Phone: Phone: 785-364-4495

Fax: 785-364-5062

2107 Frontage Rd, Holton, KS 66436

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Dr. Don Sunday


Dr. Don Sunday graduated in 2012 from the Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Don is from Dallastown, Pennsylvania. His veterinary practice continues to focus on herd health and medical and surgical companion animal cases, utilizing veterinary and technological advances.

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Dr. Amy Sunday


A 2012 Graduate from the Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine, Amy returns to northeast Kansas to provide veterinary services to her home town area. Dr. Sunday's practice also focuses on herd health and medical and surgical companion animal cases.

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Dr. Katie Nordhus


From time to time, we are fortunate to have Dr. Katie Nordhus serve as a relief veterinarian. Dr. Nordhus is also a graduate of the Kansas State University.

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Kim Hoffman


Making your pets beautiful, Kim Hoffman is in the clinic three days a week for grooming and is also the primary surgery technician. Kim is a 2000 Graduate of Colby Community College Veterinary Technician program.

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Sirena Mick


Sirena Mick, mother of three beautiful daughters and two lovely fur babies, comes to us with years of experience handling small animals. Sirena's hands-on training in caring for small animals at the local animal shelter has given her a great deal of insight in animal handling and her compassion for animals knows no boundaries.

Kim Mellies


Kim was born and raised in Denison, KS. She has a CNA degree with a large amount of experience in the radiology and medical field. She has two boys and a little girl. Her hobbies include running, and spending time with family and friends.

 

Kayla Lock


Kayla is a 2013 graduate of the Southeast Community College where she obtained an Associates Degree in Ag Business with a focus in livestock. Kayla began employment with Heartland Veterinary Health Center, L.L.C. in 2015.

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