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Dr. Kim Voller
Dr. Kim Voller graduated from the University of Minnesota in 1988. Kim's work with Dr. Juergens as a student and her strong background with horses enabled her to jump right into practice at Anoka Equine. Dr. Voller has a strong interest in reproduction, neonatal care and anesthesia. Dr. Voller has been involved in the local combined training/eventing scene for many years as a competitor, and now as the organizer for the Trott Brook Horse Trials. She and her husband, Dr. Kevin Voller, have three children: Brenna, Clayton, and Cole.
Dr. Kevin M. Voller
Dr. Kevin Voller graduated from the University of Minnesota in 1988. He and Dr. Kim Voller met while in veterinary school and were married in 1987. Following graduation he worked in ambulatory equine practice for 1 year before returning to the University of Minnesota for a large animal surgical residency. He joined Anoka Equine in 1991. His interests are his three children, Brenna, Clayton, and Cole, hunting, fishing, horses, and anything outdoors.
Dr. J.C. Thieke
Dr. J.C. Thieke graduated from the University of Minnesota Veterinary School in 1996. He completed an equine internship in Colorado at Littleton Large Animal Clinic, and then practiced in an equine clinic in Sioux Falls, South Dakota for two years before joining Anoka Equine in 1999. His professional interests include sports medicine including lameness, surgery, dentistry and chiropractics. Dr. Thieke also serves on the American Association of Equine Practitioners Dental Committee. He and his wife Tara (a small animal veterinarian) have four children: Grace, Colter, Hayden, and Bennett. They enjoy outdoor activities including camping, hunting and western performance horses.
Dr. Dave Schwinghamer
Dr. David Schwinghamer is a Minnesota native from the southeast Twin Cities region. He began his veterinary studies in 2000 at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, and completed his final year at Texas A&M University School of Veterinary Medicine. He began practicing in an ambulatory practice outside of North Branch, MN in 2004. After two years he joined a private practice in San Antonio, TX with emphasis on surgery, emergency, and referral type medicine. Dr. David returned to Minnesota and joined Anoka Equine in the spring of 2008. Dr. David and his wife Theresa have two children, Lindsay and Logan. His primary interests are spending time with his family, as well as hunting waterfowl in the fall months.
Dr. Rick S. Marion
Dr. Rick Marion was born and raised in Manhattan, Kansas, and attended Kansas State University for seven years to get his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree and a Master’s degree in pathology. After veterinary school, Dr. Rick spent three years in private mixed practice. He returned to his academic pursuits in 1985 at the University of Minnesota, completing a three-year residency in Large Animal Surgery, and two additional years as an assistant professor working in the Large Animal Clinic. Dr. Rick then spent six years at the University of Missouri as a food animal clinician and equine ambulatory clinician. After finding moss growing on the bottom of his sneakers, Dr. Rick moved on to a private large animal practice in Stearns County, MN, and worked there for four years. The opportunity to move down the interstate to Anoka Equine arose in 2002, and he’s been here ever since. Outside work, Rick enjoys daily tirades against government spending, taxation, and intrusion into the lives of its citizens.
Dr. Ingrid O. Borkoski
Dr. Ingrid Borkoski earned her veterinary degree from the University of Wisconsin in Madison. She then completed a one-year internship at Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital in Snohomish, Washington. She moved back to the Midwest and joined Anoka Equine in the Fall of 2000. Dr. Ingrid has a particular interest in acupuncture and reproduction. Dr. Ingrid lives in Zimmerman with her husband, Eric, their two children, Ivy and Miles, and their two Golden Retrievers, Iris and Nellie. She enjoys fishing, snowmobiling and hockey.
Dr. Marta Davis-Tetrault Powers
Dr. Marta Davis-Tetrault Powers completed her veterinary education 20 minutes from home at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine. Following graduation, she completed an internship at The Equine Clinic at OakenCroft in upstate New York. Dr. Marta has a strong interest in medicine, reproduction, radiology, lameness, anesthesia, and neonatal care. Additionally, Dr. Marta enjoys volunteering for both equine and small animal areas of need. Dr. Marta’s husband, Chris, is a large animal veterinarian. They have two cats, Vega and Nova, and one dog, Odin. Dr. Marta enjoys traveling, bird watching, cooking, time outdoors, and spending time with family and friends.
Dr. Mary E. Huerter, Intern 2016-2017
Dr. Mary E. Huerter graduated from Iowa State University in May 2016. Before attending veterinary school, Mary trained horses and showed extensively in eventing. She has also previously worked as an archaeologist (!) and a journalist. Mary’s professional interests include lameness evaluation, sports medicine, dentistry, and ophthalmology. When not working, Dr. Mary enjoys spending time with her horse, Scooter, her dog, Bridget, her boyfriend, Craig, and her nieces and nephews. She is a hiking and biking enthusiast who is also an avid reader and flint knapper. Dr. Mary is very excited to spend internship year with Anoka Equine, and is looking forward to meeting her new clients and patients.
Dr. Monica Snyder
Dr. Monica Snyder is a Minnesota native, originally from a small town south of the Twin Cities. During college, she gained valuable experience in varied areas of the equine field, from hunter/jumper barns to thoroughbred race tracks (Canterbury Park in MN and Oaklawn Park in AR) to a world-renowned breeding operation in eastern PA. In addition, Monica spent many summers, school breaks and spare weekends working with the doctors and staff at Anoka Equine. After graduating from the University of Minnesota's College of Vet Med in 2013, she spent the next several years as an equine ambulatory vet in western PA. When the opportunity arose, Monica jumped at the chance to move back to MN and join Anoka Equine in early 2017. In her free time, Monica enjoys spending time with family, curling up with coffee and a good book, and (mildly) obsessively keeping track of Thoroughbred racing and breeding. She has two rescue dogs, Carl and Scoobie, and a Thoroughbred off the track named Ozzie.