Our Veterinarians

When a family member is under the weather or suffering from discomfort, he deserves the attention of a caring, competent physician with the skills to diagnose his ailment and the compassion to treat him with tenderness.

At Caton Crossing Animal Hospital, an expert staff of veterinarian doctors and a skilled team of technicians are here to do just that. Under the directorship of our highly skilled veterinary doctors, your pet is always in good hands. We're ready when your pet needs us.

Marji Bundy at Plainfield Animal Hospital

Dr. Marji Bundy

I graduated from the University of Illinois Veterinary School in 1997. I am married with three daughters, and I live on a farm with fourteen horses, four goats, six chickens, ten cats, and two dogs. I work part-time at Caton Crossing Animal Hospital, but the rest of my time is devoted to "working on the farm" and spending time with my family. I enjoy challenging surgeries and working with clients and their pets. In my free time, I like camping, running, horseback riding, and swimming.

Lynn Sebek Associate Vet at Plainfield Animal Hospital

Dr. Lynn Sebek

I graduated from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine in 1997 with my two classmates Dr. Stopinski and Dr. Bundy. Prior to Vet School, I earned a Master’s degree in Animal Behavior. Originally, I practiced equine and small medicine in Florida but returned to Illinois to practice small animal medicine in the Chicago suburbs. With my background in Animal Behavior, I appreciate helping clients develop a better relationship with their pets. In my free time I enjoy riding my horse, training my 3 dogs and 1 cat in everything from obedience to tracking to agility, and cooking.

Dr. Margaret Lobitz at Caton Crossing Animal Hospital

Dr. Margaret Lobitz

Dr. Margaret Lobitz announced to her family at the early age of four that she was going be a "pet doctor" when she grew up. That early prediction became a reality when she graduated from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine in 1998. For the past 20 years, Dr. Lobitz has split her time between general practice and emergency medicine, but she is very happy to be exclusively back in general practice. Her strong interests include toxicological emergencies, soft tissue surgeries and dentistry.

A native of the Chicagoland area, Dr. Lobitz is fortunate that her four spoiled cats allow her to live in their home and to spend her free time relaxing. She was trained many years ago to act as “the advocate for the pet,” and that is the principle by which she practices.