Years of running, jumping and walking take a toll on your pet's joints. When your once energetic cat or dog starts to slows down or appears to be in pain, osteoarthritis may be to blame. The disea ...View Article
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Dr. Sue Hermes has called Knox County her home for over 20 years. She grew up in Ohio and attended Ohio State University where she earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. Dr. Hermes is the current owner of Vincennes Veterinary Clinic, which has been serving the Vincennes area since 1973. With her husband, Dave, she has raised two teenagers (who you may see occasionally helping out at the Clinic). Dr. Hermes is active in her church and the community and serves as a board member of the Knox County Community Foundation. Dr. Hermes is privileged to donate her services to keep the furry Canine officers of the Knox County Sheriffs Department and Vincennes Police Department strong and healthy. In her free time, Dr. Hermes enjoys working around the yard, reading and watching sports.
Maizie, a Golden Retriever, and Millie, a yorkie mix, are always close by to keep her company. Rounding out the Hermes family are Vinnie and Lola, the feline representatives.
Dr. Andrea Schroeder
Dr. Andrea Schroeder is an Associate Veterinarian at Vincennes Veterinary Clinic. She is a Knox County native and attended North Knox High School. She graduated from Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine where she received her DVM degree. Dr. Schroeder practiced in Terre Haute before returning home to join the Vincennes Veterinary Clinic team and to be closer to family and friends. Dr. Schroeder has a passion for orthopedic and soft tissue surgery. She is also has an interest in advanced dental techniques. Dr. Schroeder lives in northern Knox County with her husband Seth Harting, daughter Amelia and their cat Gubber. Some of her hobbies include fishing, gardening, and home canning.
Dr. Amy Tiek
Dr. Amy (Neal) Tiek is an Associate Veterinarian at the Vincennes Veterinary Clinic. She is a North Knox High School graduate and went on to Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine to earn her DVM degree. Dr. Tiek worked in Princeton prior to coming home to Knox County to join the Vincennes Veterinary Clinic team. Dr. Tiek has a passion for educating pet owners on veterinary care and enjoys the challenge of general surgery and companion animal medicine. Dr. Tiek attends Bethel Church and is an active member of the Freelandville Improvement Club. She enjoys running, singing, showing livestock, and spending time with family and friends. Dr. Tiek lives near Freelandville with her husband Collin and son Brennen. Her puggle, Dixie, and Collin's Great Dane, Stella, complete the family circle.
Dr. Melody Candler-Catt
Dr. Melody Candler-Catt is a graduate of the Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine. She loves to work with pet birds, pocket pets, and uncommon critters. Dr. Melody lives in Knox county with her husband Gayle, daughter Miley and a houseful of happy dogs and cats. When she is not caring for your pets, Dr. Melody is an Assistant Professor of Biology at Vincennes University.