Meet The Staff

Our Veterinarians:

Dr. Sheri Moellinger - Senior Veterinarian
     Dr. Sheri is a 198 graduate of the University of Missouri - College of Veterinary Medicine in Columbia, MO.  She has been involved in private practice in the Hermann, MO area for over 36 years.
     In 2010, she was approached by Carol Hanson our founder, asking her assistance in starting a Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic in Bland.
     Working with Carol and other key individuals, plans were made, patient protocols were developed, and PEP, Inc was born.
     Dr. Sheri continues to share her expertise in surgery and remains our lead veterinarian in charge.
     Besides working with PEP, Dr. Sheri continues to practice on a limited basis at her small  home-based clinic in Montgomery County.  Although no longer accepting new regular clients, she provides
veterinary services for Montgomery City Animal Shelter, Montgomery County Humane Society, the TNR group Ferals in Peril of Hermann, MO and other long time clients who have become good friends. 
     Dr. Sheri has been married to her husband, Duane "Bud" Moellinger for 39 years.  Together they travel, once or twice yearly, to South Dakota to provide volunteer Veterinary services to the Lakota people of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe.
          Dr. Sheri & Bud have one son who is married and has 4 small children.  They also have an
assortment of animals to care for at home including dogs, cats, horses, and llamas.
          Dr. Sheri enjoys a little time to relax with her hobbies of wood-carving and basketry.


Dr. Diana Krenning
          Dr. Diana Krenning was raised on a small farm near Taos, Missouri.  Graduating as valedictorian from Blair Oaks High School and furthering her education, Dr. Krenning graduated from the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine in 1995.
          After graduation Dr. Krenning worked at Sedalia Veterinary Center for two years but then took time away to raise her son Caleb and daughter Hallie.
          Once back to work Dr. Krenning took a position at Osage Regional Veterinary Clinic in Linn, Missouri where she worked as a small animal and cattle veterinarian for fourteen years.
          In 2015 Dr. Krenning started her farm call practive providing veterinarian care for livestock and pets.  In addition to her farm call practice, Dr. Krenning currently works as a veterinary surgeon for us here at Protect Every Pet.

Our Staff:

Donna Stough - Office Manager
Office Manager and Co-Founder Donna Stough was born in Belleville, IL and graduated from Belleville Township High School West in 1981.  She enlisted in the United States Marine Corps fifteen days after high school graduation and after serving twenty four years, Donna retired a Master Sergeant.  She and her husband Johnny, retired Gunnery Sergeant, have been married thirty seven years and moved to Belle where her husband Johnny was born and raised.  Choosing career over family, Johnny and Donna have enjoyed the company of domestic animals.  The PEP spay/neuter clinic has been a very rewarding experience and a great challenge to gain the attention of people to spay and neuter.  Donna has several hobbies and interests including traveling.

Dea Asher - Office Help

Laura Vonk - Bookkeeper/Grant Writer

Lois Schuerman - Surgery Tech Manager

Linda De Braal - Surgery Tech

Phyllis Frederick - Prep Tech

Carla Graham - Prep Tech

Jerre Purvis - Animal Check Out

Our Clinic Cats:

Donna is our Office Manager but Gracie would beg to differ.  As you can see here, she keeps a close eye on the staff to keep us all in line.

Gracie came to us in about 2017.   Similarly to Butterball, she ended up becoming our clinic cat due to health issues the owner couldn't afford to keep up with.  Her skin allergies were so bad she was almost bald on over half her body.  Other duties she performs here at the clinic include sitting on all the male client's laps to make them feel welcome, keeping purses and coats warm by laying on them when not in use, and grudgingly showing Butterball the ropes around here.

Butterball came to us in 2018.  She has skin allergy issues as well as being quite a bit overweight.  Due to the cost of medicines to keep her allergies under control, her owner couldn't afford to take care of her.  We kept her here at the clinic, trying to find a new home for her, (which we normally aren't involved in but this was a special case) but everyone fell in love with her so, she in now our second office cat.  Her original name was Buttercup but due to her weight issues, she has affectionally been nicknamed Butterball instead.