Meet Our Staff

  • Vicki Moore,
    RVT
    Office Manager

    Registered Veterinary Technician since 2000-  Graduate of   Maple Woods    Employee since 1996. Vicki enjoys spending her life on the farm with her horses,  goats, chickens, and numerous dogs and cats.

  • Amby Richardson,
    RVT

    Registered Veterinary Technician since 1995- Graduate of Maple WoodsEmployee since 1994Amby has her hands full with brindle Mastiff 'Otis' and terrier mix 'Keeper', and a Mastiff Mix puppy 'Ramsey'.

  • Mariah Jenkins,
    RVT

    Registered Veterinary Technician since 2006 Graduate of Maple Woods     Employee since 2002      Mariah is a soft spoken lover of all animals and is studying  the use of herbal supplements in veterinary care. She shares  her home with several chickens, a Pyrenees 'Dahlia', a lab named 'Monty'  and a short haired tabby cat 'Miss McGillicuddy'.

  • Megan Sander,
    RVT

    Registered Veterinary Technician since 2007- Graduate of Maple WoodsEmployee since 2005Megan has filled her home with rescue dogs! 'Sioux' and 'Delilah' are large mixed breed dogs, 'Frank' the Mastiff and 'Daisy' is a scruffy Shih-Tzu mix.

  • Johanna Moretina
    Receptionist

    Employee since 2004While at home Jo likes to spend her time with her two and four-legged kids, playing with , 'Sophie' and 'Cash' the lab mixes, 'Josie' the Bulldog Mix and furry cat friends 'Remington' and 'Munchie'.

  • Jana Foland
    RVT
    Receptionist

    Registered Veterinary Technician since 1999 - Graduate of Maple Woods.                                                                                             Employed since 1997.                                                                   Jana is a proud mom of three boys.  In addition to her boys and husband, she shares her home with an American Bulldog 'Hawkeye'.

  • Kayla Davenport
    Assistant

    Employee since 2011 Kayla works in our boarding area as well as in the exam  rooms. Kayla has her own furry family at home with  'Howie', the rescued chihuahua, 'Pig' the pitbull, lab  mix 'Chevy', and their feline sidekicks 'Auto' and  'Bubbles'. She is also enjoying horse ownership.

  • Ann Casey
    Assistant

    Employee since 2009Graduated with an online veterinary assistance degree from ABC and currently works in our boarding area as well as in the exam rooms.Ann has two labrador retrievers 'Mona' and 'Missy', who are big sisters Labrador puppy 'Chip', also joined by 'Takoda' the Mastiff mix.

  • Lindsey Moritz
    Assistant

    Employee since 2012Lindsey currently works in our boarding area and as an exam room assistant. She too is a proud new owner of a horse. Lindsey also has a German Shepherd 'Rhea', and a chow mix 'Luna'

  • Anna Nash
    Receptionist

    Employee since 2014.                                                             Anna currently works as a receptionist and heads up accounts payable. She is working on her BA in healthcare management.   When she's not running or working out, she enjoys being an aunt to her adorable nephew and niece.

  • Amanda Payton
    Groomer

    Employee since 2015 but has been grooming furry friends since 2011.

    She likes living downtown and attending college when not grooming pets at the hospital. She has a rescued Akita named 'Sachi', Lab mix named 'Boulder' and a Pyr.  Puppy named 'Tobias'.

  • Therese Nutt
    Groomer

    Employee since 2014

    Therese enjoys the life downtown. She enjoys finding new favorite restaurants and hanging out with friends.

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-2:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Location

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Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Dr. Rick is one of the kindest and caring man I have ever known! I would trust him and anyone he hired to care for anyone close to me. Thankful for people like Dr. Schrock!"
    Kristen L- B.

Featured Articles

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