Jennifer Whitbeck, DVM
Dr. Whitbeck believes in partnering with pet owners, listening to their concerns, and educating them about their pet's health. She attended Veterinary School at Colorado State University, receiving the prestigious Health Professions Scholarship through the United States Army. After graduating Veterinary School in 2007, she spent 3 years on active duty stationed at Fort Huachuca, AZ. As part of the Public Health Command she provided medical care to Soldiers' pets as well as hundreds of working dogs and horses belonging to the Military, Border Patrol, Forest Service, and Secret Service. The military provided Dr. Whitbeck the opportunity to train with specialists in veterinary surgery, anesthesia, internal medicine, dentistry, and emergency medicine meaning Dr. Whitbeck is up to date on the best medicine available to animals. Dr. Whitbeck now lives on a small farm in Clarksville with her husband, Chuck and their four children, dogs, cats, horses, chickens, and ducks. She is excited to bring a new option for full service veterinary care to Clarksville, Montgomery County, and Fort Campbell.
Sarah Johnston, DVM
Dr. Johnston believes that every pet brings a special bond to each family. It is her goal to provide the best health care to each important pet by listening and partnering with owners to keep pets healthy. She attended Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine, receiving the prestigious Veterinary Compassion Award in 2014. Her passion is to reach communities that are in need of veterinary care and has led her to participate in humanitarian efforts in Nicaragua and Peru. After graduating Veterinary School in 2014, she came to Clarksville to work as a veterinarian at Fort Campbell Veterinary Center. Continuing to pursue her passion to serve the surrounding community she joined Sango Veterinary Hospital's team in 2015. Dr. Johnston currently lives in Clarksville with her two dogs, Frida and Sebastian.
Chuck Whitbeck, Veterinary Practice Manager
Recently retired from the US Army after 22 years of service, Chuck needed to find a new endeavor to stay busy. He's always had an interest in the medical field and initially joined the military as a medic. He later went on to flight school and finished his successful career with unmanned aircraft (drones). Chuck enjoys hunting, fishing, and spending time with his four children. Chuck also enjoys building and tapped into his skills to design and build the Sango Veterinary Hospital. The animal clinic was built with comfort in mind and offers a welcoming feel where you can feel right at home.
Jordan, Veterinary Assistant
Jordan has been around the veterinary field all her life and has experience with cats and dogs as well as horses, alpacas, birds, and small mammals. She is currently working towards her associate degree in Veterinary Technology from Penn Foster College. Jordan has a special interest in animal behavior and emergency care. At home, Jordan enjoys training her two horses, taking her dog Madison to the swim in the Cumberland, or reading to her kitty Aspen.
Jamie, Veterinary Assistant
Cindy, Patient Care
Cindy ensures that your pet is loved, has a warm blanket, food and water, and gets a long walk while they are in our care. She sits with them as they wake up from surgery, blow dries and combs their faces after dental cleanings, and comforts them during procedures. Cindy ensures every furry family member is treated like one of her own.