Mike R. Williams, DVM
Dr. Mike Williams originally hails from Ozark, MO, a small town near Springfield, MO in the Ozarks.
He attended Oklahoma State University and graduated in 2000 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Physiology and a Bachelor’s of Science in Zoology. His original plans were to work toward a PhD in Physiology after graduation. During his last year of undergraduate coursework, he spent time at the OSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital and fell in love with medicine. Dr. Williams attended the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 2004. His special interest is surgery, both soft tissue and orthopedic. He can often be found in the surgery room.
He lives with his wife, Dr. Theno, their 2 daughters, 1 dog, and 4 cats. His favorite hobby is restoring muscle cars, and he owns a 1970 Monte Carlo, 1968 Buick GS, and two 1969 Buick Stage 1.
Years in practice: 7
Education: Oklahoma State University, University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine
Interests: Soft tissue and orthopedic surgery
Angalyn D. Theno, DVM
A native of Kansas City, Dr. Theno attended the University of Missouri – Columbia for her undergraduate coursework in Animal Science.
While attending veterinary college, Dr. Theno observed veterinary clinics in Missouri and Colorado. She graduated from the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine in 2006. She practiced in Bowling Green, MO where she worked on cattle, horses, dogs, cats and a Patagonian Cavy before moving to Kentucky.
Dr. Theno and Dr. Mike Williams were married on August 31, 2008. They live outside of Brandenburg with their 2 daughters, 1 dog, and 4 cats.
Years in practice: 7
Education: University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine
Donna plays two roles in our hospital, a doctor’s assistant and receptionist.
She can be found at the receptionist desk greeting clients with her smiling face and sense of humor, or in exam rooms cuddling patients as she assists our doctors.
Donna resides in Brandenburg with her husband, 4 children, 8 grandchildren, 1 cat.
Years in practice: 16
Glo has been with the hospital for over 10 years as the office manager.
When she isn’t taking care of the business side of the practice, she enjoys assisting our doctors with patient care.
She lives in Meade County with her husband, goats, miniature horses, chickens, rabbits, dogs, and cats on her farm.
Years in practice: 22
Ashley Stayton, LVT
Ashley started her career at MCVH as a veterinary technician extern.
She was so wonderful that we couldn’t let her go! She recently passed her licensing boards and is now a full veterinary technician. Ashley calls Brandenburg home with her fiancé, two kids, two cats and two dogs.
Years in practice: 5
Pebbles joined the clinic in late 2004 after being found injured on Rock Ridge Road, hence the name Pebbles.
Her tail had to be amputated due to trauma, but it would be dangerous if she had one as she wags it like a dog. She can be found at the front desk greeting clients or in their laps for extra attention!
Years in practice: 12
Candice is our clinic cat that is a poster child for a weight loss program. She joined the clinic in 2005 as a kitten from the Meade County Animal Shelter.
Candice can be found in the window, in the file folders, or in the treatment area in her chair or playing with toy mice. She has a special bond with Dr. Williams and will come when he calls her. She also enjoys helping the staff in the break room eat lunch!
Years in practice: 11