Lynn Weaver, DVM with Dog OpalDr. Weaver, our Co-Chief of Staff, has 30 years of experience caring for the dogs, cats, horses, cows, sheep, goats, alpacas and more of Charlotte and our surrounding communities. He has a true passion for veterinary medicine and has just as much fun caring for a 1,000 pound cow as he does a 3 pound puppy! His compassionate and humorous nature make each visit with Dr. Weaver an enjoyable one.

In 1978, Dr. Weaver received a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Michigan State University. Following his graduation, he returned home to Charlotte and took an associate veterinarian position in mixed animal practice.

Jessica Lindahl, DVM with Dog BooneDr. Lindahl, our Co-Chief of Staff, grew up near Howell, Michigan. She has special interests in equine dentistry, and the welfare and management of livestock species, as well as dermatology and internal medicine.

While growing up, Dr. Lindahl was actively involved in Livingston County 4-H and the Hartland High School Equestrian Team, and participated in many community service activities, as well as shows with her horse and dog. She exercised her Spartan Pride while spending a number of years at Michigan State University for her undergraduate and graduate professional studies. During this time, she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science in 2008, and subsequently, a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2013.

Rachel Morris, DVM with Dogs Dixie and JackDr. Morris is a veterinarian with a cheerful and compassionate personality who emphasizes client education, diagnostics, and practical treatment. She is a very personable and intelligent individual excited to meet the clients of Apple Grove Veterinary Care and help you care for your beloved companions. She has an interest in large and small animal medicine, surgery and dentistry.

She grew up in Eaton Rapids, Michigan. After graduating from Eaton Rapids High School, Dr. Morris attended Michigan State University, where she achieved a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science in 2005. Her senior thesis was on the value of feeding cellulase to horses to improve digestion. She subsequently obtained a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 2009. Dr. Morris has been a familiar face around our hospital on and off since 2001, obtaining a lot of pre-veterinary experence here with Dr. Weaver.