Judy rejoined our staff in 2007 as our professional phone consultant. Her main goal is to call our clients that have treatments, exams and vaccinations that are coming due and help them make their appointment so their pet is fully protected at all times. She works 2 or 3 afternoons/evenings a week keeping in contact with our great clients. She does a great job!
Judy lives by Amery with her husband, Kermit and her family includes daughter, Shannan - daughter, Brandy,(children, Ethan & Lola) – son, Nate (wife RuthAnn and children Tristan & Levi) – daughter, Brianna (husband Wayne and grandpuppy, Vincent & Zoe.
Judy’s pets include Daisy – a vivacious Boston Terrier and Oliver, a long-haired Chihuahua. They keep her busy!
Judy’s hobbies include sewing, crocheting, jigsaw puzzles, reading, playing cards with family and friends, and hanging out with the grandchildren.
She pretends she’s a Viking fan only because Kermit is a Green Bay Packer fan. Wouldn’t you like to be in their living room during a Viking/Packer game!
Jen lives with her boyfriend Casey Callender and their household of loving animals.
- Daisy is a domestic short-haired calico. She acts as the boss of the house and isn’t shy of vocalizing her sassiness.
- Lily is a domestic short-haired Siamese who is shy and quite the snuggle bug; her favorite treat is a little catnip of course!
- Diesel is a mastiff-pit, he is a big ol’ teddy bear who loves to play, go camping and take a ride in the truck.
- Mika is a border collie-pit, of course with her energy she loves to play, swim, chase the squirrels, go camping and take a ride in the truck.
- Rosco is a crested gecko
When Jen can find some free time you can find her outdoors as she loves to go kayaking, camping, fishing and concerts all while hanging out with her great friends! She is an avid fan of the Minnesota Vikings.
Through all of that, Jen also takes time to help out in her community of Somerset a few times a month. By getting together with some friends and cleaning up the Apple River of cans, bottles, glass, etc. to allow people to enjoy the true beauty of the river. Thanks Jen!