Meet our dedicated veterinary team!
The veterinarians and team at Chippewa Animal Hospital are here to help your pets feel better! We’ve been proudly serving the Dutchtown St. Louis area for nearly 40 years. Our goal is to practice high-quality, compassionate service. We not only want our pet patients to thrive, but we also want to have well- informed, satisfied clients that feel we are a valuable asset to the health of their pets.
Dr. Tom Goss
In his nearly 20 years of practice, Dr. Goss has treated a variety of animals, ranging from horses and cattle to pocket pets and dogs and cats. At one point, he had the opportunity to treat a young lion, a yak, and a capuchin monkey. That was early in his career, though, and today he is happy to stick with dogs, cats, rabbits and other small pets like guinea pigs and hamsters.
A 21-year resident of St. Louis, he has practiced all over the metropolitan area, and was thrilled to join Chippewa Animal Hospital in 2017. Married since 1985 to Linda Silver, he has two grown children (Caoilinn and Adam) and a Newfoundland Labrador cross named Rufus T. Firefly. In his spare time he likes to garden and write novels.
Dr. Julie Nadeau
Registered Veterinary Technician
Kendra White, RVT is a 1992 graduate of Jefferson College veterinary technician program. After her internship started elsewhere in 1991 and working at a couple of other animal hospitals that just did not have the right fit for her, she started working at Chippewa Animal hospital in March 1994. She is happily married with two step children. She enjoys spending her time off with her husband and their furry and feathered family.
Annette started working at Chippewa Animal Hospital in September of 1994 as a kennel worker. From there she learned how to take x-rays, assist in surgery, work in lab and now is a receptionist. She has enjoyed every position that she has worked. She has 2 grown children and 3 dogs, although at one point in time she had 4 dogs, 4 cats, a guinea pig, a gecko, a set of cockatiels, and a pair of love birds so you never know what else could come into her home. She loves her job and hopes to be here until she retires.
Kim Wolfe is a receptionist at Chippewa Animal Hospital. She has worked here since 2006. Kim is a mother, soon to be grandmother, and loves animals. She is the proud owner of a rescue cat named “Carter.” Kim enjoys Cardinals baseball, binge watching good TV, reading, and music. Of course, her love for animals is undeniable!
Certified Veterinary Technician