All Paws Veterinary Clinic
Meet the Team
The Smiling Faces of the APVC Team
We strive to make your visit as pleasant as possible. Learn more about the amazing team at our hospital below!
Dr. Kenneth Geoghegan
Dr. Geoghegan's Bio
Dr. Kenneth Geoghegan graduated in 1984 from DePauw University in Indiana with his bachelor’s degree in zoology. In 1989, he graduated from the University Of Missouri College Of Veterinary Medicine. After veterinary school, Dr. Geoghegan was the presiding practitioner in two locations in St. Louis, Missouri. In 2000, he became the owner of Village Veterinary Hospital in St. Louis. After 12 years, he sold his practice and moved to Cary, Illinois.
Dr. Geoghegan is licensed in both Missouri and Illinois. He is also a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Geoghegan was also an author of a monthly column called ‘Pet Talk’ in Ladue News. He is an ardent fisherman and can be found fishing in our freshwater streams as well as salt waters from Florida to Belize. He shares his home with one cat named T-Bone.
Dr. Chelsea Bohner
Dr. Bohner's Bio
Dr. Chelsea Bohner is originally from Elgin, Illinois. She had a strong interest in animals and science from an early age and pursued that interest with a bachelor’s degree in biology from North Central College in Naperville, Illinois. After college, Dr. Bohner completed two internships, one working with primates at the Atlanta Zoo and another rescuing sick and injured wildlife in coastal California. After working in a veterinary hospital as a technician from 2009 to 2013, she realized that veterinary medicine was her true passion and attended veterinary school at the University of Illinois. She graduated with honors in May 2018 and is proud to be joining the team at All Paws!
Dr. Bohner has two cats of her own, Willow and Artie, both rescued during her time in veterinary school. She enjoys hiking and spending time in nature, movies, and reading. Dr. Bohner is looking forward to meeting and forming lasting relationships with All Paws’ clients and patients.
Katie has always had a passion for animals since she was young. She cannot remember a time growing up where she didn’t have pets, which ultimately led her to become a Veterinarian Technician. Katie has been working in the veterinary field for over eight years. Her favorite part of being a technician is helping your beloved fur children feel safe and happy when they come to see us.
She has quite a few animals at home, including an American Eskimo (her favorite breed) named Momo, a three-legged Pomeranian mix called Tripodasurus (her real name is Eva), and a Betta fish named Boy (who was named by her son).
Client Care Coordinator
K.K. has been working in the veterinary field back since 1981. For 13 years, she worked at a small animal hospital in Wilmette and has worked with Dr. Lapin numerous times over the years. She shares her home with her Husky named UConn and her two cats, Lion and Harley. Lion was dropped off at the clinic when he was merely days old. K.K. took him into her home and bottle-fed him until he was old enough to eat regular cat food.
During her time off, K.K. enjoys gardening, outdoor activities, and spending time with her grandchildren.
Client Care Coordinator
Brady joined our staff in November 2019. He is currently a student at Elgin Community College. Brady is working towards his bachelor’s degree in psychology at Northern Illinois University. He has always had a passion for animals, especially now that he has his chocolate Labrador retriever. Brady loves being a part of helping our clients have healthy and happy pets! He likes going on hikes with his dog in his free time, playing the guitar and drums, and listening to music.
Client Care Coordinator/Vet Tech
Megan joined our staff in November 2019. She is currently enrolled in Veterinary Technician school at Rockford Career College. Since middle school, Megan has been volunteering at shelters and rescues, which sparked her interest in pursuing a career in veterinary medicine.
She enjoys hanging out with her two golden Labrador retrievers, Flynn and Clover, and her cockatiel, Daisy. In her free time, she loves to go hiking and swimming and exploring new places all over northern Illinois.
Pheonix started working at our clinic in March 2020. He started working in the veterinary field when he was just 12 years old. Pheonix has filled every position you can find in an animal hospital. He found his passion in his role as a Veterinary Technician in 2009. He particularly enjoys assisting with surgical procedures. Pheonix finds it rewarding to be a part of the surgery that enhances a beloved pet’s life. When not in the clinic, Pheonix can be found spending time with his family, including his girlfriend Chloe, his step-daughter Kaydence, and their dogs Roxx, Bonsai, Shenzi, and Willow. He spends what is left of his free time on the disc golf course enjoying nature.
Taylor joined the All Paws staff in August 2019. She has a passion for animals and always aspired to be in veterinary medicine. Taylor is currently finishing up her bachelor’s degree in molecular biology through the University of Illinois. Playing a part in veterinary medicine has been extremely rewarding for her, and she can’t wait to continue to learn and grow in her role.
In 2018, Taylor adopted two Great Pyrenees mixes, Nina and Moose, who regularly go hiking with her.
After retiring from teaching, Linda joined All Paws in 2011 while attending the Veterinary Assistant program at Harper College. She shares her home with two English Mastiffs, Emily B and Milton, and four cats named Cecil B, Grayfire, Lucky, and Tuffer.
Linda loved outdoor activities. Whenever she has free time, you can find her riding her horse (Sam) or tending to her alpacas.
Eden has been working in the veterinary industry since high school. While she has had many roles, she has found her passion in operations as a Practice Manager. Eden shares her home with her husband, three young sons, and four cats. However, she holds a special place in her heart for pugs.
In her free time, she enjoys spending time outdoors (usually camping and hiking). When not enjoying the outdoors, she is studying for her Certified Veterinary Practice Manager certification and master’s degree in business management.
Chief Morale Officer
Thor came to us as a kitten. He was adopted out but returned to us as an adult. Thor loves when pets come in to see him and leave treats for him to clean up. He has a big personality, and yes, only one eye, but don’t let that fool you. He can see shadows out of his right eye and spot a treat from a mile away.