Sara Gaier, CVT
Sara is Badger Animal Clinic’s head technician and clinic manager. She has worked in the veterinary field for 15 years. She grew up in Neillsville, WI and graduated from Argosy University in 2006 as a certified technician. She has 3 children at home and 1 dog, Earl. Sara is a big basketball fan.
April Schulz, CVT
April graduated from UW-Madison with a bachelor of science in zoology. She worked at Marshfield Laboratories in the veterinary lab until she graduated from Globe University as a certified veterinary technician in 2014. After volunteering at Clark County Humane Society, she accepted a position in 2011 as kennel manager. In late 2016, she started at Grassland Veterinary Service and now Badger Animal Clinic as a CVT.
Jennifer Witzel, CVT
Jennifer has been in the veterinary industry since 1999 after graduating from UW-Stevens Point with an Associates degree. She received her certified veterinary credentials in 2009. She enjoys genealogy and gardening in her spare time. She resides in Marshfield with her husband, 2 children, 3 dogs, and 2 cats.
Anna Cepress, Veterinary Assistant
Anna has been a huge animal lover her entire life and grew up with horses, dairy goats, cats and dogs. Growing up she was very active in 4-H, showing horses, and soccer. She has been a Veterinary Assistant on and off since 2007 and has a passion for caring for animals. In her spare time she enjoys camping, gardening and horseback riding. She moved to the Marshfield area in 2014 from South Carolina and currently resides there with her husband and 2 children, her chihuahua Thomas, her cat Smokey, 2 beloved horses named Denver and Dreamer, and a small flock of chickens
Maddie Gunter, Customer Service/Assistant
Maddie loves animals of all kinds. She grew up with chickens, goats, and a pony! She moved to Wisconsin a little over a year ago from Georgia and now lives in Loyal with her 3 dogs ( Finley, Whiskey, Indie) and 3 cats ( Enzo, Ellie, Salem). In her free time she likes working with animals and currently also helps on a farm with pigs and cattle. She hopes to continue to gain experience in vet medicine.