Prairie Lane Veterinary Hospital

Meet Our Team

Our team of veterinary experts and supporting team members is passionate about caring for animals and providing flawless service to their owners at every appointment and interaction. Learn more about the people that make Prairie Lane Veterinary Hospital one of Omaha’s most trusted vets.

Kati Lackovic

DVM & Medical Director

Dr. Kati Lackovic was born and raised right here in Omaha, NE. She attended grade school just down the street from Prairie Lane Veterinary Hospital, formerly Mobile Animal Clinic, at Mary Our Queen, and later went on to Skutt Catholic High School. Dr. Lackovic then followed her lifelong dream of being a veterinarian by attending and graduating from Iowa State University in 2014. Her areas of professional interests include oncology, dermatology, and pocket pets.

Dr. Lackovic and her husband have a Golden Retriever named Lulu and a Great Dane named Layla at home. Many of our clients come to see Dr. Lackovic with their Great Danes, as she holds a special place in her heart for giant breeds.

David Eaton


Dr. David Eaton is an Associate Veterinarian at Prairie Lane Veterinary Hospital. Dr. Eaton has been helping clients keep their pets healthy since he earned his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1990 from Iowa State University. His areas of professional interest include veterinary orthopedics and general surgery.

Dr. Eaton grew up in Sidney, Iowa, and currently lives in Lewis, Iowa with his wife, and black lab, Onyx; who can catch frisbees and is an accomplished water fowl! In his spare time, he enjoys hanging out with his two sons, hunting, fishing, welding, and woodworking. A fun fact about Dr. Eaton is that he loves to cook, and his favorite foods are spicy Thai and Barbecue.

Trent Shrader


Dr. Trenton Shrader is a Veterinarian at Prairie Lane Veterinary Hospital. He attended Kansas State University for both his undergrad and doctorate degrees, and graduated in 2015. With an interest in exotic animals, Dr. Shrader interned at the University of Saskatchewan for exotic and wildlife medicine. He also completed his fellowship at the Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium for zoological medicine.

Dr. Shrader knew he always wanted to work with animals after growing up on a farm, as he enjoyed caring for and learning about different types of animals. He says one of his favorite parts about being a veterinarian is that he considers it a privilege in getting to know the personalities of each of his animal patients.

Originally from Elmwood, Nebraska, Dr. Shrader currently lives in Lincoln, Nebraska since 2016, after a short time spent in Canada. When he is not providing quality veterinary medicine, Dr. Shrader loves spending time with his wife, and dogs, Zeke and Charlie. Zeke is even able to open the refrigerator door (which he learned on his own). In his spare time, he enjoys playing board games, and watching sports – especially the Cincinnati Bengals.

Molly McWilliams


Dr. Molly McWilliams, DVM, MS, CWR, is a Veterinarian at Prairie Lane Animal Hospital. She graduated from Iowa State University with her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2020, and also has a Masters in Biology from UNO. Dr. McWilliams is certified in wildlife rehabilitation, and her areas of professional interest include exotics, ophthalmology, and surgery. After working in wildlife rehabilitation, she decided to go back to school to become a veterinarian in order to provide the best care and medicine to all types of animals. Dr. McWilliams says the best part about working in the veterinary field is seeing a sick patient recover and forming bonds with clients.
Originally from Springfield, NE, she currently lives in Louisville, NE with her husband, and “mini zoo” which includes three dogs, one cat, one ferret, multiple reptiles including a Red Footed Tortoise, Blue Tongue Skink, Leopard Gecko, Corn Snake, Savannah Monitor, and lastly a Quaker Parrott! When she is not tending to animals, she enjoys hiking, wildlife photography, traveling, and working on projects with her husband. A fun fact about Dr. McWilliams is that she recently learned aerial fitness, including aerial hammock, static trapeze, and lyra.
Dr. McWilliams’ passion for wildlife also extends to volunteering with Nebraska’s Wildlife Rehab for the last ten years, where she cares for injured and orphaned wildlife, especially raccoons.

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Located off of I-680 via W Center Rd. Directly between Cryer Ave and Arbor St on S 120th St.

Phone: 402-333-3847

  • Monday: 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Thursday: 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Friday: 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Saturday: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Sunday: Closed