Our Veterinarians

KS Vets

The Countryside Pet Clinic team of skilled veterinarians welcomes you to our practice. Proudly serving the Andover and areas. At Countryside Pet Clinic, it is our daily privilege to provide quality vet care to your cherished pet, with compassion and competence. We hope to ensure a positive impact on our patients, pet owners and the local community.


Dr. Kevin Cederberg

I've had an interest in animals since I was knee high to a grasshopper. Growing up on a farm in Russell County, KS there was plenty of exposure to animals both large and small. From raising 4-H livestock and caring for the family pets to working with embryo transfer in cattle while in college at Fort Hays State University, my experience has been broad.

During veterinary school at Kansas State University, my interests turned to surgery, primarily in small animals. I have worked in the small animal field since graduating in 1987 and started Countryside Pet Clinic in Andover in 1993. In 1996 we moved to our current clinic and in 2002 we opened our Pet Resort. The Resort allows us more room and a quieter environment in the clinic, which is better for our patients and staff. Surgery remains one of my main veterinary interests, along with dentistry, pain management and physical therapy.

My wife, Marilyn, and I have 3 children, 2 dogs, and a cat. I enjoy watching the family in their various sporting events; working out, snow skiing, going back to the farm, helping out the science classes at school, and just keeping busy.

Present and past memberships include the Wichita, Kansas and American Veterinary Medical Associations, American Animal Hospital Association, and the International Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society. I have also been on the board of directors for the Boys and Girls Club of Wichita and the Kansas State University Pet Trust program.


Dr. Brenda Cederberg

I was born and raised in Nebraska.  My first interests in pet ownership and my love of animals began in grade school. My parents were educators and I was raised in a household that appreciated science and medicine as part of improving life. The combination of these two values led me towards a career that would give me the best of both worlds in becoming a veterinarian.

I received my Bachelors in Health Science in 1993 from the University of Nebraska at Kearney. My doctorate in Veterinary Medicine was completed at Kansas State University in May of 1995. I also attended and received my CCRP (Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner) certificate from the University of Tennessee in 2010.

Prior to joining Countryside Pet Clinic, I started a small animal clinic in Kearney, NE and was a practice owner for 11 years. I decided to leave this practice ownership to get back to spending more of my career caring for pets and their owners and expanding my education in canine rehabilitation services.

My mission is to improve the quality of life for as many pets as possible. I strive to treat each pet with compassion and address each part of their well being, not just with medications and surgery but also nutrition, exercise and environmental enrichment.

My professional interests include; orthopedic and soft tissue surgery, pain management , canine fitness / rehabilitation, weight loss and allergy / dermatology services.

I'm married to Kalven Cederberg (Dr. Kevin’s younger brother). We have two children, Kollin and Korrie who are both in high school. Other family members are; Cassie the Border Collie, Shelby the Sheltie who was adopted because of special medical needs, and “Alf” a shelter cat that is half tabby-half calico and believes that she is really a dog and will sit for her treats.

In my spare time …some of my hobbies are wood working, landscaping, grilling and traveling to visit family. I am happy to be a part of the Countryside Pet Clinic team!


Dr. Sherry Ibrahim

I grew up in a small town in SE Kansas where we always had a dog, cats, even guinea pigs and a ferret. When I was 7 years old I decided to be a veterinarian because I spent my playtime doctoring my stuffed animals. When I was 10 I began working at a local mixed animal practice, and by high school I had a job working in their kennel.

I attended Kansas State University where I received a B.S. in animal science in 1999, then a DVM in 2001. Since graduation, I have spent time practicing in exotics medicine, small animal practice, a 24 hour emergency, and shelter medicine. In 2004 I received my certification in veterinary acupuncture from Colorado State University. My areas of special interest include exotic pet medicine, therapy options for arthritis, shelter medicine, nutrition and behavior. My goal is to improve the quality of pets’ lives and enable pet parents to make informed decisions about medical care.

My family includes my husband Kel, my son (10), daughter (3), dogs, cats, parrots, reptiles, assorted small mammals and tarantulas. I spend a lot of time volunteering at Peterson Elementary and I enjoy running, hiking, cycling, reading and quilting.



Dr. Amanda Sherck

I grew up in southeast Kansas in a rural community and animals have always been a big part of my life. We participated in 4H and always had pets. I knew from an early age that I loved science and medicine and so veterinary medicine was a natural fit.

Following my undergraduate years at Baker University, I enrolled in Kansas State University's DVM program, graduating in 2009. I spent the next year in Washington state, completing an equine internship and learning how to be a veterinarian.

After an intense year, I re-evaluated my goals, deciding that small animal medicine was a better fit for me. I moved to sunny El Paso, Texas and joined a busy nine doctor practice. It was there that I gained so much experience and confidence, both in general medicine as well as surgery and internal medicine. I also met and married my husband and we adopted our two dogs, Dillon and Sherman. Before long, Kansas was calling, and we decided to move home in 2016. We currently enjoy our peaceful little mini farm near Augusta, with dogs, cats, chickens and horses!

Professionally, I have come to really appreciate the human animal bond, and I love meeting people who really love their pets. Educating people in wellness and preventive care is very satisfying and is a big part of every day. I have a special interest in soft tissue surgery as well as diagnostic ultrasound and can honestly say that I love what I do.