Meet Our Veterinarians & Staff
Dr. Kevin Kettler, DVM
Dr. Kevin Kettler has been passionate about the health and well-being of animals as long as he can remember. After graduating from veterinary school at Texas A&M University, Dr. Kettler completed an internship in Tennessee and two years of practice in Alvarado, TX before returning home to Dickinson.
Dr. Kettler is an active member of the Dickinson community. He enjoys backpacking, travel, woodworking, outdoor cooking, and his family life. Dr. Kettler and his lovely wife Jonna have 2 sons.
The Kettlers have Jess, a black lab mix, Riblett, an orange tabby and a small herd of cattle and a yard full of wildlife that they enjoy watching and feeding.
Dr. Lori Honeycutt, DVM
Dr. Honeycutt is, a proud graduate of both Dickinson High School and Texas A&M University, College of Veterinary Medicine. From the time she was a young girl, growing up in Dickinson, her passion was animals.
In her free time, Dr. Honeycutt loves working with wildlife rehabilitation, especially raccoons. She is married with three children, who also graduated from Dickinson High School and one beautiful grandbaby. Her oldest son graduated from the PTech program at COM and her daughter and youngest both graduated from Texas A&M where her son played football for the Aggies. She has a Rottweiler named Shug and 3 cats Dink, Stoney and Yeti.
Dr. Robin Scott, DVM ABVP, Avian Specialty
Dr. Scott has an incredible love for birds and exotic animals that sets her apart from many other veterinarians. She has dedicated her life to improving the lives and health of rare exotic animals.
Dr. Scott graduated from Louisiana State University, School of Veterinary Medicine in 1989, followed by an internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Texas A&M. After completing her residency in zoological medicine at University of California at Davis, Dr. Scott moved back to Texas. Dr. Scott has been in private practice since 1992. She was awarded Diplomate Status in the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners, Avian Practice Specialty in 1997.
At home, Dr. Scott owns parrots, tortoises, doves and a guinea pig. She enjoys caring for all pets including, dogs, cats, birds, small mammals and reptiles.
Dr. Kelly Jenkins, DVM
Dr. Jenkins graduated from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014 and her undergrad at Texas A&M in 2011. She is an Aggie at heart and truly bleeds maroon.
Prior to her veterinary graduation, she had many years of experience as a veterinary nurse at her hometown clinic. While Dr. Jenkins enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine, her special interests are critical care, pain management and wound care.
In her free time, Dr. Jenkins enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with her furry lovable golden retrievers and her rambunctious cats. She also loves spending time with her husband, Scott and her handsome son, Carter.
Dr. Maryssa Randall, DVM
Doctor Maryssa Randall is an animal lover who has dreamt of being a veterinarian since she was 4 years old. She is from Illinois and graduated from the University in Illinois School of Veterinary Medicine before deciding to make Texas her home. To her, being a vet means getting to lengthen the greatest bond people have in life, the bond with pets. She has a passion for emergency medicine, radiology, and in hospital care. When she’s not at the clinic, she loves training for Spartan races in the gym and kayaking with the love of her life, Mike and taking long walks with her Great Dane, Leo. She is excited for the opportunity to meet you and treat your furry family member!"
Kelli Rawls, Practice Manager
Kelli has worked in veterinary medicine for over 25 years. Her experiences include serving as a Receptionist, Nurse and a Consultant in Practice Management, in which she had the opportunity to mentor doctors on how to utilize their health care team and to build better health care standards in their hospitals.
Kelli is very passionate about our health care team being the best at what we do. She believes in providing an environment for our team members to gain as much knowledge as they can to better serve our clients and patients. At work each day, Kelli’s number one goal is to provide exceptional customer service to every client that comes through our door. It is important to Kelli that their clients know that we care about them and want what is best for their companion.
On a personal note, Kelli has a wonderful husband and 4 beautiful daughters, three granddaughters; and a handsome cat, Witten. Kelli enjoys watching her children play volleyball and spending time with family and friends.