graduation from veterinary school, he worked in private practice for several years before entering into a residency in Oral Surgery and Dentistry at the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine, which he completed in 2004. Since completing his residency he has worked in private specialty practices in Ohio, New Jersey and Maryland. He is board-certified by the American Veterinary Dental College (Diplomate AVDC) and is a member of the American Veterinary Dental Society, previously serving as a member of the Credentials Committee and chair of the Review & Assessment Examination Committee for the specialty college.
He was an instructor at the Animal Dental Training Center in Baltimore, which teaches oral surgery and dental techniques to veterinarians from around the world. He lectures throughout the country on a variety of dental topics to veterinarians, technicians, breeders and animal owners. He is a past member of the faculty in the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences as a Clinical Assistant Professor in Veterinary Oral Surgery and Dentistry at the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Stein is the first veterinarian from the state of Tennessee to become a board certified specialist in Dentistry and Oral Surgery, and the only one who is based full-time in Nashville. He is looking forward to providing exceptional consultation and referral services to private veterinary practitioners and their clients.
Robyn was born in Michigan but grew up around Nashville, TN. Growing up, she always had a household full of different types of animals and knew she wanted to dedicate her life to helping them. She has a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science from The University of Tennessee Knoxville and began working at a veterinary clinic while finishing up her degree. She has worked her way up from kennel supervisor to a trained technician. She and her husband recently moved back to the Nashville area to pursue their careers and be closer to family. She is very excited about the opportunity to continue to learn and help patients at TNVDOS. She and her husband enjoy kayaking, camping, and their two dogs: a mini dachshund, Corndog, and a rat terrier, Pinky.
Helen was born and raised in Daphne, Alabama near Mobile Bay. She recently received her Bachelor of Science in Natural Resources & the Environment from Sewanee - the University of the South and hopes to dedicate her career to environmental conservation and wildlife education. Growing up along the Gulf Coast with a mother as her science teacher, she quickly became fascinated with the outdoors and all types of wildlife. At school, her interests only grew stronger - eventually becoming involved with a Salamander habitat project and actively pursuing forest conservation courses. Helen has one rescue cat, Dexter, and has recently adopted a rescue puppy, Gustav or "Stavi." In her free time, she enjoys hiking, camping, drawing, and any activities that brings her outdoors.
Terri was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, but has lived most of her life in various parts of Tennessee. She married Lebanon, TN native Michael Manning in 1996. She has one daughter, Tobi and a beautiful granddaughter, Diamond.
Terri earned her Operating Room Technician Diploma through the United States Army. After working in the OR in human hospitals, she decided to change her focus to animals. She attended the Veterinary Technology Program at Columbia State Community College where she graduated in 2004 with honors and became a Licensed Veterinary Medical Technician. Terri's pets include two dogs, two cats and several snakes. In her free time Terri enjoys spending time with her friends and family, geocaching, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, and traveling
Nellie is from Joliet, Illinois but moved to Tennessee in 2013 with her husband and two boys. She always wanted to work with animals so she was very excited when she graduated from Volunteer State Community College and completed the Vet Tech Program. She loves spending time with her family and pets, watching her boys in sports (football and hockey), reading, and having family movie/game nights. Nellie currently has a zoo at home that include her two boys, a Pug - Shooter McGavin, an Australian Cattledog/Pitbull - Dog Zilla, a Ferret - Loki, a Sulcata Tortoise & an Axolotl.