Dr. Gary Schulteis

greenfield ia vet dr. schulteisDr. Schulteis is a 1984 graduate of Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine.

After vet school, Dr. Schulteis practiced for a year in Lexington, Nebraska. He then moved to Anthony, Kansas, where he worked as a mixed animal vet for eleven years. In 1996, Dr. Schulteis purchased Adair County Vet Clinic in Greenfield, Iowa and has enjoyed serving area farmers and pet owners ever since!

When he’s not busy being a vet, Dr. Schulteis enjoys fly fishing, hunting, and woodworking.

 

Adair County Veterinary Clinic is currently seeking to hire an associate veterinarian.  Interested licensed veterinarians or current veterinary students who are interested in learning more about this position, please contact Dr. Schulteis.

Veterinary

Kim

greenfield ia vet techKim is a Registered Veterinary Technician. She has a BS in Animal Ecology from Iowa State University and received her AS in Veterinary Technology from DMACC in 2006.

Kim’s special interests include dental therapy and radiography. Her favorite part of working at Adair County Vet Clinic is how every day is different.

Kim enjoys spending time with her husband, Jonathan, and their sons, Everett and Warren. She also enjoys visiting family and friends, camping, cooking, and cuddling with her cats, Armalite and Crockett.

Jennifer

vet staff greenfield iaJennifer is a native of Greenfield, Iowa. She received her Veterinary Technician degree through a distance learning program at San Juan College in Farmington, New Mexico.

Jennifer enjoys assisting with small animal surgery and care. Her special interests are working with large animals and helping with herd work.

Jennifer, her husband, Larry, and her son, Tyson, enjoy spending time with family and friends, as well as her dogs and cats.

 

Katrina

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Herman

vet clinic catHerman is the vet clinic’s public relations cat! When he’s not busy greeting clients, he keeps an eye on the clinic’s day-to-day happenings and goes to great heights to find a peaceful place for a catnap.