Meet Our Veterinarians


  • Ann M. Sampson
    DVM

    Dr. Sampson joined Scott County Animal Hospital in 1994, moving to the Quad Cities from Ames, IA. She was born and raised in northwest Iowa. Her interest in animals began young at the age of 6, when she told her parents she wished to become a veterinarian. Dr. Sampson earned a BS in English from Iowa State University and then went on to attain her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Iowa State in 1992. Since that time, she has had the opportunity to work on many dogs and cats. Dr. Sampson is the proud owner of two Labs named O'Malley and Cammie, and two cats, Chamois and Minnie Pearl. She enjoys hiking, fishing, and time with her family (both the 2-legged and 4-legged kinds).  She is a member of the American Animal Hospital Association, American Veterinary Medical Association, American Association of Feline Practitioners and Iowa Veterinary Medical Association.

  • Jennifer M. Ewoldt
    DVM MS DACVS

    Dr. Ewoldt joined the practice in 2005. She originally hails from Canada's smallest province, Prince Edward Island. After graduating with a B.Sc.(Agr) in Animal Science at the University of Guelph in 1994, she completed her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at the University of Prince Edward Island in 1998, an internship at the Iowa State University in 1999, and a Large Animal Surgery residency at The Ohio State University in 2002. In 2005, Dr. Ewoldt became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons. She farms near Blue Grass with her husband Robb, a Quad Cities native. In her spare time, Dr. Ewoldt enjoys riding and checking cows on horseback, promoting agriculture and working in her garden. Dr. Ewoldt also writes a bi-weekly column in the Quad City Times called Rural Route 4.  Dr. Ewoldt has two young boys. Dr. Ewoldt is a member of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons, American Animal Hospital Association, American Veterinary Medical Association and Iowa Veterinary Medical Association.

  • Krystal Knuston
    DVM

    Dr. Knutson joined the Scott County Animal Hospital team in February 2019, moving to the Quad Cities area from Des Moines. She’s originally from northern Iowa, and growing up around animals, she always knew she wanted to be a veterinarian. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science from Iowa State University in 2010. Continuing at ISU, she earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2014. She currently lives in Le Claire with her husband, Klint. They are the proud parents of a yellow Lab named Deacon and a Quarter Horse, Dude.  In her free time, Dr. Knutson enjoys spending time with her family and friends, horseback riding and curling up with a good book.  She is a member of the Iowa Veterinary Medical Association and the American Veterinary Medical Association.

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