Lisa, Clinic Director
Lisa was born and raised on a dairy farm in Black Creek. As a young girl, she had just about every pet imaginable. Through 4-H, she showed many of these pets at the County Fair. As a young adult, she would often times visit the Humane Society and would make efforts to find proper homes for the pets in need. With this kind of love for animals, it was very fitting for her to marry a Veterinarian. She and Dr. Burno have 2 dogs – Abby and Molly. They also have 3 cats – Pearl, Annie, and Fancy. Lisa began working at Pulaski Veterinary Clinic in May of 2008. She spent the previous 12 ½ years working as a sales representative in Neenah. She loves working close to home now. Her favorite part of the job is having the opportunity to meet so many wonderful people and their pets.
Bobbi, Practice Manager
Bobbi lives in Gillett with her 4 children. They have a small hobby farm and have taken in many animals over the years. Bobbi is passionate about rescue and animals with special needs. They currently have 4 dogs, 6 cats, 2 horses, chickens, and a rabbit. She has been in the veterinary field for 12 years and has experience in both general practice and emergency clinic settings. Bobbi enjoys working with all types of animals and their owners.
Miranda, Administrative Assistant
Miranda lives in Black Creek with her husband, Josh and daughter, Everly. They have 1 chocolate labrador, Remington – and one cat, Lola. Miranda had previously worked as an office manager and also in retail sales and now she absolutely loves coming in to work at Pulaski Veterinary Clinic. She started here as a receptionist and is now working behind the scenes doing bookkeeping and other clinic tasks. In her free time Miranda loves spending time with family, going camping and playing outside with Everly & Remington. She also loves going to live theater performances and pinning on Pinterest.
Stephenie, Certified Veterinary Technician
Stephenie is a Certified Veterinary Technician. graduated from the Veterinary Technician Program at Madison Area Technical College with an Associates Degree in Applied Science. She lives in Shawano with her fiance, Craig, black labrador, Tripper and two cats, Axle & Turbo. She has always had a passion for animals and really enjoys working with the animals at Pulaski Veterinary Clinic. Stephenie was a 4-H member for 12 years and she showed cattle at the Shawano County Fair for 8 years. Her interests include spending time with friends and family. She loves bowling and being outdoors.
Amanda, Certified Veterinary Technician
Amanda lives in Sobieski with her 5 children, Tristan, Maguire, Makenzie, Hailey & Sylus. They have 2 dogs, Berlacinn (Yellow Lab) and Bones (Snorkie), 1 cat, Bagheera and a yard full of chickens. She has been in the veterinary field for 6 years in both emergency and general practice. She is happy to be part of the Pulaski Veterinary Clinic team. In her free time, Amanda enjoys spending time outdoors with her family and friends.
Brittany, Certified Veterinary Technician
Brittany graduated from Globe University’s Veterinary Technician program in 2016. She lives in Seymour with her husband and son. She has a dog named Eeyore, and two cats Dani and Ike. She loves having the opportunity to help animals every day.
Tanya, Certified Veterinary Technician
Tanya is a Certified Veterinary Technician. She attended Madison Area Technical College and has been in the veterinary field since 1997. She lives in Abrams with 5 dogs (4 of them seniors), 2 cats, and an assortment of barnyard animals. She has a special interest in senior pets, from nutrition to pain management and end of life care. In her spare time, she likes gardening and fiber arts (spinninig, knitting, weaving, etc.)
Noley, Certified Veterinary Technician
Noley graduated in 2019 from the Veterinary Technician Program at Madison Area Technical College with an Associates Degree in Applied Science. She lives in Cecil with Aussey, her cat, and Galvin, her red heeler mix that she rescued from Texas. In her free time she likes to do outdoor activities with her dog and spend time with her family and friends.
Nancy started working with the PVC team in November of 2000.
She lives in Krakow with her husband Bryan. She loves spending time with her children and grandchildren. At home she is surrounded by many animals (her passion); cows, horses, goats, ducks, geese, dogs, cats, ferrets, chinchilla, cockatiel and fish. She enjoys the outdoors, fishing and gardening in the little spare time allowed.
At work, she loves doing dentals, making such an improvement for the animal's overall well-being, just excites her (Not to mention what it does for their breath). She also enjoys bringing pets up front for discharge (after a procedure). She loves to see the animals greet their families - such devotion gives her goose-bumps. Animals are her passion - She loves them all and everything about them.
Brenna graduated from Broadview University (formerly Globe University) for Veterinary Technology.Brenna lives in Green Bay with her fiance, Michael, her dogs; Zoey (Shih Tzu Mix) & Loki (Chihuahua Mix). She also loves her parents pets Mazy (Shih Tzu Mix), Cookie (cat), and Daffy (Parakeet). She loves spending time with her family and friends. Brenna loves to fish, camp, go on bike rides, hike, and go to rock concerts.
Danielle lives in Seymour with her family and cat, Tiger. She attended the University of Wisconsin River Falls and graduated with a bachelor degree in animal science. She plans on attending veterinary school in the future. She enjoys horseback riding, going to car shows, and listening to rock music.
Allison lives in Green Bay with her Border Collie, Biscuit. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville with a bachelor’s degree in biology and has been in the veterinary field ever since. She has always had a passion for animals and loves being able to help them every day. She loves to read books, spend time with family and friends, and work on puzzles.
Kristin lives in Green Bay with her husband Doug, son Greyson, 3 dogs-Reggie a Springer, Si a Lab Mix and Smeagol a Chihuahua/Min Pin. She also has a cat named Squash and many other animals including birds and reptiles. Kristin has been working with and rescuing all sorts of animals way before grooming. In her free time, she loves being with family and friends. She also enjoys going up north where she loves to go four wheeling and take the dogs to swim.
Allie has been a professional pet groomer since 2016. Allie started in the pet care industry in 2012 and has been getting dirty dogs clean as a bather since 2013. Although she loves a great joke and speaks sarcasm fluently, she takes her job very seriously. Allie absolutely loves working with animals. She treats every pet on her grooming table as if it were her own. Allie's passion and/or "obsession" with animals continues into her home life where she enjoys helping at a local dog rescue. She has been fostering homeless pets since her childhood. She currently has a German Shepherd/Rottweiler named Wrigley (Go Cubs!) and a Chow/Rat Terrier named Cali. She also has a foster failure Chihuahua named Emby. There is always a random fur baby awaiting their forever home at Allie's house. Allie hopes to continue her career with animals into the future with dreams of someday opening her own special needs pet rescue.
Amy lives in Pulaski with her husband, two children and two dogs - a yellow Labrador "Raider" and a teacup Yorkie "Kota." Previously, Amy worked in the human medical field but really loves working with pets, in our reception area. In her free time she enjoys being with friends and family or snuggling with her dogs.
Morgan lives in Little Suamico with her family. She has 6 dogs, Boone (Silver Lab), Jazz, Darla, Shelby, Cynder (Plott Hounds), and Otis (Beagle). She also has been riding and showing horses since she was 9 years old. She was a 4-H member for nine years in the horse project at the Brown County Fair. Morgan likes to spend time with family, friends, and her boyfriend. She loves being outdoors and going up north to her cabin. She is excited to be a part of the Pulaski Veterinary Clinic team and being a Receptionist greeting pets and their owners.
Emmy was surrendered to Pulaski Veterinary Clinic after having repeated “urinary issues”. She has been treated, is now on prescription food and is doing great. The original intent was to get her healthy and find her a home, but after being with us for treatment – we fell in love with her and didn’t want to see her leave. She is a beautiful Himalayan and is part of the PVC family now. She has no fear of dogs, no matter the size or shape. You may see her roaming the halls or napping in the oddest places. She can have an attitude at times, but don’t we all?