Dr. Amy Tiek
Dr. Amy (Neal) Tiek is the Owner of Vincennes Veterinary Clinic. Dr. Tiek graduated from North Knox HS in 2004 and earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2011 from Purdue University. Dr. Tiek began her veterinary career in Princeton IN at a practice that served both pets and farm animals. Six years ago she welcomed the opportunity to return home to practice veterinary medicine in Knox County. Dr. Tiek is an experienced veterinary surgeon and especially enjoys educating pet owners about how they can care for their furry friends.
Dr. Tiek lives on the family farm in northern Knox County with her husband and two children. Her three-legged Puggle named Dixie and Stella the Great Dane complete their family. Dr. Tiek is an active member of her church and enjoys singing. She is an avid Purdue sports fan.
Dr. Andrea Schroeder
Dr. Andrea Schroeder has been an Associate Veterinarian with Vincennes Veterinary Clinic for 10 years. As a Knox County native and North Knox HS graduate, the decision was an easy one to return to family and friends and serve the community of her youth. Dr. Schroeder attended Vincennes University and then earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at Purdue University in 2008. She enjoys all aspects of providing health care for your pets but particularly enjoys dentistry. She also has a passion for orthopedic and general surgery.
Dr. Schroeder lives in northern Knox County with her husband and two children. She has a cat named Guber. Some of her hobbies include boating, gardening, and home canning.
Dr. Melody Candler-Catt
Dr. Catt has served pet owners for over 10 years at Vincennes Vet Clinic. After attending South Knox High School, she received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Purdue University. She has taught at Vincennes University for several years. Dr. Catt enjoys working with exotic pets, especially birds.
Dr. Catt resides in Knox County with her husband and two children. She has too many pets to mention!
Dr. Amy Manhart
Dr. Manhart is originally from the West York, IL area where she graduated as Salutatorian from Martinsville Jr./Sr. High School. Afterward, she attended Vincennes University and graduated with a certificate in veterinary technology before transferring to the University of Illinois and earning a Bachelor’s of Animal Science degree with Honors. She was then accepted into the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine where she achieved her DVM in 2018.
Dr. Manhart has moved back to the Vincennes area. Her professional interests include zoonotic diseases and neurology. Her personal interests include cooking, games of any kind, and escape rooms.