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.
When away from the clinic, Renee enjoys spending time with her pack, two legged and four.
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).
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.
Candace’s desire to work with animals started before she was able to walk. She spent a large portion of her childhood accompanying her mom at a veterinary clinic that she has worked at for over 25 years. In 2017 Candace finally began working in the veterinary field & joined the Fredonia Veterinary Team in November 2021.
Candace received her fear free certification while she worked in a small animal practice in Fort Mill, South Carolina and loves using her knowledge to make each visit for our patients as enjoyable as possible.
In her spare time, Candace enjoys spending time with her four dogs (3 Australian Shepherds & 1 Border Collie/Australian Shepherd Mix) and her (many) cats. She also loves working out, reading, painting, and spending time with family.
Jeri grew up loving animals in the small town of Kewaskum.
After moving around the country and going to college, Jeri once again calls Kewaskum home.
She shares her house with three cats and three dogs.
Sophia started at the Fredonia Veterinary Clinic in 2022, after completing a B.A. in English. She is an avid lover of cats, growing up cuddling and caring for them. She has never had a home without one or more dogs, cats, horses or ferrets!
Sophia currently lives on a family-run hobby farm in Ozaukee County, working with her family to care for six horses, two dogs; Mya, a Foxhound/Great Dane, Ramius, a Pitbull/Black Labrador, and one lovely long-haired kitty, Lily. Sophia enjoys spending her time learning new languages, reading, watching films, and learning to cook dishes from around the world.
Tina started with the Fredonia Vet Clinic in 2022. She was born with a love for all animals and a wonderlust for adventure and travel.
She's always had a 4 legged 'buddy' by her side. Tina was born in Kewaskum and hasn't moved far from her roots, but her love of travel has taken her around the world-she's always looking to check more places off of her bucket list.
Tina loves photography (of both 2 legged and 4 legged clients!). She enjoys being on the water, be it kayaking, fishing, or enjoying a beautiful sunset.
When not on the water, T enjoys music, concerts and dancing, cooking, reading, gardening, antiquing, and old cars and trucks.
Tina loves working with both people and animals and looks forward to greeting you when you come to the Fredonia Vet Clinic.
Ashley grew up in Kewaskum with a variety of animals including dogs, cats, chickens and horses.
Ashley started at Fredonia Vet Clinic in 2022 after completing a bachelor's degree in Finance.
Ashley currently lives in Random Lake with her two cats.
Melanie joined the FVC team in June of 2022!
Melanie graduated from Fox Valley Technical college with a degree in Animal Science and Agribusiness Science & Technology in the spring of 2023.
Melanie has been riding and showing horses since the fourth grade, eventually leading her to her horse, Wyatt!
Melanie loves hiking with her dog Callie, hanging out with friends, and spending time with family.
Melanie cannot wait to connect with you and your furry friends!
Sarah brings over 20 years of veterinary experience to FVC.
She enjoys seeing your dogs and cats during appointments and she thinks taking care of them in surgery is the cat's meow.
When not at the clinic, Sarah loves being outside and hiking/running with her labradork, Merle. Sarah also enjoys gardening, music, volunteering for sports/church programs and spending time with friends and family including her two boys and amazing hubby.
Nicole received her Bachelor of Science in Biology with a minor in conservation biology.
Nicole has been around horses, dogs, and cats her whole life and has always loved animals (domesticated and wild).
Nicole loves going on adventures with her dog, Sako, spending time with her horse, Miss Cricket, and snuggling with her cat, Kimber.
Lily has been with FVC since early 2023. She earned her certification in 2018 from Milwaukee Career college. She has enjoyed working with animals, especially dogs, for over 10 years now.
Lily has two lovely pups herself and spends most of her free time adventuring outdoors with them.
Ashley and her husband, Anders, live with their 6 dogs, 5 cats, 8 chickens, and 2 ducks. Over the years she has fostered over 40 dogs and cats. She’s only foster failed 9 times. The rest found wonderful homes with other loving families.
She previously worked as a Vet Tech at Panther Pet Hospital in Petal, Mississippi. They offered her a job since she was there every other day with a new sick or injured animal she found out by her home in rural MS.
Ashley has her bachelors in English Literature with a minor in creative writing and theater. She spent many years out of college working in professional theaters and opera, sewing costumes and running wardrobe during shows. Now-a-days she loves sewing unique dog and cat collars!
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