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Veterinary Technician

Carlie Scriver

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Veterinary Technician

Carlie Scriver

Carlie graduated from Onalaska Luther High School in 2009.  She went on to study Animal Science with a veterinary technician emphasis at the University of Wisconsin, River Falls, and finished there in 2012.  She continued her education at Globe University in La Crosse and received her Veterinary Technician degree in 2014.  Carlie went on to become certified in WI as a CVT in 2015.

We recruited Carlie to join us at West Salem Veterinary Clinic in March of 2013 as a veterinary assistant. When she graduated from Globe she began moved right into veterinary technician duties.  Carlie has a compassion for working with animals in treatment and surgery and helping them to rest comfortably while in the clinic.  She loves being in the animal care field because she gets to see a lot of different breeds of animals as well as the many different personalities among them.  Carlie has loved taking care of large and small animals since she was a little girl.  One of the greatest aspects of animal care for Carlie is seeing them live happy, healthy lives, and seeing them fully recover from any sickness or health problems.

When she is not working, Carlie likes to spend time on her family’s dairy farm hanging out with her cows, her family, and her husband, Jacob Scriver.  Some of their favorite things to do are fishing, hunting, and spending time out on the lake with Jacob’s family.  Carlie also loves to play the piano, softball, and volleyball.