Heartland Veterinary Health Center is proud to serve Holton, KS and surrounding areas. We are dedicated to providing the highest level of veterinary medicine along with friendly, compassionate service.
Established in 2015:
Dr. Don and Dr. Amy Sunday recently purchased the practice formerly owned and operated by Dr. Tim Parks. With the transition comes new faces, new services and new views on animal health care and animal health products, yet, a continuity of the high standard of care can always be expected. The current facilities offer affordable but technologically advanced animal care. The doctors pursue the best possible wellness and preventative care for the animals, but, always maintain an awareness of expense.
Drs. Don and Amy and the staff merit themselves as a friendly enthusiastic team, who take special interest in you and your animals, whether the animals are large or small. They are committed to providing a high standard of veterinary service to enhance the overall health of the animals and the equanimity of the animal's owner. Both Dr. Don and Dr. Amy have placed an emphasis on bovine herd health issues and animal wellness and preventative care, whether small or large animals.
We believe in treating every patient as if they were our own pet, and giving them the same loving attention and care. We are a group of highly trained, experienced animal lovers who are devoted to giving our patients the best care possible.
If you have any questions about how we can care for your pet, please don't hesitate to call us at 785-364-4495. Thank you!
Meet Our Team:
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.
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.
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.
Dr. Jessica Stallbaumer
Dr. Jessica Stallbaumer also a 2012 graduate of the Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine, serves as a relief veterinary for Heartland Veterinary Health Center, L.L.C. Dr. Stallbaumer has been serving northeast Kansas as a rural, mixed animal practitioner since graduation. She has a special interest in equine, but enjoys the wide variety of cases in a rural, mixed animal practice
Donna Ashcraft, Office Admin.
Office Administrator, has been a life-time resident of Jackson County and has been in the employ of Heartland Veterinary since 2001.
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.
Making your pets beautiful, Kim Hoffman is in the clinic one day a week for grooming. Kim is a 2000 Graduate of Colby Community College Veterinary Technician program