Westfield Veterinary Care

17735 Sun Park Drive
Westfield, IN 46074

(317)896-2539

www.westfieldvetcare.com

 

Our Doctors & Administration

 

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Dr. Richard Kohlmann: 

 

Dr. Kohlmann's past work experience includes serving as a dairy veterinarian in Pennsylvania, teaching physiology at Purdue University and training dogs for obedience classes.  He started Westfield Veterinary Care as a house-call practice.  What has always drawn him to this field is the opportunity to help people care for their pets.  By providing the community with a veterinary care facility that can provide personable, quality care that is reasonably priced, we bridge the gap between low-cost clinics and the expense of twenty-four hour hospital care.  He enjoys projects, bicycling, gardening, fishing and aquariums.


Maisie, Dr Bundy's black lab mix

Dr. Alicia Bundy:

 

A native of Arcadia, Indiana and a graduate of Purdue University, she has always enjoyed having animals in her life, from dressing the pet cat in doll clothes to caring for orphaned animals when younger. Dr Bundy has special interests in feline medicine, dermatology, behavior and dentistry.  She strives to provide excellent care, and to help educate pet owners about how to best care for their animal companions. She has also been actively involved with Indy Feral/FACE trap/neuter release program.  She enjoys drawing, painting, walking dogs, running and working out in her spare time. 


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Dr. Sarah Kronland:

 

Growing up in southern Indiana and wanting nothing more than to be a veterinarian, Purdue University was a clear choice for her. Once she graduated she moved to downtown Chicago where she completed a year in general practice followed by five years in emergency medicine. After the birth of her children, she and her family made the move back to the Hoosier state where she has been doing relief work for the past eight years. While she loves all aspects of veterinary medicine, she especially enjoys maintaining long term relationships with clients and their pets, and as such is excited to call WVC home. When she's not working she's either spending time with her family, exercising, reading, or gardening.


a close up of Jo, one of Virginia's Newfoundlands
Virginia Davis, Hospital Administrator:

 

Hospital administrator Virginia Davis first met Dr. Kohlmann as a housecall client. Upon learning he was building a clinic she asked, “How will you staff it?” The rest is history! Virginia studied in England with Jan Fennell, “The Dog Listener.”  She is a member of the Newfoundland Club of America as well as two regional Newfoundland clubs.  She actively shows their Newfoundlands in conformation throughout the US.  She co-chairs South Central Newfoundland Rescue (SCNR), a tri-state 501(c)3 rescue organization, and chairs the annual Christmas Tree Pull at Dull’s Tree Farm in Mechanicsburg, IN that benefits SCNR.  Please join us!


Shellie Stapleton, Operations Manager:

 

I recently joined WVC in August 2019.  I had previously worked at WVC for 8 years as a Veterinary Assistant and left for a short stint.  I was thrilled when I was offered the opportunity to come back.  I enjoy assisting other staff members through new employee training and maintaining the flow of the clinic's day to day activities, as well as, provide direction on the facilities needs.  You will also see me in the exam rooms and surgery assisting doctors and patients.  Through the years at WVC, I've attended numerous Purdue Veterinary Conferences and various industry seminars. My previous property management experience along with my prior veterinary care experience has provided me my dream job.  When not at WVC, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends (both 2 and 4 leggers) walking and sometimes jogging on Hamilton County trails, quilting and reading.  I am so glad to be back in a place I love and working alongside those who have a passion for extraordinary pet care.