In June 2014, Dr. Shawn Costello and Dr. Shannon Moore purchased Hartland Veterinary Clinic to provide exceptional care and veterinary services to all of their patients. Our staff is truly dedicated to our patients and will do everything in our power to ensure they lead a long and happy life, including following up with them to see how they are doing after check-ups and procedures.
Dr. Shannon Moore grew up in Woodstock, IL, and started working for Dr. Shawn Costello and Dr. Charles Svoboda when she was 16 at Harvard Veterinary Clinic. She decided to become a veterinarian after the encouragement of Dr. Shawn and Dr. Chuck. She received her undergraduate degree in 2007 and graduated with her veterinary degree in 2011 from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. It was truly a dream come true when she had the opportunity to purchase Hartland Veterinary Clinic in 2014 with Dr. Shawn and Dr. Chuck. She has a passion for internal medicine, a soft spot for Doberman Pinschers, and is extremely devoted to her patients. In her free time, Dr. Shannon loves spending time with her husband, Nick Moore, their two girls, Tally and Anna, as well as her dog, Dump Truck, who comes with her every day to the office.
Dr. Shawn Costello grew up in Woodstock, IL and has been practicing veterinary medicine since he graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign in 1986. Along with Hartland Veterinary Clinic, Dr. Shawn also is co-owner of Harvard Veterinary Clinic in Harvard, IL. Dr. Shawn loves both soft tissue and orthopedic surgery and enjoys being able to work with animals every single day. When he is not working, he loves to run out in his pasture with his “Jack Russell terrorists” and spend time with his daughter, Catie. He also enjoys traveling, hiking in the wilderness, and photography.
Amanda started out in 2003 as a veterinary assistant, working with her Bobsie twin Shannon, for Dr. Shawn at the Harvard Veterinary Clinic. She worked many years in small and large animal medicine to become a veterinary technician with a special interest in inpatient care surgery and dentistry. She is happy to be reunited with both again at the Hartland Veterinary Clinic. She enjoys horseback riding and vacationing at her family’s lake house in Wisconsin. She has many fur babies, including her three dogs, Roxy, Odin, and Flame. She also has a variety of chickens, peacocks, and three horses.
Ashley found her career passion working with animals big and small when she started working for Dr. Shawn and Dr. Chuck at the Harvard Veterinary Clinic in 2006. Harvard is where she first met Dr. Shannon (a fellow vet assistant at the time) and is thrilled to be working with her once again. She has two dogs and a cat (no one should be left home alone) and would love to have a whole menagerie one day. Her favorite part of working at a veterinary clinic is that making animals feel special and cared for is in the job description! When she isn’t spending time with her children, she enjoys watching movies, traveling, and shoe shopping. Ashley is also an avid sports fan and her favorite sport is hockey.
Katelyn started working at HVC in 2016. Prior to working at Hartland, she worked on her husband’s family dairy farm for over 12 years! Kate grew up on a small farmette in the Harvard, IL, area where she helped raise sheep, goats, chickens, horses, ducks, geese, dairy heifers, dogs, and cats. She has an assortment of Holstein and Jersey dairy cows, loveable barn cats, and a sweet English Shepherd, Tractor, on the farm. Kate also has five kids who enjoy farm life, sports, and 4-H. Kate loves to be able to help by making your fur babies feel better and be as comfortable as possible while at the clinic! Her favorite things about working at HVC include puppies, kittens, dogs, cats, PUPPIES, and more puppies!
Maddie lives in Woodstock, IL and attends Woodstock North Highschool as a freshman. She is on the dance team and has had a love for dance her whole life. As well as dance, she has a passion for animals. At home Maddie has a bird, dog, cat and horse. Like Dr. Shannon she also has a very loveable Doberman named Stella at home.
Red has lived in the Woodstock area his whole life farming on a small dairy farm. Red has been around animals his whole life helping when he can, he has been working with both Dr. Shannon and Dr. Shawn for many years now. He has a small terrier named Dingo. When he is not working he enjoys supporting the Cubs, driving around traveling to new local venues and sharing his Dairy Queen treats with his pal Dingo.
Steph is the youngest at Hartland, even though she started at the clinic in 2015. When she’s not making the doctors and techs feel old, she enjoys taking x-rays and caring for pets in the clinic. When she’s not at the clinic, she’s busy taking care of her zoo of animals at home. She currently has five dogs, five horses, two cats, sheep, and chickens. When she’s done with chores, she enjoys collecting books, reading, and watching movies in her home theater.
Pepe came to the clinic in 2017 after being diagnosed with diabetes. He now lives at the clinic, where we can monitor his diet and make sure his sugars are under control. He loves people, and there’s a very good chance he will greet you at some point during your visit.
Dump Truck has been guarding the Hartland Veterinary Clinic now for many years. He takes his job very serious and loves running around chasing squirrels. He is also the office manager working in the back office with his mom Dr. Shannon.
At Hartland Veterinary Clinic, we strive to bring your pet the best veterinary care possible, specializing in small animals, particularly dogs and cats. Our wide variety of services will help keep your animal happy and healthy!
To better care for the furry members of your family, we have prescription diet food, a fully stocked pharmacy, and advanced diagnostic capabilities and equipment, all in-house at our location. With our equipment we are able to have diagnostic results in minutes to better serve our patients. For those serious situations, we also have a full surgery suite prepared to cover a range of procedures from routine spays and neuters to soft tissue surgeries and tumor removals.
We are fully trained and equipped to handle all of your pet's need.
•Dermatology & Dental work
Our Full Service Pharmacy
Our Boarding Options
Our Digital X-Ray Machine
Our In-House Surgical Suite
Hartland Veterinary Clinic provides quailty X-rays conveniently onsite.
From routine surgeries like spays and neuters to more advanced techniques such as bladder stone removal and orthopedic procedures, our state-of-the-art surgery suite allows us to safely monitor patients during surgical procedures.
At Hartland Veterinary Clinic we carry the pet products you need to maintain your pet's good health. Whether it's a pet prescription for a one-time illness, or a special diet for ongoing pet health condition, we will happily provide it at our veterinary clinic.
We are happy to care for your beloved pet while you are away. Cats and dogs all shapes and sizes are welcome to stay here at the clinic. We have spacious runs and cages, we provide the blankets and feeding dishes. The clinic feeds science diet sensitive stomach for our boarders, clients are also welcome to bring in the pets current diet for us to feed. Pets with special needs are treated with the respect and kindness that they deserve. Pets with medications will be on a written schedule and given medications at no additional cost. Long walks and lots of hugs and kisses are given to your pet while they stay at the Hartland Veterinary Clinic.
For more information about our services or questions about treatment options for your pet, feel free to contact us today. We look forward to hearing from you!
Very important! The tartar and staining on your pet’s teeth actually contains bacteria. If this is left untreated, it can cause premature periodontal disease, heart disease, liver disease and kidney failure. Dental care for your pet is very important for a long, healthy life.
Heartworms are parasites that dogs and cats can get from mosquito bites. The mosquito bites them, depositing larvae that migrate to the heart where they become adults. Despite fur, mosquitoes can still bite dogs and cats and transmit the disease. It is important to have yearly heartworm testing and keep them on a monthly preventative at home.
There is always a risk with anesthesia, however, that risk is minimal if appropriate steps are taken before and during surgery. A thorough physical examination will be done to make sure there are no apparent abnormalities, and if there are, we will discuss better treatment protocols for your pet prior to anesthesia. We also offer in-house preoperative bloodwork. In addition, during any procedure in which anesthesia is administered, a technician will monitor your pet.
Hartland Veterinary Clinic
15015 U.S. Highway 14
Woodstock, IL 60098
Monday – Friday: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday: 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
We know how important your pet is to you, and we are here to always deliver the best care for them. If you have any questions about your pet's health or our practice, feel free to contact us today, or fill out the following information and someone will be in contact with you shortly!