Experienced veterinarian Dr. Brad Lingenfelter recently expanded his facility, A Plus Animal Hospital, located in Reno, Nevada. Dr. Lingenfelter has an accomplished history in the field of veterinary medicine. Educated at the University of Nevada, Reno, and The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, he opened his first veterinary clinic in 1988. Since then, he has expanded and relocated his successful practice, A Plus Animal Hospital, located in Reno, Nevada.
Four other veterinarians have joined Dr. Lingenfelter to work at A Plus Animal Hospital. Dr. Roger Works brings over 25 years of experience as a veterinarian to his position at A Plus Animal Hospital, after having graduated from Colorado State University’s veterinary program. Dr. Amy Gallagher has belonged to the hospital’s veterinary team since 2005, and enjoys scuba diving, horseback riding, and gardening in her free time. Dr. Jody Hicks has 10 years of experience in the veterinary field and came to A Plus Animal Hospital after practicing in Livermore, California, before relocating to Reno. Dr. Kayla Cobb is particularly pleased to be part of the hospital’s veterinary team. She began working for the practice in 2000 as a receptionist, and since then has earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Washington State University.
The staff of A Plus Animal Hospital regularly give their time in community service. As veterinarians, they work to help animals and their owners every day in their jobs, but they also go outside the required parameters of their profession to offer their free time to their neighbors. Dr. Works enjoys spending time with his family in 4-H clubs and the Nevada Junior Livestock program. Dr. Lingenfelter, A Plus Animal Hospital’s founder, regularly volunteers as an Auctioneer for both programs. He is also a regular donor to the Reno Philharmonic and belongs to AAUN (Athletic Association, University of Nevada, Inc.). Dr. Lingenfelter has also volunteered with the SPCA of Northern Nevada veterinary spay and neuter program, the Nevada Humane Society veterinary assistance program, and the High Sierra Animal Rescue veterinary program.