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Charles A. Burmeister, BS, DVM
A native of Chicago, Dr. Charles Burmeister earned his B.S. at Western Illinois University. In 1983 after receiving a D.V.M. degree from the University of Illinois. Dr. Burmeister joined the staff at this facility in 1984. He left to practice in Pittsfield, IL and later Grayslake, IL.
In 1995 Dr. Burmeister and his family returned to the Peoria area. In 2000, Dr. Burmeister bought the practice and named it All Pets Veterinary Hospital to highlight the exotics we see in addition to dogs and cats. Dr. Burmeister is one of the few veterinarians in this area qualified to treat exotics.
The Burmeisters live in Peoria with their 3 children, 2 dogs, Teddy & Mighty Mite, and 2 cats, Bubbles and Beeb.
Ronda Borgeson, BS, DVM
Dr. Ronda Borgeson joined our practice in 2010. She graduated from the Ohio State University, College of Veterinary Medicine in 2000. Dr. Borgeson treats dogs, cats, pocket pets and birds.
We are pleased to have her working with us. Dr. Borgeson and her husband, Jon, have 3 cats named Diesel, Maynerd and Issabelle plus a mealy-headed Amazon by the name of Ollie.
Dave Beutel, BS, DVM
Dr. Dave joined All Pets in June of 2015. He completed his Bachelor's Degree of Science at the University of Connecticut in 2011 and graduated from the University of Illinois, College of Veterinary Medicine in May 2015. One of his interests is pathobiology which looks at the biology of why diseases occur.
Even though he grew up in Connecticut, Dr. Dave has many roots in central Illinois. His grandparents and many other extended family members live the surrounding areas.
Dr. Dave went to Tanzania in 2014 to to perform spays and neuters on pets in various villages throughout the country. He is dedicated to providing quality medicine for pets and enjoys communicating with clients.
Technicians & Nursing Staff
The Veterinary Technology degree is an intensive program designed to teach nursing skills and technical aspects of patient care for various species. The curriculum varies with each program but usually offers courses in radiology, clinical laboratory/pathology classes, surgery, exotic animal medicine and pharmacology.
Once a degree program is completed, the person must then pass a state and national exam. Only after passing this rigorous exam can a person earn the credentials for a Certified Veterinary Technician in Illinois. Continuing education courses are required to maintain this license.
Kayla , A.A.S., CVT
Kayla graduated from Parkland Community College with an Associate's Degree in Veterinary Technology in 2005. After completing an externship with us, Kayla joined our staff in May 2005. She has a special interest in behavior medicine but enjoys her involvement with surgery, performing ultrasound cystocentesis, assisting in surgery and client education.
She lives with her husband, Adam and her 4 dogs, Debo, Tank, Whiz & Roscoe. They are the sweetest dogs you could ever meet. Kayla also has leopard geckoes and a beautiful pond full of fish as pets. She is no stranger to the specific care of exotic pets.
Kara has always wanted to work with animals. She received her certificate in Animal Behavior in 2012. She says she is awesome but her beagle, Chase is more awesome. We agree with her. She has learned that bearded dragons are pretty interesting pets. Kara assists the technicians with patient care and also works in client relations when needed. She joined our staff June of 2014.
Kara is currently working on her Associates in Animal Science and hopes to complete her degree in 2018. Once her degree is completed, she can take the exam to become a certified veterinary technician license. This is Chase in the picture and he is a Bears fan too.
Client Relations Staff
After many years of working in the car industry, Mark was able to pursue her love of animals and joined the staff at All Pets Veterinary Hospital in 2004. She works for the joy of being able to "puppynap" and "kittynap" the babies when they come in for exams. Mark helps socialize new patients with experiencing new people and help them learn that the veterinary hospital is not a place to be scared to come visit.
She and her husband, Larry live with the babies, Bella the golden retriever and Skip the kitty who thinks he is a dog. All are spoiled as much as possible.
Sandy joined our Client Relations team in 2009. She spent the years prior to joining us as a dedicated mom. Sandy helps to keep us organized and helps expedite patient care. We love her smile. Sandy and her husband, Brad have 2 malti-poos, Gunner and Hunter.
Steve cares for the dogs, cats, lizards, birds and rabbits that board with us. He has a special touch with animals and can make friends with just about any pet. He has been with All Pets since 2011. If your pet has boarded with us, chances are Steve has spoiled them! He lives in Peoria with his Chihuahua, Caspar.
Jessie has been a kennel care giver since 2015 with All Pets. She is a high school student who maintains excellent grades. Jessie is amazing with our patients and boarding animals. We can know the animals are in great hands with Jessie.
Fora has worked in the veterinary field for over 15 years. She started out as a veterinary assistant in Rockford, IL while pursuing her Bachelor's Degree of Science, focusing on biology. After completing her Bachelor's at Bradley University, she joined the staff at All Pets Veterinary Hospital in 1999.
Since then she has worked as a veterinary assistant and now is hospital manager. Fora feels that developing relationships with the patients and clients are one of the pleasures of her job. She is always participating in continuing education, learning about the best practices for patient care and client service.
Fora lives in Peoria with her husband, Matt, their daughters Rose & Lily, their dog, Daisy and cats, Pickle and Peppadew.