701 W Main St, Suite 167, Marshall, WI 53559, US
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(608) 655-3963

Marshall Pet Care Clinic

Veterinary Services Supporting Healthy Animals




The Team

Dr. Lu

Luanne Schumacher, DVM
Veterinarian / Owner
​Dr. Luanne Schumacher is a 1991 graduate of the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine. She practiced in Madison before purchasing the Marshall Pet Care Clinic in January of 2003. She is a member of the AVMA and WVMA. In her spare time Luanne enjoys relaxing with her husband Curt and three children, Mandy, Jacob and John.  She also enjoys gardening, skiing and spending time up North. She lives in Marshall with her family and Daisy Mae (an Australian Cattle Dog Mix), Roxie (a Border Collie Mix), and their five cats:  Frank Lin Tataglia (the crazy one eyed cat),  Blue Lou-Lou Marini (but his friends call him Blue), Moses Sahto Gagliano, Lilly -  Lady of the Lillies, and Frederick Ferguson Fredrickson.

Dr. Christa

Christa Hunley, DVM

Associate Veterinarian

​Christa grew up in Verona, Wisconsin. After an active duty tour in the Navy, she decided that troubleshooting pets would be more gratifying than troubleshooting airplanes. Christa graduated from the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine in 2004 and joined Marshall Pet Care as Associate Veterinarian in 2006. She is a member of the AVMA and WVMA. She currently lives in Sun Prairie with her husband, Trevor, two children, Jackson and Reagan, her sneaky beagle mix named Iris, Rascal her mischevious beagle, Angus the tough kitty cat and their other sneaky cat Willy who loves "counter surfing".  In her spare time Christa enjoys knitting, cooking and fly fishing.

Kimberly

Kimberly Wormley, CVT

Veterinary Technician

Kim started working at the Marshall Pet Care Clinic in May of 2008.  Originally from Kenosha, WI, she has worked in the veterinary field for over 15 years.  She finished the requirements to become a certified veterinary technician in 2015. In her spare time she enjoys reading paranormal literature, catching a movie now and then, and she loves anything involving cats!!  She lives in Sun Prairie with her husband and 3 kids (cats); Aeris, Peanut and Zaboo.

Linde

Linde  Roelke, CVT

Veterinary Technician

Linde graduated from MATC in 2012 and has been with our clinic since 2014.  When not working, you can find her hunting, kayaking and attempting to snowboard.  She currently lives in DeForest with her husband Andrew and their little daughter Rylie, along with their fur babies, Oliver Todd who is a bulldog mix and Nikka the pitbull who will lick your face off with kisses.

Katie

Katie Braithwaite

Veterinary Technician

Katie has been with Marshall Pet Care since August of 2017 working as a veterinary assistant and recently graduated from the Madison College Veterinary Technician Program in May of 2018.  Previously she milked cows at a local dairy farm and has enjoyed the transition from large to small animals!  When not at work, she likes to spend time reading, improving her Euchre skills, and trying her hand at amateur photography.


Tonya

Tonya Coop

Office Manager

Tonya graduated from UW-Platteville in 2004 with a B.S. in Agricultural Education.  After working with agricultural entrepeneurs and a horticulture business she joined the clinic in 2006 finding her true passion was with animals.  Her other passions include riding her motorcycle as much as she can, exploring nature and reading.  Her cat named "Pooch" graciously allows her to live with him in Marshall and they also took in "The Incredible Hulk." (See below)

The Incredible Hulk

The Incredible Hulk
Front Desk Superviser​
This little guy was found in a dumpster in October of 2014.  He had about three feet and a tail in the grave, but with a LOT of care he survived.  He still has some pretty major medical issues that are never going away, but he has a pretty good life.  He is Tonya's cat, so he lives at her house, but he comes to "supervise" her quite frequently. If you're in the area stop in and say hi, just please ask how to pet him before touching him (he has some painful spots and can lash out if handled improperly or startled since he's half blind).  And trust us, you don't want to see him angry...