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Dr. Michelle Iseman

Dr. Iseman is a Fear Free Certified Veterinarian. She is a Kansas native and attended Kansas State University. She received her Bachelors degree in Animal Sciences in 2002, DVM degree in 2004, and Masters degree in Clinical Sciences in 2005. After beginning her career in a mixed animal practice in Texas, she moved back to Manhattan and has lived and worked there in small animal practice since 2005 with her husband John Stamey, her 3 children: Alec, Corabelle, and Iris; their 2 dogs: Eva and Hagrid; and 2 cats: Pegleg Pete and Frankie. When she’s not busy working as a veterinarian, she’s either chasing her kids, helping her husband with his remodeling and construction business, doing a project around the house and yard, out walking the dog, or on a hike somewhere out in the prairie or mountains. Dr. Iseman’s special interests include preventative medicine, client education, dentistry, geriatric care, behavior, & fear free practice
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Dr. Alice Waters

Dr. Alice Waters is originally from Lebanon Junction, KY. She attended undergrad at the University of Kentucky and the University of Louisville. She obtained her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1999. She has called Manhattan home since 2006. Dr. Waters and her dog, Sage, joined the Animal Doctor family on May 1, 2019. You can find Dr. Waters at our location in Manhattan: Animal Doctor Westside! We are excited to have her as part of our team.
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Dr. Billie Deam

Dr. Billie Deam is a Fear Free Certified Professional who was born and raised in Manhattan, KS. She is a graduate of Kansas State University with a BS in Biology (1972) and DVM (1980). She owned and operated The Animal Clinic of Boardwalk Square in Kansas City, MO until 2013 when she and her husband, Stan Cook, returned to her family farm in Manhattan. Dr. Deam enjoys trail riding her two horses, Playboy and Red, and also hiking and quail-hunting with her English Pointer, Indy. She and her husband are restoring her family home, a 160-year old stone stagecoach stop south of Manhattan. Dr. Deam enjoys all aspects of small animal medicine and surgery, particularly mobility issues which led her to get her degree in Animal Chiropractic from Options of Animals in Wellsville, KS