Debbie started her career in the veterinary field in 1999. She has been working with Readlyn Veterinary Associates for ten years now. She has four children and three grandchildren. She enjoys all aspects of her job and co-workers, but mostly the relationships she builds with the clients and their fur children. Debbie’s fur family consists of her dog Penny aka Pencil and her cats Beans, Moobelle, and Marvin. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her partner Doug, working in her garden and shopping.
Kelly graduated from Iowa State University with a degree in Animal Science. She started working for Readlyn Veterinary Associates after her graduation in 1983. She has been with the clinic for 37 years and has seen many changes in the veterinary business during that time. She is married to her husband, Mark, and resides on her family farm which she grew up on just outside of Readlyn. She has two children of her own, Amanda and Kyle, and one adorable grandson. Her family is very involved with the agricultural world. They background and finish cattle, grow corn, and have a small stock herd. Her free time is consumed with work to do around the farm. She has a fur-family that consist of two cats named KeeKee and Squirt and her dog named Sophie.
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Dr. Kelly Sampson
Kelly grew up on a hobby farm in Minnesota. After college, she traveled through Central and South America prior to beginning vet school in London, England. She played rugby and really enjoyed her experiences there. She met her husband, who you may know as Dr. Joe, at ISU after transferring there half-way through veterinary school. She still loves to travel, but now they spend most of their time as a family doing short trips in the U.S. and going to their girls’ activities. The Sampson’s have two horses, two dogs, a pretty (but not-so-nice!) cat named Prim, and a goldfish.
Favorite evening treat: chocolate and red wine.
Favorite way to burn off steam: Crossfit