Ulysses Veterinary Hospital


Timothy C. Cantrell, DVM

Tim Cantrell DVM, graduated from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1988.  He returned to southwest Kansas in 1989 and began working at the Ulysses Veterinary Hospital and purchased the practice in 1992.  Tim’s family grew up in Ulysses and were even part of the move to New Ulysses!  His wife, Terri, is also a Ulysses native and graduated from UHS in 1981.  Tim and Terri have two children; a daughter, Katelynn, and son, Austin.  Katelynn and her husband, Josh, recently had a son, Charlie. When not busy with work and family, Tim enjoys motorcycle trips, golfing and traveling.

Mandi Seyb, DVM

Mandi Seyb DVM, grew up on a farm/ranch in the southwest corner of Stanton County where her family raised beef cattle and grew wheat, corn, milo, and alfalfa. She attended Manter Grade School, Stanton County Middle School and Stanton County High School before graduating and choosing Kansas State University to further her education.  She was accepted into Kansas State University School of Veterinary Medicine from which she graduated in 2003.  She returned to Stanton County and took a job in neighboring Grant County at the Ulysses Veterinary Hospital, where she currently works part time. The other part of the time is spent raising daughter Madison, son Carter, and twin daughters Elizabeth and Olivia (plus a plethora of furry and feathered members) with her husband Rhett. When she is not busy chasing kids, checking engines, corralling cattle, or caring for animals, she enjoys reading, crafts, skiing, camping, and watching K-State Football. Go Cats!

Jett Eder, DVM
Jett Eder, DVM, is a recent addition to our team at Ulysses Veterinary Hospital. Jett is a 2015 graduate of Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine, has a B.S. in Animal Science from Oklahoma State University-2011, as well as an A.S. from Seward County Community College-2009. Jett enjoys working with a wide variety of patients and production systems to help meet his clients goals, and brings a strong swine background to U.V.H.—with regard to both medicine and herd management. Promoting animal health, wellness, and welfare through education as means to better understand disease prevention and risk is a core value in his approach to veterinary medicine.