Meet Dr. Dianna Anagnos
Dr. Dianna Anagnos graduated from Purdue University Calumet in 2005 with her Bachelor's in biology before attending veterinary school. She graduated from Purdue West Lafayette in 2010 with her DVM. During veterinary school, she was involved with the SCAVMA, SVECCS, OTS and Equine Club. She is currently a member of the AVMA, IVMA, and CAVMA.
In her spare time, Dr. Dianna enjoys movies, TV, spending time with family and friends, coffee, and sweets. She shares her life with her husband Perry, their son Leo, a 12 year old boxer named "Jack", and a Bull Terrier puppy named "Ruffio".
Meet Dr. Beyer
Dr. Beyer is a Michigan State graduate, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology in 1987 and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1991. After graduating, she moved to Illinois, where she practiced for 18 years at a very large, busy emergency clinic in Chicago. Dr. Beyer has spent many hours doing relief work for general practices and emergency clinics in Chicago and Northwest Indiana. She thrives on the challenges of emergency medicine and loves being able to utilize her skills to help patients in need of urgent care.
Dr. Beyer enjoys sailing, skiing, snowboarding, and scuba diving during her spare time. She also loves to travel and has been to places such as Zimbabwe, Peru, and Australia. She shares her life with her significant other, Craig, her spunky pit-hound mix, Skipper, and her 3 cats, Emma, Tilda, and Homer.
Meet Dr. Butler
Dr. Butler graduated with honors from the University of Liverpool – Faculty of Veterinary Science in 1998 and worked mixed-practice in rural England. After returning, she contributed part-time at several local animal hospitals and began working for Calumet Emergency Veterinary Clinic in 2001. Dr. Butler has expertise in pain control, surgery, and geriatric medicine, and is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association. She now resides in Chesterton with her husband, Jim, their two children, three dogs, twelve cats, six pigs, a mule, a goat, a pony, a flock of chickens, and thousands of honeybees.
Meet Dr. Cole
Dr. Cole is a Purdue graduate, class of 2001. She has been with Calumet Emergency Veterinary Clinic since 2003. She enjoys assisting owners in healing their pets, and spends her spare time with her husband and family on a small farm in the Midwest.
Meet Dr. Gaveras
Dr. Gaveras, a Wisconsin native, has been working closely with our office management staff at Calumet Emergency Veterinary Clinic since 2002. Dr. Gaveras is a Green Bay Packers fan and lives with his wife, Debra, and their three cats, Willy, Mecia, and Charlotte. During his free time he enjoys working outside in the garden.
Meet Dr. Himes
Dr. Himes graduated from Purdue University twice. First she got her Bachelor of Science in Wildlife and Fisheries, followed by a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. In between, she attended Pennsylvania State University to get her Masters in Wildlife and Fisheries. She has worked with several different wildlife species from Gopher Tortoises to Wood Ducks as a wildlife biologist. As a veterinarian, she still enjoys the variety of animals that she treats.
Meet Dr. Lawrence
Dr. Lawrence hales from Cincinnati, Ohio. She attended the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music with majors in Percussion Performance and Music Education. After graduating from UC-CCM as a musician, she decided to take a divergent career path into medicine. While attending, Dr. Lawrence completed her veterinary medical training at the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine.
After moving to the Chicago area to practice small animal medicine, she began practicing exclusively emergency medicine in 1984 at Berwyn Veterinary Associates (now VCA Berwyn), has been the secretary of the Veterinary Profession Quest organization since 1990, is certified in Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture, and has been working at Calumet Emergency Veterinary Clinic since 1999. When not pursing her musical and veterinary professions, she enjoys reading non-fiction, especially World War II European theater, European travel, annual skiing, canoeing, and swimming for exercise.
Meet Dr. Logue
Dr. Logue is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and Purdue’s School of Veterinary Medicine. His interests include ultrasound diagnostics in trauma and gastrointestinal surgery, specifically Bloat-Torsion techniques. He has been a part of Calumet Emergency Veterinary Clinic team since 2005 and is a fixture on the Sunday overnight shift. In addition, Dr. Logue heads the Laparoscopic Surgery and Biopsy Unit at Magrane Pet Medical Center in Mishawaka, IN, where he also handles referral ultrasound diagnostics of the abdomen. He is a board member of the Michiana Veterinary Medical Association, Advisor of the ESTEEM Product Development Team of the University of Notre Dame, holds a seat on the Purdue Veterinary School Alumni Advisory Board, and is also a volunteer surgeon performing spays, neuters, and occasional repairs for the Humane Society of St. Joseph County.
Dr. Logue lives in South Bend with his wife, Julie, an English Springer Spaniel named Boogie, and Rita Ringtail, the cranky old cat. Their daughter, Eleanor, is a freshman in the Purdue University Pre-Veterinary Program. During his spare time, he and his wife enjoy sailing at Eagle Lake and attending Notre Dame football games.