A New Yorker by birth and upbringing, Dr. Wiktorowski (more commonly known as “Dr. Jodi”) has always been what her family saw as a wee bit animal-crazy. She was always the kid who brought home injured birds and squirrels and anything else that needed care. Dr. Jodi has several border collies and enjoys sheep herding with them as well as taking them hiking. She and her partner often load their dogs and kids into the minivan and head for whatever random new trailhead they can find. The kids, perhaps as a result of their ongoing tutelage, enjoy looking for frogs, salamanders, and snakes during those hikes. As a throwback to her own childhood, Dr. Jodi has learned to repeat, “No, you can’t bring it home.”
In addition to her beloved herding dogs, Dr. Jodi has donkeys, chickens, ducks, sheep and frogs. She also is an active beekeeper and is working toward becoming a Master Beekeeper
Hi! I am a Wisconsin native and graduate and have been delighted to join the amazing team at Eugene Animal Hospital. I am the proud mama of an 8 year old boy, Finn, who is already planning his career as a future green bay packer! My furry babies include a fiercely loyal blue heeler, Dingo, a 3 legged feline fireball, Sukha, and a weight challenged butterball, Richard Parker. My favorite aspect of veterinary medicine, is bonding with the clients and their furry family and working together to help treat our 4 legged loved ones. I always treat your pet’s as if they were my own. I will go above and beyond to help my patients thrive.
Dr. Dave Schur
Dr. Dave Schur has been a practicing veterinarian for 8 years, mostly in the Eugene area. He was born in Madison Wisconsin, earned his undergraduate degree from Tulane University in New Orleans before attending Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine. He furthered his education with an internship at Bay Area Veterinary Specialists before moving to Eugene in 2011. In his free time, he enjoys taking advantage of the natural beauty Oregon has to offer, namely hiking and camping, with his daughter Abby and his dog, Oliver. He specializes in dog and cat internal medicine with a special interest in oncology and dermatology, as well as cardiology, ophthalmology and surgery.
My name is Tia.
I have been a vet assistant/receptionist here at Eugene Animal Hospital since 2010. I am a born and raised Oregonian, Eugene will always be known as home. After retiring 10 years of being a horse training carrier, I recently graduated from nursing school at Lane Community College. Outside of work I can be found out at the barn with my 3 horses, 3 big Rottweilers, and 2 cats.
Hi! my name is Toni.
Toni has been working as a veterinary assistant for about 4 years now, but her passion for animals has been lifelong. She has been that girl who was always raising tadpoles in an aquarium, nursing birds that fell from the nest, even bringing home a pair of abandoned nutria babies! If anything, working in the veterinary setting has only encouraged her bringing home and mothering sick and injured critters.
Before the veterinary scene she raised and bred show and meat quality pigs, and has worked on a dairy farm. Toni is an Oregon native and lives on a small farm in the little town of Crow. She has 3 horses, a pig, 2 cats, a rabbit, and a k9 sidekick Hank. In her little time not spent with animals she enjoys art, especially painting, and hunting.
Hello! My name is Anna.
I am originally from the mid-west. On my free time, I’m devoted to my loving family. We enjoy the outdoors, music, movies, and exploring new places. I am very proud to manage Eugene Animal Hospital and it’s a delight to be surrounded by such fine-hearted people everyday! If you have any questions or concerns, I’m more than happy to help you.