Dr. Gurdeep Singh, DVM
Dr. Singh has been practicing small animal medicine in Wisconsin since 1996. He graduated from Punjab Veterinary College, India in 1991. Dr. Singh successfully completed the Intensive Post Graduate Course in Clinical Veterinary Medicine at Animal Medical Center, New York City. He also studied at Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine, Ames and gained invaluable clinical experience in the field of veterinary medicine and surgery. Dr. Singh owned and practiced at Menomonee Falls Animal Hospital in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin. After ten years, Dr. Singh established Animal Care Hospital. Dr. Singh has special interest and experience in preventive health care, geriatric health care, internal medicine, and surgery. He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association.
Dr. Amanda Carriveau, DVM
Dr. Amanda Carriveau graduated from the School of Veterinary Medicine at UW- Madison in 2012. She has been practicing small animal medicine in southeast Wisconsin ever since. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association. Her interests in veterinary medicine include preventive care and internal medicine. When not at the clinic, she enjoys horseback riding and spending time with her family and her cat, Jackson.
Practice manager/Head Veterinary Technician/Technician Supervisor
Trisha has been working in the veterinary field since 1994. She has also acted as an office manager/supervisor since 1999. Trisha began working with Dr. Singh in 2000. She is pet first aid/CPR certified and has a certificate in Veterinary Assisting. She has lived on a farm and has cared for a wide variety animals including horses, goats, chickens, ducks, guinea pigs and rabbits. Trisha has two dogs Rufus, an English Mastiff,and Scrappy, a Yorkie Poo. She
Certified Veterinary Technician
Shannon has been working as a veterinary assistant/receptionist since 2004. Shannon is a Certified Veterinary Technician and is also pet first aid/CPR certified. She has a Bachelor of Science degree with a Biology major from Wisconsin Lutheran College in Milwaukee. During her undergraduate studies, Shannon presented an independent study publication on the disease of Canine Hip Dysplasia. In her free time, Shannon enjoys attending continuing education seminars and online courses to further her knowledge in many different pet health areas. Shannon is married and has a daughter, as well as two dogs, a cat and a guinea pig.
Callie graduated from UW-Madison with a Pre-Vet Spanish degree and is planning on furthering her education in vet school. She is also canine First Aid/CPR certified and has completed animal care internships with Best Friends Animal Society and Farm Sanctuary. Callie has a Lab/Shar Pei mix named Luna and a Bloodhound/Rottweiler mix named Bryce.
Amy joined the staff at Animal Care Hospital in September of 2012. She has volunteered at the Wisconsin Humane Society as an adoption teammate. She also led group dog training classes at Happy Hounds in Germantown. Amy attended behavioral seminars and workshops with Dr. Ian Dunbar, Brenda Aloff, and Nicole Wilde. She has three dogs Enzo, Maranello, and Fiona.
Along with dogs and cats, Anne's family has also cared for horses, cows, pigs and the occasional duck over the years. Anne has been working in the veterinary field off-and-on since 2001. She came to join us in 2013. She and her husband are currently the proud parents of five cats ranging in age from one to thirteen years.
Dorothy has a Pre-Vet Biology Degree from University of Northwestern - St. Paul . She is working on becoming a Certified Veterinary Technician this summer. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her husband and her dog Rambo.
Nikki graduated from the Milwaukee Career College in 2015. She earned her certificate in the Veterinary Assistant program. Nikki is planning on continuing to earn her Veterinary Technician degree. She also works at a doggy daycare. When she is not working she enjoys spending time with her dogs Coco , a husky mix, and Hunter, a Blue Heeler mix.
Annie began working at Animal Care Hospital in July 2008. She has two dogs (Kaco & Kiko) and a cat named Mischew.
Chief is a very tough boss to work for. His day usually consists of sitting on top of the printer and dealing in customer relations such as door greeting and purse hunting. His favorite past time is chasing the laser light and playing with all the small dogs that come to visit him.