Meet the friendly staff at K+K Veterinary Services!
Doctor Kaitlen Lawton-Betchel is originally from Lemoore, California. She graduated from Midwestern University in Arizona with her doctor of veterinary degree along with her business certificate. She started work as a veterinary assistant at the age of 15 and prior to veterinary school she worked in both emergency small animal medicine and in shelter medicine. She has extensive training in both small animal medicine as well as exotic animal medicine including reptiles, small mammals, fish, and birds. She has taken additional training courses in exotic medicine, ultrasound, dental procedures, communications, small animal nutrition, and small animal acupuncture. She is fear free certified and practices low stress handling along with pheromones, treats, and distraction tools to make your pets experience enjoyable. In her free time she enjoys playing piano, trail riding, and spending time with her husband, Nicholas Betchel.
Doctor Kayla McCrone is originally from Tucson, Arizona. She graduated from Midwestern University in Arizona with her doctor of veterinary degree along with her business certificate. Prior to veterinary school she worked as both an emergency small animal technician as well as a technician for a mixed animal and ambulatory practice. She has extensive training in large animal medicine, including equine and bovine reproduction, equine lameness, swine production, small animal emergency, small ruminant medicine, and much more. She has taken additional training courses in ultrasound, dental procedures, communications, and large animal acupuncture. She is fear free certified, practices low stress handling, and will make your pets experience the very best. In her free time she enjoys trail riding and training her baby horse.
Monday - Thursday:
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Concierge Medicine for Large Animals
Monday - Sunday:
By appointment only. 24 hour emergency call.
Monday - Thursday:
10:00 AM - 6:30 PM
No Exotic appointments
Call for Emergencies