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1042007-solomon.jpgClell J. Solomon, D.V.M.

Dr. Solomon graduated from Kansas State University in 1983 with a doctorate in veterinary medicine. He has been in private practice in Wichita for 32 years. Dr. Solomon and his wife have four grown children. They also have a golden retriever/German shepherd mix named J.J. and a dilute calico named Kiwi. Dr. Solomon is a member of AAHA, AVMA, KVMA, WVMA and the American Heartworm Society. His areas of interest outside of the practice include traveling and outdoor activities with his family.

1042005-lang.jpgJessica Lang, D.V.M.

Dr. Lang developed her love of animals on the farm she grew up on near Overbrook, Kansas. She graduated cum laude from Pittsburg State University with a bachelor of science in biology in 2003. She continued her education at Kansas State University, where she graduated with her doctorate of veterinary medicine in 2007. After graduation she worked at a mixed animal practice in Missouri, but ultimately it became time for her and her husband to move closer to family. They moved to Wichita in 2012 and they love being back in Kansas. Dr. Lang is an avid Jayhawks fan and rapidly becoming a Shockers fan. When she has free time, she enjoys gardening, reading, traveling and spending time with her family.

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