Although it's name may sound harmless, bloat is a life-threatening emergency for dogs. The condition, formally called gastric dilation-volvulus (GDV), can quickly kill dogs if they don't receive p ...View Article
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Dr. Schuette grew up in Flint, Michigan and attended Michigan State for both his undergraduate and doctorate studies. He graduated from Michigan State School of Veterinary Medicine in 1982. Dr. Schuette moved to Wisconsin and started practicing mixed animal medicine in Kiel shortly after graduation. He currently practices small animal medicine and especially enjoys doing surgery. Dr. Schuette and his wife have four children and two cats. When he has time off, Dr. Schuette enjoys the outdoors, being up north, hunting, fishing, and watching the Packers win!
Dr. Baemmert's hometown is Greenfield, Wisconsin, and he has lived throughout Wisconsin his entire life. Dr. Baemmert is a 1994 graduate of the University of Wisconsin - School of Veterinary Medicine. He joined the practice in October of 1998. His practice interests are bovine production medicine and herd health, bovine surgery and medicine, equine dentistry, equine medicine, and equine reproduction. Dr. Baemmert's wife and children help him care for their family's two ponies, two cats, two standard poodles, and three horses. Dr. Baemmert's hobbies include repairing the barns and house, fishing and hunting in addition to watching his children's sporting events and provide pit crew duty to his wife's competitive distance horse riding team.
Dr. Kate graduated from St. George's School of Veterinary Medicine after completing her clinical year studies at the University of Minnesota. Dr. Kate's background includes work in dairy, small ruminant and camelid medicine, with a focus on herd health and preventative care. Originally a native of New Jersey, Dr. Kate has enjoyed her time so far in the Midwest. When not working, she can be found out running trails, hiking and spending time with friends and family.
Dr. Brett McCaskill grew up in Franklin, North Carolina in the heart of the southern Appalachian mountains. He grew up on a small beef cow-calf operation and also raised purebred Charolais cattle. Dr. McCaskill is a 2017 graduate of North Carolina State University College of Veterinary medicine. His practice interests are bovine production medicine, calf health, and reproduction. He also enjoys working with horses and small ruminants. He enjoys a variety of outdoor activities such as hunting, fishing, kayaking, and playing with his and his wife's two dogs Ace and Zoe.