Veterinary Support

  • Technician Supervisor

    Mary Ann Rombold-Zeigenfuse, L.V.T.
    Veterinary Tech School: Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology

    Mary Ann has been with us since October of 1982. She is our Lead Technician in the hospital and runs our surgery area. She and her husband Robert enjoy the company of their Aussies and Yorkies.  Mary Ann specializes in canine behavior and teaches obedience classes at the clinic as well as around Centrl Kentucky. She operates her own business: Best Friends Obedience, Inc. and travels internationally giving behavior seminars. She also has been a frequent speaker at many veterinary conferences. She has written a book on dog training "Dog Tricks Step by Step" (Howell Book House) and has authored various articles published in multiple dog magazines. We are very lucky to have Mary Ann here to consult with our clients about their behavior problems.


  • Licensed Veterinary Technician

    Hillarey Kriegler
    Veterinary Tech School: Cedar Valley College-2008

    Hillarey is a transplant to Kentucky from Buffalo, NY. Before moving here 10 years ago she attended State University of New York at Morrisville and received her A.A.S. degree in Equine Science & Management and also a Bachelor of Technology degree in Equine Reproduction. Hillarey came to VCA Woodford nearly 5 years ago after spending some time working in equine medicine. She began working on her Veterinary Technology degree and in December of 2008 she graduated and passed her state boards in January of 2009. Hillarey has a 3 year old Black Retriever, Sirius, that she competes with in canine agility. She also has a new Golden Retriever puppy, Potter, that is in training for agility. Rounding out her family is her 9 year old cat, Rascal. While busy with work and her pets, Hillarey enjoys scuba diving, horse back riding and traveling in her spare time.


  • Technician

    Katie Martin
    School: University of Kentucky, BS

    Katie has been involved in veterinary medicine since 2000. After graduating from the University of Kentucky with a degree in Animal Sciences she came to work at VCA Woodford in May of 2005. Katie and her husband Brett were married in 2010. They welcomed their first son, Timothy, into the world in December 2012.  Katie has 1 dog (Coda), 3 cats (Cleo, Cotton and Cheddar) and a Leopard Gecko (Calypso). She is currently Dr. MacLeod's technician and oversees our lab operations. In her spare time Katie enjoys counter cross-stitch and traveling.


  • Technician

    Rebecca McVey

    Rebecca started her veterinary career in Chicago in 1998 before moving to Lexington and working at the AA Emergency Hospital. She joined the VCA Woodford team in her current position in 2003. She has worked for some very good hospitals but feels VCA Woodford is the best she's seen.

    Rebecca and her husband, DJ,  stay busy in their off time with 3 horses, 3 cats and 2 dogs. After a long day at work Rebecca shifts gears and runs a business she has started, Above and Beyond Horsemanship where she trains horses and gives riding lessons. Rebecca trains her personal horses and participates in eventing with them. She also enjoys hiking, swimming, camping and trail riding.


  • Technician

    Jetta Thompson
    School: James Graham Brown H.S. & Purdue Univ. Vet Tech Pr

    Jetta has many years experience in veterinary medicine. Jetta began her veterinary career in 1978. She spent 28 years at a hospital in Louisville with most of it in emergency and trauma. In her spare time she is a advocate of several spay/neuter programs, foster cares and assists in wildlife rehabilitation. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family and cooking. Jetta has one daughter (Jayme),one son (Joey) and one granddaughter (Alysta). She also has several dogs, cats and birds.

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