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Dr.William Collins received his doctorate in veterinary medicine from The Ohio State University and has served as a practicing veterinarian in Lincoln since 1986.
Dr. Collins demonstrated his bent for his chosen profession in a series of progessively more responsible positions at a Lincoln Veterinary clinic during his undergraduate years at the University of Nebraska.
He continues to demonstrate his concern for animals by taking a leadership role in the issue of pet overpopulation by pioneering early age spays and neuters in Lincoln and Lancaster County.
Dr. Collins and Dr. Fry have been married since 1986. They enjoy spending time with their 2 daughters and their families, especially their grandson, Easton.
In his spare time Dr. Collins enjoys gardening, travel, and golf.
Dr. Lynn Fry has also been practicing since 1986. She began her career providing relief services at area veterinary clinics, while working at Capital Humane Society.
A native of West Virginia, Dr. Fry graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in biology from Concord University, Athens, WV and with a doctorate in veterinary medicine from The Ohio State University.
Like other staff members, Dr. Fry's love of animals, and deep-seeded desire to help pets and their owners share long, enjoyable relationships, has been a driving force in her career.
Beyond her work at Antelope Creek Veterinary Healthcare Center, she served as a consulting veterinarian at Capital Humane Society for many years; caring for and meeting the needs of Lincoln's less fortunate animals.
Dr. Fry enjoys quilting, gardening and babysitting her grandson.
In addition, she likes to throw a tennis ball for her and Dr. Collins' Irish setter, Conor.
Dr. Dane Terhune launched his veterinary career in Des Moines, Iowa after earning his Bachelor's degree from The University of Nebraska at Lincoln and his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Iowa State University in 1988. He returned to Lincoln, his home town, in 1990 to fill an associate position at a respected veterinary hospital.
In early 1999, Dr. Terhune joined the professional team at Antelope Creek where he has continued his dedication to practicing high quality veterinary medicine and surgery. He endorses client education and preventive health care for our companion animals.
Dr. Terhune enjoys attending and participating in sports and is involved in church and community outreach programs. Any other free time he spends with his family, friends and pets, but not necessarily in that order.
Dr. Margarita Perez received her Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Nebraska Wesleyan University. In 2009, she graduated from Iowa State University with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. After taking care of her terminally ill mother, Dr. Perez started practicing emergency medicine and shelter medicine in 2011.
Dr. Perez is interested in general medicine, palliative care and feline medicine. She is a member of the American Animal Hospital Association, the American Veterinary Medical Association, and the American Association of Feline Practitioners.
Dr. Perez is married to her best friend, Hari, and they share their home with two black cats, a female named Nefertiti, and a male named Buckbeak (a.k.a. Dr. Buckbeak Jones). She enjoys spending time with her family, playing Words with Friends, and reading about the supreme court.