|Monday||7:00am - 5:30pm|
|Tuesday||7:00am - 5:30pm|
|Wednesday||7:00am - 5:30pm|
|Thursday||7:00am - 8:00pm|
|Friday||7:00am - 5:30pm|
|Saturday||8:00am - 12:00pm|
- Wellness care for lifetime health
- Routine & specialized surgeries
- Advanced diagnostics
- National labs & vet specialists
- Pet dentistry & more
- Animal Flea Control
- Animal Microchipping
- Emergency Veterinary Clinic
- Small Animal Vet
- Veterinary Dentistry
- Veterinary Euthanasia
- Veterinary Surgery
- Veterinary Vaccinations
We Treat Pets and People Alike
Located at the corner of 144th and Fort Street in Northwest Omaha, Fort Street Veterinarian is a small animal Omaha vet clinic that was founded in 2004 and is dedicated to providing superior care for your valued pet and exceptional customer service for you.
We know how much your four-legged family members mean to you. That’s why we’re dedicated to keeping them healthy and happy throughout their lifetime and committed to ensuring your confidence and peace of mind.
Here, you don’t see a different vet each time you come in but instead get consistent care from a vet who knows you and your pet’s health history. All treatments and procedures are thoroughly explained, all questions answered. Plus, our onsite lab and advanced diagnostic tools help us give you faster results and accurate diagnoses. We also charge family-friendly fees.
Come experience the difference at Fort Street Veterinarian. Call today.
Dr. Jerry Busselman grew up on his family's farm near Rosalie, NE, which is where he learned to love animals and discovered his life's work. He knew from the age of 12 that he wanted to be a veterinarian. Jerry studied animal science for 4 years at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, before attending Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine. He graduated with his DVM in 1995. Jerry gained invaluable experience at a large, multi-doctor small-animal hospital and as an ER veterinarian before opening Fort Street Veterinarian in December of 2004.
"Dr. B" --as he's known by many of his clients--has three beautiful children and his hobbies include playing with them, golfing, playing cards and other games, and tackling projects at home.
Dr. Busselman's animal family members include Tricky Woo (Shih Tzu), Moonlight (D.S.H.), and Mali (Springer).
Dr. Shauna Tordrup grew up in the small South Central Nebraska town of Doniphan. Her deep interest in science and medicine combined with her love of animals is what sparked her �epiphany� to become a veterinarian in high school. She graduated from Doniphan High School and went on to receive her Bachelors of Science degree in Biology from Nebraska Wesleyan University. From there, she went to veterinary school at Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated with her DVM in 2008. She spent 2008-2009 completing a Small Animal Medicine & Surgery Internship in Albuquerque, New Mexico where she gained invaluable experience working with various veterinary specialists as well as primary care emergency work.
Dr. Tordup is married to her best friend, Shawn, and their animal family members include Bernice (Pug Mix), Windsor (English Bulldog) and Doctor Dog (Black lab mix) who is Dr. Tordrup�s constant sidekick and companion. Dr. Tordrup is very close with her family, especially her mom and sister who have been her biggest supporters throughout her career journey. Her hobbies include Jazzercise, playing the piano, reading, Husker football and spending time with friends and family (especially her niece!).
Dr. Kara Rogers was born in St. Louis, Missouri, the daughter of a veterinarian and a mother who allowed her to own and raise an assortment of pets including squirrels, birds, guinea pigs and hamsters, raccoons, a goat, a pony and numerous cats and dogs. However, in spite of her abiding love for animals, Dr. Rogers did not first choose to pursue a career in veterinary science. Instead, she attended the University of Kansas where she graduated with a BS degree in business administration. She then went on to work for Hallmark Cards, Inc., in Kansas City as a financial analyst and a marketing research analyst.
After three years, however, Dr. Rogers realized she was not happy in her work and knew that she needed to make a change. As a result, she moved back to Lawrence, Kansas, eventually graduating with both a doctor of veterinary medicine degree and a masters degree in business administration from Kansas State University. She also received several accolades, including the Gentle Doctor Award for excellence in compassionate patient care and relating to clients, and the Abbott Animal Health Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Award for excellence in emergency medicine. In 2012, she moved to Omaha and has since accumulated vast experience in treating small animals and has become proficient in emergency and critical care veterinary medicine.
Dr. Rogers says her passion is working with rescue animals, especially bully breed rescues. She has fostered and trained many Pit Bulls, helping them to find their forever home instead of being euthanized because of their breed. She owns two rescued dogs, Bean, a Pit Bull/Mastiff mix, and Maddox, a Pit Bull, as well as three rescued cats, Moo, Scooter, and a crazy Bengal named Chip.