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About Us

The Pet Professionals

We strive to provide the highest quality care for your pet. Our facility provides a broad spectrum of diagnostic procedures through in-house testing and the use of external laboratories. We have digital radiographs and abdominal ultrasonography for high quality imaging, and a sterile surgical suite. We also consult routinely with the local Emergency and Board Certified Specialty Practices when special diagnostic procedures are required. 

All Creatures Small Animal Hospital Family

Cory Bassett, DVM

I have many passions in my life; family, friends and of course veterinary medicine. I have wanted to be a vet since I was four years old. As a child my love for animals was strengthened by my many family pets from dogs, cats, horses to guinea pigs. As I grew older my interest in animal science and biology was furthered at Baker University where I received a BS in Biology in 2004. I married my high school sweetheart in 2006, the same year I was accepted to vet school. Finally, my lifelong dream was realized once I completed my Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Kansas State University in 2010. I have been a small animal/exotic veterinarian ever since, practicing in Shawnee Mission Kansas from 2010-2016. During that time my family grew with the addition of three beautiful children. Now, I am the proud co-owner of All Creatures Small Animal Hospital here in Overland Park Kansas. Getting to come to work everyday to do a job I truly love, and working alongside some of the most caring, compassionate people is more than I ever could have dreamed of!

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Sarah Dunn, DVM

Helping animals and the people that love them is my calling. Growing up in Kansas, I have been around animals all my life. I graduated from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2010. Since then, I have spent time in private practice, focusing on general medicine, surgery, and internal medicine of dogs and cats. I especially love the study of ophthalmology (eyes) and soft tissue surgery. However, my favorite aspect of veterinary medicine is the human-animal bond. I love taking care of pets to the direct benefit of the people that love them the most. It is the most satisfying part of my day.

 

When out of the clinic, you can find me playing with the kids, hiking, reading, or snuggling with our French Bulldog, George, or crazy cat, Strawberry.

Rebecca Koehler, DVM

I have always had a love of animals, science and learning. I grew up doing 4-H here in Kansas City, which gave me the opportunity to be around a variety of animals and work with different facets of Kansas State University. Coming from a large family of “K-Staters” combined with my own experiences I decided K-State was the place for me. I graduated with a BS in Animal Science in 2010 and then continued on to their Veterinary College, graduating in 2014. I also met my amazing husband there and we were married in 2014 as my career was just beginning. I came home to Kansas City and started working as a small animal veterinarian. Our family has grown since then and we have 3 wild and wonderful children and currently 3 ornery cats. Outside of work I am usually chasing my kids around (literally and figuratively) with their different activities, working on projects with my husband, or curled up with a cat and a book.

 

I was fortunate enough to join the All Creatures Family in 2020. I love all my patients but cats, and feline medicine, are certainly a favorite of mine. I am also expanding my work on our small exotic patients which are a fun addition to my days. Dentistry is one of my veterinary passions. I love being able to help pets with dental issues or pain and see how much their comfort improves. I also enjoy working with our geriatric patients to help keep them comfortable and give them and their owners the best time we can as they age. I look forward to meeting new pets and their people and giving them the best care that I can.

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