Dr. Amber Greycarek
Dr. Amber Greycarek earned her Bachelor of Agriculture degree in Dairy Science/Pre-Veterinarian from UW-River Falls and a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from UW-Madison. She is currently working on her Masters in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine through the Chi Institute.
Being the link between caring pet owners and their pets is what she loves most about being a veterinarian. She enjoys meeting new people and seeing how much everyone cares about their animals. She wants to do her best to help both owners and pets in a calm, stress free, and caring environment.
Her specialties include integrative medicine, animal behavior, and low stress handling. One of her favorite parts about working in the field of veterinary medicine is able to help treat anxiety in animals in the clinic and at home.
She has four pets of her own! They are Stella (dog- 2 years old), Darwin (cat- 2 years old), Presley (Guinea pig- 3 years old), and Paintie (turtle- 20 years old).
Outside of work She loves to do many dog sports, including agility, scent work, and rally obedience. She also loves hiking and photography.
Dr. Jenny Waldoch
I attended UW-Madison and received a Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science and then attended the UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine to earn my DVM. After graduating I completed a small animal medicine and surgery internship as well as extensive training in a large variety of species including pocket pet exotics. My interests include wound care, anesthesia, exotic animals, neonates and senior pet care. Outside of work I love spending time with my 2 children (boy/girl twins). We enjoy anything outdoors; fishing, biking, gardening and more. We currently have 1 elderly cat named Tazi.
Dr. Andrea Jumes
I earned my Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology and Environmental Studies from St. Olaf College and then went on to earn my Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) from Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine. I am originally from Appleton and am excited to return to the great state of Wisconsin! Some of my special interests include preventative medicine, dermatology, and soft-tissue surgery. The special connection between humans and animals is what initially drew me to the veterinary field and being able to pay witness to the human-animal bond daily is what continues to drive me in this profession. Outside of work I enjoy playing tennis, skiing, knitting, and hiking with my dog Milo. I look forward to meeting you and your furry companions at Companion Animal Hospital!