- Small Animal Services
- Farm Animal Services
- Contact Us
- Meet Our Staff
- Client Resources
- Clinic Hours
- Pet First Aid
Rob Farruggio, DVM
Dr. Teeter began her career with JVC in 1999, working part-time as a small animal veterinarian. She is a 1998 graduate of the University of Wisconsin. She spends her days doing surgery, and seeing appointments, including routine appointments and diagnosing and treating sick or injured pets.
"I love the dynamic science of veterinary medicine. I thoroughly enjoy working with clients to provide the best quality of life for their companion animal."
"Dr. Brian" is a 2004 graduate of Kansas State University. He joined the JVC team as a Mixed Animal Veterianian in 2004. Dr. Brian enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine but has a special interest in bovine medicine. Most of his time is spent with our farm clients, providing service to their animals, however, he enjoys the opportunity to see companion animal appointments when he can. He lives in Jefferson with his wife and two daughters.
"Growing up on a farm, I always enjoyed animals and I had an interest in medicine. Veterinary Medicine is a perfect combination."
Marjorie Koeppen, DVM
Dr. Koeppen is a 2009 graduate of the
"I enjoy the diversity of veterinary medicine and I am grateful to have the opportunity to do what I love on a daily basis."
Daniel Griffith, DVM
Dr. Griffith is a 2011 graduate of the
Originally from Ohio, Dr. Griffith spent time in the Navy before becoming a veterinarian. He works with both companion and farm animals and enjoys the challenge and variety of mixed animal practice. He lives in Jefferson with his wife, two daughters, a female dog, and three female cats (and one male cat).
"I wanted to be a Veterinarian when I was 12 years old. I somehow got distracted along the way but rediscovered my passion for it as an adult."