Meet Our Team

Dr. Jeff Bohn DVM

Dr. Jeff is the owner and founder of Northwest Wisconsin Veterinary Service.  He has over 25 years of experience in veterinary medicine.  He specializes in Dairy Herd Health and Beef production medicine.  Jeff is married to Dr. Jill and together they have 2 boys.  They operate a beef farm and raise miniature horses as a hobby.

Dr. Jill Armstrong DVM

Dr. Jill has over 20 years of experience in the veterinary medicine field.  She particularly enjoys surgery and dedicates many hours to the Spay/Neuter and Wellness clinic here at Northwest WI Veterinary.

Hanna- Practice Manager

Hanna has over 8 years of experience in Animal Welfare/Shelter management, Animal Care, and Customer Service. 

Hanna enjoys spending time with her young daughter, her corgi Gemma, and her cat Oswald (affectionately known as Waffles). She is an avid reader and paints in her free time. While she has always been a wild life enthusiast, her heart belongs to the relationship between companion animals and their owners.  

Mallory- Veterinary Technician

Mallory has over 15 years of experience as a veterinary technician and extensive experience with all types of pets, from rescue and shelter pets to companion animals. 

Mallory has a special fondness for giant breed dogs, as well as our clinic cats Carmel and Dobby. In her free time she enjoys camping with her son and husband.  

Jessica- Veterinary Technician

Jessica has 7 years of experience as a veterinary technician. 

In her free time she spends time with her critters including her dog, cat, ferret, hedgehog, and bearded dragons. She loves to be with her family and friends, and spends her down time reading. 

Jenni - Customer Service Representative

Jenni has 4 years of customer service experience, and has both professional and personal experience interacting with animals including; training horses, training dogs, and breeding border collies. 

In her free time, Jenni loves to go hiking, camping, and participate in sports activities with her two daughters. She also does agility, obedience, frisbee league, and dock diving with her three border collies, Iris, Ram, and Angus. 

Vicky-Customer Service Representative

Vicky has 4 years of in clinic experience working in customer service and as a vet assistant. 

When she's not working she spends a lot of time with her kids and family. She enjoys an assortment of outdoor activities, as well as quiet time at home. 

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