Dr. Gwen Schlueter
Dr. Gwen Schlueter was born and raised in the St. Louis area. She attended high school at Bishop Dubourg, undergraduate at Rockhurst University and went on to achieve her doctorate at the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Schlueter opened Romaine Creek Veterinary Center in August 2008. Her goal was to have a full service facility for owners convenience as well as having specialists available in surgery, dentistry and ultrasonography. Dr Schlueter is a strong advocate of Remote Area Veterinary Services (RAVS). She has worked with the Sioux on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, which is the most poverty stricken area in this country. When she is stuck at home she enjoys cooking new recipes and snuggling with her rescue felines Minnie and Kris Kringle.
Christina graduated from Jefferson College's Veterinary Technician program in 2012. She interned at Romaine creek during school and was hired after graduation. Christina loves to travel, go to Cardinal's games, bass fishing, and spend time with her family. Christina has one beloved cat named Nova.
Sam recently graduated from the Veterinary Technician program at Jefferson College. She has one dog named Bayla and 3 cats named Spott, Lilly and Tyra. Previously, Sam volunteered at Open Door Animal Sanctuary.
Samantha graduated from the Vet Tech Institute at Hickey College in September 2017. She has two dogs and one cat. She enjoys spending time with her animals and napping.
Brittanee graduated from the Vet Tech Institute at Hickey College in September of 2017. Brittanee has one dog named Bonnibel, and three ferrets. She enjoys drawing, listening to music, and being with her family.
Shelbi recently graduated from Animal Behavior College as a Certified Dog Trainer. She has two dogs, Penny and Lincoln and a cat, Paisley. She hopes to one day use her knowledge in animal behavior to rehabilitate homeless dogs and help them to become more adoptable.
Chris is currently a senior at Affton High School and is planning on attending Mizzou next year to study biology, then going on to become a veterinarian. He has dog, a husky mix named Benji.
Debi's menagerie(4 dogs & 2 cats) was one of our first clients. After 35 years at Anheuser-Busch, she retired. But her love for animals prompted her to reach out to Dr.Gwen & ask to volunteer. Dr.Gwen said, "Yes"! Now Debi spends her time helping at the clinic, enjoying retirement with her husband, Joe, and, best of all, being "Nonna" to her grandson, Henry.
Abbey graduated from Hilssboro Highschool. She is now going to attend Jefferson College to become a veterinary nurse. She enjoys traveling (has been to all 48 continental states) and spending time with her dog.
Judy is our groomer. Judy started her animal career at the Humane Society of MO from 2001-2004.After that she went on to PetsMart where she started off as a bather,eventually going on to their grooming school. She has been grooming for 11 years at various locations. She has also been a pet sitter, dog walker and worked in doggie daycare for 5 years. She also volunteers for a local animal rescue. As you can see, animals have always been a love of hers.
Samantha has been working at RCVC since it opened in August 2008. She earned her bachelor's degree from Missouri Baptist University in 2011. She has 1 dog and 1 cat of her own: Noel and Drew.
Becca graduated from Jefferson College with a degree in Veterinary Technology in 2006. After graduation she took a position in the anesthesia department at Mizzou’s College of Veterinary Medicine. She received advanced training in anesthesia and surgery and worked teaching third and fourth year Veterinary students. She moved several times in the past ten years, maintaining positions at several referral and emergency clinics. She is happy to be back home in St. Louis and working with Dr. Gwen in surgery. She currently lives in Ballwin with her husband Mike, two kids, two dogs (Fiona and LuLu) and cat Dave.