Brandon Sinn D.V.M. is a 2010 graduate of the College of Veterinary Science at Kansas State University. He has a diversified background in both large and small animal medicine. His areas of special interests include: companion animal medicine and advanced surgery including bladder stone removal, C-sections and emergency surgery; large animal herd health and reproduction including artificial insemination, heifer selection and breeding soundness exams.
Prior to Lambert Vet Supply, Dr. Sinn practiced in western Nebraska for 2 years emphasizing in purebred cow/calf operations and bull producers as well as in a small animal clinic. He then broadened his veterinary perspective practicing in a mixed animal practice in Kansas that included equine, cow/calf as well as small animals where he focused on surgeries.
Dr. Sinn actively promotes the health and wellbeing of all animals by providing excellent client education and resources. A native Nebraskan, Dr. Sinn was raised on his family’s diversified farm raising cattle and hogs as well as crops in the Reynolds/Hubbell area. Outside of work, Dr. Sinn enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons. He is an avid outdoorsman, enjoys woodworking and is proud to have made much of the furniture in his home.
Jenn Green is our Vet Assistant and the first smiling face you will see here at Main Street Animal Clinic. She schedules all appointments, assists Dr. Sinn during procedures and runs our retail store.
Jenn is a 1999 graduate of Fairbury Jr./Sr. High School. In 2012, she joined the MSAC family after working as a vet assistant for Lambriar Pets in Mahaska, Kansas, for seven years. Growing up, she always had pets and has participated in field shows as a handler for American Foxhound and Redbone Coon Hounds. She enjoys spending time with her family and her canine companion Roxy (Chihuahua), in the great outdoors while keeping up with her two children and their infinite list of activities. She loves that she can continue her greatest passion of working with animals on a daily basis.
Ernie Northrup is a Hebron/Fairbury native. He is 45 years old and enjoys fishing, making collages, going to cookouts and absolutely love the Nebraska Huskers! Ernie has an eight-year-old Chihuahua mix dog named Dusty. Ernie said that Dusty enjoys going on walks but sometimes goes faster than Ernie can!
Ernie helps out around the clinic by bringing a cheerful attitude, cleaning, and walking dogs that spend the day at the clinic for appointments.