Meet Our Doctors

  • Dr.
    Rick Schrock

    Graduate of the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine in 1984. Dr. Schrock is a member of the KCVMA, MVMA, AVMA. He has been practicing at our hospital since 1986.   He specializes in treating reptiles and pocket pets. Dr. Schrock has two furry best friends, 'Scout', a collie mix, and 'Tex' a papillon.

  • Dr.
    Cheri Appling

    Graduate of the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine in 2003. Dr. Appling is a member of the KCVMA, MVMA, and AVMA. She has been practicing at our hospital since 2004.   Her current furry family consists of 'Triscuit', the chocolate lab and 'Charlie' the heeler mix.

  • Dr.
    Emily Shearhart

    Graduate of the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine in 2016.  Dr. Shearhart is a member of the KCVMA, MVMA, AVMA. Emily has worked at Three Trails Animal Hospital since 2008 and joined the staff of doctors in 2016.  She has three longhaired dachshunds 'Fiona', 'Twiggy', and 'Bruce'.

  • Dr.
    Brittany Chaney

    Originally from Kentucky, Dr. Chaney is a graduate of Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine.

     She has  worked with both large and small animals in Missouri and Nebraska.

    She has a female Bull Mastiff named 'Briar'.

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  • "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.

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