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Dr. Scott Randolph’s Bio:
Dr. Scott Randolph is a native of Sterling, Kansas. He received his DVM degree from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1997 and moved back to Sterling immediately thereafter to practice at Ark Veterinary Clinic with his father, Dr. Delvin Randolph. His sister joined the practice three years later in 2000, and when their father passed away in 2007, they took over the practice. Practicing in a rural community, Dr. Scott has developed expertise in food animal, equine, and small animal medicine and surgery and is well known for his work with large animal exotics. Dr. Scott lives in Sterling (less than 100 yards from the clinic) with his wife Kristin, and their four children: Harrison, Addisyn, Jolie, and Quentin. They also have eight pet children: Ginger (rescued schnauzer mix), Abby (rescued Llaso mix), Jack Jack (rescued DSH), Ash (Himalayan), Wendy (a rescued quarter horse), and three goats (Joy, Jewels, and Jake).
Dr. Debra Randolph-Zwick’s Bio:
Debra grew up in Sterling, Kansas spending many a day watching her father, “Doc” Randolph, run the Ark Veterinary Clinic and her mother, Barbara, work in the office. She new at an early age working with animals was her calling, so after attending Sterling College, she graduated with a DVM in 2000 from Kansas State University. After graduation, Dr. Debra returned to Sterling to work at the family owned practice. In 2005, she married Andy and moved to the country where he farms and ranches. She and her brother, Dr. Scott Randolph, inherited the Ark Veterinary Clinic in 2007 and bought the Lyons Veterinary Clinic in 2010. Dr. Debra’s interests are in dogs, cats, and pocket pets. She and her husband have rescued/adopted 3 house dogs, 8 house cats and 15 outside/garage cats. Dr. Debra spends most of her free time working with the impounded animals of the area re-homing them via adoption or rescue.
Dr. Stacy L. Rugan's Bio:
Stacy grew up on her family's dairy farm south of Centralia, KS. Caring for animals on the farm sparked Stacy's interest in veterinary medicine. Stacy attended Kansas State University where she received a Bachelor degree in Agricultural Economics and a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. After graduating in May of 2014, she joined the Lyons Veterinary Clinic team. She is excited to be a part of a mixed animal practice. She lives in Lyons with her husband, Jason. They enjoy spending time with family, friends, and traveling together. Jason and Stacy have two dogs, Rome and Dexter.
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