Caring Professionals with Four Locations to Better Serve You
Established as a clinic since 1964, Dr. Chad Kerr, along with his brother Dr. Brock Kerr, purchased Dodge City Veterinary Clinic in 2001 from Dr. Champlin. Family-owned and locally operated, our clinic is the solution to your pet's health care needs.
Specializing in complex veterinary procedures and gladly accepting patient referrals for complex medical cases, our team strives to provide you with comprehensive care options for companion pets, large animals, equines and even exotic animals.
Dr. Chad Kerr is co-owner of Dodge City Veterinary Clinic in Dodge City, Kansas. Dr. Kerr received his Masters of Science and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Kansas State University in 1997. He moved to Independence, Kansas as an associate veterinarian for the Independence Animal Hospital until the summer of 2000.
Brothers, Dr. Chad and Dr. Brock, both moved to Pratt, Kansas and worked briefly at Eubank Veterinary Hospital. In the fall of 2000, an opportunity opened up to move to Dodge City, Kansas and work with his brother to purchase Dodge City Veterinary Clinic from Dr. Bruce Champlin. In the spring of 2001, Dr. Chad became co-owner of the Dodge City Veterinary Clinic.
Dr. Chad grew up in Iola, Kansas and graduate from Iola High School in 1990. Dr. Chad attended Kansas State University where he met his wife, Cherie, while in veterinary school. They were married in the summer of 1998. They have two boys, Cayden, born in 2001, and Chance, born in 2004. The boys are very active in 4-H, sports, and enjoy helping dad out at the clinic. Nikki (American Eskimo), Shadow (Black Lab), and Pebbles (Silky) round out the rest of the Kerr family.
Dr. Brock Kerr graduated from Kansas State University Veterinary School in 2000. He purchased the Dodge City Veterinary Clinic in 2001 along with his brother, Dr. Chad Kerr. Dr. Brock specializes in Small Animal Orthopedics, Cow / Calf Herd Management and Equine Theriogenology.
He enjoys raising livestock with his three children, Briggs, Brooklynn, Braxton and his wife, Brandi. He has four dogs, Chloe and Camo(dachshunds), Suzie(Chihuahua), and Marley(Rottweiler/Great Dane Mix). His hobbies include traveling to livestock shows with his family and working on his farm with swine and cattle.
Amanda May grew up South of Offerle, Kansas. She attended undergraduate and veterinary school at Kansas State University and graduated 2010. Following graduation, she returned to Western Kansas and has been practicing here since. Dr. May specializes in exotic and small animal internal medicine.
She lives on her family’s farm south of Offerle, with her husband, Jeremy and son, Colt. Hobbies include gardening, sewing, and baking. They have a small cow/calf herd, a herd of barncats, and two dogs, Alli (English Mastiff Mix), and Riley(Chocolate Labrador Retriever).
Teresa Konrade began her career at Dodge City Veterinary Clinic in 1983 as a part time receptionist. She moved to Dodge City from Lakin, KS where she was born and raised. She attended school at Lakin and also Garden City Community College.
Teresa married Louie Konrade in 1987 and they have two grown children. Carson will graduate from college in August with degrees in Health and Human Performance, Exercise Science, and Physical Therapy Assistance. Breanna received her CNA License from Dodge City Community College and is working at an Assisted Living facility in Pratt, KS. We have had many pets over the years, but are currently down to just one cat. I enjoy my job as an office manager and have met many nice people over the years that have become close friends.