Dr. Garrett Stewart

Dr. Garrett Stewart grew up in Washington County and was very actively showing livestock in 4H and FFA at both the state and national levels. Dr. Stewart has been with Washington Veterinary Clinic since 2011. He is no stranger to the club calf business and brings 15+ years of cow/calf production experience to the table. Garrett specializes in embryo transfer and reproductive management work and offers both InVitro and conventional flushing technologies. Garrett graduated from Kansas State University with a Bachelor in Animal Science in 2006. Before acceptance to Veterinary School he worked heavily in swine medicine for Elanco Animal Health, Smithfield Foods and Tyson Foods. He completed his DVM from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2011, preparing him for an extensive career in mixed animal medicine. Dr. Garrett and his wife, Stevie, were recently married and reside in Washington, KS with their 5 dogs, 2 cats, 2 goats, 3 horses and mini donkey. In their spare time they enjoy hunting, fishing, traveling, K-State football and cooking. Dr. Garrett looks forward to serving you and helping with both your small and large animal veterinary needs!

Dr. Chase Reed

Dr. Chase ReedDr. Chase Reed grew up on a commercial cow-calf operation in south central Kansas and is no stranger to the demands of practicing in rural America. He was active in 4-H and FFA and worked for the local veterinary practice in his hometown of Winfield, KS as a youth. He participated in collegiate livestock judging at Butler Community College and as a member of the 2010 National Champion Livestock Judging Team at Oklahoma State University. Chase taught Animal Science and Ag Econ while coaching junior college livestock judging teams in Oklahoma at Redlands Community College and Connors State College while concurrently obtaining a Master’s Degree in Animal Science at Missouri State University. He earned his DVM from Kansas State University in May of 2018 and is excited to practice as a mixed animal practitioner in rural Kansas. His special interests are in beef cattle medicine, surgery, and herd health. He hopes to concentrate on developing herd level production solutions while remaining committed to a high standard of compassionate care for individual pets and livestock. Chase, his wife Emma, and their pup Meadow hope to one day raise a family and grow their cowherd.

Sydney Goertzen RVT

Sydney grew up in a small community in Polk, Nebraska where she spent her childhood on the farm.  She participated in 4-H and FFA showing horses and chickens before attending Northeast Community College in Norfolk, Nebraska.  While enrolled in college she showed Black and Tan Coonhounds and became a member of the Black and Tan Coonhound Association.  Sydney graduated in 2017 with an Applied Associates Degree in Veterinary Technology and joined the Washington Veterinary Clinic team in 2018.  In her free time Sydney enjoys horseback riding, roping, the outdoors and spending time with her two dogs Delta and Concho.