Dr. Warren Jones
DVM / Owner
Dr. Warren Jones has spent many years caring for our precious pet children. With over 30 years of experience, he pursued his dream of becoming a veterinarian by going to the University of Missouri, Columbia and Kansas State University. After completing his educational studies, Dr. Jones went on to serve in the United States Army as a veterinarian for 6 years. With his devotion to helping animals, he volunteered as the Consulting Veterinarian for the United Animal Nations working with people and animals in disaster situations such as the great floods in Texas and other disaster situations. He worked closely with many animal groups in the Kansas City area providing services, educational meetings, and disaster planning in the community after the flood of 93′.
Dr. Jones has won many awards for his service with animals and community involvement. He has been recognized by the National Animal Control Association for his achievements and awarded the Park Hill School District Business Owner Volunteer Award. He has served as President for the Kansas City Veterinary Medical Association and is currently a member. He continues to support local animal assistance groups with veterinary care and sponsoring events to fund the effort of animal rescue. As a husband and father of 3 boys, he coaches baseball in the spring season and very much enjoys the days he spends with his family fishing, boating and having fun. Though very much devoted to his family, his devotion to animals is truly a heartfelt passion.
Dr. Molly Ebinger
Dr. Molly Ebinger is a North Kansas City native who completed both her undergraduate and veterinary education at the University of Missouri -Columbia. She is passionate about all aspects of wellness care for our companion animals with a special interest in dentistry, preventative care, and cardiology. Dr. Ebinger and her husband have three rescued furbabies including a Blue Heeler mix named Bow, an Aussie mix named Archer, and a grey tabby cat named Murray. In her free time, she enjoys sailing at Smithville lake and cheering on Sporting Kansas City at Sporting Park.
Dr. Lindsey Perkins
Dr. Perkins was born and raised in Olathe, Kansas and graduated from Olathe North High School. She attended Kansas State University where she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Science in 2012 and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2016. Dr. Perkins previously worked in Atchison, Kansas as a mixed animal practitioner.
Dr. Perkins enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine but has special interests in preventative care and surgery. Dr. Perkins and her husband have two spoiled Australian Shepherds, Maelee and Chesney. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, camping, biking, working out, and spending time with her family and friends.
Dr. Adam Bisges
Dr. Adam Bisges was born and raised in Jefferson City, Missouri. He graduated from the University of Missouri with a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology in 2010. He spent an adventurous time in Oregon as a wildland firefighter and also worked outside of Denali National Park in Alaska.
Dr. Bisges graduated from the University of Missouri School of Veterinary Medicine in 2017. To further his training, he spent a year in Tucson, Arizona, completing a small animal rotating internship at Veterinary Specialty Center of Tucson. His primary clinical interest is in surgery.
When not helping animals in need, Dr. Bisges enjoys traveling out west, fishing, hiking, and spending time with friends, family, and his three beloved dogs.
Dr. Andrea Nowak
Dr. Nowak is our MOVES™ veterinary surgery partner, available to perform advanced soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries at Shoal Creek Animal Hospital. Dr. Nowak earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Ross University in 2004. After completing her clinical training in Tucson, AZ, Dr. Nowak continued working as an Emergency Doctor in Tucson for several years. Dr. Nowak returned to the Midwest and completed a small animal surgery residency at Mission MedVet in Mission, KS. Prior to beginning her mobile surgery practice in the spring of 2019, she worked as a staff veterinarian in the surgery department at referral hospitals in St. Louis and Kansas City. In her free time, Dr. Nowak enjoys traveling with her husband and two children. She has three dogs, two cats and a yard full of chickens.
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