Dr. Roger Dupuis

Dr. Roger Dupuis

Dr. Dupuis graduated from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary medicine in 1971 and practiced medicine for 44 years. He retired from active practice in 2015, but still assists with management and advice. He enjoys many outdoor activities, including golf, wakeboarding and snowmobiling (often with Dr. Faith). He and his wife Jackie have 2 cats, Scamper and Blazer. His favorite activity is spending time with his grandchildren, Ava and Elizabeth. Dr. Dupuis has provided dedicated service for years, both with veterinary and charity organizations. His proudest moment was helping to open a school in Ecuador as the president of the area Rotary. He has served on the University of Illinois College of Medicine Alumni Association Board of Directors for many years.

Dr. Christopher Dupuis

Dr. Christopher Dupuis

Dr. Dupuis attended the University of Illinois for undergraduate studies from 1995-1999 and the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine from 1999-2003. His professional interests include endocrinology and behavior management. In his free time he enjoys many outdoor activities, including wakeboarding, snowboarding, and playing golf. He is a member of the Auxiliary Board at UCAN, a youth organization in North Lawndale that works with disadvantaged children in Chicago. He is on the Alumni Board of the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine Alumni Association. Dr. Dupuis has a Boston Terrier named Lilly. Lilly's interests include begging the Wheatland staff for snacks at lunchtime and traveling to U of I for her medical visits with the neurologist and radiologist.

Dr. Brian Peters

Dr. Brian Peters

Dr. Brian Peters grew up on the Northwest side of Chicago, and graduated from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine in 2007. Dr. Peters is also a lecturer and clinical instructor for the Harper College Veterinary Assistant Program, and an advisory board member and volunteer veterinarian for Fox Valley Wildlife Center in Elburn, IL. His professional interests include cancer care and chemotherapy, dentistry, and non-invasive diagnostic medicine. In his free time, Dr. Peters enjoys traveling and running marathons. He is the proud owner of 3 Dachshunds, Jacob, Oliver, and Maizie, and a Himalayan cat named the Great Catsby.

Dr. Scott Faith

Dr. Scott Faith

Dr. Faith earned his Biology and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degrees at the University of Illinois from 1993 until 2000. He enjoys spending time at home with his wife, children, and their pets. Currently the household includes two Shih Tzu's, Ranger and Tonto, and two cats named Butler & Tuck. Dr. Faith is an avid traveler, spends time snowmobiling, and restoring classic Mustangs. Boy Scouting has been an important influence in Dr. Faith's life. He currently volunteers with Pack 5556 and Troop 222 in Naperville and encourages Boy and Girl Scouts throughout the area to visit the animal hospital.

Dr. Dave Reed

Dr. Dave Reed

Dr. Reed is from Iowa. He did his undergraduate work at Iowa State University from 1974-1976 before graduating from ISU Veterinary college in 1980. Upon moving to the Chicago area, Dr. Reed practiced in Wheaton before moving on to Naperville. Dr. Reed enjoys spending time with his daughter Alisha, reading, and numerous outdoor activities, especially biking and golf. Professionally, Dr. Reed enjoys all aspects of Veterinary Medicine, but is especially interested in surgery.

Dr. Margaret Drewno

Dr. Margaret Drewno

Dr. Drewno grew up in Naperville and attended North Central College for her undergraduate studies from 2008-2012. She graduated from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine in 2016 and received the AAHA award for proficiency in small animal primary care. Her professional interests include endocrinology, behavior, and dermatology. In her free time, Dr. Drewno enjoys traveling, golfing, hiking, and cooking.