Meet Our Team in Dyer
When looking for vets in Dyer and Northwest Indiana, you'll be hard-pressed to find any as caring and dedicated as those at Dyer Animal Clinic. We're a unique group of pet-loving people who happen to be experienced and very skilled in veterinary medicine. Our veterinarians all hold themselves to high standards and always aim to deliver the care your pet deserves. Learn more about our team of vets and their veterinary journeys here. Or better yet, stop in and meet us yourself!
Dr. Molly Farrell
Dr. Molly Farrell grew up in Hammond, Indiana and attended Purdue’s School of Veterinary Medicine in West Lafayette, Indiana. She graduated in 1989. Dr. Molly got her start in veterinary medicine at the Hammond Pet Hospital and she practiced veterinary medicine there for 25 years until she purchased the Dyer Animal Clinic in December of 2013. Since the beginning, Dr. Molly has been adding new equipment and technology to the business. Her philosophy is that the technology acquired will help her and the staff practice better medicine. By practicing better medicine, your pets will receive better care. Better care leads to happier and healthier pets.
Dr. Karen Huppert
Dr. Karen Huppert is a native of Dyer where she lives with her husband John Huppert, Dyer’s assistant fire chief. She has lived in Dyer for most of her adult life and she is also happy that her travel time to work has been cut from ½ hour drive time to five minutes. Dr. Huppert is a graduate of Purdue University ’99. Dr. Huppert will provide the same caring service for you and your pets and she will help us with our mission of treating your pet like family.
Dr. Lauren Radencic
Dr. Lauren Radencic began working at the Dyer Animal Clinic on June 1, 2018, and she lives in Munster, Indiana. Dr. Radencic is not a stranger at the Dyer Animal Clinic. She has been working with us for the last three years as a receptionist, lab tech, and vet tech. She completed her externship at the clinic in January and February of 2018 in which she met many of our clients during that short period of time.
Dr. Anne DeGraaf
Dr. Anne DeGraaf graduated from Purdue in 1981 and has been working for the Dyer Animal Clinic on a part-time basis.