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Blake Hawkins DVM is a 1994 University of Missouri Columbia School of Veterinary Medicine graduate. He is a native of Russellville, Arkansas where he attended Arkansas Tech University prior to veterinary school. He cofounded Tri-County Veterinary Services in 1995 with wife and partner Jeanne Strackbein DVM. His preferred interests are small animal medicine, equine lameness, equine dental, and limited cattle work. Dr Blake is a lifelong horseman with noteable accomplishments in different events. He is currently an avid and active teamroper.
Jeanne Strackbein DVM is a 1995 graduate of University of Missouri Columbia School of Veterinary Medicine. She is a Texas transplant who grew up in rural Hartman, Arkansas on a sheep, goat and cattle farm. Dr Jeanne graduated Westside High School in 1985 and attended Arkansas Tech University prior to veterinary school. Her preferred interests are small animal surgery and equine reproduction. She and Dr Hawkins are married for 22 years now and have 3 sons - Dakota, Carson, and Remington. She is an accomplished horsewoman in a variety of fields with numerous awards, and is currently an active teamroper
Josieane Robison DVM is a 2009 graduate of the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine. She is a Louisiana transplant to Dover, Arkansas by way of Tennessee. Her primary interest is companion animal medicine, companion animal preventive health care, and geriatric care. Dr Josie enjoys outdoor hobbies and is proudly owned by 1 cat, 3 dogs, and 1 ornery horse.