ChandaCertified Veterinary Technician and Hospital Owner
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.
Amy is Packerland’s Reception Coordinator and has been with us since 2002. She currently has one dog, Skips, and cats, Jordan and Daffodil. Amy was born and raised in Green Bay. Amy loves nature and all the beauty it provides and has the privilege of living on the water which allows her to enjoy many amazing sun rises and sunsets. When she is not working here, she volunteers her time for Keshena Animal Help & Rescue working with their spay/neuter clinics. In her spare time she can be found at bingo with her family, around a bon fire, at the shooting range, or just relaxing with a good movie and her pets.
Julie was born here in Green Bay and, after graduating from high school, joined the US Army. She was enlisted for 12 years and is a veteran of the first Gulf war. One of our longest tenured employees, Julie has been a part of our Packerland team since August of 1998. She enjoys the challenge each day presents – learning new things, meeting new people and their pets and working closely with the staff. She loves spending time with her husband Rick and has one pet at home – a cat named Karma. In her free time, Julie enjoys fishing, hunting and going up north to visit family in Land O'Lakes.
Susie joined the PVC family in 2014, but brought with her over 30 years of experience in veterinary reception and assisting. As a coast guard wife for 23 years, she moved every 4 years while on active duty and has been in the Green Bay area since 2000. She has 3 grown kids; a daughter and twin boys. Susie is crazy about her family! Her extended household includes her daughter Kat, her son Jason, his wife Liz and their very adventurous son Tanner. She has found a home at PVC and her knowledge and experience adds so much to our patient and client care.
JessiCertified Veterinary Technician and Treatment Supervisor
Jessi is Packerland's Treatment Supervisor and is also a Certified Veterinary Technician. She graduated from Madison Area Technical College in 2002 and quickly joined the Packerland team. She enjoys the variation in the everyday work environment that veterinary medicine brings. Jessi has two cats and a Vizsla, Paisley, and enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband and son in her spare time.
ChrisCertified Veterinary Technician
A science geek with a love for animals, Chris always thought she would make her career I the field of wildlife and natural resources. However, after graduating from UW-Green Bay with a Bachelor of Science in 1999, she accepted a position at Packerland and those ideas quickly changed. The field of veterinary medicine was able to mesh her love for science, passion for animals and a strange first aid hobby into the perfect job. Being a Certified Veterinary Technician and our Referral Coordinator allows Chris to utilize her education and technical skills to improve patient health, and educate owners in preventative medicine and disease management. Areas of special interest include: orthopedics, soft tissue injury/wound management, spinal injury and arthritis/pain management. Chris is an avid reader, a gourmet cook, enjoys gardening, the outdoors, and especially kayaking.
Sarah I.Certified Veterinary Technician
Sarah graduated from UW-Platteville with a degree in biology in 2000. After graduation, she moved to Green Bay and started working at PVC. In June 2003, she passed the National Veterinary Technician exam and has since helped to start our Physical Therapy/Rehabilitation program. She enjoys traveling with her husband and sons and spending time with her yellow lab Si.
Amy N.Certified Veterinary Technician
Born and raised in Green Bay, Amy has always had a passion for taking care of animals. As a child, she and her family fostered injured wildlife while also caring for their own menagerie of pets. In September 2004, Amy accepted a position at PVC and quickly realized that this was where she was meant to be. After 3 years of hard work and experience, Amy passed the Veterinary Technician National Exam in June 2007. Meeting the demands of her position at Packerland, Amy continues to enjoy her career and the fulfillment it brings her.
Sarah G.Certified Veterinary Technician
Originally from Green Bay, Sarah moved back to the area in 2003 after graduating from UW-Madison with degrees in biology and environmental studies. She started working as an assistant at PVC in 2004 and obtained her Veterinary Technician certification in June of 2007. When she's not working, Sarah enjoys spending time with her husband, two kids and pets at home: Leonberger Freyja, Bernese Mountain Dog Baden, corn snake, Elote and orange kitties, Badger, Drekker and Festus. She loves traveling, anything outdoors and, of course, cheering on the Badgers!
ReneeVeterinary Assistant and Animal Control Coordinator
Renee was born and raised in Shawano, WI and has worked in animal care and sheltering since the mid 1980s with a special interest in fostering orphan and special needs animals. She has been at Packerland since 2006 and enjoys the variety that each day brings. Her hobbies include gardening, reading and volunteering. Pets at home include Boxer Reese, birds and a koi pond.
KellyCertified Veterinary Technician
Kelly was born and raised in Ashland WI, then moved to De Pere later in life. Growing up on a farm and helping rescue stray cats & finding them new homes are just a few things that strengthened her love for animals. After high school, she pursued and obtained a bachelors degree in Animal Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. While in college, she traveled to Nicaragua and Honduras to volunteer in a 2 week spay/neuter clinic for stray animals. When not at work, she enjoys going back to Ashland to visit family, camping, hiking and watching movies. She loves spending time with her husband and daughter, Eleanor. She has a Siamese/ragdoll kitty named Sookie, a rescue kitty named Moo Moo and a blue merle corgi named Winston . Her favorite breed she sees at the clinic are corgis!
BeckyCertified Veterinary Technician
Becky grew up on a farm in the town of Shirley which lead to lots of early experience in animal care. After graduating from De Pere High School it was only natural for her to transition to Madison Area Tech where she received her veterinary technician training. She has two cats at home, Henry and Aggie. When Becky isn't helping out on the family farm or spending time with nephews she enjoys reading, painting, baking, decorating cakes and video games in addition to many outdoor activities such as swimming, 4-wheeling, snowmobiling and jet skiing.
BrittCertified Veterinary Technician
Britt graduated from the Veterinary Technology program at Globe University in Appleton in March of 2014. She loves working at Packerland because of the wide variety of cases that we see each day. She particularly enjoys watching the improvement of our physical therapy and acupuncture cases and loves working with our doctors on advanced diagnostics for sick patients. In her free time, she enjoys anything outdoors with her husband, daughter, and family. She loves bow hunting and was fortunate to get an 8 point buck for her first deer! She has three cats; Jax, Charlie and Crookshanks.
Stacy grew up in Green Bay and has always had a love for animals. Growing up, she wanted to be a professional pet groomer and after graduating from Preble High School she attended Golden Paws Pet Styling Academy in Marinette, Wisconsin and received her professional certification. She finds it very rewarding to use her skills to help animals become well-groomed and healthy. In her free time she enjoys fishing, waterskiing, and spending time up north.
Mandy first came to know PVC as a client. Impressed by the friendly and knowledgeable staff, she happily accepted the bookkeeper position when it was offered to her in March of 2009. Mandy's love for four-legged, furry friends made the job that much more appealing. Mandy is the proud parent of Chayce, a black lab. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, participating in sports, and anything outdoors.
Shawnna graduated from Northcentral Technical College in December 2019 from the Veterinary Science Program. She is excited to continue to learn new skills with Packerland Veterinary Center and pursue her career goal of becoming a Certified Veterinary Technician. In her free-time Shawnna enjoys reading, kayaking, traveling, and spending time with her husband and 3 dogs; Jax, Winnie, and Violet.
Taylor developed a strong aspiration to work with animals early on in life. Her grandmother was a volunteer for the Wildlife Sanctuary, as well as an avid animal lover, so she learned to love and care for many different species of animals and pets at a young age. In 2011, she found herself a job at Packerland Veterinary Center. In 2018, she became a Marketing student at NWTC and was able to combine her love for animals with her passion for Marketing and Graphic Design by becoming Packerland’s Marketing Coordinator. She finds her job very rewarding and she loves being part of a great team with a higher purpose.
Cerissa (C.C) has a full, happy household of pets with her husband Dan. Tommy, their 6 year old Shepherd mix, is a devoted older brother to Frankie, their 4 year old Sharpei mix. They fostered Tommy as a puppy, eventually adopting him, and Frankie is sweet but energetic girl that joined them two years later. Their three cats consist of ‘big girl' Mimi, Sugar (who is as sweet as her name), and their petite but feisty Jewls.
The animals will often find a soft spot to lay in C.C's crafting room while she sews, or get under her feet to beg for veggies when she makes dinner at night. In addition to her pets, C.C. has a passion for Monarch butterflies. In the summer, she raises them from caterpillar eggs to butterfly. To date she has released over 700 into the wild!
When you visit Packerland Vet, don't forget to say hi to Junior, the cockatiel in the lobby. He has been in her family for 10 years and is now also an extension of the clinic family as well.
Allie was born and raised in Green Bay, WI and always has a passion for animals. Allie grew up on a hobby farm which she was responsible for a wide variety of animals which really sparked her love for them. Allie‘s favorite thing about working at Packerland Veterinary Center is she learns something new every day and no day is the same. Outside of work Allie enjoys hunting, fishing, hiking, snowmobiling, horseback riding and spending time with her Chocolate Labrador Retriever named Remington.