Dr. Jill Korfist

Veterinarian/Owner

Education: Purdue University

Pets: 2 dogs, 5 cats

Dr. Jill Korfist has worked in the veterinary field since she was fifteen years old.  She graduated from Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1992.  She has worked with large and small animals.  She started working as a part time veterinarian at Northbrook Animal Clinic in 2008.  In the fall of 2011, she became a partner of Northbrook Animal Clinic with Dr. Scott Jones.

Her favorite part of being a vet is building a caring relationship with her patients and their owners.  Her goal is to gain the trust of each patient and to care for them with the greatest compassion.

Dr. Korfist lives with her husband, two children, and her many pets.  Outside of work, she enjoys gardening, camping, and horseback riding.
Dr. Scott Jones

Veterinarian/Owner

Education: University of Illinois

Pets: Oskee Bow Wow, yellow lab

Dr. Scott Jones has worked in the veterinary field since he was a teenager.  He graduated from University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine in 1990.  He became a veterinarian owner of Northbrook Animal Clinic in 1998.

Dr. Jones states his favorite part of working as a veterinarian is caring for patients from babyhood to senior years.  He finds great enjoyment in “knowing I can play a part in helping people with one of their most prized possessions: their pets”.

Dr. Jones’s interests outside of work include:  spending time with his wife and 3 daughters, sports, fishing, hiking, and reading.
Dr. Angie Vogl

Veterinarian

Education: University of Illinois

Pets: Sydney, yellow lab

Dr. Vogl has worked with animals in the veterinary field since she was fifteen.  She graduated from University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine in 2005 and came to work at Northbrook Animal Clinic.

Dr. Vogl loves being a veterinarian because every day is different and she loves helping her patients heal.

Dr. Vogl lives with her husband and her two children.  She also enjoys outdoor sports and gardening.
Dr. Leigh McDonald

Veterinarian

We are very excited to welcome Dr. Leigh McDonald to the Northbrook Animal Clinic Family. 

 Dr. McDonald received her veterinary degree from University of Illinois in 2017.  She grew up in the north shore area, and has brought her family pets to Northbrook Animal Clinic for over 20 years. She is extremely excited to be back helping the pets of her hometown clinic!
Dr. McDonald has many varied interests in veterinary medicine, and loves to bond with her human clients just as much as her furry patients. She
enjoys implementing many fear-free tactics to try and make a pet’s veterinary experience as positive and stress-free as possible.
In her spare time, Dr. McDoanld loves to be outside doing all sorts of activities with her pets and family. She enjoys hiking, gardening, biking, kayaking, and running. She also loves food and is always open to
new restaurant recommendations. Her pets include: boxer mix named Wiggles (pictured), collie/lab mix named Benny, and black and white kitty named Minnie.

Tiffany

Veterinary Technician

Tiffany has worked in the veterinary field since 2004 and joined Northbrook Animal Clinic in 2005.  Tiffany is one of our prescription food coordinators. She is certified in animal CPR.

Tiffany loves the variety of dog and cat breeds.  She also enjoys meeting clients and chatting with them about their pets. She lives with her husband and two young boys.  She has two adopted dogs named Magnus and Finn.

Outside of work, Tiffany enjoys spending time with her family, watching her boys grow, and playing with Magnus.

Jan

Customer Care/Receptionist

Jan has been working in the veterinary field since 1998 and joined Northbrook Animal Clinic in 2002.

She loves meeting all the wonderful dogs and cats and the people that care for them. She lives with her husband and special dog Shilo.  She enjoys cooking, baseball, and reading.

Bear

Mascot

Bear came to us after his elderly owner could no longer care for him.  He is a friendly, social cat who loves to greet our clients on the front counter.  

He has learned that Piper is the queen of the practice. His favorite past times included chasing hair ties down the hall (with close supervision to make sure he does not ear them), trying to push our receptionists off of their chairs, and curling up in one of the many cat boxes in the clinic.

Piper

Mascot

Piper is an 16 year old Scottish Fold Shorthair. Her folded ears are characteristic for this breed. She came to live with us in 2011. She unfortunately preferred urinating on carpet and her previous owners tried everything to get her to use her litter box. She lived with other cats she did not get along with and the stress made her urinate out of her litter box. We offered her a new home and she and Bear get along very well. She uses her litter box all the time now. Although she has a grumpy look on her face all the time, she is actually a very gentle easy going cat.