Meet our veterinary care teams in Bentonville and Rogers
Our team is made up of talented Veterinarians, Certified Veterinary Technicians, Veterinary Nurses and Assistants, Ward Nurses, and Client Care Representatives – all here to serve you by caring for your family pets.
Please call us at 479-273-9299 (Bentonville) or 479-202-4886 (Rogers) to speak to one of our caring veterinary staff members!
Dr. Wayne R. Wolfenkoehler (Dr. Wolf)
Dr. Wolfenkoehler (better known as “Dr. Wolf”) established All Pets Animal Hospital in 1990 after gaining experience in a mixed-animal practice in the area. He is the oldest of five children in an Air Force family who moved all over the world. After settling in Oklahoma City as a high school senior, he attended Oklahoma State University School of Veterinary Medicine, graduating in 1986. A love for animals and a strong aptitude for science came together in the 6th grade and from that point forward his career plans were set! He and his wife, Lorrie, have two grown daughters. When he’s not at the clinic or working in the yard, you’ll probably find him at the gun range. He’s not a hunter, but he’s a pretty good target shooter!
Dr. Curtis Campbell
Dr. Campbell is a 1988 graduate of Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine. He worked in a mixed-animal practice in southern Missouri until 1995 when he joined All Pets Animal Hospital. He and his wife, Karen, are both Bentonville High School graduates. They have two grown children, one dog and two cats. Dr. Campbell spends much of his spare time in preparation for leading the weekly music for the Children’s Ministry at his church. He plays guitar, is a wood-worker and the resident computer expert.
Dr. Brad Dible
Dr. Dible joined All Pets Animal Hospital in July, 2013. A native of northwest Arkansas and graduate of Rogers High School, Dr. Dible went on to the University of Missouri in Columbia to receive his Bachelors of Science in Animal Science and his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. After graduating from vet school, Dr. Dible worked at a mixed animal practice in the St. Louis area where he took a particular interest in surgery and internal medicine. In 2017, Dr. Dible became part-owner of All Pets Animal Hospital and the Medical Director of our Rogers hospital. In his free time, Dr. Dible enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife, Toby, their two children, and their two adopted dogs, Buck and Hanley.
Dr. Jessica May
Dr. May joined All Pets Animal Hospital in September, 2014. She is a native Texan, but attended Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas for her undergraduate education. Dr. May then traveled to Michigan State University to earn her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine and moved to northwest Arkansas shortly after graduating. She practiced as a small animal veterinarian in Rogers for two years then made the move to Bentonville. Dr. May enjoys outdoor activities with her husband Nicholas, their son, and their dog, Wilco. They also love to take advantage of the beauty of northwest Arkansas with frequent camping trips.
Dr. Kendall Madson
Dr. Madson joined the All Pets team in June, 2016. Native to the area, she graduated from Rogers High School and went on to receive a Bachelors of Science in Animal Science from the University of Arkansas. She then earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Missouri (Mizzou). Dr. Madson has a special interest in surgery, dentistry, and community outreach. She enjoys spending her free time outdoors hiking, camping, and boating with her husband, Kevin, and her rescue dog, Ellie.
Dr. Claire Gililland
Dr. Gililland joined the All Pets family in May 2018. She is originally from Little Rock, Arkansas. She received her Bachelor of Science in Animal Science from the University of Arkansas then earned her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Missouri. Dr. Gililland has a strong interest in surgery and community outreach. In her free time, she enjoys playing soccer and spending time outdoors with her husband, Dylan, and their dogs, Mia and Margot.
Dr. Lauren McKinstry
Dr. Lauren McKinstry began her career in veterinary medicine in 2010 as a Receptionist and Veterinary Assistant in her hometown veterinary clinic in Russellville, Arkansas. In 2013 she graduated from Arkansas Tech and went on to the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Veterinary Medicine, graduating in the top 1/3 of her class. Since earning her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2017 she has been practicing in Las Vegas, NV in a busy, multi-doctor practice. Dr. McKinstry, her husband and young son relocated back to Arkansas in January, 2019 when she joined our practice. Their family also includes two dogs- Bella and Finnegan, and two cats- Benny and Mika.
Dr. John Lazenby
Dr. John Lazenby joined our team in 2020. He was born and raised in Joplin, Missouri and first developed an interest in animals as a young child participating in the local 4-H and showing his pets in the county fair. He always had a passion for science, and that combined with his interest in animals made veterinary medicine an easy career choice. He attended the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 2017. Afterward, he worked at a large veterinary clinic in Las Vegas before deciding to move to Arkansas to be closer to family.
Dr. Lazenby’s veterinary interests include ultrasound and soft tissue surgery. Outside of work he enjoys fishing, backpacking, and playing tennis. He and his girlfriend, Alena, have three dogs, Sawyer, Molly, and Shadow.
Lorrie’s business degree from the University of Arkansas and 8 years experience in management at the Sam’s Club division of Walmart helped prepare her for managing the business side of a veterinary practice. Her expertise in the business office allows the veterinarians to delegate the practice management and business functions to her, and focus on their first love – giving undivided attention to the animals. She divides her work-week with responsibilities from both the Bentonville and Rogers clinics. At home, she and Dr. Wolf stay busy with their two grown daughters, two horses, two cats, two dogs, and 12 chickens.
Traci spent the last 15 years at a large veterinary hospital in the Dallas area where she served most recently as the Operations Manager. After her relocation to northwest Arkansas, she joined our hospital in 2015 in a management capacity. Traci has been in the veterinary profession since she was 18 years old – working in nearly every part of a hospital – as a kennel attendant, receptionist, nurse assistant, trauma nurse, customer service representative, and more. She now uses her experience as the Practice Manager of the Bentonville hospital.
Certified Veterinary Technician / Nurse Supervisor
Kailee has been a CVT since 2014, graduating with her degree in Veterinary Technology from Arkansas State University. She joined us in 2018 with a tremendous base of knowledge and experience. She is passionate about client and patient care, and has completed her Fear-Free training certification. She is active on our Event team and currently serves as the Nurse Supervisor of our Bentonville hospital.
Trisha is a 2014 graduate of Crowder College’s Veterinary Technology program and we snatched her up before she even got her diploma. She was an officer in the college Vet Tech Club, appeared on the Dean’s list and passed her national certification summer, 2014. Trisha is quiet and business-like at work but we hear she can be pretty aggressive on the softball field! Trisha currently serves as the Nurse Supervisor in our Rogers hospital and in her spare time is the active in our local chapter of the Arkansas Veterinary Technicians Association. And…Trisha was selected as the Arkansas Veterinary Technician of the Year for 2019!
Certified Veterinary Technicians
Caryl is a Certified Veterinary Technician and has been in the veterinary field since 2001 and with us since 2006. She earned her Associate of Applied Science in Veterinary Technology in 2004 through the Tulsa Community College program, appearing on the Dean’s list all semesters. She is the past President of the NW Arkansas Veterinary Technician Association and has also served as the Nurse Supervisor of All Pets Animal Hospital. She’s recently returned to college full-time to pursue her Masters in Psychology and voluntarily stepped down from Supervisory responsibilities. She’s a wife, a mom, and the doting owner of 3 dogs, 5 cats, 4 horses and 2 chickens! She’s conscientious, kind, full of laughter and a leader on our awesome team of nurses.
Winner: Best laugh at All Pets!
Ria is a Certified Veterinary Technician who has been with us since 2007. Ria was one of the first graduates of the Crowder College Veterinary Technology program, completing the program in May 2007 and earning her national certification. In addition to her education and internship experience, she also spent 7 years on a farm helping produce organic beef, chicken, eggs and pork. Conscientious and kind, Ria is a fun, outgoing young woman whose character is also rock solid.
Aurora and her family moved to Arkansas in 2015 from Colorado, where she was a Senior Veterinary Technician for 5 years. She has an additional license in Canine Massage Therapy, which we plan to put to full use! Aurora is passionate about providing the best in veterinary care for every patient she cares for. She’s also a fitness enthusiast and sometimes teaches classes at the gym.
Nastasia has worked with us since 2016 when she joined us as a high school student enrolled in the Veterinary Assisting apprenticeship program. In 2020 she graduated from Crowder College as the Outstanding graduate in the Veterinary Technology department. Outstanding is an apt description for Nastasia. She is just that.
Karina graduated from Arkansas State University with her degree in Veterinary Technology and earned her CVT license in 2015, four years after she entered the veterinary medicine field. She was six years old when she decided she wanted to work with animals and never changed her mind. In her spare time she plays guitar and spends some time at the archery range. She’s also passionate about wildlife conservation and has been involved in wildlife rescues. Karina has been with us since 2018.
While Hailey was a student in the Crowder College Veterinary Technology program, she joined us part-time in 2017 to gain real-world experience. When she graduated in 2018 and passed her national Boards, she joined us full-time as a Veterinary Technician. She’s blessed with natural compassion, organization, and intellectual curiosity, which make her excellent in her chosen profession.
Kai has been working in veterinary hospitals since the age of 16, when she began as a kennel attendant. She has worked in general practice, emergency practice, and has gained experience in virtually all departments within a veterinary hospital. In 2014 she earned her degree in Veterinary Technology and passed her national boards as a Registered Veterinary Technician. She recently moved to NW Arkansas from Kansas to be closer to family. She is married with one son and enjoys the lake and outdoor life.
Melissa joined our team in 2019. She has worked in veterinary medicine since 2015 and earned her license in 2019. She and her husband moved to NW Arkansas to be closer to family. In her spare time she loves to cook and bake, and also dabbles in crafting.
In 2018, Jen made an abrupt career change. After spending 19 years as a professional musician (viola) and music teacher, she was accepted into the Crowder College Veterinary Technology and worked for us part-time. Now that she is a graduate of the program, she’s with us full-time. Jen enjoys hiking the NWA trails, reading, yoga, and spending time with her cat, Duncan.
Rachel is a native of this area, growing up on a local farm. She joined us in 2005 with extensive experience with all sorts of animals. Rachel has a particular interest in small exotics and has been our go-to Nurse when clients have questions regarding home-care for their reptiles, snakes, and pocket pets for many years. She has served in many capacities in our hospital: Kennel, Client Care Representative, Veterinary Nurse. She is currently one of two dedicated Laboratory Nurses in our Bentonville hospital where she is responsible for processing lab samples from patients and forwarding her interpretations on to the Doctors.
Brooke joined us in 2015 but has been in the veterinary profession since 2012. Besides her strong technical skills, Brooke’s greatest asset may be her ability to connect with people over a shared passion – their pets. She’s great at sharing knowledge and information and you’ll know instantly she has your pet’s best interest at heart.
We couldn’t be more pleased to have Michael on our team. He’s an Eagle Scout and a former military MP with two deployments to Afghanistan. He’s a hard-working, disciplined guy, but kind and gentle with our patients and their owners. Michael joined us in 2012 and is such a valuable member of our veterinary nursing team. You could not ask for a more conscientious care-giver for your pets.
Veterinary Nurse Assistants
Kelsey earned her Bachelor of Science in Animal Science degree from the University of Arkansas and joined us in 2014 as a Ward Nurse. Since that time she applied herself to learning more advanced nursing duties and earned her place as a Veterinary Nurse Assistant. Her enthusiasm and aptitude are obvious and she is such a quick study. Kelsey currently work with us on the weekends and is a full-time wife and Mom during the rest of the week. We couldn’t be happier to have Kelsey on our team.
Sam originally joined us in early 2017 after graduating with her Bachelor’s in Animal Science from the University of Arkansas. She thrived in every department we asked her to train in and has settled in beautifully as a member of our Nursing Team. She is energetic, enthusiastic, and extremely capable.
Haley Jay started working with animals as a Humane Society volunteer as a teenager. She earned her Veterinary Assisting license in 2018 and joined us after a year’s practical experience in 2019. She comes from a close-knit family whose only drawback is that they’re die-hard Kentucky basketball fans. (just kidding!)
Serenity has been in Arkansas since 2017 and at that time entered veterinary medicine, although she has been volunteering at animal shelters since 2014. Serenity graduated high school at the age of 16 and is currently enrolled in online college classes as she pursues her Veterinary Technology degree. She has an interest in photography and languages. She is conversationally fluent in 4 languages.
Agatha was born and raised in Lima, Peru, moving to the US in 2007 to pursue the American dream and continue her college education. She’s been working with animals since 2014 in veterinary practices in Florida and locally. She joined us in 2018 as a Veterinary Nurse Assistant, where her experience has been put to great use! She’s recently married, is active in her local church in a Christian band and is enjoying the blessings God has brought into her life both personally and professionally. Agatha’s kindness and generosity is evident, and her bi-lingual skills are helpful too!
Jazmin has been in the veterinary profession since 2014. Helping animals has been a passion since she was a young girl accompanying her Dad to the vet with their family dog. She has a particular interest in eco-friendly living and spends much of her spare time cultivating her own garden.
Ward Nurse Supervisor
Deanna joined us in 2016 us as a Ward Nurse having spent two years as a Kennel Manager in another veterinary hospital. She’s a natural at reading pet behavior and experienced at attending to their needs. She’s good with pets, good with details, and a trustworthy caretaker for the animals on her watch. In addition to taking on the responsibilities of the Ward Nurse Supervisor, she also works as a Greeter and Exam Room Assistant. She’s sincere, kind, and dependable. Your pets will love her.
Melody’s unique qualifications include a B.S. in Biology/Zoology and 5 years’ experience as a zookeeper. Her varied background includes caring for South American native species, as well as husbandry and public education in a variety of domestic exotic animals. But she’s not just smart and experienced, she’s also kind and approachable. Melody serves as a Ward Nurse, Exam Room Checkout, Greeter, and Inventory and Replenishment clerk. Melody has been with us since 2017.
Becky first joined us in 2012 and was with us for four years. Life took her in a different direction for a little while but now she’s back and we couldn’t be happier! Becky will be with us on weekends doing a variety of jobs. She may be caring for your pets in our kennel, or she may be helping greet our guests or checking them out after services.
Ashten worked in veterinary medicine before joining us in 2019. She is drawn to caring for animals and does an excellent job of it. You’ll find Ashten working from our Rogers location in the Kennel.
Emily is recent graduate of Bentonville West High School. She worked with us as an Apprentice while she was a student and now contributes to our team in the kennel and as a Greeter.
Sky’s previous experience includes working at a local daycare and boarding facility. She’s interested in gaining more experience in a wider range of pet care in order to help them with their needs. Sky is a paintball enthusiast and enjoys spending time with her family, watching movies or reading her Bible
Brooklyn joined our hospital in 2020 after working two years at a local doggie daycare. She wanted to expand her knowledge of pet care to include the medical side of things and to make a career out of her passion. In her spare time, she explores local trails with her own dog.
Kenzie is a senior at Bentonville West High School and participates in the Veterinary Apprenticeship program through the Ag Ed department. After high school she plans to major in Ag Ed at Arkansas Tech. She got interested in veterinary medicine through the high school FFA vet science team. By working in the veterinary field she hopes to improve her knowledge so she can one day be able to teach students of her own.
Alexandra is a recent graduate of Bentonville West High School and works with us part-time while she attends NWACC. She was an Apprentice with us during high school and after becoming acquainted with many areas of the hospital now works as a Greeter, in our Kennel, and as an Inpatient Nurse Assistant.
Caity is a Bentonville High School senior. She is a part-time Apprentice with us in our Bentonville hospital. There, she’s gaining experience in the pet care field by working in our kennel, as a Greeter, and observing other areas of the hospital.
Seth is a Bentonville High School senior whose classwork has had an emphasis in animal science and veterinary science. His interest in animals and their well-being, combined with his aptitude in math has led him to choose veterinary medicine as his future profession. As an Apprentice with us he will learn pet care in our Kennel, by assisting our Nurses, and by observing our veterinarians in our Rogers hospital.
Client Care Representatives
Mary Beth has been at the front desk of All Pets Animal Hospital since 1994. She can tell you each client’s name, their pet’s name, their medical history, and probably what they had for breakfast! Her compassion for animals is legendary and she is indispensable as a patient and client advocate. You’ll never find a truer friend to you or your pet than Mary Beth.
(Ask Mary Beth about her brownies sometime.)
Nicole has been actively working in position where she interacts with pets on a daily basis – mostly in day care and boarding, but when she joined us in 2019, it was her first experience in a veterinary hospital. She and her husband have two mixed-breeds of their own and enjoy hiking together on the weekends. She’s also a photography buff.
Patty originally joined us in 2002. A move and a few grandchildren separated us for a while, but she’s back and we couldn’t be happier about it! She divides her time as a Client Care Representative and an Administrative Assistant. Patty’s tender heart is evident no matter what she’s working on.
Jessica grew up on a farm in Bentonville, where she first developed her love of animals. She’s been involved in fostering Australian Shepherds on their way to new homes but has only recently been employed in the animal care world. When Jessica is not working with us as a Client Care Representative, she is busy at home with her husband and two daughters.
Zach joined us after earning his Associates of computer Science degree from Pulaski Technical College where he was on the President’s List with a 4.00 GPA. After designing websites for a while, and working in the restaurant industry, he joined us as a Client Care Representative/Greeter/Exam room Checkout representative. He thrives on helping people and immediately began making a valuable contribution to our team.
Alyssa has been in veterinary care in California since 2015. When her family moved to Arkansas in 2019, she joined us. She’s an outdoor enthusiast, so she and The Natural State are a great fit. We could say that about our hospital as well.
Jade joined us in 2017 with 3 years’ experience as a Veterinary Nurse Assistant, but we’re using her more recent customer service skills as a Client Care Rep. She’s efficient and pays attention to the little things. You’ll like that.
Diane has been in NWA for over 30 years and has seen the area grow and change. She has two adult sons, two King Cavalier Spaniel dogs, and a Great Dane named Lincoln. She enjoys hiking and biking on our local trails as well as visiting museums, and seeing live music and plays. Diane joined us in 2019 after many years in the vendor community.
Vicky joined us in 1998 as a Receptionist and for 19 years, was directly involved in delivering exceptional client care. Recently though, she is more involved behind the scenes – particularly as our Comfort Care Coordinator, working with clients whose pets are dealing with serious chronic or acute conditions.