At Horizon Veterinary Service each of the doctors bring to the team their unique experience, knowledge, and interests. Our veterinarians work closely together to meet the various needs of our patients.
Dawn Frank, DVM
Dr. Dawn Frank is a 1982 graduate of Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine. From 1982 until 1989 she worked as a veterinarian in a mixed animal practice in Wakarusa, Indiana, and later in the Community Service Practice at Purdue University, where she restarted the equine ambulatory program. In 1990 Dr. Frank opened a solo practice in her home in Brookston, Indiana. The practice moved to its current location in Delphi two years later. From 1992 until 2010 she served as the secretary for the Indiana Association of Equine Practitioners. Dr. Frank has served on the Indiana Veterinary Licensing Board, Indiana Animal Disease Diagnostic Lab Advisory Board and the Purdue Department of Animal Science Advisory Board. In her spare time, Dr. Frank enjoys golfing with her husband David Schneider, a teacher at Klondike Middle School. She also enjoys reading, puttering around in the garden and being mentored by their 2 cats, dog, horses and "Mimi" the chicken. She feels blessed to be a member of a profession that according to Dr. James Herriot allows her to "match the science with the soul."
Angie Okos, DVM
Dr. Okos graduated from Veterinary School Purdue University in 2005. She spent her first year after graduation working with both large and small animals at a mixed animal practice in Rockville, Indiana. She then moved to Southern California to work in the medical device industry at a cardiac/critical care company. While in California Dr. Okos continued to work at various small animal clinics on the weekends and then transitioned back to full-time traditional veterinary practice. In 2010 Dr. Okos moved back to her hometown in Indiana. Dr. Okos holds a certificate in small animal ultrasound from the University of Illinois, and enjoys using this tool to help diagnosis cases. When she is not working she and her husband Wes enjoy dirt biking, spending time with their sweet heart dog " Diesel" and a variety of outdoor activities.
Dr. Susan Stuart is a graduate of North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Stuart practiced feline medicine exclusively for the first two and half years following graduation. Since 1993 she has been mainly interested in small animal emergency medicine and critical care. Beyond veterinary medicine, she likes spending time with her four children and husband, Dr. Jan Jawkins (a large animal surgeon at Purdue Veterinary Teaching Hospital). Dr. Stuart's family also includes a mini farm which includes a cow, two donkeys, a horse, four cats, six dogs and a barn full of bunnies. (She may be called Dr. McDonald, ha-ha). In addition, she enjoys travel, gardening and scrapbooking.