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Dr. Christman is a 1996 graduate of the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine and is the owner of Healthy Pet Veterinary Clinic. While she started her veterinary career at a large animal practice where she took care of horses and all types of farm animals, Dr. Christman opened the doors at Healthy Pet Veterinary Clinic in 2001 and hasn't looked back since. Carla loves Madison with it's the eclectic people and never ending list of things to do out on the town.
Dr. Christman is a member of the following organizations:
Dr. Christman works closely with several animal rescue groups and greatly enjoys being able to help animals in need. At home you would often find Dr. Christman out in her garden or just being outside enjoying a warm summer day. Exercise and Doctor Who are some of her two greatest passions. She also shares her home with a very large and varied group of critters: a rescued greyhound named Jasper; a goofy boxer named Cassidy, her 4 cats - Zeke, Fluffy, George, and Willie; 3 ferrets named CeCe, Ponce and DeeDee The Destructor and Pig the best bunny in the world. Most recently 3 kittens joined the herd named Amelia Pond, Rory and Hugh Jackman.
Dr. Oxley graduated from the UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine in 1999. Prior, she received her BS in Biology/Zoology with a minor in music (flute) from UW-Platteville, her hometown. Dr. Oxley has lived in Madison since 1995 and has been an associate with Healthy Pet since 2008.
Dr. Oxley's professional interests include: Canine and Feline Behavior, Stress-Free Veterinary Medicine, Alternative Therapies and Pain Management, Client Education, and expanding her knowledge of Small Mammals.
Dr. Oxley is a longstanding member of the following organizations:
When she is not at the clinic, Dr. Oxley enjoys many outdoor activities year-round with her husband Aaron and her standard poodle, Rogue. She enjoys trail running, hiking, backpacking, skiing and skijoring, and kayaking/canoeing. She has traveled with Aaron to many amazing locations such as several countries in Europe, Africa to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro, Peru, and Spain. Mr. Rugby, the big boy kitty, keeps everything and everyone in balance while she is at home and away.
Dr. Roberts is a 1999 graduate of the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine.
Before entering the veterinary profession, Dr. Roberts received her B.S. in Zoology, also from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is a native Madisonian and has been practicing in the area since her graduation.
Working at the University of Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital early in her career sparked her interest in surgery, anesthesia and pain management. Other professional interests include geriatrics, endocrine diseases, oral health and alternative therapies.
Outside the clinic Dr. Roberts enjoys spending time with her husband and 2 children. She is an avid triathlete and participates in a variety of sports and outdoor activities. They share their home with a 3-legged dog named Tripp and a "cool cat" named Smoker Jones.