Dr. Amber Schoeller was born and raised in Miami. Started off as a kennel assistant when she was a teenager and eventually became a certified veterinary technician. Dr Schoeller went on to work in emergency medicine throughout collage. She graduated from veterinary school at the University of FL. Dr. Schoeller completed an internship in emerSency and surgery in Hollywood and went on to finish a residency in Emergency and Critical Care here in Wisconsin. Dr. Schoeller has over 25 years’experience in veterinary medicine.

Dr. Schoeller’s first pet as a child was a snake which developed into a passion for reptiles and exotics. She also volunteered with wildlife rehabilitation facilities working with raptors and other wildlife. Her passion continued into veterinary school with a research project on paramyxovirus in venomous snake populations. The second research project during her residency program was on arrythmias and later published in the Journal of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care.

Outside of veterinary medicine, Dr. Schoeller blood tracks wounded game with her Drahthaars. They also enjoy rabbit, upland birds, and waterfowl hunting. Another strong interest in her life is auto mechanics, drag racing, and driving the track at road America. When Dr. Schoeller is not beating the boys on the track, she is outdoors fishing and horseback riding.