Bovine Staff

  • Dr. Shayne Marker

    Dr. Shayne Marker, graduated from Iowa State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1997. His focus is large animal production medicine with areas of expertise in equine medicine. He has been a partner at Waconia Veterinary Clinic since 2002.

    His hobbies include coaching his children in sports. He also finds time for hunting and fishing. He lives in Waconia with his wife and three children.

  • Dr. Brad Dohm

    Dr. Brad Dohm, graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Veterinary School in 1992 and has been with the Waconia Veterinary Clinic since 1993. His area of veterinary expertise includes dentistry, reproduction and ophthalmology.

    He enjoys the outdoors, particularly skiing and fishing. He lives in Waconia with his wife, two children and two cats.

  • Dr. Kari Keehr

    Dr. Kari Keehr, graduated from Iowa State University's College of Veterinary Medicine in 2004. She has been working at the Waconia Veterinary Clinic since 2005 and her professional interests are in all aspects of bovine medicine. She lives in Waconia with her husband, their daughter, son, and one cat. She enjoys spending time with family, gardening, running, and reading in her spare time.

  • Elizabeth

    Elizabeth, a certified veterinary technician, has been employed by Waconia Veterinary Clinic since 2001. She is a large animal technician. In her free time, she enjoys playing softball, horseback riding, camping and gardening.

    She is married and has two sons, two dogs, two cats, and two horses.

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  • "The staff at WVC is wonderful! Not only with my dairy cows but also with my dogs! My hard working collie cut himself and they were so accommodating and able to fit him in to the schedule to stitch him up. Highly recommend Waconia Vet Clinic!"
    Emily Melissa Hanson

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