Veterinarians at Riverside Animal Hospital

Dan Drahos, DVM

Practice Owner, Veterinarian

More commonly referred to as simply “Dr. Dan”, he is a guy wearing many hats! A 1993 graduate of Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Dan has been the owner of Riverside Animal Hospital since 2001. Dr. Dan also serves as the President/Executive Director of the Animal Emergency Center of the Quad Cities which he was instrumental in opening back in 1999. To top it all off, Dr. Dan is the Program Director at the Muscatine Community College Veterinary Technician program where he has been teaching since 2010.

Interested in all aspects of veterinary medicine, Dr. Dan does have a special interest in orthopedic and soft tissue surgery, laser applications for surgery and healing, plus current and new medication and medical techniques. He has found it especially gratifying to see the positive affects our new therapy laser has had on his orthopedic surgical cases!

Dr. Dan, an avid cook at home, has been taking it on the road! His tail-gates at ISU football are legendary and he was crowned the Bar-B-Que Grand Champion at an ISU Grilling Competition! You may catch him at local BBQ competitions with his Two-Bohemians BBQ team. Dr. Dan decompresses by playing racquetball, golf, and gaming. A versatile musician and singer-songwriter, Dr. Dan has recorded several albums with his guitar and banjo and over 35 albums of European marches playing his flugelhorn and trumpet. Check out the Dr. Dan the Animal Man link above to enjoy some of his ‘educational’ creations.

Lisa Hatfield-Case, DVM

Originally growing up a north-west Iowa native, Dr. Lisa has worked in several states (Wisconsin, Illinois, and Iowa). She is a proud 2007 graduate of Iowa State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Go State!

Dr. Lisa enjoys the relationships she builds while providing general services for a variety of companion animals. She is particularly interested in: Soft-tissue surgery, Orthopedics, Sports Medicine, behavior, general exotics medicine, and in further fostering the human/animal bond.

Dr. Lisa currently lives in the Quad Cities with her husband and son. She currently has two heeler-cross dogs, is owned by one cat, and ordered around daily by two birds. Her family, ever-changing menagerie and Cub Scouts keep her busy. She likes to scrapbook, knit, crochet, and garden to relax.

“My favorite part of medicine is helping my patients live a better life – no matter how many legs they have!”

Practice Manager at Riverside Animal Hospital

Ken Drahos

Ken joined the Riverside staff in 2016. He recently retired from a 30-yr career working in the credit union industry. Working in all areas of banking, he spent the latter part of his career working in operations and process management. We are pleased to have his wealth of experience to assist in managing the financial side of our practice.

If the name sounds familiar, it is. Ken and Dr. Dan are cousins. In fact, they are double cousins, as their mothers married their fathers. He is very excited to assist behind the scenes to enable Riverside staff to devote more time to their clients.

In his spare time, Ken loves to be on his bicycle. If the sun is out, the wind is down, and the trails are clear: even a winter day won’t keep him inside. He is also an avid bowler, with nine career 300 games and 22 (and counting) national tournaments under his belt.

Registered Technicians at Riverside Animal Hospital

Liz Robinson

Liz joined the Riverside Team in March 2018 for her veterinary technician internship and was soon hired on after she charmed the hearts of her fellow employees. Liz graduated from the Veterinary Technician program at Muscatine Community College in May of 2018 and passed her national exam – obtaining her certification in April of 2019. Liz prides herself in the time that she spends educating clients, she loves to help everyone provide the best medicine and care for their pets.

Liz enjoys her life living in the country with her two rescue kitties, Mila and Lenny; as well as her very cute and hyper Labrador retriever, Maggie. In her free time, she enjoys hunting, fishing, and riding horses.

Becky Taube

Becky is a Muscatine native who has been involved with the pet industry since 2003. After working many jobs within it, she wanted to know more and focus on the health side. She applied to Muscatine Community College and graduated in 2013 with her A.A.S in Veterinary Technology.

She has worked at Riverside since 2015, primarily a surgical technician assisting with surgeries.

She is also involved with providing lab assistance for the MCC vet tech program and joined as an adjunct in 2018.

Becky enjoys her time tinkering with her houseplants, crafting, and caring for her pets. She currently has one sweet old lady dog, named Maya, a bratty calico cat named Pixie, and too many aquarium fish to count.

Veterinary Assistants at Riverside Animal Hospital

Jana Havill

Jana is currently in the Veterinary Technology program at Muscatine Community College and will be graduating in May of 2020.

Jana enjoys camping, fishing, and kayaking with her German Shepherd Freyja. Jana also likes cozying up with her two cats Joplin and Jiji.

Kimberlee Warnstaff

My name is Kimberlee. I’m a vet tech student at Muscatine Community College. I will graduate in 2021. I enjoy spending time with my crazy animals, going camping and hunting. I have four dogs; Oreo, Remi, Jules and Diesel. I also have a rescue cat named Lily.

Nathan Clester

Client Care Specialist at Riverside Animal Hospital


Kennel Staff at Riverside Animal Hospital

Zuzu Hartman

Zuzu is quite new to our staff at Riverside, and we are really excited to have her.