Certified Veterinary Technician
Reba is a Wisconsin native that started working at Spooner Veterinary Clinic in February 2017. Reba graduated with a Bachelors degree in Animal Science from UW-River Falls and an Associates Degree in Veterinary Technology from Duluth Business University. She has 2 dogs at home, a Boxer/Great Dane named Leon and a Boston Terrier/Pug named Digger. In her spare time she enjoys hunting, fishing, shooting trap, watching the Packers and spending time with family and friends.
Certified Veterinary Technician
Lisa has been at Spooner Veterinary Clinic since 1993. Over the years, she has witnessed many changes in veterinary medicine, from large and small animal mixed practices to exotics, and continues to enjoy the numerous learning experiences. In her free time, Lisa enjoys spending time with her family and many furry friends, including two Jack Russell Terriers, Harley and Breezy. Lisa enjoys to work on many different projects with the wool she gets right from her small herd of sheep. When Lisa isn't at the clinic or working on her hobby farm, you can find her spending time outdoors, hiking, and exploring the beauty of Northern Wisconsin.
Veterinary Assistant, Receptionist
Jenna started at the Spooner Veterinary Clinic in October of 2006. Animals have always been a part of her life, growing up on a dairy farm. Jenna particularly loves the variety of diagnostic testing we do here at the clinic, and the satisfying feeling she gets from solving our patients problems and meeting their needs. Her daughter occupies most of her free time, but she also enjoys spending time with her family, camping, being outdoors and taking care of her puppy, Lolly.
Veterinary Assistant, Kennel Manager, Receptionist
Susan started at Spooner Veterinary Clinic in March 2013. Her passion for animals began when she was a young girl, and feels very fortunate to have been chosen to work in this field and could not imagine having any other career. Susan spends most of her time with her son, her Boston Terrier, Basil, her two cats, Buddy and Cheetos, and her Conure, Mahnu.
Lynnzee started at Spooner Vet clinic in 2015. Born and raised in northern Wisconsin, she was raised around all sorts of animals, and she knew a career involving animals was were she needed to be. She specifically enjoys the variety of animals we see here at the clinic, the fact that no two patients are the same, and learning and meeting the specific needs of our clients. She spends most of her time with her husband, family, and three dogs, Hobbs, Cody, and Mr.Hyde. Lynnzee likes to spend a lot of time outside with her dogs, loves to be around the water in the summer, and enjoys doing photography.
Kate is a sophomore at Spooner High School and a dedicated member of the EarthKeepers 4H Club, president of the the Washburn County Junior Leaders, and a treasurer for the Spooner FFA. She's been involved with 4H for nine years and FFA for two. Kate is also a member of the Spooner Rails basketball team and the track and field team.
Kate has lived on a farm her whole life and adores every aspect of a family farm lifestyle, and has 18 sheep, five horses, two miniature donkeys, three dogs, 6 cats, three rabbits, and three guinea pigs at home. Kate has been at Spooner Vet Clinic since September, 2014
"I had a professor in college that stressed Confucous' quote, "If you do what you love, you'll never work a day in your life." That stuck with me. I'm chasing my dream and I couldn't be happier working here at the Spooner clinic. I love animals."
Rachael shares her home with her husband and two dogs, Baby and Howie, and one cat, Agate. When Rachael isn't snuggling her pups, she enjoys many different hobbies, such as crafting, painting, and reading! She also likes to refer to herself as a "die hard nerd, compulsive rock licker, and rainbow chaser."