Viki Fredotovich Cyphers, DVM


Dr. Cyphers, a native of New Orleans, received her Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from LSU. She practiced in Hot Springs for twenty years and then moved to Fayetteville in 2005. She’s a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Arkansas Veterinary Medical Association, Veterinary Surgical Laser Society, American Association of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine and the American Veterinary Dental Society. Her special interests in her field are veterinary acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine, surgery and veterinary dentistry. Her hobbies include antiquing, reading, ballet, gardening, and kayaking. Dr.Cyphers has two children, Morgan and Meggy, and three spoiled dogs; two brittney spaniels, and a cuddly Chihuahua/ Italian Greyhound mix. Oh, and don’t forget Lily, the Sun Conure!


Zack Scheurich, DVM

Doctor Z received his DVM degree from Louisiana State University in 2007. Since then he has been practicing conventional veterinary medicine on small, exotic, and pet farm animals in Washington state. While in Washington, Doctor Z also volunteered with Covenant Creatures providing free veterinary care to the pets of impoverished persons, as well as participating in free mobile clinics with Rural Area Veterinary Services and Native American Veterinary Services.

Satisfying an increasing interest in holistic medicine, in 2011, Dr. Zack trained in Animal Acupuncture with the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society. Dr. Z has continued to expand his learning travelling all over the country studying with an array of veterinary herbalists and acupuncturists.

Dr. Scheurich is a member of IVAS, VBMA, AHVMA, and United Plant Savers.

Dr. Z spends much time in nature, learning from the plants and observing animals’ instinctual ability to treat themselves with appropriate plant medicine.

Dr. Zack works out of our clinic on most Thursdays. For more information about him, check out plantsforanimals.com