Kenneth Shuler, Jr is a graduate of the UGA School of Veterinary Medicine with his Bachelor and Masters degrees from Clemson University. He enjoys golfing, fishing, football, and managing wildlife on the family farm in Vance.
Heather Shuler is also a graduate of the UGA School of Veterinary Medicine with her Bachelor degree from Clemson University. She enjoys reading, football, and being with friends.
The doctors met while attending Clemson. They went on to veterinary school together and were married after freshman year. They spent the next three years in classes together, even being called upon by professors as a unit! They now enjoy working together and coaching youth sports together. They have two daughters, Savannah and Riley, which you may see around the office learning the ropes. One old Tennessee Walking Horse and four dogs, Marlin, Blue, Bucky, and MacKensie round out the family.
Deborah Breland is a graduate of Tuskegee School of Veterinary Medicine with her Bachelor degree from Auburn University. She enjoys reading, antiquing, renovating her old home with her husband, who is also a TUSVM graduate, and spending time with their daughter. Dr. Breland enjoys not only seeing cats and dogs but she also sees pocket pets (hamsters, guinea pigs, mice, rats, and ferrets). At home she has two dogs, Hoss and Josie Kate along with 3 cats, Petunia, Pansy and Big Girl.
Meagan Kizer is a graduate of Mississippi State University with her Bachelor degree from Clemson University. She enjoys Clemson Football, spending time with friends, and going to the beach. At home, she has two cats Nala and Lily.
Dr. Lindsey Zachary became an associate veterinarian at Lone Peak Veterinary Hospital in 2022. She grew up in Lake Havasu City, Arizona where her passion for being in the veterinary field started by working as a kennel assistant at a local clinic. She then graduated with her bachelor’s in Veterinary Science at the University of Arizona in Tucson in 2017, followed by her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at Oregon State University in June of 2022. During her undergraduate and graduate degree programs, Lindsey worked as a receptionist and assistant at multiple veterinary clinics furthering her experience in the field. Lindsey’s love for veterinary medicine comes from strengthening the human-animal bond by helping people better understand and care for their pets. Her special interests include the care of senior pets, surgery, and dentistry.
Lindsey moved to Utah with her husband, Jake, and their 3 pets: Pepper, Harper, and Ace. Pepper is a Labrador retriever that loves going on hikes while the two cats, Ace and Harper, favor lounging at home. When she isn't at work, Lindsey enjoys exploring Utah with her husband and dog, catching up on her favorite TV shows with her cats, and personal fitness.