Meet Our Team of Veterinarians
Get to know our team of veterinarians here in Moline! We’re extremely proud to have a skilled, compassionate team of professionals here to care for your pets. Their goal is to see your companions through every life stage and be your most trusted veterinary partner. See their bios below to learn more about them. When you’re ready to meet them in person, give us a call at (309) 524-5696!
Dr. Milas is a Rock Island native and Augusta College graduate. She received her DVM from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2007. In her 8 years of clinical experience, she cites internal medicine, canine physical therapy, and emergency and critical care among her favorite areas of practice. In her free time, she likes spending time with family and friends, and caring for her Jack Russell Terrier, Admiral and her Great Dane, Hodge.
Dr. John Coyne has been practicing veterinary medicine for over 40 years. He was raised on a farm in central Illinois, and graduated from University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine in 1974. Dr. Coyne also owns and co-owns 8 other hospitals throughout the Chicagoland area. He’s a big fan of University of Illinois athletics, and enjoys all Chicago sports. He and his wife Ruth have 2 daughters and 4 grandchildren.
DVM, Associate Veterinarian
Dr. Jeremy Hoyt grew up in North Central Iowa. He graduated with a degree in business administration from Graceland University in Lamoni, Iowa and received his DVM in 2016 from Iowa State University. Before becoming a veterinarian, Dr. Hoyt had a career in accounting and finance with John Deere Financial in Johnston, Iowa. His special interests include surgery and emergency medicine. He enjoys traveling, spending time with family, golfing, playing basketball, and watching the Dallas Cowboys. He has a very energetic Flat-Coated Retriever named Piper.
Dr. Prattis is originally from the East Coast but has now resided in the Midwest for three years. She enjoys care for dogs, cats, small mammals and marsupials, birds, and occasionally, amphibians and reptiles. Dr. Prattis views companion animals as important family members and works to resolve health concerns and promote preventative health steps in collaboration with their human friends and family. She completed her scientific and medical training through undergraduate education in BioPsychology at Amherst College, her veterinary degree in 1985 at the University of Pennsylvania, comparative medicine residency and postdoctoral research training at The Rockefeller University, and, in 1992, her research doctorate in Pathology and Cell Biology at North Carolina State University where she studied muscle cell transplantation and characterized muscle precursor cell protein expression in healthy dogs and mice, and those affected with muscular dystrophy. Dr. Prattis is board certified in Laboratory Animal Medicine. She also holds master’s degrees with a social science focus in Nonprofit Management and Philanthropy ( Bay Path University), and in Patent Law (University of Minnesota Law School). Prior to coming to City Line Veterinary Center she practiced generalist and specialty medicine on the East Coast and in the Midwest, and served as an undergraduate college faculty member in the US and abroad. She has one dog, an adopted young white german shepherd named Palomo who is incredibly athletic. When she is not practicing veterinary medicine she can be found writing, reading, attending, or participating in the arts, walking, and cooking or dining out with friends and family.