Animal Doctor Junction City
Your Other Family Doctor
Jenni, Office Manager
Jenni is a Junction City native. She joined the Animal Doctor team in 2004 and has worked her way through many positions at Animal Doctor, to her current position as office manager. Jenni keeps everything running smoothly in reception, and she is one of the friendly knowledgeable faces you see when you visit our clinic. When Jenni isn’t working, she dedicates her time to her son Jackson, and her four legged family members, three dogs (Kardee B, Murphy, and Dino), and two cats (Achilles and Figaro).
Roxanne was born in San Diego, CA and moved to Junction City as a teen. In August of 2011, Jenni introduced her to Animal Doctor and we’ve been lucky to have her ever since! Roxanne is a skilled, friendly receptionist and will be one of the first points of contact to help you arrange your visit. In her spare time, Roxanne enjoys spending time with her family, including her two children, husband, nephews, and fur babies.
Megan, Veterinary Technician
Megan grew up in a military family which brought her from Germany to Kansas. Megan began her career in veterinary medicine as a veterinary technician while still in high school. Megan has worked at Animal Doctor beginning in July, 2017. She loves all aspects of the job, but especially enjoys interacting with clients and being in surgery. Megan enjoys spending time with her three dogs, Corndog, Bolt, and Roo. She also likes hiking, taking her dogs to the lake, and tailgating at the KSU Football games.
Ronnie, Veterinary Technician
Ronnie was born into a military family and raised in West Point, NE. Following in her parents footsteps, she joined the Kansas Army National Guard in 2009. After spending seven years in the Army, she was medically retired and dedicated to focusing on a career in Veterinary Technology. She obtained an Associates degree in Veterinary Technology and started a career with Animal Doctor. She has an amazing dog named Fidget and spends all of her time with him. When she is not working, she watches baseball; GO CUBS!!
Christina, Veterinary Assistant/Receptionist
Christina grew up in Junction City. She has always wanted to pursue a career in the veterinary field. Christina began working at Animal Doctor in April, 2017 as a kennel technician, where she excelled. She was promoted to veterinary assistant and receptionist, and can be found lending a hand throughout building. Christina and her husband have four children who keep them on their toes, especially during soccer and basketball season. Christina enjoys camping, hiking, reading, and spending quality time at home with her family and 4 cats.
Sheila, Veterinary Assistant
Sheila has lived in Kansas most of her life. She grew up with dogs and many barn cats. Sheila currently resides with three cats (Goddess, Sylvio, and Oliver). From a very young age Sheila has been interested inall types of animals, both domestic and exotic. She is in the process of completing an online veterinary technician degree and hopes to specialize in large cats one day.
Layla, Kennel Technician
Layla is a Native American born on an Indian Reservation in Michigan. She worked with Live Stock, raising a variety of animals for FFA county competitions in her early teens. Found her passion in the animal care industry and decided to change careers after obtaining her associates from Cloud College majored in Psychology. After gaining some more knowledge of animal care and handling from working at a few local boarding facilities, she began at Animal Doctor as a Kennel Tech. She hopes to learn and obtain as many skills as possible, and is in college to finish a degree in Veterinary Technology. Layla shares her home with Zoey (Great Dane), River (Golden Retriever), Harley (Dachshund) and two cats; Poe and Annabel Lee alongside her Human husband Thomas.
Crook & Chase, Clinic Cats
The friendly furry faces that greet you at Animal Doctor are Crook and Chase. These two pranksters may look similar, but they have very distinct personalities. Crook is the “evil twin” and is so named after the crook in his tail from previous trauma. Chase is his sweet, mischievous, more svelte brother. Crook and Chase were adopted by the Animal Doctor family in 2008 as sick kittens that stole a place in our hearts. You can often see them hard at work around the clinic!