Meet The Team
Dr. Dayton Williams, DVM
Dr. Williams was raised on a farm outside of Madison, South Dakota. As a child he would take care of any injured wildlife that would venture into his yard. From deer to ducks as well as pheasants.
In 1986 Dr. Williams graduated from Iowa State University with a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. After graduating he interned at the Kansas City Zoo, in Kansas City, Missouri, as well as the Houston Zoom, in Houston, Texas. After his internships he started in Marshall, Minnesota at a mixed animal hospital.
After 4 years in two different clinics Dr. Williams started working at the Great Plains Zoo in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, where he was the vet for 25 years.
In 1990 Dr. Williams opened All-Animal Pet Hospital while still working at Great Plains Zoo. Unfortunately in 2010 Dr. Williams developed an allergy to birds, therefore, he had to discontinue working at the zoo. However, that does not stop him from seeing all the other exotic pets.
Our Vet Techs
Abby has been working at All-Animal Pet Hospital since 2016. Abby graduated in 2013 and interned at the Great Plains Zoo, after school she went into large animal. After working with exotics at the zoo as well as All-Animal Abby has fallen in love with reptiles. Abby is the clinic's go to person for reptiles and is very knowledgeable.
Lisa started at All-Animal Pet Hospital in 2019. Graduating from Broadview University with an associate degree in Business Administration. She has always had a love for animals, and having a business degree is not stopping her from fulfilling her dream.
Faith started at All-Animal Pet Hospital in February of 2021. She graduated from Western Iowa Tech with an Associates degree as a Veterinary Assistant. She had always had a love for animals starting at a very young age. She knew that working with animals was going to be her passion. She has two pets at home that she adores. Her hobbies are going on long walks with her dog and camping. Her favorite part about her job is caring for the animals and watching them grow into their own personalities.