There are a lot of things that we are proud of here at Barrett Station Veterinary Clinic, but we are by far the most proud of our amazing team of Veterinarians, Technicians, and Reception staff.  From the moment you walk through our front door until your visit is complete, you will be in the hands of the best in the business.  Our patient-first approach and office culture are second-to-none.  Our clinic is big enough to serve you, yet small enough to know you.

Click on a member of our staff below to get to know them a little better!

Our Veterinarians

I’m an Oakville native and both my bachelor’s in Animal Science and veterinary degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia. The Pletz household is home to two boys, one cat, three dogs, and a mix of fish. I became partner at BSVC in 2014 and in 2019 am glad to continue our service to clients as the new owner.

Dr. John Pletz, D.V.M.

I’m from Springfield IL, I love the outdoors and our four cats – and we’re bringing home a poodle puppy soon! My favorite things about working at Barrett Station are we have the best team who can make even a stressful day fun, and with veterinary medicine there are always new challenges.

Dr. Amy Maddin, D.V.M.

I studied and practiced veterinary medicine in Portland, Seattle, and L.A. before moving to STL in 2014. I enjoy singing with the Women’s Hope Choral and time with my three children, husband, and two cats – one senior and one energetic juvenile. I respect the culture of quality medicine at BSVC, and my coworkers, patients, and their owners have become a second family.

Dr. Anne Wieland, D.V.M.

I am from right here in Ballwin, and attended Lafayette H.S. We currently have one cat named Drake, and when not at work you can find me outdoors or catching a live concert. I love that Barrett Station is super busy with lots of interesting cases, but since we are not corporate, it's a very personal workplace to be a part of.

Dr. Victoria Knight, D.V.M.

I was born and raised on a pig farm in Warrenton, MO with lots of pets, and decided to become a vet when I was seven! My family and I have normal pets today, along with chickens and cattle. My favorite things about being a veterinarian are helping animals live their healthiest lives, and the relationships with pets and their families through the years.

Dr. Lynn Meyer, D.V.M.