Renee has been at Fredonia Vet Clinic since March 2007. She has her Associates in Animal Science with an Equine Emphasis from Lamar Community College.
Before coming to Fredonia Vet Clinic, Renee enjoyed training and coaching horses. She competed in National Reining Horse Association Event (NRHA). Along with training horses, Renee has trained a family of Labradors in Hunt Tests and Obedience.
Renee enjoys spending time with her faithful buddy Catie, a terrier mix.
I graduated from the Madison Area Technical College in 1987 with a Veterinary Technician degree. I have been a Certified Veterinary Technician for 35 years. I have been employed at Fredonia Veterinary Clinic since 2012.
I love spending time with my family, riding horseback in the Kettle Moraine and snowmobiling locally and in the U.P. I am blessed with a supportive and loving husband, two children, two stepchildren, 3 grandchildren and great parents. I share my home with my husband, 3 horses, 3 dogs, 4 cats and many chickens.
I was raised on a small hobby farm in central Wisconsin. I didn't enter the veterinary medicine field until 2002 when I volunteered at an equine rescue in New Mexico. I received my CVT license in 2007 and have worked and lived in 8 different states and 2 countries. I have experience in GP, exotics, critical care/ emergency and advanced dentistry. I've had the rare opportunity to anesthetize bald eagles, loons, and perigrine falcons.
In my spare time, I grow heirloom tomatoes and peppers. The hottest pepper reaching 1 million on the scoville scale. Yes, I eat them too! I live with my sweet husband Todd and cat named Gravy Train. My goal every day is to make sure your pet has a safe anesthetic procedure and to teach you how to best care for your pet's pearly white teeth!
Allison started at Fredonia Vet Clinic in August 2018. She works part time at FVC and is also a student. She is currently a senior at Concordia University majoring in Biology. Allison plans to apply to Veterinary School this year.
Lauren was born an animal lover. Lauren grew up in the foot hills of South Carolina and the coast of North Carolina showing hunter/jumper.
She is due to finish her veterinary technician course in March 2021 and on to take the Veterinary technician national exam shortly after.
Lauren now enjoys pleasure riding and can’t wait to find another horse after completing school!
Katie started at Fredonia Vet Clinic in December 2018. She comes to us with her Associates of Science in Equine Science with an emphasis in Equine Training. She also has her Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics with a minor in Asian Studies.
Katie bought her first horse, Admiral, in 2002. They have had a great career showing in Hunter/Jumper.
When not at work, Katie spends her time at the barn with Admiral, teaching lessons at Lakefield Farm and studying languages.
In addition to her horse, Katie has one cat (Orion).
Katie grew up on a small dairy farm, where she raised and showed cattle and horses.Katie studied at MATC, and started working at Fredonia Vet Clinic in 2019.
Katie enjoys the outdoors, playing with her dogs Cinch and Diesel, showing her New Holsteins and competing in barrel racing competitions.
She shares her home with 2 dogs, 2 cats, 3 cows and 4 horses.
Hunter has been passionate about working with animals since he was a little boy. He grew up helping his grandfather tend to his beef cattle every summer in northwest Arkansas.
He loves working with large and small animals, and enjoys how different they are.
Hunter graduated from UW-Madison in 2018 with a degree in Communication Arts and Chinese language. He finally found the courage to pursue his real desire to work with animals, and is currently enrolled in pre-requisite courses for veterinary school.
He hopes to apply for the 2022 school year to eventually become a mixed-animal veterinarian.
Hunter and his wife love spending time with their family dogs Tannis (beagle/chocolate lab) and Tar (black lab, pictured)!
I’ve spent the majority of my professional career doing food safety and regulation in the meat industry. It was not until I found my passion for horses, just a few years ago, that I shifted into the veterinary medicine field and have been with the Fredonia Vet Clinic since 2021. It did not take long for me to realize that helping horses and their owners is what I want to spend every day doing. Since this was very new to me, I focused a lot of my time and energy becoming educated on the species! I have since become certified in Equine Nutrition and Advanced Equine Training. I am also a Certified Equine Behavior Specialist.
In my spare time - you guessed it - I enjoy my horses! I also enjoy backpacking, camping and spending time with my family. Two horses, two dogs and two cats are definitely enough to keep me busy!
Sara grew up right here in Fredonia and has lived in Ozaukee county most of her life. She graduated from Milwaukee Career College in 2014 with an Associate's Degree of Applied Science and has been working in veterinary medicine for 9 years. She doesn't have a distinct memory of when she decided to start this career but she has always felt a deep connection to animals big and small. She has been fortunate enough to have worked with a variety of animals including raccoons, opossums, squirrels, various birds, ducks, and rabbits, along with dogs and cats of course.
Sara's goal in each interaction with our patients is to provide the best care possible in the least stressful way. Sara does have her Fear Free Certificate and likes the challenge of working with the variety of temperaments our animals have.
Sara currently lives in Port Washington with her husband, her son, and three cats: Walter, Mo, and TC. Her passions outside of the clinic include exercising (her husband owns a gym in Port), creating healthy meals, and spending as much time as possible outside.
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