Meet Our Staff

Practice ManagerKarrie

Employed with Lodi Veterinary Hospital since April 2004.

Karrie enjoys working and spending time with her family. She has two dog, and two cats.


Office ManagerSabrina

Employed with Lodi Veterinary Hospital since March 2000.

Sabrina enjoys playing soccer competitively and running.  She has two adorable cats.


Customer Service RepresentativeColleen

Employed with Lodi Veterinary Hospital since January 2002.

Colleen enjoys crocheting as well as running.  She has a Yellow Labrador and a Conuer.

Customer Service Representative:  Cathy

Employed with Lodi Veterinary Hospital since July 2017.

Cathy enjoys riding horses.  She currently has 2 horses and a multitude of other furry creatures.


Customer Service Representative:  Mckenzie

Employed with Lodi Veterinary Hospital since October 2018.

Mckenzie enjoys spending time with her family.  She currently has 2 dogs and 2 cats.

Registered Veterinary Technician Kelly

Employed with Lodi Veterinary Hospital since March 2012.

Kelly enjoys playing softball and is a very creative person. She has two cats and a Bassett Hound.

Registered Veterinary Technician Emily

Employed with Lodi Veterinary Hospital since July 2016.

Emily enjoys Barrel Racing and taking care of her small ranch.  She has 5 dogs, 4 horses, 2 cows, 1 goat and 1 cat.


Registered Veterinary Technician Debbie

Employed with Lodi Veterinary Hospital since September 2015.

Debbie enjoys taking care of her goat ranch and her many creatures, which include dogs, cats, and a sheep.



Registered Veterinary Technician:  Michelle

Employed with Lodi Veterinary Hospital Since March 2018.

Michelle enjoys riding her horse and playing with her adorable Pitbull.


Registered Veterinary Technician:  Kim

   Employed with Lodi Veterinary Hospital since September 2018.

   Kim enjoys spending time with her family and is currently still in College.

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  • "Staff is wonderful! They are warm, respectful and personable. Dr. Webster is thorough, listens to your concerns and very communicative throughout your animals visit. They treat your pet babies as if they were theirs and I love that they have “walk-in” hours!"
    Tara Sudderth

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