Brandi is Dr. Fraker's technician. She has worked as a technician for 24 years. She grew up with horses and was very involved in endurance horse racing. She has a 9-year old daughter, Kyleigh, a stepson, Cody serving in the United States Marine Corps, and a stepdaughter,Kinsey. The family also includes 2 dogs: Izzy, a female Laborador and Louis, a male Catahoula Hound. Her interests include running, Crossfit, and spending as much family time together as possible.
Jenny is Dr. Davis' technician. She has been working in the veterinary field since 2009. She graduated Eureka College with a Bachelor's of Science in Environmental Science, but found that working with animals is her true calling. She enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and two beautiful tabby cats Percy and Sebastian.
Kayla is Dr. Walsh's technician. She has been a technician at Prairie Oak since 2016. She loves the opportunity to work with small animals and exotic/ pocket pets. She is always willing to jump into new things and opportunities. She has 2 cats named Clinger and Nemo and 2 Dalmations name Deville and Lou Dog. She is very outdoorsy- loves to hike, fish, and anything else the outdoors has to offer. "Working in the veterinary field has taught me so much and my love for animals continues to grow! I look forward to continuing to learn and work with different types of animals."
Linda has been working in the veterinary field for 35 years. She went to ISU and received a degree in both Chemistry and Biology, and decided that was enough; so no vet schooI for her. She enjoys working as a jack-of-all-trades including technician, office manager, mechanic, and all around gopher at Prairie Oak. She is married to Mark, and is the proud step-mom to 5 kids: Ally, Jenna, Janelle, Gavin, and Alex. They have 3 dogs:Dexter, Mavis, and Itty Bitty, and 1 cat, Harley. They have a very full house on occasion. They really enjoy grilling out all year, camping and playing outdoors in the summers, and curling up by the fire to watch movies or play board games in the winter.