Meet our best assets... our doctors and support staff. Its the people that make Rocky Mountain Animal Hospital Special!
Dr. Jane Mohr
Dr. Jane Mohr grew up on a farm in Waukesha, Wisconsin. As a child, she was always around the family pets from dogs and cats, to horses and cows. She also raised orphaned robins and taught them how to eat and fly. She also loved it when the robins rode on the handlebars of her bicycle. Dr. Mohr always wanted to become a veterinarian, but her pathway and journey to achieving her goal is a long one. After high school, Dr. Mohr worked as a legal secretary and obtained her certification to become a paralegal.
She moved to Boulder, Colorado and worked as a corporate paralegal for a few years and started back into college to pursue her long life dream. She attended the University of Colorado in Boulder and graduated with her bachelor’s degree in Biology, 2000. During her last year of undergraduate studies, she met and married her husband, Marty, a native of Casper, Wyoming.
After graduating from the University of Colorado, she became a full-time resident of Casper, Wyoming. One year later, she entered veterinary school at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. Being one of the few non-traditional students, she had both her children, Danielle and Sydney, during her four years of veterinary school. Dr. Mohr graduated from veterinary school in 2005, and the entire new family moved back to Casper. Dr. Mohr has been practicing veterinary medicine in Casper since 2005 and takes special interests in preventative health, internal medicine, surgery and dermatology.
In her spare time, Dr. Mohr and her family love to spend time outdoors with the family and numerous pets. She likes to take walks, bike ride, garden, travel, and do crafts with the kids. Dr. Mohr especially likes it when her little girls come to work and tell her that they want to be a veterinarian when they grow up.
Dr. Kelli McCluer
Dr. Kelli McCluer is originally from Interior, South Dakota. While growing up she also lived in southern Colorado and western Wyoming. Dr. McCluer graduated from Kemmerer High School in 1996. After attending Sheridan Community College and Colorado State University she was accepted to Oregon State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. McCluer graduated from OSU in 2002 and returned to Wyoming to practice in Laramie. She has also practiced in Ft Bridger and Glenrock. Besides veterinary medicine she enjoys spending time with her two daughters Rana and Riley. They have 2 cats, 2 retired cow dogs and a horse.
Dr Angie O’Hearn
Dr Angie O'Hearn is a native of Casper. She earned her undergraduate degree in Biology after studying at Casper College and the University of Wyoming. In 2009, she received her DVM from Colorado State University. After graduation, she completed an internship in Emergency and Critical Care.
Her professional interests include Emergency Medicine and Pain Management. In 2014 she became certified in Veterinary Medical Acupuncture and looks forward to helping treat arthritis and other orthopedic injuries with this modality.
When not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband, two children, and two dogs. They love the outdoors, camping, gardening and traveling.
Chris Fowler was born in Huntington, New York and moved to Casper when she was 10 years old. She graduated from Natrona County High School in 1986 and then from the University of Wyoming in 1993, with a Bachelors of Science in Wildlife Management. She started her veterinary experience in 1995 as a kennel technician and has been working in the field ever since. Chris is Rocky Mountain Animal Hospital’s Veterinary Technician and Office Manager. She has 3 beautiful children, Ryan, Brittney and Allie and a wonderful daughter-in-law Casey. Chris is also a proud grandmother to Ryan & Casey's son Wacey.
Chris has had a variety of animals during her life, but currently has 4 Labradors, “Jaeger,” "Modelo," "Heineken," and “Tecate.” She also has two cats, “Panther” and “Stink.”
Chris and her family love to spend time outdoors. They enjoy outdoor activities, hunting, fishing and camping. She enjoys spending time on Ryan and Casey’s ranch. They also spend a majority of their summers at Alcova Lake with friends and family.
Jackie Breed, CVT
Jackie Breed, CVT, grew up on a small farm outside of Casper. She raised a whole plethora of animals from horses and cows, to pigs and chickens, and even a few snakes. Growing up she showed horses and pigs in 4-H, and still to this day occasionally rides her Shetland Pony “Betty Lou,” who is as old as she is. Jackie graduated from Kelly Walsh High School in 2006 then continued on to pursue her Veterinary Technology degree at Eastern Wyoming College.
At EWC she played volleyball for the Lancers and participated in the Vet Tech club before graduating in 2009 with an Associates of Applied Science degree. Jackie has experienced working with everything from wild rodeo bulls to racehorses and pot-bellied pigs. She has even helped with vaccinating raccoons, c-sections on fainting goats, and of course the “furry family members.”
In her free time, Jackie enjoys being outdoors with her husband, Zach and daughter Cassidy, hunting, fishing, camping, and riding horses and motorcycles. She stays busy at their house in the country taking care of their dogs, cat, pygmy goats and chickens.
Danielle Zapalac, CVA
Danielle Zapalac, CVA, was born and raised in Texas. She moved with her family to Douglas, Wyoming in January 2004 during the second half of her freshman year. She eventually graduated from Douglas High School in May 2007.
Danielle is currently a solider in the Wyoming Army National Guard and has been since October 2008. She has been around animals her entire life ever since she was a little girl. From showing them as 4-H and FFA projects to having them as companion pets. Therefore, it was only natural that she wanted to work with animals in a more professional manner. Danielle began her online schooling in February 2015 through December 2015 at Animal Behavioral Veterinary Assistant.
She has two dogs of her own, both pit bull mixes named Koda and Kyah. When she isn’t working at the vet clinic or training for military she enjoys spending her free time outdoors or hanging out with family, friends and her dogs.
Sherry Kujawa was born and raised in Northern Michigan. She and her husband, Steve, have vacationed and hunted in Wyoming for the last seven years. When Steve was offered a job at Ex- Cal they couldn't pass up the opportunity to move to Wyoming.
Having pets since a young child and working at the Humane Society in Michigan for 13 years, Sherry wanted to continue working and helping animals when she moved to Wyoming. They enjoy spending time outdoors, and at their cabin in the Big Horn mountains.
They have rescued dogs, a malamute mix named Kaycee.
Brittney Fowler - Kennel Tech
Was born in Casper, Wy and is the daughter of Chris Fowler. She graduated in 2015 from NCHS and is currently attending Casper College. She is seeking a degree in biology and hopes to pursue Marine Biology in the future.
Brittney enjoys spending time with all the boarders at the clinic and helping wherever is needed at the clinic.
On her free time she spends time at her brothers ranch and out at Alcova Lake.
Allie Fowler - Kennel Tech
Was born in Casper, Wy and is the youngest child of Chris Fowler. She will be graduating from NCHS in May of 2017. She is planning on attending Casper College after graduation and will pursue photography.
Allie has been playing basketball since 6th grade for both the school district and travel ball. She is playing her final year as a NC Filly.
Allie loves being a part of the Rocky Mt team and caring for the boarding animals. She also enjoys spending time on her brother’s ranch and summers at Alcova Lake.