Dr. Kurt Jaeger
Dr. Kurt Jaeger graduated from the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine in 1983 following two years of undergraduate studies also at Mizzou. Dr. Jaeger grew up in St. Louis being a high school graduate of Vianney. During his high school years Dr. Jaeger had his first experience at Concord Animal Hospital working as a kennel assistant from 1975-1977. After graduating veterinary school, Dr. Jaeger moved to Fairhaven, Massachusetts where he started his veterinary career at Fairhaven Animal Hospital. Dr. Jaeger worked there for six years before moving to Elizabethtown, Kentucky where he practiced for another six years.
Dr. Jaeger joined Concord Animal Hospital as a full time veterinarian in January of 1995. He has since become co-owner of the practice while still practicing full time.
Dr. Jaeger resides in St. Louis county with his wife Kim. They have two children Ethan and Megan, and one grandson Teague, who is the son of Megan and their son-in-law Chris. Dr. Jaeger enjoys hunting, fishing, and watersports. He is currently in the process of visiting all major league baseball stadiums.
Monday 10:30AM-12PM 1PM-3PM 4:30PM-7PM
Tuesday 10AM-12PM 1PM-2PM
Wednesday 8:30AM-10:30AM 1PM-3PM 4:30PM-7PM
Saturday 8AM-12PM Varying
Dr. David Maledy
Dr. David Maledy is a 2010 Graduate of the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine. He got his undergraduate degree in Animal Sciences from the University of Missouri in 2006 prior to entering veterinary school. Dr. Maledy practiced three years in Arnold, Missouri prior to coming to Concord Animal Hospital. Dr. Maledy joined Concord Animal Hospital in the fall of 2013.
Dr. Maledy interests include general surgery and medicine with primary focus in canine and feline medicine. Dr. Maledy does see some exotics including but not limited to Guinea Pigs, Hamsters, Rats, Birds, and some reptiles. Dr. Maledy’s primary focus is on comprehensive animal health. This starts with the physical examination and includes everything from preventative medicine to complete and thorough diagnostic and therapeutic options. Dr. Maledy enjoys working with clients and their pets and works to find a solution to every problem that fits each situation uniquely. Dr. Maledy enjoys technology and is helping to bring a more technological experience to Concord Animal Hospital. With time the plan is to include more online options in communication and prescription management. Dr. Maledy is an avid sports fan and enjoys cheering on the St. Louis Cardinals and Blues, Mizzou Tiger football and basketball, and Jacksonville Jaguar football. He is an avid softball player and enjoy participating in pick-up basketball whenever the opportunity presents itself. Dr. Maledy is married to his wife Amy and has two sons Edmund and Lincoln. Dr. Maledy and his family live in the South St. Louis County area.
Monday 8AM-10AM 1:30PM-4:30PM
Tuesday 10AM-1PM 4PM-7PM
Thursday 10AM-1PM 3PM-7PM
Friday 10:30AM-1PM 2:30PM-5PM
Saturday 8AM-12PM Varying
Dr. Andrea Ernst
Dr. Andrea Ernst is a 2019 Graduate of the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine. She studied pre-veterinary sciences and business administration at the University of Missouri for two years prior to entering vet school. Dr. Ernst is a St. Louis native and attended Cor Jesu Academy for high school. During high school, she worked as a “kennel kid” at Concord for several years. Due to her love of the practice, staff, and clientele, Dr. Ernst decided to come back for several internships throughout vet school, and eventually joined the team full time in 2019.
Dr. Ernst plans to focus primarily on canine and feline general medicine and surgery. She believes client education is a very important part of veterinary medicine, which is why she tries to spend time during each visit thoroughly explaining general wellness topics (i.e. vaccines, preventatives, nutrition) or a particular disease process your pet may have. As the youngest vet in the clinic, she loves learning from her seasoned colleagues, as well as teaching them about newer practices and medicines. In her free time, Dr. Ernst enjoys spending time with her family (especially her niece Avery), hanging out with her friends, trying various craft beers, and going on weekend trips to the Lake of the Ozarks.
Monday 8AM-10:30AM 3PM-7PM
Wednesday 10AM-1PM 2:30PM-4:30PM
Thursday 8AM-11AM 4PM-7PM
Friday 8AM-10:30AM 2:30PM-5PM
Saturday 8AM-12PM Varying
Dr. Stephanie Weber
Dr. Stephanie Weber graduated from the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine in 2009 after completing her undergraduate and Masters of Business Administration degree. Dr. Weber is a native of St. Louis and has had a lifelong interest in animals, always wanting to become a veterinarian. Dr. Weber first worked at Concord Animal Hospital during her high school years as a kennel assistant. She then came to work full time as a veterinarian in 2009. After the birth of her second child Dr. Weber moved to a part time role at Concord Animal Hospital only working two to three days a week. Dr. Weber has a keen interest in animal behavior including but not limited to feline urinary problems. Dr. Weber enjoys working with clients to find solutions to all their pets problems both medically and behaviorally as necessary. Dr. Weber and her husband Greg reside in St. Louis county with their three children: Connor, Avarie, and Ben. They share their home with two dogs and two cats. On her free time Dr. Weber enjoys cooking, traveling, and spending time with her family.
Saturday 8AM-12PM (Only 1 Saturday per month)
Dr. Gary King
As of December 26th, 2019 Dr. Gary King retired from Concord Animal Hospital after forty years of dedicated service.
Trish Rhodus is the hospital director a position she has held since 2000. Trish is responsible for staff hiring, inventory, and the majority of business matters. Trish handles customer service resposibilities and helps make Concord Animal Hospital run as smoothly and efficiently as possible. Trish is paramount in helping keep all the doctors on task and focused on doing their jobs to the best of their abilities. Trish started at Concord Animal Hospital in 1985, working fifteen years as a receptionist before taking over as hospital director.