Meet the Doctors
Dr. Jay Whittle
Dr. Whittle loves all aspects of Veterinary Medicine, but he especially enjoys surgery. He has been doing ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) repairs for years as well as many other surgeries. Dental surgical extractions, medial patellar luxations, splenectomies, intestinal surgery (dogs and cats eat a lot of weird stuff) and urinary bladder surgery are just a few of his favorite procedures, and he enjoys continuing to learn from each case.
Dr. Whittle’s time off is spent with his wife Jane and their three teenagers Olivia, Dolan, and Cecilia. His family has inherited his passion for animals, and they share their home with their two dogs (Atticus Finch and Ricky Ricardo), two cats (Scout and Boo Radley), a bearded dragon (Flames), half a dozen dart frogs and a Pac Man frog, fish, and 2 bee hives.
Dr. Whittle has built a successful practice by treating his patients and their humans with compassion and a well known bedside manner. A constant desire to learn keeps him current with the advances in veterinary medicine. He may be an “old school” vet, but the new school therapies and treatments have their place at Mill Creek too.
Welcome Dr. Abigail Roeters.
Dr. Roeters will be joining our practice in March. There are many things that impressed me about Dr. Roeters when I was interviewing, and I am confident that the Mill Creek Animal Clinic family will find her just as impressive. As you know, compassion as well as knowledge are critical, and I believe Dr. Roeters is going to be a perfect addition to our practice. Dr. Roeters has been working in a high volume 24 hour practice for the past couple years. While the schedule here at Mill Creek may not be as rigorous, her considerable experience will benefit all of our patients Her professional interests include canine rehabilitation, internal medicine and she has a strong interest in someday adding acupuncture to her skills (she will be working on becoming certified as soon as possible). Dr. Roeters has already completed her Fear Free Certification! Dr. Roeters received her B.S. in Biology from Eastern Illinois University and her DVM from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. She hails from the southwest suburbs of Chicago and enjoys her free time traveling and spending time with family and friends as well as her rescue dog Lemon. I know she will be a wonderful asset to this practice. I know that the patients of Mill Creek will be eager to give her a big lick on the face when they meet her.