Meet Our Team

Dr. William Morland graduated from Kansas State University in 1970 with a doctorate in veterinary medicine. He and his wife, Dr. Laura Morland, founded the hospital in 1974. Dr. Morland is a large-animal practitioner. He also owns the Flying M Ranch. He enjoys working with his own cattle and back grounding calves. His pets other than his cattle include two Cairn terriers Dandy & Teddy.

Dr. Laura Morland graduated from Kansas State University in 1971 with a doctorate in veterinary medicine. Dr. Morland is very involved in her community. She has four children and three grandchildren. In her spare time she enjoys being a grandma.

Dr. Kristal Endicott-Holder graduated in 1998 from the University of Missouri with a doctorate in veterinary medicine. Dr. Holder joined the staff right after graduation. She is a mixed practitioner, enjoying many aspects of both large and small animal medicine. In her spare time she can be found helping Dr. Morland at the Flying M Ranch. Dr. Holder and her husband Troy share their home with two dogs: Sassy, a Cairn Terrier, and Zoey a French Bulldog. They also have six cats.

Dr. Donald Sotta graduated in 1988 from Kansas State University with a doctorate in veterinary medicine. He joined the staff in 1992. Donnie is a general practitioner. He and his wife Brenda have five children.

Dr. Katie McClaskey  She graduated from Kansas State University in 2013 with a doctorate in veterinary medicine.  Dr. McClaskey is a mixed animal practitioner with an emphasis in Equine.  In her spare time she enjoys showing American Quarter Horses and riding.  She owns five horses (Dot, Annie, Rocky, Aubry & Gucci), a flock of sheep, and two Minature Schnauzers named Sophie & Grace.

Jana Callaway graduated from Colby Community College in 1978 with a Veterinary Technician degree. Jana started at the hospital right after graduating. Jana and her husband Aaron have three children, three granddaughters and a grandson.

Richard Farley came to the hospital in 1985. He started out as part-time kennel help and has since worked his way up to groomer. With more than 25 years of grooming under his belt, he has built up a large clientele. In his spare time Richard enjoys riding his motorcycle. He shares his home with a cat (C.J.).

Becky Mengarelli joined the staff in 2003. She gained her animal knowledge by working 11 years at a humane society. She has been trained on the job to be a Veterinary Technician. In her spare time she enjoys several hobbies, including art, photography. Becky and her husband Darin share their small farm with a standard Poodle (Sookie), several cats, goats and a pony.

Jessica Woods came to the hospital in 2017 as the Receptionist. She shares her home with 5 dogs (Sammy, Gidget, Cooper, April and Hamster), and 5 cats. In her spare time she can be found spending time with her family or her animals. 

Marty Crystal came to the hospital in 2008 as a large animal assistant.  He gained his experience with large animals by working at another veterinary practice for the last 14 years and working at the Ft. Scott sale barn since the age of 14.  When he has a spare moment you can usually find him fishing. Marty and his wife Jolene have 3 daughters: Raylene, Kaylyn, and Callie.

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Wednesday:

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Saturday:

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  • "Excellence, compassion. great care and kindness. The best veterinary care anywhere around or within 200 miles in any direction. You will not be disappointed going here. They go out of their way to help all the animals brought into their office and are thoroughly up to date on all procedures. If they fear any treatment will harm your pet they will not perform but refer you. Their first and foremost concern is the wellness and safety of all the animals in their care. Everyone working there is professional and kind and concerning. They deserve no less than five stars. This is the treatment your pet receives."
    Sharon J. Girard, KS

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