OUR DEDICATED TEAM
Whether it’s routine preventive veterinary care or an unexpected emergency, you’ll find the supportive atmosphere and attentive compassion you expect for your loyal and trusting companion.
We are here for you.
Dr. Katie Hom
Dr. Katie is originally from Duluth, MN and graduated from the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine. She began practicing small animal medicine in the Brainerd Lakes area in a practice that also operated a wildlife rehabilitation program. Labradors to loons, beagles to badgers; all helped to develop a broad application of medicine across many species.
She continued to practice part-time while raising her three children in Ashland, WI and eventually moved with them to Eagle River in 2009. Five years later, she became owner of the Eagle River Animal Hospital. Her clinical interests include acupuncture and animal behavior to further support health and well-being in her patients.
She lives and fills her spare time on a hobby farm where she can enjoy her two horses and two cats. One day she will find time to return to quilting, reading and gardening, but not yet.
Dr. Mary Camp
Dr. Mary grew up in St. Germain, WI, with her 6 siblings and parents. She attended Northland Pines, where she met her middle school sweetheart, Dr. Brad Camp, a local dentist. After graduating veterinary school from the University of Wisconsin in 2013, they moved back home to the Northwoods. Dr. Mary has two rambunctious young boys (Nicholas and Colin), two oversized lap dogs (Lambeau and Lilo), two barn cats (Shere Khan and Her-meow-ne), and a small flock of layer chickens.
In her free time, Dr. Mary enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She loves being outdoors, hiking, swimming and camping in the summer, then cross country skiing and sledding in the winter. She has been lucky to join a sand volleyball league during the summers as another way to stay active in the beautiful Northwoods. Most days she explores her own backyard with her family and pets. When she gets a few free minutes to herself, Dr. Mary enjoys reading. She is happy that both of her boys have taken after her love of books, and she is already introducing Nicholas to the world of Harry Potter.
Dr. Mary began her career shadowing and then working for Dr. Dan Paretsky at the Eagle River Animal Hospital before attending college. With a little push from those around her, she ultimately decided to become a veterinarian herself. Her favorite part of veterinary medicine is getting to know her clients and hearing the stories they share with their furry family members. She has a special interest in dermatology, basic soft tissue surgery, and ultrasonography. Dr. Mary has recently begun expanding her skills with ultrasound and looks forward to developing in this area of medicine. She enjoys the challenge of difficult cases, learning more with every case so that she can best help her future patients live long and healthy lives. Dr. Mary has been a veterinarian at the Eagle River Animal Hospital since June 2014.
Dr. Pamela Buchli and Dr. Roger Fleming
Dr. Fleming grew up in New York and moved to Florida after completing college. Prior to veterinary school, he worked at Care of Rehabilitation of Wildlife (C.R.O.W.) on Sanibel Island, FL and at Coral Veterinary Clinic in Fort Myers, FL. He graduated from veterinary school at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Dr. Buchli was born in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin and is happy to be back in her home state. Prior to attending veterinary school, she received her Doctorate in Pharmacology and Toxicology at Dartmouth Medical School. She completed veterinary school at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Drs. Fleming and Buchli have practiced small animal medicine in Vermont, Florida, northern Wisconsin, and Montana. During their careers they have owned two veterinary clinics. They recently moved back to northern Wisconsin with their sheltie, Bailey, who loves to paddleboard and go sledding. They both enjoy the outdoors including hiking, kayaking, mountain biking, cross country skiing, and fly fishing. They are excited to join the friendly team at Eagle River Animal Hospital and look forward to meeting the residents and visitors of the Northwoods and their companion animals.
Certified Veterinary Technician
Carol is an original asset to the Eagle River Animal Hospital, starting in 1987 as a school-to-work student from Northland Pines High School. She went on to college in Madison and graduated from the Veterinary Technician program. After working at a variety of small animal and equine practices in Illinois and Wisconsin, she returned to Eagle River Animal Hospital as their first CVT in 2005. She is married to her high school sweetheart and has two wonderful children, two very cute puppies, three cats, and two rabbits. She spends most of her free time Jeeping in the beautiful Northwoods, always wishing for longer summers.
Practice Manager, Certified Veterinary Technician
Amber has worked as a technician for over 10 years and has been at Eagle River Animal Hospital since 2014. She enjoys client education and patient care. She lives in Sugar Camp with her husband Greg, their three children, and Standard Poodles named Rose and Violet. Amber also has a hobby farm with chickens, ducks, geese and turkeys.
Certified Veterinary Technician
Monica has been a member of the Eagle River Animal Hospital team since 2015. She loves the fast-paced environment of working in the hospital and making a positive difference in the lives of animals and their owners. Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her family and being outdoors. She has a daughter named Lennon and three dogs (Malakai, Molly, and Bentley), two cats (Baby and Maximus), and three Ferrets (Biggie, Smalls, and Orphan Annie).
Lindsay attended UW-Green Bay to study animal science and worked in the zoo field before coming to Eagle River in 2019. She lives in Woodruff with her husband and two dogs, Gus Gus and Winnie. She loves assisting in surgery and is always willing to go the extra mile for the care of the animals here at the clinic.
Inspired by a love for animals since “the day she was born,” Heidi has been working in the veterinary field for almost a decade and joined our hospital in 2019. A lifelong resident of Muskego, WI, she and her family recently moved to the Eagle River Area, along with a husky named Denali, a morkie named Kenzi, cats Charlie and Houdini, and a Holland lop rabbit called Angel. When she’s not working, she enjoys going on the water and soaking nature in, fishing and exploring the Northwoods.
Heide has been with the practice since 2019. She lives in Eagle River with her husband, Jason, and three kids, Christopher, Addy, and Ava Jo. They share their home with two pups, Venus and Zeus. In Heide’s spare time she loves to conquer fitness goals and has completed an ultramarathon. Her love for animals shows in many ways here at the clinic and she continues to want to grow and learn in this field of work.
After working at a daycare/boarding facility in southern Wisconsin, Amanda moved to Three Lakes with her pup, Susie, and joined the Eagle River team. In her free time she loves to be outdoors and explore all the beauty there is to offer in the area while working towards her Dental Hygiene degree.
Kennel Assistant/Veterinary Assistant
An Eagle River native, Kimberly has been working at the practice since 2017. Kimberly has always had a passion for animals and learning all she can about how their bodies work, and she is beginning her educational path to become a veterinarian. She loves her two cats, Turner and Suzie, and in her free time she enjoys being outside and experimenting with different forms of art.
Sarah originally joined Eagle River Animal Hospital in 2001. After leaving in 2009 to attend college she returned in 2014 as a receptionist. Sarah and her wife, Charlene, live in Eagle River with their three dogs (Rory, Kenzi, and Bellatrix), two cats (Boober and Raven), and ball python Nagini. They’re hoping to add more exotic pets to their family in the future. In her free time, Sarah enjoys reading, writing, rockhounding, and making jewelry.
Linda has been welcoming pets and their owners to the clinic since 2001. Outside of work, Linda loves working in her flower garden, biking, reading, baking, and family gatherings. She also enjoys walking with her husband while watching their German Wirehair Pointer, Ally, work the fields bird hunting.
As a receptionist at the hospital, Jean feels that the most rewarding part of her job is helping you care for your pets. Her own furry family member is a Chesapeake Bay Retriever named Andy, and she enjoys taking him swimming and going for long walks outdoors.
Originally from Arizona, Jami moved to Wisconsin in 2014 and is absolutely loving all the Northwoods has to offer. She has an amazing family that includes her fiancé, three wonderful kids, and three crazy pooches. In her spare time she loves camping, fishing, and anything that involves the outdoors. As a huge animal lover, she’s thrilled to work in the hospital and couldn’t ask for a better team of people to work with.
They have a very kind staff always welcome the animals and show much love to them and the service is always the best😇😇Amazing animal hospital !!!