Doctors | Staff

  • Dr. Dan Otto
    Dr. Dan Otto Veterinarian

    Dr. Dan Otto was inspired to become a veterinarian by his father, Dr. L.K. Otto, who was a veterinarian in Arlington for many years. Dr. Otto earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Kansas State University in 1978, and his DVM (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine) degree from Kansas State in 1983. Currently, he belongs to the AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association), NVMA (Nebraska Veterinary Medical Association), KVMA (Kansas Veterinary Medical Association).. Dr. Otto has been active on various community and church-related boards, such as the Community Hospital of McCook board, and the Board of Trustees. He has a wife, Melinda, and three grown children, Megan, Brian, and Jeffrey and one granddaughter Opal. He also has three pets of his own, including his dog, Toby, and two cats, Frankenstein and Oreo. Dr. Otto’s love of animals shows through in the set of principles on which he practices.

    “My goal is to use any means available to minimize the pain of the animal,” Dr. Otto says, “Before you tell people what you know, you need to show them how much you care.”

  • Dr. Jody Jones
    Dr. Jody Jones Veterinarian

    Dr. Jody Jones is originally from Sargent, Nebraska. She attended UNL, earning her bachelor’s degree in animal science, then graduated from Kansas State where she received her doctorate in veterinary medicine. Dr. Jones began her career as a veterinarian in 2002 at a mixed animal practice in Iowa before moving back to Nebraska in 2005. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and their two cats, as well as attending Husker football and volleyball games.

  • Dr. Glen Lore
    Dr. Glen Lore Veterinarian

    My undergraduate study was at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln.
    I received my Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine From Colorado State University. I owned and operated a two Doctor mixed Veterinary Practice in western Nebraska. The Animal Health Center focused on the care of the community’s family pets as well as livestock production agriculture.

    I had the opportunity to oversee healthcare at the Panhandle Humane Shelter where we operated a “Feral Cat” program. We captured and released over 1500 feral cats in a three-year period.

    In more recent years I have been engaged in relief work in Small Animal Veterinary Practices in Nebraska and Colorado.

    My wife Dianne and I are very excited and pleased to be back in the wonderful community of Lincoln.