Adrienne Denzik Robertson, DVM, CVCP
Dr. Robertson is originally from Fairdale, Kentucky. Growing up, Dr. Robertson rode horses and competed in various styles of riding including Hunter Jumper, Dressage, Cross Country, Saddleseat, Western Performance and Contest. Dr. Robertson was a “horse person” before she became a veterinarian and her extensive background with different breeds and styles has been an asset to her patients and clients. Dr. Robertson also worked as a veterinary assistant for small animals for 7 years before attending Veterinary school. After obtaining her Bachelors degree in Biology from Bellarmine University in Louisville, Kentucky, Dr. Robertson attended Veterinary school at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama. She completed an Equine Internship in Lexington, Kentucky before returning home to practice in Fairdale.
Dr. Robertson has always felt that Fairdale is her home. Although she travels with her ambulatory practice in Jefferson and surrounding counties, she chose to make Fairdale her home base. Our practice has recently expanded to include a Veterinary hospital and surgical facility. Dr. Robertson resides in Louisville with her high school sweetheart/ husband John, and sons Gavin and Peyton. Family also includes dogs Boston, Cooper and Bella, Cats Dillion and Dani, horses Peter Pan, Herman, Taz, Boomer and Starfire.
In her “spare time” Dr. Robertson continues to be an active participant in the horse community. She enjoys jumping, trail riding, showing her warmblood babies in hand and is currently showing in the Dressage ring.
Juston Schmidtke, DVM
From large to small, Dr. Schmidtke sees them all. Dr. Juston Schmidtke is a graduate of Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine “War Eagle”. Dr. Schmidtke comes to us from North Carolina where he practiced at a mixed animal practice for over 8 years. Dr. Schmidtke provides exceptional care for horses, dogs, cats, cattle, and pocket pets.
Dr. Schmidtke is a highly skilled orthopedic and soft tissue surgeon and he has extensive experience in internal medicine and ultrasonography. Dr. Schmidtke loves being a Veterinarian and his love of animals is apparent in the compassion and great attention to detail he gives to each patient. All of these qualities, and more, are what make Dr. Schmidtke an invaluable addition to Bannon Woods Veterinary Clinic. Dr. Schmidtke lives in Louisville, with his wife, who together raise Silver Fox rabbits in their home.
Erin Kiser, DVM
Dr. Kiser is a born and bred Kentucky girl! She attended the University of Kentucky for her undergraduate education and received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama.
Dr. Kiser is an avid horse-lover, and comes to us from a racetrack practice focusing primarily on sport horse medicine. Prior to track life, she worked at a progressive mixed animal practice in the mountains of Tennessee. Dr. Kiser is excited to bring her vast experiences to our practice.
While not at work, Dr. Kiser can be found with her wonderful husband Andrew, her two dogs Winston and Charlie, and her two cats Gabriel and Princess Penelope von Floofenschtuff (Floof). She has also had a love for the sport of Eventing from an early age and has been riding horses for most of her life.
Dr. Kiser is so happy to be a part of the Bannon Woods family and is excited to share her enthusiasm and knowledge with all of her clients.
Stephanie Brinley, Practice Manager
Stephanie has been a part of the Bannon Woods family for over 17 years. Stephanie earned her Bachlors in Marketing and Accounting from Sullivan University in Louisville, Kentucky. Stephanie has had horses most of her life and continues to be an active member of the Equine community. As a youth, she competed in contest, western pleasure and hunter divisions at both the local and national level. Stephanie resides in Fairdale with her husband, Aaron and daughter Kaylee. In her spare time, Stephanie enjoys competing on her Western Pleasure horse “Hercules” and coaching her daughter in the ring. Stephanie also shares her home with “fur babies” Diamond and Baxter.