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Tracey, Veterinary Technician has been working for Anderson Veterinary Service since July of 1991.  She completed her Associate in Applied sciences in Veterinary technology at the University of Minnesota-Waseca in 1990.  Her favorite part of the job is meeting and working with cattle farmers and her co-workers.  As well as working with animals, Tracey also has a passion for human medicine, working as an EMT for the Zumbrota Area Ambulance since 2002.  Tracey lives in Zumbrota with her two daughters Carley and Torey, weimareiner "Gus" and cat "Kitty".

Lindsey Hedlund, Veterinary Technician, started working for Anderson Veterinary Service in April 2014. She is originally from Grantsburg, WI where she grew up on a hobby farm with dogs, cats, horses, and rabbits. After graduating from UW-River Falls with a Bachelor’s in Animal Science-Equine Emphasis, she did a2 month internship on a cattle/guest ranch in Wyoming. Lindsey then worked as a small animal technician for 2 years in St. Croix Falls, WI. She now lives outside Kenyon with her Mini Aussie/Corgi dog “Hitch” and enjoys cooking, reading, gardening, watching Green BayPacker football, and being with family and friends. Her favorite part of working at Anderson’s is the people she works with and the diversity of tasks she does.

Natasha, Veterinary Technician started working at Anderson Veterinary
Service in December 2015.  She grew up in Northern Iowa on a farm showing
beef cattle and bringing home any dog or cat that would let her.  She
attended Bel-Rea School of Veterinary Technology in Denver, Colorado with an
Associates of Applied Science degree.  Upon graduating she started her
career as a technician at a small animal clinic in Saint Ansgar, Iowa.
After working with only small animals she realized how much she missed
working with large animals and that brought her north to Minnesota to the
Waseca Veterinary Clinic where she primarily worked with horses and small
animals for the past 10 years.  Relocating to the Pine Island area has
brought her here to AVS.  Natasha enjoys spending time with Jake and their
daughter Clara.  She also keeps herself busy with their dogs, horses and
visiting family and friends as well as antique tractor shows throughout the
summer months.  Her favorite part of being at AVS is the friendly
atmosphere, diversity of animals seen, and that no two days are ever the