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Meet the friendly staff at Solomon Veterinary Clinic!

  • Jessika Dyke
    Veterinary Technician

    Jessika graduated from Friends University, earning a bachelor of science degree in zoo science in 2010. She is married and has three cats (Penny, Dooper and Tanger). She loves to read, travel and celebrate her birthday (and half birthday)! She is a workout enthusiast and has even done an ultramarathon!

  • Shelbi Clear
    Veterinary Technician

    Shelbi is new to Kansas, having just recently moved from the state of Washington with her husband, who is stationed at McConnell Air Force Base. Shelbi has worked as a large and small animal veterinary technician since 2009 and is currently completing her degree through Washington State University. Shelbi is an avid equestrian, spending the majority of her time eventing her horse, Plane Commander. She enjoys spending time with her pets, cooking and spending time outdoors with her husband.

  • Ashley Bader
    Receptionist/ Veterinary Assistant

    Ashley came to Kansas by way of the Tar Heel State, North Carolina, where she had attended Pitt Community College and studied nursing and American Sign Language. She moved to Wichita with her husband and her rambunctious dog, Nahla. In her spare time, she enjoys photography, traveling, spending time with family, riding her horse Montana, and playing with Nahla.

  • Christi Morrison

    Christi grew up in a military family and has lived all over the world, but she has made Wichita her home. She attended Cowley Community College and Maplewoods Community College. She has adopted a lovable cat named Jordy who is as mischievous as her owner. In her downtime, Christi likes a good (or sometimes even bad) movie and spending time with her family.

  • Melody Lau-Solomon
    Office Manager

    Melody graduated with a bachelor of science degree from Kansas State University. She has four children, a dog named J.J. and a cat named Kiwi; J.J. and Kiwi are best friends. She loves spending time with family and friends. Her hobbies include reading, cooking and gardening.

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