Kerry, Certified Veterinary Technician

Kerry has been with VVMS since her internship in 1999 and became a full time CVT after she graduated from MATC in 2000. She has always wanted to work with animals, so all of the duties that come with being a technician are rewarding. She enjoys meeting the clients, and of course, their companions. In her free time, she enjoys working in the garden, watching the wildlife from the deck, and doing various home projects with her husband Jason. They live just outside Mt. Horeb with cats, Pudge; Diesel and Crowley.

Jessica, Certified Veterinary Technician

Jessica has been a CVT at Verona Vet since May of 2007. She is passionate about educating owners about the need for kitten and puppy health check-ups.  She believes that the owners should know their options for end of life care and how we can help with those needs. She believes that the last moment of your companion’s life should peaceful and painless as possible. Jessica lives in Mount Horeb with dog Emmy; a cat Opal – that she adopted from one of our farm clients; and their newbie, Hops a Ragdoll that was brought in to the clinic as an abandoned kitten.  Outside of work Jessica enjoys spending time with her family, her husband and his kids, reading, and traveling.

Scout,  Certified Veterinary Technician

Scout has been with VVMS since May of 2020, starting as a veterinary assistant, while she was pursuing her education and technical skills training at the MATC Vet. Tech. Program.  She received her C.V.T. credentials in December 2021 and is excited to continue her career with our clinic.  She is always eager to give her love and care to your furry family members.  Although she loves all animals, she has a particular soft spot for cats. She lives in Fitchburg with her husband Ethan and their 4 cats: Mabel; Myles; Sophie and Simon.  In her free time, she enjoys reading, swimming, pickleball, tennis, hanging out with friends and relaxing with her family.

Amanda, Certified Veterinary Technician

Amanda graduated from Globe University in 2013 and has been with VVMS since December 2020. She is passionate about fostering dogs/puppies for a rescue called Hoping Fur A Home. In her free time, she enjoys hunting and fishing with boyfriend Daryl, as well as taking her 2 sons Xzavier and Hunter to their hockey and baseball games. They live in Albany with their 2 dogs, Tehya (Rat Terrier) and Oakley (rescued Black Lab Mix), chickens, and Crested Geckos.

Brooke, Certified Veterinary Technician

Brooke was a 2021 grad. of the Madison Area Technical College 2-year education/ training program, joined our clinic in June and received her credentials later that year.  Brooke grew up on a hobby farm, which she said “sparked my love and respect for all animals, whether they have hooves, claws, or fuzzy paws”. Brooke is very passionate about her opportunity to do summer volunteer work at the Dane County Wildlife Center. She currently lives in Albany with: 2 rabbits Nugget and Milo; and her dog Rascal. She spends her free time being outdoors, drawing and traveling.

Lydia, Certified Veterinary Technician

Lydia graduated from the MATC training program and received her credentials in 2021.  She joined VVMS in June of 2021.  She said “Growing up on a farm  with a lot of different pets instilled a love of animals in me from a young age, which makes being a C.V.T. the perfect vocation for me”.  Lydia lives in the country by Woodford WI, with her family and 3 dogs.  Outside of work she enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling and just being outdoors.

Bob Feller, Practice Manager; BS (Dairy); C.V.T.

Bob Feller is the Clinic manager. He is a Certified Veterinary Technician and has a Bachelor’s degree in Dairy Science. He has been with VVMS for over 33 years. Bob grew up here in Verona.  He, his wife Misty and their children call Verona “home”.  They have 3 cats: Lola (cockoo bird); Linus (Ted); and Luna (Tuna or Whale). Bob loves going to work at VVMS every day and when not at work enjoys spending time with his family, getting his kids to their activities, cooking, gardening, travel, getting out on the lake and volunteering in the community.