Meet Our Hospital Staff

Our staff is an experienced and caring team ready to help you in any way possible. You can learn more about them, and see some of their many pets below.

  • Tonya
    Registered Veterinary Technician

    A Quad City native, Tonya received her Registered Veterinary Technician degree from Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Rapids after attending Scott Community College for 2 years. Tonya likes boating with friends and spending time with her husband Tim and their two children Owen and Olivia. She also has a dog and a cat. Tonya has been a technician at Scott County Animal Hospital since 1998.  She also received additional training to become PennHIP certified. 

  • Andrés
    Veterinary Assistant

    Andrés joined our staff in 2006 as a Veterinary Assistant. He is originally from Sucre, Bolivia. Andrés and his wife Darlene live in Eldridge and have two children; Jakob and Rebekah. He graduated from veterinary school in Bolivia, and has worked in the past for the Red Cross, for World Concern, and as a State Veterinarian in Bolivia. Andrés is shown with his dog Waira.

  • Colene
    Veterinary Assistant

    Colene joined our staff in 2015.  She grew up on a farm north of Clinton, Iowa raising Hereford cattle and sheep. She graduated from Scott Community College with an Associate of Applied Science degree in medical laboratory technology. She also is a certified pharmacy technician. Colene and her husband Terry live in rural Princeton, Iowa. Her children Caitlin and Kyle are both attending college. Thank goodness she has three pets at home to keep her company; Leah, a yellow Lab, a rescue dog Lacey (pictured here) and Peanut her cat.

  • Jessica
    Veterinary Assistant

    Jessica joined our team in 2015. She is a 2012 Ashford University graduate with a BA in Psychology and Social and Criminal Justice. She lives in Clinton where in her free time she volunteers for several animal welfare causes. Jessica loves to travel and spend time with her 3 pets: Tucker, Maci and Benjamin.

  • Caitlyn
    Registered Veterinary Technician

    Caitlyn recently graduated from Muscatine Community College with her veterinary technician degree. She grew up on a small farm in Delmar, IA and was active in 4-H and FFA. In her free time she likes being outdoors, going to cattle shows with her family, and playing with her 3 dogs Otto, Emma, and Nellie and her 2 cats Lucky and Roo;

  • Lori
    Office Manager

    Lori joined the team in 2004. She is a Quad Cities native, growing up on the family farm near Blue Grass, but now living in LeClaire. She previously owned/operated Dew Kist Acres, raising strawberries, asparagus, mums and asters. She has 2 dogs, 2 cats and 1 bird. She also has 2 grown daughters and three adorable grandsons. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling and gardening.

  • Ashley
    Lead Receptionist

    Ashley has been with our clinic since June of 2008 and has always worked in customer care. In 2013, she graduated from the University of Phoenix with an Associate of Arts degree in accounting.  She and her husband Brandon live in Bettendorf with their four children Keira, Bailey, Robert, and Evelyn.  They also have three cats - Echo, Mimic, and Shadow – who were all rescued and brought in by concerned clients for our vets to make sure they were okay (she couldn’t resist!). When not at work, she most enjoys spending time with all of her family and friends, but also enjoys a variety of crafts and watching movies!

  • Allison
    Marketing and Inventory Specialist

    Allison joined our clinic in 2013.  Allison was born and raised in the Quad Cities.  She received a BS in Animal Science from Iowa State University and worked in a zoo in Western Nebraska for several years after graduation.  Allison enjoys reading and taking long road trips whenever possible.

  • Barbara

    Barbara joined our clinic in 2016 as a part-time Receptionist. She is married to Phil and is the proud mom of Dylan and Justin. In her free time, Barbara enjoys relaxing with her family and friends, going to the gym, hanging out by the pool, yardwork, and spoiling her 8 yr old Cockapoo, Ozziegirl.

  • Nikki

    Nikki joined our staff in 2012.  She has been grooming since 1999.  Nikki and her family enjoy the outdoors by camping and hiking all over the country.  She is also very talented at knitting and enjoys various other crafts.  What family would be complete without a few animals?  Nikki has two cats and two dogs: Pancake, Wasabi, Corra, and Loki.

  • Katie Seeman
    Kennel Attendant

    Bio coming soon...

  • Caitlin Pierce
    Kennel Attendant

    Bio coming soon.

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    Dora H. / Eldridge, IA

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