Hours
Monday-Friday
8:00am-5:30pm
Saturday 8:00am-Noon
Sunday Closed

Dr. Gregory Bogue, Veterinarian in Wichita

"Best part of your office is the organization and professionalism!"
Jackie S.

AAHA Approved Veterinarians

Veterinarians

Dr. Greg Bogue

Taking Bogue Animal Hospital West to the third generation was a vision of his from boyhood. Graduating from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1991, Dr. Bogue follows in the footsteps of his late grandfather, his late father, and his uncle. Dr. Bogue is an excellent educator and communicator in the exam room, and takes the time needed to communicate to you the concerns with which you enter our facility so that you understand everything. No question is ever "too silly" to ask; both our doctors strive to have you leave with an understanding of the needs and the plan for the health or your pet.

Dr. Bogue is a native Wichitan. He and his wife Cindy have two grown children. He enjoys working outside, reading, boating and skiing when time permits. He is actively involved in his church as well.

His professional "mission statement" is:

  • To provide the very best, consistent, and compassionate veterinary care to our clients and pets,
  • To be a source of encouragement to our employees, to challenge them to meet and exceed theirs and other's expectations so that, as a business, we may provide the very best quality veterinary care possible,
  • To balance my spiritual, home, and work commitments so that I can respond in a positive manner recognizing others' needs first and mine second,
  • To always exhibit a willingness to improve.

Dr. Brittany Streiff

Wichita Vet, Dr. Brittany Streiff

Dr. Streiff graduated from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2012. She practiced in Hays, KS, prior to joining Bogue Animal Hospital West. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), Kansas VMA, Wichita VMA, and American Association of Feline Practitioners.

Dr. Streiff has a Golden Retriever mix, Jordan, and a Bengal cat, Kiya. Her family raises alpacas and has 2 Great Pyrenees livestock guardian dogs. She enjoys running, hiking, working with the alpacas, and spending time with her family and friends.

Her professional “mission statement” is:

  • To provide the utmost level of compassionate care which I desire for my own pets
  • To communicate thoroughly with clients while providing exemplary medicine and surgery services
  • To be personable and professional with coworkers and clients
  • To strive to continually improve both personally and professionally

 

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