Door County Veterinary Hospital

3915 Old HWY Rd.
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235


Door County Veterinary Hospital - Our Doctors


Dr. Jordan Kobilca

Dr. Jordan Kobilca

My duties include medical and surgical treatment of our patients.  In 2000, I graduated from the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine.  I enjoy helping animals and their families.  I especially enjoy the friendliness of this community.  My special interests include both surgical and medical cases.  Client education is of particular importance to me so that pet owners understand what is going on with their pets and can make informed decisions.  My family includes my wife, a veterinarian also, my two sons, my dog Chewy, two cats, and a turtle.  Hobbies include snowmobiling, boating, fishing, welding, and automobile restoration.



 2017- Present

Doctor/Owner Door County Veterinary Hospital - Sturgeon Bay, WI



Luxemburg Pet Clinic - Luxemburg, WI


Active associate in a high volume multi-doctor walk in clinic
Continue to refine orthopedic and soft tissue surgery skills, through external fixation, bone plating, cruciates, exploratories, and numerous routine surgeries.
Experience with endoscopy, ultrasound, and laser equipment.
Additional emergency experience.
Implementation, and continued modification of multimodal pain management protocalls.
Re-institued a donation fund to assist in the payment of emergencies and unforeseen medical expenses.

Companion Pet Clinic - Clackamas & West Linn, OR


Continued to improve upon small animal medical skills and efficiency through a busy and varied caseload.

Duties included numerous single doctor days, appointments, and both orthopedic and soft tissue surgeries.

 Banfield, The Pet Hospital - Beaverton & Portland, OR


 Responsibilities included small and large animal surgery, daily appointments, and farm calls.

Emergency on-call duty for large animal patients.

Barlow Trail Veterinary Clinic - Sandy, OR


Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Undergraduate studies majoring in Wildlife Ecology

1994-2000 - University of Wisconsin Madison



Dr. Jennifer Kerley   

Dr. Jennifer Kerley

Dr. Jennifer Kerley was raised in Sturgeon Bay.  Her parents and younger brother returned to her mother's home town following her father's retirement from the US Navy.  Growing up in a small town afforded Jen to have lots of time playing outside, growing to love nature and animals.  Always an animal lover, the plan to become a veterinarian came later in life...

Jennifer graduated with honors from St. Norbert College in 1995 with a degree in Biology.  During her senior year in college volunteering at the Bay Area Humane Society and the New Zoo reinforced her desire to help animals.  After observing at a local veterinary clinic the decision was solidified.  In 2000, she received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from UW-Madison.  Following graduation, Jennifer moved to Portland, Oregon and practiced in a busy multi doctor walk in clinic for five years.  As they say, there is no place like home, so Jen headed back to the Midwest. 

Dr. Kerley has special interests in dermatology, pain management, internal medicine, feline medicine, and shelter medicine. She helps the Door County Humane Society on her days off by examining sick animals and helping institute protocols to keep the animals there healthy.  Jennifer has worked at Peninsula Veterinary Service and Luxemburg Pet Clinic over the last eleven years.  Jen is excited to continue helping the pets and families of Door and Kewaunee Counties at Door County Veterinary Hospital and Luxemburg Pet Clinic.

Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her husband, Jordan and two sons, Kenton and Carver.  The family hobbies include boating, fishing, snowmobiling, skiing, and anything else you can do outside.  Gidget is the geriatric family cat she rescued during Veterinary School.  Captain, a Border Collie-Springer mix adopted from the DCHS,  is the newest addition to the Kobilca Family.