Dr. Byerly Thank you for being a client at Northeast Animal Clinic. We appreciate each and every one of our clients and want you to be confident in your choice of veterinary care. We would like to take this time to introduce you to our new doctor that will be here Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and some Saturdays. All of us at Northeast are very excited to have her!
Dr. Carrie Byerly grew up on a farm north of Westfield, raising cattle, sheep, and hogs. She was a 10 year 4H member and very active in her church and community. After graduating in 2000, she attended Purdue where she was a member of the AAMB marching band. She also obtained her DVM from Purdue School of Veterinary Medicine in 2009.
Dr. Byerly and her husband, Nate, moved to Corydon, Iowa after graduation and she practiced large and small animal medicine. Injuries forced her to quit doing large animal work and she began to focus on small animal work. They moved back to Indiana in 2014 and settled in Kokomo. They have two beautiful children, Clara and Joe, as well as a golden retriever named Comet and a cat named Boots. In her spare time, Dr. Byerly enjoys gardening, camping, working out, reading, and music. She is very excited to be a member of the Northeast family and can’t wait to meet your furry kids! DVM Amy Mcginnis Amy McGinnis is the Clinic Manager/RVT at Northeast Animal Clinic. She has lived in Kokomo, Indiana her whole life. Animals have always been a great love of hers. When Amy is not taking care of animals, she enjoys working out, being with family, and relaxing at her country home with her husband Joe and two furry kids, Bella and Piper. Clinic Manager Karen Inman Karen started working at the Northeast Animal Clinic in 2006, working seasonally during her summer and winter breaks while in college. She graduated from Purdue University in 2009 with a Bachelors in Animal Sciences with a minor in Behavior and Well-being. She interned at the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo in the Aquatics Section. She primarily worked with the South African Black Footed Penguins and North American River Otters. She also assisted with the care taking of the enclosures for the Mississippi Alligators and California Sea Lions and occasionally helped feed the Bobcats when extra assistance was needed. Upon completing her internship, she moved back to her hometown of Kokomo and soon after was working full time at the Northeast Animal Clinic as a Kennel Attendant. Kennel Attendant Jan Burke My name is Jan Burke. I was born and lived in Colorado until I met my husband 35 years ago.
I am now firmly entrenched as a country gal in Indiana. I have worked at Northeast Animal Clinic for the past 15 years. In fact, when I first came to Indiana, I observed with Dr. Maroney and Dr. Bailey who owned the practice before Dr. Lesa. I graduated from Purdue University in 1985 and saw Dr. Terry and Dr. Lesa who were attending Purdue at the same time. At the end of my schooling, I completed the Registered Veterinary Certification tests in Colorado as well as Indiana. I worked at Purdue and another small animal clinic in Kokomo before taking time away from work to raise and homeschool our three children.
In the animal realm, I have one outside cat who is really spoiled and earns his keep on our goat farm. I enjoy making ice cream, soft cheese, and sharing milk from my goats with my lactose intolerant son and grandson.
I enjoy working at Northeast Animal Clinic because I love the small, homey environment. I am currently the primary surgical technician, and I also take care of the animals when they come in for appointments. I love performing the hands-on procedures because it gives me more time with the animals and gives me my “animal fix”. Staff Danielle Danielle Artrip has been with Northeast Animal Clinic since 2017. I have over 15 years in customer service and find my job as a staff member here very fulfilling .
My hobbies are camping , crafts , and loving on every animal that come through the door ! Staff Marilyn Marilyn Ayers is front office staff with many years in the veterinary field, since 2001.
I enjoy the challenge of troubleshooting veterinary software to make the office run smoother. The best part of my job is seeing all our four legged patients and their owners.
My husband & I share a home with our pride of four cats. Staff Gabby Gabby has been with Northeast Animal Clinic since 2019. She helps with reception, kennels, and assisting the techs. Gabby enjoys spending time with her dogs Lucy and Henry. Receptionist Rebecca Dotterweich Rebecca came to work at Northeast Animal Clinic in 2018 as a Veterinary Assistant after graduating from Harrison college with a degree in Veterinary Technology close to her hometown of St. Anthony Indiana. In her spare time she likes to take walks with her daughter Rwby and two dogs, Roxie and Winston. Rebecca loves all our clients and taking care of their pets. Veterinary Assistant