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Our Mission Statement
Our mission is to provide the same care for patients as we would our own pets, and to make each experience with our office an extraordinary event. We dedicate ourselves to provide progressive, state-of-the-art, leading-edge services in a sincere, enthusiastic and professional manner. We pledge to respect pet owner’s decisions regarding our recommendations, diagnostics, and treatment options, and to provide highest quality services with compassion.

 

Chanda Holschbach, AAS, CVT Hospital Administrator
Ever since she was a child, Chanda Holschbach had a passion for learning about, helping and loving animals. Her mother's nursing background laid a foundation of "bedside manner" and her father's entrepreneurial business background provided a real understanding of economics.

A graduate of the University of Minnesota with a degree in Animal Health, family ties brought Chanda back to Wisconsin. She began her tenure at Packerland in 1993 and purchased the clinic in 2007.

Her strong understanding of the business end of the clinic, in addition to her hands-on work with families and their pets, created the perfect recipe for Chanda to pursue the next level of patient care. She soon moved into a leadership role at PVC, while maintaining her role as a care provider.

Today, Chanda manages the hospital's daily activity. She strives to see to it that PVC provides excellent satisfaction for the families it serves.

Chanda Holschbach, CVT Hospital Administrator

Last week I was in with Tanner for routine shots, etc. I wanted to tell you this in person, but everyone was so busy. I had to attend some customer service training at my place of employment a few weeks ago. During the training we were asked to think of places where we receive good customer service and think about why we felt that way. Packerland Vet came to mind right away. You have the best customer service of any place I patronize. Your staff is always friendly, easy to talk to, quick to respond (or apologetic when they are not), and most importantly they hustle. Thank you for setting the bar for good customer service and keep up the good work.

Mary V.

 

Dr. Allen Dunbar
The friendship of a neighborhood veterinarian heavily influenced a young Allen Dunbar to devote his life to reducing the pain-and increasing the life span-of family pets.

Since graduating from Veterinary School at Michigan State University with highest honors in 1977, Dr. Dunbar has consistently sought-and treated-family pets facing challenging problems and requiring accurate diagnosis. As important, Dr, Dunbar's, extensive advanced training in orthopedic care makes him uniquely qualified to treat conditions that require advanced surgical procedures.

"Being able to quickly determine what is causing a pet's problem limits the amount of pain the animal must endure." Dr. Dunbar states. "In addition, solving problems quickly limits the family's overall costs."

Dr. Dunbar also brings expertise in Canine Sports Medicine-with an emphasis on Hunting Dog Performance-to the practice. Through a disciplined regimen of Nutrition, Exercise, Conditioning and Training, Dr. Dunbar assists animals to compete at their highest capabilities.

Two of Dr. Allen Dunbar's English Setters won awards in 2009:  Mark was named the 2008/2009 Ontario Bird Dog and Conservation Club High Point Dog of the Year, and Trooper was the 2009 National Prairie Chicken Amateur Shooting Dog Championship Runner-up Champion.

Mark (left) and Trooper (right)

Dr. Allen Dunbar

To the staff of Packerland Veterinary Center
I want to express my feeling of gratitude for the care given my dog, Muldoon, and the many courtesies extended to me during our visits to your clinic. The names of Doctor Dunbar, Wendy, Julie and Dena are the first to come to mind, but there are others whom I did not meet or whose names I don't recall who have aided in the care of my furry friend.

We continue to learn more about the positive influences that a dog has on the mental and physical well-being of humans, but I don't believe that the value of the companionship of a dog can be fully appreciated until one has put behind a half-century of the work-a-day world, and lives alone in the afternoon of years with parents and siblings gone, with children and their offspring far away and seldom seen, with many of the associates of childhood and youth either passed or moved away, and lives each day in the company of a beloved dog.

I can't describe the joy that I sense each morning when I feel that cold, wet nose on my cheek to let me know that Muldoon has determined it is time to arise, the pleasure that comes with his many expressions of affection during the day, or the feeling of peace and contentment that he brings when he lies down beside my chair to share the evening. It has been well said that "There is no better therapy than the love of a dog".

Life may lead each of you into a different calling-I don't believe you will find a nobler one. Yours is a God-blessed endeavor, and I thank you for engaging in it.

Sincerely,
Gene F.

 

Dr. Corinne Rosen
Corinne is extremely excited to start her career at Packerland Veterinary Center. Becoming a veterinarian has always been her life-long dream. Her passion for animals led Corinne to graduate from UW Madison Veterinary School in 2006. Corinne worked in the Oncology Department at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital after classes and during summers administering chemotherapy and helping to strengthen the bond between clients and their beloved pets. Corinne is dedicated to providing great care for animals in their time of need.

In December of 2009, Cori and her husband welcomed twins Addison and Carter the week before Christmas. The family recently adopted a puppy, Lacey, who is keeping them very busy! In her free time Corinne loves crafting and spending time with family and friends.


Carter (left) and Addison (right)

Dr. Corinne Rosen
 
Dr. Tracy Olson
After living in North Carolina for one year, Dr. Tracy Olson is happy to be back in Wisconsin and working at Packerland Veterinary Center. Tracy graduated from UW Madison's Veterinary School in 2007 and moved away to complete a small animal internship at Carolina Veterinary Specialists in Greensboro, North Carolina. This experience provided additional training in emergency and internal medicine, surgery, ophthalmology, neurology and radiology. As a life-long animal lover and Packer fan, joining the Packerland team is a dream come true for Tracy.

In addition to small animal medicine and surgery, Tracy has a strong interest in ophthalmology. She has had the opportunity to work with the ophthalmologists at the UW-SVM as well as at CVS and hopes to continue to expand her knowledge base with continuing education. In her free time, Tracy enjoys visiting with her family, working around the house, and rooting for all the Wisconsin sports teams. She and her husband Bill are the proud parents to two little boys, Ben and Nathan. They also have two cats- Cheetoh and Xander, and two dogs- Cricket and Dexter, who are both black Labrador Retrievers. There is never a dull moment at home with that crew running around!


Dr. Tracy Olson
 
Dr. Brian Broekman
Having grown up in Green Bay, Dr. Broekman is thrilled to re-join the staff at Packerland, this time as a veterinarian! In 2008, Brian worked at PVC as a veterinary assistant and had the privilege of the learning the tricks of the trade prior to entering Vet School. In 2009, Brian started his education of veterinary medicine at Ross University in the Caribbean. After a year of intense studying and beach volleyball, Brian transferred to Illinois and graduated from the University of Illinois in 2013. He is excited to return to PVC and Green Bay to service the community and surrounding areas, with particular interest in the areas of small animal surgery and ultrasound.

Working with animals has been a passion of Brian's beginning as a young child. He spent many summers on his uncle's farm milking and feeding cows, playing with the dogs and taking care of farm cats. In 2013 Brian married Catlyn, a dedicated supporter of his life-long dream of becoming a veterinarian and later that year they rescued a little orange kitten, Max. In his free time he likes to spend time with family, cheer on the Packers and visit with friends.

Dr. Brian Broekman
 
Dr. Gina Geaudry
Gina grew up in Kimberly, WI, earned her bachelor's degree at the University of WI- River Falls and attended veterinary school at the University of Minnesota. She has been practicing in Montana for the past 11 years, but decided it was time to return home. Accompanying her are her husband, Russell, her children Eli, Rita and River, her dogs, Dingo and Peggy, and her cat, Gator. Her primary interests lie in dog, cat, ferret and pocket pet medicine, surgery, dentistry, as well as avian and reptile medicine and surgery.
Dr. Gina Geaudry
 

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