Our Caring Team
Committed to Your Pet’s Health & Happiness
When choosing a veterinarian for your pet, it is important to choose an experienced team that will make your pet’s health their first priority. For over 20 years, the staff at Rockhill Pet Clinic has been focused on offering the highest quality of veterinary care to small animals throughout the Kansas City, MO area. From trusted preventative and medical services to boarding and pet grooming, we can serve all of your pet’s unique needs.
Meet Our Veterinary Staff
Patricia Stewart, DVM
After graduating from Rockhurst University with a degree in Biology, Patricia proceeded to the University of Missouri, College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Stewart graduated with a degree in veterinary medicine, and her dreams became a reality.
After many years of practice, Dr. Stewart remains passionate about providing her patients with the best medical care science has to offer. That commitment is put into practice at Rockhill Pet Clinic through substantial investments in state-of-the-art medical equipment not commonly available at other animal clinics. As a pet lover, Dr. Stewart understands the important place that pets have in our lives. She has devoted her life to providing compassionate care for animals while maintaining a high level of professionalism and medical expertise. She works hard to educate clients and empower them to make meaningful decisions about their pet’s care. Dr. Stewart’s personal pet is a Havanese named Hank.
Susan Vodraska, DVM CVA
Born in Manhattan, KS and having grown up in various Midwestern and Western states, Dr. Vodraska received a degree in animal science from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln in 1989. Dr. Vodraska then pursued veterinary studies at Kansas State University, graduating as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 1995. Since graduating from KSU, Dr. Vodraska has pursued continuing education in traditional Chinese veterinary medicine, including acupuncture and Tui-Na massage, as well as laser therapy. Dr. Vodraska is a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist.
In addition to Dr. Vodraska’s veterinary studies, she is also a veteran of the United States Army, having served from 1985-2005. Her hobbies include quilt-making, crafting, sewing, reading, and home repair. And spending time with her family of furries at home, of course!
Sarah Miller, DVM
During her senior year of college, she fell in love with veterinary medicine. She attended Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine and earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2012. Since graduating, Dr. Wissmann has been in small animal practice. Her areas of special interest include dentistry, nutrition and dermatology.
Dr. Wissmann has two wonderful children and a mischievous cat named Boston at home. In her free time she loves to play with her kiddos, read, and travel to the ocean.