Our Team

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Our Team

Debbie, Office Manager

In the past I have worked in small animal practices for about 10 years as a Registered Veterinary Technician. From 1999 to December 2013 I owned Animal House Pet Sitting, an in-home pet sitting service.  My husband and I own and operate a cow/calf operation. On our farm besides having the cows we also have chickens, donkeys, horses, a barn cat and 3 dogs.

In my spare time I train and show in both obedience and herding trials. I enjoy many outdoor activities from being with my dogs and husband to hunting, fishing and target shooting. I also enjoy gardening and canning.

I look forward to meeting you and your pets.

(We think Debbie is an amazing office manager and front desk receptionist! She is a great addition to our team.  Her bright smile and cheerful personality make everyone who calls or comes in our door feel welcome.  Her past experience as a veterinary technician makes her valuable in the exam room assisting Dr Leonard as well.  He experience with our therapies such as nutritional adjustments, supplements, and acupuncture and chiropractic for her own dogs make her a strong advocate for these methods. You can always ask her about her results, she’s happy to talk about them.




 Bailey Romi, Veterinary Assistant

Bailey recently joined us part-time.  She currently also works for Raymore Animal Control and will soon begin her studies to become a Veterinary Technician.  She lives with her asthmatic Schnauzer and seizure-prone kitten.  She has past experience as a veterinary assistant and volunteers at Lakeside Nature Center in the wildlife rehab department.  

Her favorite part of working in veterinary medicine is the variety of cases and animals seen–never a dull moment!  She hopes eventually to work in animal rescue.  

We look forward to getting to know Bailey better and watching her grow her skills in the field!


Beau, Feline Supervisor and Break Room Attendant

Beau is a former stray who came to us when we opened in 2014.  His face tells the story of the hard life of a stray cat with frost-bitten ears, broken teeth, and various scars including his right pupil.   

He has learned that living the life of a veterinary clinic mascot is much better than his previous one.    His skills include knocking small objects off counters, keeping the dogs in line, and warming laps.

If you’re missing a syringe or ball-point pen, ask Beau where it is.  He won’t tell you, but it will make you feel like you’ve done something about it.

His hobbies include food, treats, “making biscuits”, and tormenting small dogs.  He has a minor addiction to catnip-infused toys.

Whole Health Pet Center
18011 E St. Rte 58
Raymore, MO 64083

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