Dr. Dave Conrad
Dave Conrad is a 1976 graduate of Purdue's School of Veterinary Medicine. He has practiced at Decatur Veterinary Hospital since 1989. Areas of interest are small animal medicine and surgery as well as food animal medicine and surgery. He and his wife Teri are owned by two cats; Wally and Blackey. Dave and Teri are the grandparents of 7.
Dr. Cody Anspach
Cody Anspach is a 2016 graduate of Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Anspach Grew up on a small farm in north central Indiana. Cody currently lives in Berne with his wife Kala and their two dogs, Dani the Great Dane and Hank the chocolate lab. In Cody's spare time he enjoys hunting, fishing, camping, woodworking, and going to livestock shows. In his last year at Purdue, Dr. Anspach received the Proficiency in Theriogenology award and the Excellence in Bovine Medicine and Surgery Award. Dr. Anspach's special interests include cattle reproduction, production records analysis, and small animal endocrinology.
Dr. John Huseman
Dr. John Huseman grew up on a small dairy farm in northwest Indiana. He graduated from Purdue in 1977 with a B.S. in agriculture and a degree in Veterinary Medicine. Upon graduation he moved to Bluffton with his wife and daughter to work for the Bluffton Animal Clinic, LLC where he worked primarily with cattle and swine. Over time he has transitioned his energy to where today he works primarily on small animal general medicine and surgery. His special interests include surgery, dermatology and pet obesity. Dr. Huseman is a member of the IVMA, AVMA and is currently president of the Purdue Extension advisory board.
Dr. Huseman has three married children and six grandchildren. In addition to his family he enjoys bicycling, fishing, Purdue sports, bridge and reading. Dr. Huseman has two dogs, Boston terriers Buster and Bella.
Dr. Acacia Suhrer
Dr. Suhrer is a 2018 graduate of Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine. She grew up on a livestock and grain farm in Wells County, where she currently lives with her husband Jim and Zenni the Great Dane. When she isn’t working, Acacia enjoys spending time riding horses, raising livestock, kayaking, photography, and traveling the world with her husband. In her last year at Purdue, Dr. Suhrer received the Proficiency Award in Large Animal Medicine. Dr. Suhrer’s special interests are small ruminant medicine and reproduction, emergency care, and large/small animal surgery.