400 Elm St., Millersburg, IN 46543

Meet Our Veterinary Team

Paul W. Webb, D.V.M.

Dr. Webb was raised on a small dairy farm in Sidney, Ohio and was a 10 year 4-H member, graduating from Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1974 and opening Millersburg Animal Clinic in 1975. He has a bachelor’s degree in Dairy Science and owns a Standard Bred breeding farm and boarding facility. His favorite animals are horses and cattle and his favorite past times include watching horse races and spending time with his grandchildren.

Katie Shull, D.V.M.

Kelly grew up riding and showing horses and was a 10 year 4-H member in Noble County. After graduating from East Noble High School in 2007, she pursued a Biology degree at Indiana Wesleyan University and graduated in 2011. Her veterinary degree was obtained at The Ohio State University in 2015. Dr. Shull has practiced small and mixed animal in Ohio, Indiana, and Florida. Her interests include surgery, ophthalmology, and acupuncture. In 2019, she attended the Chi University to gain her certification in small animal acupuncture. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, gardening, and painting.

Ashley Vander Wey, D.V.M.

Dr. Vander Wey was a 10-year Elkhart County 4H member participated in the Beef and Swine Clubs. She graduated from Purdue University in 2011 with a major in Animal Science and minors in Biological Science and Spanish and graduated from Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2015. She has enjoyed working in mixed animal practice since then and joined MAC in the fall of 2020. Her professional interests include ophthalmology, small ruminant medicine and palliative/hospice care. She and her husband, Tory, have 3 children and enjoy spending their free time at ball games, livestock shows and other school events. They share their hobby farm with a menagerie of creatures, including 6 dogs, a bearded dragon, 2 Hereford cows, sheep, a donkey, 2 horses and many chickens/ducks.

Recent Blog Posts

Often Overlooked Summer Safety Hazards

Pull out the sunglasses, ball caps, and flip-flops! Summer is in full swing. For pet owners, summer offers some of the most exciting activities to keep pets active and elated. Unfortunately, this lovely season also comes along with some less-than-fun hazards that can put a real damper on the joy of summer. While you may know not to leave your pet in the car, there are some other overlooked dangers that arise under the summer sun. Keep your pet safe by avoiding these summertime hazards:

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5 Tips to Help Your Pet Adjust to Your Back to Work Schedule

It's back to work for many of us that were working from home. But what does it mean for our pets? Amidst the pandemic, our pets became accustomed to us being home for them nearly 24/7. This can make for a ruff transition for pets and their people, leading to increased cases of separation anxiety, behavior issues, and just general boredom for pets. We want to give you five tips on how to make the adjustment process easier

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Booms, Zooms, and Commotion-Free Rooms

As summer approaches, so do the booms, blasts, and excitement that come along with this commotion-filled season. From thunderstorms to the Fourth of July, pets experience an array of experiences that can bring out their anxiety. Preparing for the noise, hustle and bustle, and celebrations can reduce your pet’s stress and prevent young pets from trauma that could lead to life-long fears. Unsure how you can prep for booms and blasts? Here are our top tips for helping your pet through the summer celebrations and downpours.

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Specializing in Quality Pet Care

 

Millersburg Animal Clinic has been serving the Elkhart, Lagrange and Noble counties with quality pet care for nearly 45 years!