Teresa Naser, Licensed Veterinary Technician
Teresa graduated from NDSU with a Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Technology in 2000. She is currently an active member of the North Dakota Veterinary Technician Association, of which she has recently served as president. Teresa has been with Sheridan Animal Hospital since 2001. Teresa enjoys working on the large variety of cases that occur in a rural practice. She especially enjoys surgery and work on the horse patients. Teresa is a technician that would be hard to replace. She is a very hard worker and is always a foot ahead of the veterinarians. The efficiency she brings to our clinic is unprecedented. Teresa and her husband, Trent, live in the country with their two daughters, Alexandra and Kaleigh. Her family has 5 horses, a dog-Shungka, and a hairless cat-Peaches. In her free time, Teresa enjoys riding horses, camping with her extended family, reading, digital scrap booking, and attending the kids' 4H, school and sporting events.
Jayme Walsh, Licensed Veterinary Technician
Jayme Walsh is a Harvey native who grew up on a small family farm/ranch outside of Harvey and attended NDSU, earning her B.S. in Veterinary Technology with minors in Animal Science, Agribusiness and Large Animal Veterinary Technology in 2010. She joined the Sheridan Animal Hospital team in September 2012 when the Harvey location was opened. Jayme enjoys the mixture of small and large animal work at the clinic. Jayme shows great compassion for the patients as well as the clients. She is a very thorough technician, making sure no patient leaves without the best care. Jayme is a member of the NDVTA. She and her husband, Aaron, have two amazing little boys, Jeremiah and Jonathon, who keep them very busy! They enjoy raising cattle and working on the farm alongside family when not at their day jobs. Jayme also likes reading, scrapbooking, spending time outdoors, and hanging out with friends and family. They have two horses, a diabetic cat named Oscar (Aaron doesn’t always claim him) and a black lab named Hunter, who occasionally serves as a blood donor at the clinic.
Patti Dusek, Receptionist and Vet Assistant
Patti Dusek was born and raised in rural McHenry County. Along with spending time with her husband, LJ, Patti enjoys spending time with their daughter, Elsie, and with friends. She enjoys hunting, fishing, gardening, canning, and spending endless amounts of snuggle time with their 4 four babies((Roxie, Pixie< Clementine, and Violet). Patti is quick to offer a supporting hand to family, friends, and her community. Her dedication to the community comes out daily, as she shows such kindness and empathy to the clients. Patti is very organized and driven. She has been an important part of the success of the clinics progress.
Jennifer Wakefield, Veterinary Assistant and current technician student
Jennifer was born and raised in Seward, Alaska. She has enjoyed the company of animals ever since she can remember with a particular interest in training and animal behavior. Jennifer moved to Harvey, North Dakota in October of 2006 with her husband, 4 daughters, cat, 3 dogs and a horse. She is currently working as a veterinary assistant at Sheridan Animal Hospital while working on a degree to become a licensed veterinary technician. In her spare time she raises and trains German Shepherd dogs, and works with her horses. Jennifer has a natural way with animals. She has the experience and drive to do what it takes to become an LVT. Jennifer's respect for the patients, the clients, and her team is awesome. We are very blessed to have such an individual on our team.
Kady Rath, Licensed Veterinary Technician
Kady grew up in McClusky, where she developed a love for animals by helping her grandpa work cattle, riding horse, and growing up with a few dogs. She graduated from NDSU in the fall of 2017 with a B.S. in Veterinary Technology and minors in Animal Science and Large Animal Veterinary Technologies. She loves working with both small and large animals, and having ever changing days at the vet clinic! On her free time, Kady likes to help her family work cattle, ride her horse Rio, watch rodeos, attend country music concerts, hunt and trap shoot with her family, and hang out with her friends.
Tina Majors, Receptionist and Vet Assistant
Tina Majors was raised on a dairy farm in McClusky, ND. After graduation, she lived in Evansville, IN for several years. After completing an apprenticeship through Dr. Gormley and Christine Bush, she greatly enjoyed her adventures in licensed wildlife rehabilitation and rescue. Tina also volunteered in rescue, adoption, and fostering pets through Caring Paws Rescue, Hawthorne Animal Clinic, and Vanderburgh County animal control. Through her volunteer work she met her husband Andrew Majors. They moved back to McClusky together to raise cattle and their daughter Aubrey in the country sunshine. Tina is often referred to as Jill of all trades, master of none.
Abby Schwann, Receptionist and Vet Assitant
Abby is an ND native who grew up in the surrounding area. She grew up with a diverse love for all animals and a passion for helping. In her free time, Abby enjoys being outdoors whether it's hunting, riding horse or chasing her 3-year-old daughter a lot of her time is spent outside. Abby manages the day to day functions of the Sheridan Animal Hospital and she serves as a great resource to our customers.
Catelyn Perbix, Vet Assitant
Catelyn was born in MN, but has resided in Harvey for most of her life. She attended the University of Minnesota Crookston, where she received a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science. Catelyn is currently in the process of applying to veterinary school and hopes to return to the Harvey area to practice once she receives her doctorate. In her spare time, Catelyn enjoys working with her horses and spending time with her beloved canine, Poppie.