Brock W. Exline, DVM
Dr. Exline grew up in Salina, Kansas and graduated from Kansas State Veterinary School in 1992. He worked for a short time in Greeley, Colorado, before moving to Little Rock, Arkansas, where he worked with a board-certified neurologist and internist at a general small animal and referral practice. He moved to Kansas City and joined Kansas City Veterinary Care in 1998.
Paul Diehl, DVM
Dr. Diehl is a Kansas City native who began working at Kansas City Veterinary Care nearly twenty years ago as a kennel attendant under the guidance of Dr. Hecker. He then progressed to working in the capacity as a veterinary technician assistant before heading off to veterinary school when he finished his undergraduate degree at Rockhurst University. Upon completing veterinary school and receiving his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2007 he moved back to Kansas City where he began working as a veterinarian at Kansas City Veterinary Care.
Corey A. Entriken, DVM
Dr. Entriken was born in Wichita, Kansas. He attended Kansas Newman College and Kansas State University for his undergraduate studies. Dr. Entriken graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University in 1992. He initially worked and learned at a surgical referral and veterinary practice in Moline, Illinois. From 1994 to 2010 he was a staff member of a large, high volume veterinary practice in north Kansas City. He enjoys the challenge of medical and surgical practice for multiple exotic animal species in addition to his canine and feline patients.
Gonzalo Erdozain, DVM
Dr. Erdozain graduated from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. Dr. Erdozain was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and grew up in Asunción, Paraguay. Before attending veterinary school, he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Digital Arts from Kansas State University and worked as a graphic designer for 5 years. Because of his interest in, and passion for animal healthcare, he also asked to shadow the doctors at Kansas City Veterinary Care on the weekends. Not long thereafter, KCVC hired him as a veterinary assistant, and he continued in this role during his four years in veterinary school.
Sarah Kirkwood, DVM
Dr. Sarah Kirkwood has always had a passion for animals, and at a young age knew she wanted to become a veterinarian. She grew up in the Kansas City area, attending Shawnee Mission East High School. During high school she worked at a veterinary clinic in the area and grew her love for veterinary medicine. Following high school she attended Kansas State University where she studied Animal Science. Over the summers, she worked at Kansas City Veterinary Care as a veterinary assistant. After earning her Bachelors in Animal Science she pursued veterinary medicine at Kansas State and graduated with her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 2016.