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Dr. John R. Stoltz


Our TeamDr. John R. Stoltz attended the University of Missouri, Columbia from 1972 through 1979 where his undergraduate studies were in Biochemistry. He graduated from the University of Missouri Veterinary School in 1979. Shortly, thereafter he purchased the Washington Veterinary Clinic. He practices on livestock and pets. Dr. Stoltz's areas of special interest are orthopedic surgery, reproduction, and pathology. He regularly attends continuing education seminars. Also, since 9-11, his training includes disaster preparedness and response.

Dr. Stoltz and his wife, Sandy, have 6 children and 14 grandchildren. His other interests are shooting, especially handguns; hunting, camping, and almost anything outdoors.


Sara


Sara is a Licensed Technician, she started out cleaning cages in high school at another Vet clinic and worked her way up. Altogether she has been practicing for almost 20 years now. She was born and raised outside of Eureka, Mo and graduated from Vet Tech Institute in 2013. Her pets include a Pug named Tank, Llewellyn Setter named Jolee, a sulcata tortoise named Turbo and a cat named Fergie. She is a certified weight coach for Purina and is very active with her own animals. Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her family, watching horror movies and all outdoor activities with her longtime boyfriend Dave.


Stephanie


Stephanie was born and raised on a farm outside of New Haven, Mo. Her love for animals started at a young age with tending to pigs, cows, horses, chickens, dogs, and cats on the farm. She worked on a hog farm through high school and most of college. She now lives in New Haven with her husband Jorden and their fur baby Cinnamon who they rescued in 2015. She graduated from Vet Tech Institute in 2015 and started working with Dr. Stoltz that same year. While not at work she enjoys spending time with family and friends as well as hunting, fishing, four-wheeling and watching Netflix.



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