Dr. Christa Curtiss grew up in rural Colwich, Kansas where she discovered her interest in animals at an early age. During her first semester of college, her passion for animals was acknowledged and she was honored by being accepted into the early admission program at Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Agriculture-Veterinary Medicine in 2016 and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2018.
Dr. Curtiss's professional interests include pursuing zoo and exotic animal medicine, with a particular focus on avian species.
In addition to her love of veterinary medicine, Dr. Curtiss is a violinist of 15 years, and an amateur bird watcher. She also enjoys spending time with her mixed breed dog, Kanga.
Dr. Eric Walther is originally from Ponca City, Oklahoma where he attended the University of Central Oklahoma and received a bachelor's degree in Computer Science. After working in the computer industry and raising two children, he decided to apply to the Oklahoma State University Center for Veterinary Health Sciences where he graduated in 2018 as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Walther has professional interests in oncology and internal medicine and plans to pursue a residency following his rotating internship. In his free time, he enjoys throwing Frisbees to his Border Collies.
Ponca City, Oklahoma