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Dr. Stephanie Kuhle (Stevie) graduated from the University of Wisconsin Madison-School of Veterinary Medicine in May 2014. She completed her undergraduate studies at Iowa Sate University in Ames, IA. Originally from Des Moines, IA Stevie grew up with a wide array of family pets including a pot belly pig (Wilbur), guinea pig (Spot), cockatiel (Tweety), amazon parrot (Max), cats (Kiki, Jamba, and Gevea), and beloved dachshund (Scarlett). Her studies lead her to pursue an internship at a Wisconsin family dairy farm seven years ago, she fell in love with Wisconsin and has stayed ever since. She lives in Oconto with her boyfriend Kenny and their dog Duke.
As this new chapter of her life begins Stevie feels very fortunate to have her lifelong dreams of helping animals realized. She is looking forward to building great relationships with her clients and their families. Stevie has a great love for all animals and understands the awesome bond between people and their pets.
Outside of work Stevie enjoys playing fetch with Duke, swimming, reading, helping with farm chores, and relaxing at home with family and friends.