Dr. Brian Siever, DVM
Dr. Siever and Cindy were married on a beach in the Bahamas in 2000 and have 4 children, Rebecca, Alison, Griffin, Seth, and 2 grandchildren AJ and Maleah. The Siever family lives on a farm outside of Knoxville, Illinois where they enjoy gardening and raising farm animals including chickens and ducks. The family also has 2 indoor cats, 3 barn cats, and 4 dogs including 2 large Great Pyrenees dogs that guard the barn animals.
In his free time, Dr. Siever enjoys bike riding, shooting sports, woodworking and wire bending. He is also a member of Community Bible Church in Knoxville, Illinois.
Dr. Harold Watters, DVM
In his free time, Dr. Watters enjoys spending time with his grandchildren and friends, working on Rotary projects, conservation projects, farm work, traveling and gardening. Dr. and Mrs. Watters have hosted 18 Rotary exchange students for periods of 3 weeks to one year (mostly for 3-4 months). They have invitations to Europe, South America, and Africa to visit students who are now adults with families of their own. Dr. Watters is currently the Responsible Officer for Central States Rotary Youth Exchange Program, working as a volunteer with the U.S. Department of State facilitating visas and safety issues for over 200 foreign teen students each completing a year of high school study in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, South Dakota or Ontario, Canada.
Dr. Watters is a life member of the Illinois State Veterinary Medical Association and the American Veterinary Medical Association.
Dr. Megan Blackwell, DVM
Dr. Blackwell is originally from Lewistown, Illinois where she was a member of 4-H and FFA showing and judging livestock. Dr. Blackwell lives in Galesburg with her domestic shorthair cat, Mia. In her free time, Dr. Blackwell enjoys traveling and shopping.
Dr. Blackwell is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Illinois State Veterinary Medical Association.
Dr. Josephine Swanson, DVM
From a young age, Dr. Swanson loved animals. She wanted to be a vet so she could not only help animals but also help owners learn more about their pets and to provide the best possible care for them. What she finds most interesting is the variety of animals, in addition to seeing cats and dogs, Dr. Swanson does basic health checks on exotics and pocket pets.
Dr. Swanson enjoys spending time with her family including a huge extended family, a brother, and sister, a brother-in-law and a niece and nephew. She also enjoys watching movies and visiting historical sites. Dr. Swanson has a terrier mix, Wally, who is pictured with her here.
Human Resources Manager and Online Presence/Social Media Manager
Sonya Gruntkowski, CVT
Jackie Derham, CVT
Jenn Robbins, CVT
Animal Care Assistant
Cindy Siever, CVT
Animal Care Assistant
Sat: 8:00am - 12:00pm
Tues: 8:00am - 4:00pm
Thurs:8:00am - 4:00pm