DR. WENDY NOLL
Veterinarian - Prairie Village/Leawood Location
Dr. Wendy Noll is a Kansas City native who earned her BS and DVM degrees from the University of Missouri-Columbia. She has over 25 years of experience in the veterinary field primarily as a clinician in the Kansas City area.
After graduating from veterinary school, she worked as an associate doctor before owning her small animal clinic in Merriam, KS where she practiced for 12 years. After selling the practice, she played many roles including relief doctor, surgeon for a local spay/neuter organization and associate doctor for a veterinary hospital at a large boarding/day care/grooming facility.
Her professional interests include Fear Free® techniques, dentistry and ultrasonography. As a leader she enjoys building a caring team that can deliver a great experience for pets and their families.
Dr. Noll has been married for over 30 years to Pete, a computer professional. She has two children, Cooper, a data analyst in the Texas energy sector and Katy, a certified family therapist living in Minnesota. Her current pet family members include two rescue dogs: Ace, a breeding mill Pekeapoo that lost an eye as a puppy and Zelda, a Chinese Crested mix that was removed from a hoarding home. Both dogs are living happy lives with their family in Kansas City.
Practice Manager - Prairie Village/Leawood Location
Casey Foulk currently resides outside the southern Kansas City area with her son, Memphis, and two dogs, a Chihuahua mix, Jack, Labrador mix, Gus, and a cat, Sheri. Her free time is spent with them and working on DIY projects. She has over 18 years of experience in the veterinary field ranging from large animal medicine, general practice, emergency, and specialty medicine.
She received her bachelor's degree in Communications from Park University in 2006, Veterinary technician Degree from Maplewood Community College in 2014, and is currently working towards her MBA through Southern New Hampshire University.
She has a passion in following advancements in animal medicine, advocating animal health, and creating a safe, loving environment for every pet. Her hope for our clinic is to create a strong bond between pet parents, doctors, and staff to provide quality care.