Dr. Jennifer Ulm grew up in Yates City and attended school here in Farmington. She attended Blackburn College in Carlinville and graduated with a BS in Biology. She then went on to the University of Illinois for veterinary school. After graduating in 2001, she and her husband Matt returned to Farmington. She worked locally for other practices before deciding to start her own business. Dr. Jennifer started a veterinary housecall business in February of 2010. She loves visiting pets and their owners in their homes, but seeing a need to offer more services, took the next step and opened her first stationary clinic in March 2012. In May of 2019, she completed her new clinic building that we are currently using. Dr. Jennifer is excited to be able to have improved surgery and hospitalization capabilities.
Dr Jennifer and her husband, Matt, live in Farmington with their daughter, Phoebe, and son, Dax. They share their home with a Standard Dachshund, Oliver; a German Shephard, Delilah; and one cat, Bootsie. In July of 2023, she will be picking up a new puppy, Betty, to be raised as a Future Leader Dog for the Blind.
Dr. Sarah Douglas grew up in North Carolina where she obtained her bachelor's degree in Zoology from North Carolina State University in 2016. She later attended the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine, graduating in 2021. After graduation, Dr. Douglas worked in the Quad Cities until joining Dr. Ulm’s practice in Farmington, IL in December 2022. Dr. Douglas is partial to performing surgeries and is excited to help broaden the surgery capabilities of the Ulm Veterinary Clinic. In 2020, Dr. Douglas married her husband, Logan, and in early 2023, the couple welcomed their first child. Their family lives on a farm in rural Knox County with their cows, 5 dogs and 3 cats.
Holly was born and raised in Farmington, Illinois and loves her small town. In Holly's spare time she enjoys spending time with family and friends. She has two cute Malti-poos, Sailor and Millie. Holly is a huge animal lover and loves being able to greet the clients as they come through. Her favorite perk of the job is getting to watch all the animals grow up!
Liz CarlsonVeterinary Assistant
Liz lives in the Peoria area with her dog, Archie. Liz has always loved animals and loves being able to help them any way she can! She loves to read, going to the movies, spending time with friends and family, and going on adventures together with Archie.
Morgan MalottVeterinary Assistant
Morgan lives in Trivoli with her two dogs, an Australian Shepherd named Wrangler, and an Australian Cattle Dog named Tritt. In her spare time, she enjoys going for walks with her dogs, relaxing at the lake, and spending time with friends and family. She has grown up around animals her entire life and loves caring for them and helping make a difference in their lives.
Riley MeltonVeterinary Assistant
Riley lives in Yates City, IL with her Labrador, Nova, as well as her Australian Shepherd, Buck. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her daughter, snow skiing, fishing and kayaking. Riley has always had a big heart for animals and loves being able to work with them.
Katrina WarnerVeterinary Assistant
Katrina lives in rural Maquon with her husband Rod, 2 dogs, Tuff & Diesel and 5 horses, Little Bit, Boomer, Molly, Annie & Fancy. Her & Rod have 4 children and 2 grandchildren.
Katrina has been working with animals all her life and in Veterinary Medicine for 15 years.
Ali WelchVeterinary Assistant
Ali was born and raised in the Farmington area, and currently lives in Banner with her husband, Pierce, 2 dogs and 3 cats. In her spare time she likes to spend time with family and pets. Ali has always had a love for animals and loves being able to work with them!
Sebastian The Clinic CatClinic Overseer
Sebastian was found with his mother and littermates under Dr Ulm's father-in-law's home in April 2012. Since then, Sebastian was taken in by Dr Ulm's family, lived at the old clinic building for a while (until he got too sassy with clients), lived at Dr Ulm's home for several years (until he expressed his dislike for Dr Ulm's dogs), and has lived at the current Ulm Veterinary Clinic since March 2020. Sebastian enjoyed his COVID-19 pandemic having free range of the clinic, but has settled into his role as a behind the scenes clinic cat since reopening the clinic to the public. Sebastian enjoys laying in boxes, playing with feather toys and cat nip mice, licking yogurt containers and occasionally biting the hands of the clinic staff.