Meet The Staff

Meet the friendly staff at Pearl River Veterinary Hospital!

  • Denise Wisher
    Office Manager

    Denise Wisher began working for Pearl River Veterinary Hospital in 2005. Her passion has always been with companion pets. She loves the interaction with clients and their furry family. She loves welcoming new clients and patients to our PRVH family. Denise appreciates the challenge each day brings. She shares her home with four loving dogs, Piper, Khloe, Cassie and Roux.

  • Tammy Blackwell
    Reception

    Tammy, a native of Pearl River, began working at PRVH in 2006. She looks forward to seeing our clients and is always happy to assist them and their pets. Tammy has always had a love for animals as evidenced by her wide variety of pets, from dogs and cats to turtles and horses. When not at work, Tammy loves spending time with her family including her grandsons, Gentry and Adam, Jr.

  • Tawnya Perkins
    Reception

    Tawnya is originally from east Texas, but has been a resident of Pearl River since 2004. She joined the staff of Pearl River Veterinary Hospital in April of 2017. She enjoys spending time with her family and fur babies, going out on the boat, and fishing.

  • Brandi Diliberto
    Technician

    Brandi Diliberto, a resident of Carriere, MS, began working at PRVH in August 2015. In the past, Brandi has worked as a volunteer at the St. Bernard Animal Shelter in Chalmette, LA. Brandi spends most of her free time with family, friends, and her 2 dogs Nala and Jax.

  • April
    Kennel

    April is originally from Hobbs, New Mexico and has lived in Pearl River County for 15 years. She is now a happy resident of Carriere, Ms. April began work at PRVH in Febuary 2018. At home April enjoys spending Tim with her fiancee and her mom duties to 3 teenagers, 5 cats, and four dogs. Even the neighborhood pup loves to stay over!! She also enjoys being outside, taking photos of plants and bugs, or doing her favorite pass time, landscaping!

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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  • "All of the staff is compassionate and caring. They will love on your animals when you can't!"
    The Oilers Life Stacy L. M.
  • "Wished I would have found this Vet a long time ago. They are indeed animal lovers and very thorough. Took extremely good care of my pets. Very clean and very reasonable.
    Not money hungry like most. Very conscientious of pet's needs and owner's concerns.
    Than you Pearl River Vet Hospital"
    Jackie M.
  • "We LOVE Dr. Bradburn!!! :) We would recommend him to anyone!!"
    Kristie R.

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