Scott Moline, DVM

Dr. Scott Moline grew up on a crop farm in Rolfe, Iowa. Following his small-town upbringing, Scott attended Iowa State University for both his undergraduate and professional degrees. He graduated from the Iowa State veterinary program in 1986 and from there travelled to South Carolina where he practiced for two years as a mixed animal vet.

Scott came to Indianola and Kindness Pet Clinic in 1991 and has been here ever since. He has two children, two dogs, and two cats.

Jayne Tabor, DVM

Dr. Jayne Tabor is from Webster City, Iowa. She received her Bachelor’s of Science from Iowa State and then progressed to the Iowa State University veterinary program. Jayne graduated in 1986 and has used her degree to practice in South Carolina and Des Moines before settling in Indianola.

Jayne and Scott purchased Kindness Pet Clinic in 1991 and have been running it together since then. She has two children, two dogs, and two cats and a horse.

Haley Roecker, DVM

If Dr. Roecker looks familiar to you, it’s because she has returned to Kindness Pet Clinic after getting her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Iowa State College of Veterinary Medicine. After graduating from Indianola High School Dr. Roecker completed her undergraduate studies at Simpson College. It was during her time at Simpson College that worked as a Veterinary Assistant here at Kindness Pet Clinic.

Dr. Moline and Dr. Tabor are excited Dr. Roecker has joined Kindness Pet Clinic as our new Associate Veterinarian!

Heather

Heather has a degree in Animal Health Technology from Kirkwood Community College and passed her Iowa state veterinary technician board test in the summer of 2012.

She’s always had poultry and enjoyed showing them at the fair. Her hobbies include canoeing, fishing, being outdoors, and cooking.

Heather has a rooster named Jesse, two ducks, and a sassy cat.

Ashley

Ashley has worked at Kindness Pet Clinic since January of 2012. She is the proud mother of two wonderful kids and a cat named Orion.

Ashley is involved in her church and enjoys attending animal charity events. This fall she is going back to college to earn her bachelor’s degree.

Karmin

Karmin majored in Environmental Science and Philosophy at Simpson College. While there, she studied abroad in Madagascar, Ecuador, and The Galapagos Islands. She has also volunteered doing wildlife education programs.

She loves all things nerdy, and in her free time, she enjoys snuggling on the couch with her dog and husband watching movies and football.