Robert Cook , DVM
Dr. Cook has limited his practice to surgery, with an emphasis on minimally invasive surgical procedures. These procedures are available to our clients and to other patients by referral from their primary care veterinarians. We have made a considerable investment in time and resources to provide these services. We believe they represent a significant improvement in the treatment of many conditions. Our most common minimally invasive procedures include: flexible gastrointestinal endoscopy, laparoscopy, and arthroscopy (joint surgery). Please ask if you have any questions regarding these types of surgery.
Amy Rudigier, DVM
Dr. Amy Rudigier joined our practice in 2001. Dr. Rudigier graduated from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine in 2000 and completed an internship in small animal medicine and surgery in Mesa, AZ. While she enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine, she has special interests in internal medicine, animal behavior, soft tissue surgery and ultrasound.
Julie Kroll, DVM
Dr. Julie Kroll graduated for the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Illinois. After completing her internship at a local specialty hospital, she joined our practice in 2007. Since that time, she has experienced many rewarding years at the Animal Medical Clinic of St. Charles where she is truly passionate about working with and caring for our patients. She especially enjoys the unique aspect of veterinary medicine where she gets to treat patients through all aspects of their life from the beginning as puppies and kittens to their special senior ages. Outside of work she looks forward to spending time with her family, including her adorable black lab.
Emily Kelly, DVM
Dr. Kelly knew as early as third grade that her dream job was to help animals and in 2004 she graduated from Oklahoma State University’s Veterinary School. Originally from Texas, Dr. Kelly recently settled to the St Charles area where she joined the AMC staff in October of 2016. Her family includes Stella the Turkish cat and the newest addition a Rottweiler puppy named Moses. Her favorite aspect of her job is becoming an integral part of helping families make the best decisions for their pets. She has a passion for preventative care and soft tissue surgeries as well as a “big soft spot for Bulldogs and other mushed faced dogs and cats." In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, roller derby, cooking and is active in her church.