Dr. Kylee Thomas graduated from Iowa State University, College of Veterinary Medicine in 2004 and returned home to work at Thomas Veterinary Clinic. In 2006, she purchased the clinic and has worked hard to maintain Thomas Veterinary Clinic’s reputation while incorporating new ideas and techniques. Through her abilities and compassion, Dr. Thomas makes sure you and your pet receive quality care.
Dr. Tom Lopp graduated from Kansas State University, College of Veterinary Medicine in 1992. He joined the Thomas Veterinary Clinic team in 1994. He brought with him an interest and considerable knowledge in small animal and equine surgery. This interest has led to our ability to offer multiple surgical services not otherwise available in the area. Dr. Lopp always ensures that his patients receive the highest quality of care possible.
Dr. John Thomas graduated from Iowa State University, College of Veterinary Medicine in 1975. Following graduation, he entered private practice and worked as a mixed animal veterinarian. Working long hard hours, he started Thomas Veterinary Clinic in 1978. Well known for his work with horses, his love of all animal species, and his dedication to their health, Dr. Thomas is now retired.
Your pet deserves the best care! That is why we have a registered veterinary technician to assist in the care of your pet. A RVT is your pet’s “nurse”. Whether she is drawing blood from your pet, placing an IV catheter, monitoring anesthesia, or assisting in surgery, our RVT offers your pet exceptional care. Our RVT is up to date on major developments in veterinary medicine through continuing education opportunities such as seminars, workshops, regional and national meetings as well as regular staff meetings. We feel very fortunate to have a RVT in our practice.
Christy graduated from Kirkwood Community College with a degree in Horse Science Technology in 1995. A few years later, she returned to Kirkwood and completed the veterinary technician program in 1999. Following graduation, she joined the Thomas Vet team. Christy works primarily with our equine patients and shows a great deal of skill and patience with them. She also has a special interest in anesthesia.
Our kennel attendants perform a wide variety of tasks to make sure your pet is comfortable during his or her stay while boarding or hospitalized. The kennel attendants are always busy cleaning, feeding, and caring for our patients.
Willy joined the group in October of 2005, when he came in for treatment following a dogfight and liked it so much he never left. He is the playful one of the bunch and can often be found chasing toys up and down the hall. He also likes to challenge Archie for the position of official clinic greeter.