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Meet the friendly staff at Clay Center Critter Care!

  • Dr. Susan Rohrer

    Dr. Rohrer was born and raised in Texas. She graduated from high school in Houston. Her alma mater is Texas A&M from which she holds three degrees. Dr. Rohrer graduated from veterinary school in 1992. While a student at Texas A&M, she met her husband - Gary. Gary grew up in Illinois but moved to Texas to attend A&M for his masters and Ph.D. Gary’s employment brought the couple to Nebraska in 1991.

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  • Carmen
    Licensed Veterinary Technician/Office manager

    Carmen began her career with Critter Care before she even left high school. Carmen’s Girl Scout Gold award helped Dr. Rohrer open Critter Care in 1995. Realizing her love for animals, Carmen went on to graduate from Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture in Curtis, NE in 2000. With her Associates Degree in Veterinary Technology and a minor in business, Carmen not only is a Vet Tech, but she is also the clinic’s office manager.

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  • Tina

    Tina has been with Critter Care since May 2015. Before she became Critter Care's receptionist, she was a client since 2002. She was born and raised in Nebraska. She is active in the community: HART Legacy, Community Club, and American Legion Auxiliary. She is Clay Center’s community correspondent for the Clay County News and she is a Young Living Essential Oils Distributor.

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  • Honey

    Honey is the calico matriarch of the clinic. She was adopted from Heartland Pet Connection in 2006.

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  • Huckleberry

    Huckleberry came to Critter Care in 2006 as a kitten. He is our pretty grey longhaired boy. Many clients will never see him – he is shy of people and loud noises. For the staff, Huckleberry is very needy.

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  • Tipsy

    Tipsy is our greeter. So far she has never met a stranger. Therefore, many clients have met her. In 2010, she was just 1.8# and very sick. Today, she is a sleek black kitty tipping the scale at 8.7#!

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