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Dr. Johnson began working at Archer Veterinary Clinic in 1988 with Dr. C.M. Poole and purchased the clinic in 1991. He graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1984. Dr. Johnson has a special interest in orthopedics, performing 1-2 ACLs a week, and advanced soft tissue surgery. He is also well known for performing ear crops and has patients coming from out of state for this procedure. Dr. Johnson lives in Lemont with his wife and four German Shepherds and enjoys spending time with his two sons, three step children, and seven grandchildren. In his spare time he enjoys cooking, gardening, tree propagation, hiking and camping.
Dr. Turner joined Archer Veterinary Clinic in June 2014 after her graduation from Iowa State with a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. She has a special interest in dermatology. Dr. Turner lives in Romeoville with her Border Collie “Sawyer”. In her free time she like painting, gardening, running, biking, and making leather dog collars.
After graduating from Purdue University with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in June 2014, Dr. Joe joined Archer Veterinary Clinic. She has a special interest in ophthalmology and internal medicine. Dr. Joe lives in Chicago with her Old English Sheepdog "Finnick"and two domestic short hair cats "Sir Bonkers" and "Balls". During her free time, Dr. Joe likes to cook, travel and explore Chicago.
Dr. Webb has been practicing veterinary medicine for 35 years following his graduation from Kansas State University with a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in May 1979. Dr. Webb has a special interest in feline medicine and thoroughbred horses. He lives in Romoeoville with his wife and a Chavishon "Sadie" and Boston Terriers "Patchie" and "Buddy". He also has three grown children. In his spare time, Dr. Webb enjoys golfing, fishing, and traveling.
After graduating from Cornell University in May 2016 with a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Seader joined Archer Veterinary Clinic. Dr. Seader is a third generation veterinarian in his family; his father, grandfather and uncle were all veterinarians. While in a high school and college he worked as a veterinary assistant at their practice in Rockville Center, New York. Dr. Seader has a special interest in surgery, dentistry and ultrasound. He lives in Lisle with his wife and they recently had a baby girl. In his spare time, Dr. Seader enjoys filmmaking, playing guitar, skiing and spending time with his family.
Dr. Tibbits joined Archer Veterinary Clinic in July 2016 after serving 3 years as a Field Veterinary Officer in the US Army Veterinary Corps at Fort Carson, Colorado. He graduated from Iowa State University with a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2013. Dr. Tibbits has a special interest in internal medicine and military working dogs. Dr. Tibbits has recently moved to the area with 2 rescue dogs; a Terrier mix "CoCo" and a Hound mix "Molly". In his spare time, he enjoys hiking, running, craft beer/breweries, baseball (huge St. Louis Cardinal's fan), shooting, and spending time with his dogs and family. Dr. Tibbits will also be continuing his military career as a Captain in the Reserves (993rd medical detachment out of Aurora, Colorado).
Dr. Courtney Lenane
After graduating from Iowa State University in May 2016 with a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Lenane joined Archer Veterinary Clinic. She has a special interest in internal medicine. Dr. Lenane lives in Plainfield with her husband and 3 domestic longhair cats: "Meeka", "Gracie" and "Hiro". In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family and traveling.