Our caring and compassionate veterinary care team!

Meet the Veterinarians & Team of Dodgeville Veterinary Services! We’re pleased to provide exceptional vet care for your pets!

Please call us at 608-935-2306 to speak to one of our caring veterinary staff members!

Fear Free Certified

Our Team is Fear Free Certified

Alan Holter, DVM

Dr. Alan Holter is the medical director of Dodgeville Veterinary Service, and has worked at the veterinary hospital since 1990. He grew up in Ames, Iowa and attended Iowa State University for his undergraduate and Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine degrees. He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association, the American Animal Hospital Association, and the Southwest Wisconsin Veterinary Association. Dr. Holter’s professional interests include all types of veterinary surgery, veterinary spinal manipulation, canine rehabilitation, dentistry and internal medicine. Dr. Holter only does small animals.

Dr. Holter is the son of a veterinarian and spent much of his childhood alongside his dad at work. “I never wanted to be anything other than a veterinarian since I was a child,” he says.

Dr. Holter has been active in the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association and served on the executive board from 2012-2015. Then in 2017 he was elected President Elect of the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association (WVMA) at the annual state convention this October. Dr Holter will hold the President Elect position in 2018, President in 2019 and past President in 2020 of the WVMA. The WVMA represents the veterinarians in Wisconsin and its mission is to advocate and promote veterinary medicine, while enriching animal and human health.

“I enjoy my profession and wake up each morning wanting to go to work,” says Dr. Holter. “Every day I have the opportunity to help pets stay healthy and help their owners enjoy the human-animal bond that is so strong with our pets. Whether it’s a 2-year-old carrying around her new kitten or a senior citizen bringing in their closest canine companion, I’m proud to have the privilege of helping them.”

Dr. Holter’s wife, Jamie, is Dodgeville Veterinary Service’s practice manager. They have two adult sons, two granddaughters and a grandson. They share their home with five pets: Nutter, a dachshund mix; Frodo, a terrier mix; and three cats named Felix, Ivy and Elsa. In his free time he enjoys woodworking, hunting, gardening and traveling.

Nicole Ebbe, DVM

Dr. Nicole Ebbe joined Dodgeville Veterinary Service in 2014. Dr. Ebbe completed her undergraduate work at the University of Wisconsin – Platteville, where she majored in Biology with a Zoology emphasis. She earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Illinois – Champaign Urbana in 2012, and is a member of the the American Animal Hospital Association, American Veterinary Medical Association, and the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Ebbe’s professional interests include surgery, dentistry, behavior, nutrition, and exotic animal medicine.

Dr. Ebbe grew up in Waukesha, WI. “When I was a child, I had a Labrador retriever named Thor,” she says. “We did everything together, and he was my driving force for wanting to be a veterinarian.”

Dr. Ebbe says her favorite thing about being a veterinarian is that no two days are ever the same. “I enjoy knowing I can make a difference in a pet’s life. There is nothing like the ‘thank you’ you get from a pet that feels healthy again because of what I’ve done for them.”

Dr. Ebbe is married to Kyle. They have two energetic outgoing sons, Archer and Calvin. The Ebbe family has two cats (Douglas and Raphael), and a dog (Arya). She spends her free time with her family hiking, biking, running, hunting, fishing, and crafting.

Marcus Wisniewski, DVM

Dr. Marcus Wisniewski graduated from the University of Illinois with a doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 2016 and completed an internship at Wisconsin Equine Clinic and Hospital. Following his internship Marcus entered mixed animal practice where he did mostly horse and small animal work. His professional interests include internal medicine, neonatology, chiropractic/rehabilitation, and surgery.

Dr. Marcus, completed his certification in Veterinary Spinal Manipulative Therapy (VSMT) throughthe Healing Oasis Veterinary Wellness Center in 2019, and became a fellow of the College of Animal Chiropractors (CoAC). Dr. Marcus Wisniewski also does chiropractic on small animals and Horses.
In addition to serving small animal patients at Dodgeville Veterinary Service, Dr. Wisniewski is also performing VSMT on horses!

In his free time, Marcus enjoys time with his family, friends, and his pomeranian Eris. Other interests include exercise, video/board games, and anything that involves being outdoors. He is also actively involved in various community theater organizations including those in the Verona and Madison area.

Jennifer Milford, DVM

I completed my undergraduate degree at University of Illinois- Champaign Urbana, then moved to Tennessee to pursue a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at Lincoln Memorial University and will graduate in May 2020. My professional interests include surgery, nutrition, and exotic animal medicine, with a passion for preventative medicine. I believe that educating owners about the health and well being of their pets will serve to strengthen the human animal bond.

I grew up in the suburbs of Chicago where my passion for veterinary medicine began at an early age. Through hard work and perseverance my dream of becoming a veterinarian was achieved and I am excited to be a part of the Dodgeville Veterinary Service team where I can provide high quality medicine to my future patients!

In my free time I enjoy the company of my family and friends as well as several outdoor activities including hiking, horseback riding, and gardening.

Channelle Kohn, DVM

Dr. Kohn was born and raised in Southwest Wisconsin. She started her journey to a DVM at UW-Whitewater where she obtained her Bachelors of Science Degree in Biology and researched canine behavior. After graduation, she worked at the Green County Humane Society. After a few years, she went on to Iowa State University where she received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2019. Dr. Kohn looks forward to using the knowledge and experience she has gained to help those in her new community, as well as continue to learn more. Her special interests include behavior, preventative medicine, and rehabilitation. She is a member of the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association (WVMA) and American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA).
Dr. Kohn and her husband Michael have two rescue cats, Lucy (pictured) and Ashley, and a rescue dog, Nala, in their family. They enjoy spending time with family and friends, hiking, and cheering on the Packers. She also enjoys volunteering, gardening, and cooking in her free time.

Certified Veterinary Technicians

Lori, CVT-Team Lead

Lori joined the Dodgeville Veterinary Service staff in June 1995 after graduating from Madison Area Technical College. Her responsibilities include assisting with examinations, laboratory work, taking x-rays, assisting during surgical procedures, and more. Her professional interests include surgery and canine rehabilitation, and she worked closely with Dr. Holter to start Dodgeville Veterinary Service’s canine rehabilitation program.

“My co-workers are great,” says Lori. “They are all hard working and have really big hearts. I know pets are well cared for by all our staff.”

At home Lori has 3 cats, Willow Stripes and Turtle. In her free time she enjoys hiking, camping, scrapbooking, gardening, and spending time with her children, family and friends.

Cory, CVT

Cory worked for DVS from 2016-2018 then left to care for her 2 kids. She returned in 2019 help us part time.

Lexi, CVT

Lexi joined Dodgeville Veterinary Service in 2019. She graduated from Northeast Iowa Community College in 2019 from the Large Animal Veterinary Technician program. Congratulations Lexi for passing the National Certification Exam. Just the State Exam left to be a certified veterinary technician.

“I really enjoy the atmosphere of the Dodgeville Veterinary Service, everyone is so hard-working and dedicated to making animal lives better.”

Outside of work she enjoys showing and raising beef cattle, riding horses, spending time with her family and pets, and being in the outdoors.

Lexi has a black lab (Bear), three horses (Brandy, Pebbles, and Chief), and cattle (purebred Angus and Shorthorns).

Sam, CVT

Bio coming soon...

Client Service Representatives and Veterinary Technician Assistants

Sue, VTA-Team Lead

Sue joined the team at Dodgeville Veterinary Service in September 2003. Her responsibilities include answering phones and making appointments, ordering supplies, social media and various other clerical duties. She most enjoys interacting with clients and their pets when they come to our veterinary hospital. Sue holds an Associate’s degree in Secretarial Science.

“My coworkers share the same compassion for the clients and their pets,” says Sue. “We also have excellent veterinarians, which makes our clients extremely happy to come to our clinic.”

At home Sue has two Miniature Schnauzers named Scrappy and Molly. She enjoys spending her free time with her family and grandchildren, as well as camping, photography, and going to garage sales.

Brea, VTA-Team Lead

Veterinary Technician Assistant Brea joined our team in September 2015 and is responsible for assisting veterinarians and technicians during appointments and procedures, among other duties. With three years of experience in an animal-related field and an Associate’s degree in Veterinary Technology, she is studying hard for her licensing test this spring.

Breanna most enjoys Dodgeville Veterinary Service’s hard-working, teamwork-driven atmosphere and “being able to help make animal lives better.”

When she’s not at work, Breanna likes to spend her time outdoors and with family and friends. She has one pet, a young Blue Heeler-Border Collie mix named Oden.

Lauren, VTA-Team Lead

Lauren joined Dodgeville Veterinary Service in 2018. Her responsibilities include greeting patients, checking them in, and helping clients in any way she can as well as keeping the area tidy and clean.

Lauren was accepted in the Hybrid Veterinary Technician Program at Madison Area Technical College and will be starting school in the fall of 2019.

Lauren most enjoys DVS's hard-working, friendly atmosphere, the wide variety of services offered at DVS and helping to make animals lives better as well as working with the clients.

At home Lauren has one domestic longhair cat, Pumpkin, and a domestic short hair, Hubble, as well as two Blue-Heeler's, Earl and Emma that her parents and brother own.

When she isn't working, Lauren enjoys being outdoors: hunting, fishing, hiking, camping and so on. She also loves reading, painting, working on her families hobby farm where she also has a couple of goats, some rabbits, many chickens and two more outdoor cats, Sebastian and Merlin.

Nicole, VTA

Nicole joined the clinic team in 2019. She graduated from Southwest Technical College in May 2018 with an Animal Science Degree.

Nicole enjoys spending time with family and friends. She has a few pets: Daisy a catahula mix, Hank and Oreo that are goats and a few dairy cattle.

When she is not working she enjoys working with her dairy cattle and spending time on the lake up north.

Mikayla, VTA

Joined DVS in September of 2019. I received my Associates Degree in Veterinary Technology in 2016 and have worked in a Veterinary Clinic setting since graduating.

My duties include checking patients in, assisting with patient care, overall cleanliness of the clinic, and performing lab work.

I enjoy working at DVS because we have such a high standard of care and seeing the love and compassion owners have for their pets.

At home I have a 4 year old English Bulldog/Pitbull Mix Brutus, a 2 year old Great Dane Precious, a 16 week old kitten Tripp, and an occasional foster dog or cat.

In my free time I enjoy hiking and exploring the State and National Parks and Camping with my family and dogs.

Abby, VTA

I really enjoy working at DVS, I have learned so much and love meeting new clients and their fur babies.

Outside of work I enjoy hunting, cooking, being outdoors and spending time with my family and friends. I have a great pyranese mix named Harper who loves spending time at the dog park and at the farm, she definitely keeps me busy.

Brittany, VTA

Brittany started working with Dodgeville Veterinary Service in 2020. Brittany is grateful for this opportunity to work here while going to school at Madison Area Technical College to be a Veterinary Technician. There is always something new that she is learning and is always improving her skills.

Outside of work Brittany spends her free-time going on hikes, kayaking, and being with her friends and family. Brittany has 2 dogs, a golden retriever (Rylie) and a teddy bear (Nala), a cat (taco), and a guinea pig (Peaches)

Tara VTA

"Tara joined DVS as a Veterinary Technician Assistant in November of 2020. She is currently on a break from school in which she is working towards getting her associates degree in Health Information Technology. She does a little bit of everything at the clinic from answering phones to performing lab work to assisting with the care of our patients. She loves meeting all the fur babies that come in every day and can’t wait to meet more.
At home with her mom and brother she has 2 dogs, Jax (Jackson) a German
shepherd mix and Krazy a border collie mix. She also has two boys of her own, Apollo and Phoenix which are the most loving and cuddly cats I know and are my whole world. Outside of work she loves painting, playing board games (especially Clue), watching movies (horror), and watching baking shows

Cassie, VTA

Cassie started working with Dodgeville Veterinary Service in July 2020. She graduated from Darlington High School in 2008 and graduated from Dental Assisting at Southwest Tech in 2009. She figured out that it wasn't the right path, as she was talking to the patients more about their pets than themselves. She has loved animals since the day she was born. Cassie grew up with so many different pets; if not her own, her grandparents, her aunts and uncles, and other random animals that she grew to love.

Cassie lives in Darlington with her boyfriend, his daughter and son, their 2 dogs and 4 cats. She says that she would love to have more pets some day. Cassie loves working here at DVS and has a great relationship with all the pets and their humans!

P.S. Rani, the clinic cat (pictured with Cassie), is her favorite co-worker of all



I have recently completed the Professional Dog Grooming course at Iowa Lakes Community College. Although I have been grooming my terrier mix for the last ten years, I have learned having the right tools and learning some basic techniques makes all the difference. In November, a standard poodle joined the household, so I got plenty of practice honing my grooming skills. Growing up on a farm, I was always around animals and have always had a couple of cats or a dog or two in my home.

In my spare time, I am doing some home improvement projects. I also like to do acrylic pour painting, refinishing furniture, and am an avid reader. Of course I spend a lot of time with Lincoln(poodle) and Benny(terrier) throwing the frisbee and going for walks. Also travel quite frequently to Iowa to visit family and friends.


Alex grew up around the Spring Green area and attended River Valley Highschool. Alex worked at Spring Green Pet Resort where she was the groomer and took care of boarding clients.

At home, she has three dogs; a Great Dane named Django, German Shepherd named Jerzi and a Boxer, Jake as well as three cats; Munchkin, Chelsey and Sammy. Alex now lives on her family farm and loves spending time with her dogs, walking & running around the farm.