Dr. David J. Riedl was born and grew up in the Fox River Valley. He graduated with honors from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh with a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry with emphasis in biochemistry. In 1986 Dr. Riedl received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine. While at Purdue, he also did research involving cancer, muscular dystrophy and nutrition. After graduation, Dr. Riedl returned to Wisconsin and has worked exclusively in small animal practice, starting HOUSE CALLS Veterinary Service in 1995.
"One of the things I love about veterinary medicine is that it offers the challenge of constant change. In keeping up with what is new in the field, I've always been an enthusiastic participant in continuing medical education. Every year I attend seminars in many different aspects of canine and feline medicine. Though the practitioner gets older and more experienced, the knowledge should stay young."
Dr. Riedl and his wife Barb have two children, two cats and two dogs. His practice interests encompass a wide range of family practice medicine and surgery. Outside of professional life, Dr. Riedl is an auto racing fan, a history buff, an outdoor enthusiast and plays trumpet in the jazz band, Hasband.
Julie Stetson, CVT, grew up on a farm near Oshkosh. She is a Certified Veterinary Technician, having earned her Associate Degree in Veterinary Technology at the Madison Area Technical College in 1988.
Julie has a wide base of experience in many areas of veterinary medicine including farm animal, equine, emergency, small animal and house call practice. Julie enjoys spending time with her husband, Gary, and daughter, Ivy, on their farm.
She is an accomplished barrel racer and spends some of her free time boarding and training horses, giving riding lessons, and playing violin in the New Horizons Orchestra of the Fox Valley.
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