Dr. Johnson received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1984 from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. In 1988, he began working at Archer Veterinary Clinic with Dr. C.M. Poole. Three years later, Dr. Johnson purchased the clinic from Dr. Poole. Dr. Johnson has worked in the veterinary field since 1984, giving him over 30 years of experience. His professional interest is surgery, including orthopedics and advanced soft tissue surgery.
Dr. Johnson’s favorite part of working at Archer Veterinary Clinic is being a part of the community and caring for its pets. Outside of the clinic, Dr. Johnson loves spending time with his wife, children, and grandchildren. His favorite hobbies are gardening, do-it-yourself projects, and enjoying the outdoors.
Dr. Joe received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Purdue University in 2014. Immediately after, she joined the team at Archer Veterinary Clinic. Her professional interests include internal medicine, ophthalmology, and behavior. Dr. Joe loves working at Archer Veterinary Clinic because she has an awesome support team of technicians, staff, and clients that appreciate her. She enjoys getting to see lots of interesting cases every week.
Dr. Joe and her husband share their home with an Old English Sheepdog named Finnick and a domestic shorthair cat named Sir Bonkers. In her free time, Dr. Joe enjoys traveling, camping, cooking, and eating good food. Her favorite is sushi.
Dr. Seader, a native New Yorker, graduated from Cornell University with his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2016. His areas of professional interest include ultrasound, surgery, neurology, and internal medicine.
Dr. Seader likes to say he has worked in the veterinary field since he was a child, since he grew up working with his father, uncle, and grandfather at their veterinary practice in New York. Today, he carries on the family tradition at Archer Veterinary Clinic.
Dr. Jenin Abad is an Associate Veterinarian at Archer Veterinary Clinic. She graduated with her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine at St. Matthew’s University and earned her Bachelors of Science from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Dr. Abad’s areas of professional interest include wellness, preventative medicine and surgery. She says the best part about working at archer is working everyday with the caring and supportive staff. When Dr. Abad isn’t practicing veterinary medicine, she enjoys scuba diving, hiking and hanging out with her three dogs, Sabrina, Duke, and Boomer.
Dr. Hilary Antosh is a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at Archer Veterinary Clinic. She earned both her undergrad degree and veterinary medicine degree at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Her areas of professional interest include veterinary dentistry, surgery, and public health. Dr. Antosh says the best part about working at Archer is that she gets to work with a great team everyday.
Growing up in Park Ridge and currently living in Oak Ridge, Dr. Antosh shares a home with her husband, and two cats, Ella and Muus. She says Muus enjoys posing for his Instagram and is really good at getting into trouble. When Dr. Antosh isn’t hanging out with her family, you can find her traveling, scuba diving, or biking.
Dr. Jennifer Yeh is excited to be a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at Archer Veterinary Clinic. She graduated from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign for her bachelor’s degree, and went onto earn her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Wisconsin Madison. Dr. Yeh specializes in spay and neuter surgeries and her areas of professional interest include veterinary surgery and preventative medicine.
Growing up in Western Springs, she currently lives in Naperville with her husband and two children. In her spare time, she enjoys trying new restaurants, playing video games, and taking her children to the zoo, museums and playground.
Dr. Shorter was born and raised in the beautiful Rocky Mountain basin town of Boulder Colorado. She completed her undergraduate studies at Colorado State University, earning her bachelor's degree in Biomedical Medical Sciences and Equine Sciences. Dr. Shorter remained adjacent to the mountains to obtain her Veterinary degree from Colorado State University of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. With a great passion for all shapes and sizes of animals, Dr. Shorter is licensed as a Mixed Animal Practitioner. This means that she can practice medicine on both large animals (such as farm animals) and also our smaller household pets such as dogs and cats.
More specifically, Dr. Shorter adores soft tissue surgery, dentistry, and pain management (especially geriatric care). Dr. Shorter is also a strong believer in client education, from the very basics such as nutrition and behavior to more advanced chronic disease management. A strong believer in teamwork, Dr. Shorter loves working closely with her clients towards the shared goal of keeping their furry family members happy and healthy!
In her spare time Dr. Shorter continues to surround herself with animals, loving to spend time outdoors with her 3 dogs and 2 ferrets, who are harness trained! Additionally, she continues to ride her horse, although they are both retired from their previous career in jumping. Watching movies and painting are also some of her favorite past times. She is ecstatic to be able to join the amazing Archer Veterinary team and provide your loved ones with the very best care!
Dr. Katrina Johnson has been a veterinarian for 29 years, having graduated from the University of Illinois with a Bachelor's in Veterinary Medicine in 1994. Upon graduation, Dr. Johnson started working at Forest South Animal Hospital where she saw a wide variety of patients including cats, dogs, rabbits, hedgehogs, ostriches, ducks, chickens, possums, ferrets, all reptiles, guinea pigs, potbellied pigs, and a host of other pets. Dr. Johnson is a strong advocate for senior pets, preventative medicine, and of course exotic pets.
Dr. Johnson's hobbies and interests include singing in her church choir, playing the piano and guitar, gardening, art, and running long distances. She will be running her third Chicago marathon this year. Dr. Johnson has two daughters; her oldest is a sophomore at Marquette University and her youngest is a junior in high school. Dr. Johnson's four-legged children include a Russian tortoise named Burch, a bearded dragon named Faith, a cat named Scatters, and an axolotl named Jedi. She also has a host of guppies as well.