Amie has been a Vet Tech for 12 years, starting her career at Thiensville-Mequon as a kennel attendant in 2002 and quickly becoming a Technician. Amie left in 2007 and gained experience at an emergency veterinary clinic and a veterinary internal medicine specialist, rejoining Thiensville-Mequon in 2015. Amie is currently attending school for phlebotomy and EMT certifications. Amie shares her home with her 7 year old son Logan, Shiba Inu Sylis, and two recently adopted cats Rufio and Ruckes.
Christy has been taking care of a variety of animals since childhood as well as volunteering at a local animal shelter. Christy joined the Clinic staff in fall of 2013. She shares her home in Hubertus with her husband, 2 sons, and a very spoiled German Shepherd named Misty.
Briana has been working with animals for over 10 years. She finds the veterinary field very rewarding and loves playing with her Great Dane mix, Boston Terrier, and cat.
Erin has been around animals her entire life, showing horses and sheep in 4-H. Erin and her husband enjoy taking care of their dog, cat, and 3 horses. She started working at Thiensville-Mequon Small Animal Clinic as a kennel attendant in 2006, moving to a Technician position in 2008. Erin graduated from Madison College in 2013 and is now a Certified Veterinary Technician.
Lindsay has been a Technician at Thiensville-Mequon Small Animal Clinic since 2007. She, her husband, daughter, and son share their home with two cats and a dog. Lindsay finds her job very rewarding and likes knowing she is helping animals every day.
Sarah has spent time with animals her entire life. From helping take care of her neighborhood furry friends to working at a Doggy Daycare for several years. She joined the Thiensville-Mequon Small Animal Clinic team in December of 2014. When she's not at work, she's spending time with her husband and two dogs Molly and Rupert.
Amy joined our team in April of 2011 as our Kennel Manager and Attendant, becoming our full time groomer a year later. Amy has experience working with animals through a hobby farm, animal classes in high school, volunteer work at the Washington County Humane Society, and having 4 dogs and 14 chickens at home. Amy dedicates her time to keeping pets looking great and has fun doing so.
Charna has been an animal lover all her life. While her background is in engineering, her passion is grooming. She has been grooming and training dogs for 7+ years. In addition to grooming, Charna is also the Kennel/Boarding manager at TMSAC. When she’s not training or grooming, Charna loves to be outside or at the dog park with her dog Buddy. She’s thrilled to be working at TMSAC- stop over and say hello! Charna would love to meet you and your furry companions.
Emily has always had a passion for animals of all kinds. She worked here at TMSAC 5 years ago and recently returned part time. Emily is thrilled to be working at TMSAC again. She lives in Grafton with her husband and three daughters so she stays pretty busy. Emily has two Guinea Pigs- Pinnie and Rosie, and well as a newly adopted dog Nala.
Heather has been passionate about pets for as long as she can remember. At the age of eleven, she began volunteering at her local humane society, and she began teaching canine obedience courses at twenty-one. Heather relocated to Port Washington and joined the TMSAC team in June of 2016.
Jim has been raising and caring for animals his entire life. He joined the team here in 1996. He currently lives with his cat Rascal, and dog Callie in Cedarburg, but also welcomes other animals for pet-sitting in his home.
Joy is a Certified Veterinary Technician who has worked in the veterinary field for over 20 years and joined the staff at Thiensville-Mequon Small Animal Clinic in November of 2005. She shares her home with her husband and two very spoiled felines. Joy enjoys traveling to warm sandy beach resorts where she can relax with a good book.
Kim has always had a passion for animal care. She has had horses, cats, dogs and other small animals in her life. She graduated with a degree in Animal Biology from UWGB, then went on to become a zookeeper in Green Bay for three years. Kim joined the staff at Thiensville-Mequon Small Animal Clinic in April of 2016. She spends her free time with her fiancé, her dog Niko, and two cats Peter and Otis.
Peter joined TMSAC as our second clinic cat in 2016. He came to our clinic as a stray and we couldn’t help to fall in love with him and quickly realized Raymond needed a brother. Peter is deaf, so he prefers to keep the Technicians in the back company. His favorite activities include taste testing treats, being pet, and enjoying long naps.
Raymond is our clinic cat who has been with us since 2009. He came to our clinic as a stray with a serious medical problem. As we were treating him, everyone fell in love with him and we knew that he was meant to stay. Raymond loves comforting the patients and also loves going into the lounge with us every day for lunch. Ray’s favorite things are basking in the sunshine, eating catnip, and playing catch with his toys.