Dr. Kuhn-Siegel, DVM
Veterinarian / Owner
Dr. Kuhn as a veterinarian she wishes to challenge the status quo by helping animals live the healthiest lives that they can. Her goals with this clinic to make the veterinary experience to be as kind and stress-free as possible for both patient and their fur parent (owner).
That is why she has started her behavior centered fear-free veterinary practice. Where one of our goals is for patients to like their vet and vet staff so that when they hurt we can treat them more quickly and effectively. This helps the veterinary team to get them on the way to health faster and easier.
Dr. Rachael is the owner and practicing veterinarian at Prairie Animal Hospital. She graduated with her bachelors in Science from Iowa State University and earned a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at Iowa State University’s Veterinary College in 2005.
After graduation, Dr. Rachael practiced veterinary medicine throughout the United States as a Navy wife. In 2011, Dr. Rachael and her family returned home to just outside Peoria, IL to be closer to her family.
In her “spare” time she loves to garden hike, ride her bike and go horseback riding with her three children and husband. She currently has six furry family members which include one dog (Charlie) and five cats (Marigold, Pierre, Peanut, Sister, and Bushy.)
Dr. Rachael loves preventative medicine and has a special interest in urgent care medicine.
Dr. Kuhn is proud to be Fear Free Certified.
Dr. Tiffany Bohlmann, DVM
Hannah (otherwise known as HB)
HB is proud to be Fear Free Certified.
Pet Services Coordinator
Erin is proud to be Fear Free Certified.
Lead Client Service Representative
Stori is one of our Client Coordinators here at Prairie. She was born and raised here in central Illinois. She is a fur mom to 4 german shepherds (Arko, Demi Jo, Grace, and Lilo). In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends.
Stori is proud to be Fear Free Certified.
Gabe is proud to be Fear Free Certified.
Spencer is 7 years young. He first bought this clinic by faking his heart disease and possibly contacting the TV lawyers, however he will not confirm or deny how he got his catnip treat money. He quit his first home and doc offered him a job saving him from boredom at the shelter. He definitely knows who owns the place. He has spent most of his life “working” as door greeter at the clinic or trying to steal patient’s treats. He has lots of experience with lots of other pets and treats them all with the same “are you going to eat that?” stare.
His hobbies include professional napping, disapproving stares, and eating as many times a day as possible. Garfield is his personal hero. When you come see us there’s a good chance he will be there to greet you in the lobby.
Sat: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month