Kyle Anderson, DVM
Dr. Kyle Anderson is originally from Prairie Village, Kansas, a suburb of Kansas City. He attended Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine, where he met his wife, Dr. Rachael Johnson, and received his DVM in 2010. Since he was a young boy, Dr. Anderson has been vacationing in northern Minnesota. When he had the opportunity to work in Crosslake, he jumped at the chance to reside in the Brainerd Lakes Region permanently. Outside of work, Dr. Anderson enjoys fishing and watching sporting events, as well as spending time with his family, their dog, Annie, and cat, Poppy.
Rachael Johnson, DVM
Dr. Rachael Johnson grew up on a farm in rural South Dakota. She attended South Dakota State University and then went on to Kansas State University, where she obtained her DVM in 2009. After two years of working as an associate veterinarian, Dr. Johnson and her husband, Dr. Kyle Anderson, purchased Crosslake Veterinary Hospital in 2011. They have devoted their time to grow Crosslake Veterinary Hospital into a full service facility to meet nearly every patient’s need. Dr. Johnson spends her spare time enjoying the beautiful outdoors Crosslake has to offer with her husband and their two young children.
Mark Johnson, DVM
Dr. Mark Johnson is a 2016 graduate of Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine. He was born in Minnesota, and moved at a young age to Cherokee, Iowa, located in the northwestern corner of the state, where he completed his primary education. He spent the next several years in Ames, IA, for both undergraduate and graduate school. Sports are a passion of his, and he attended many college sporting events, cheering on the Iowa State Cyclones. Dr. Mark has always had a love of the outdoors as well, and especially for the lake life. He spent some time at Crosslake Veterinary Hospital for an externship during veterinary school, and was able to experience the area first hand. When Crosslake Veterinary Hospital decided to expand and add a third veterinarian, Dr. Mark felt both the hospital and the area were a great fit for him. When not at work, Dr. Mark spends his time on the lake or enjoying the many other outdoor activities in the area with his Golden Retriever, Hank.
Tiffany Bosaaen, CVT
Tiffany began her career as a veterinary technician at Crosslake Veterinary Hospital in 2004, after graduating from North Dakota State University. Some of her favorite aspects of being a veterinary technician are surgery, dentistry and nursing care. She loves that fact that every day is a little different from the next. When she is not at work, she is likely to be with her family. They enjoy hunting, fishing and the outdoors in general.
Katie Fergerson, CVT
Katie obtained her Associates in Applied Science degree in Veterinary Technology at Minnesota School of Business in Waite Park, MN. She feels the most rewarding part of being a veterinary technician is helping make sick animals feel well again. When not working, Katie likes to spend her time with her husband Joe, outside, hunting or fishing, and spending time with her three cats, Romeo, Eugene and Zoinks, and her two dogs, Fezz and Hyde.
Wendy Schupp, CVT
Wendy graduated from North Dakota State University in 2004 with a Bachelor’s degree in Veterinary Technology. She has been in the field for 10 years, but has been a part of the Crosslake Veterinary Hospital team since September of 2013. In her spare time, she enjoys fishing, gardening and watching hockey. Wendy and her husband have two dogs, Casey and Ava.
Nicole Starry, CVT
Nicole is a graduate from Minnesota School of Business in St. Cloud with an Associates in Applied Science Degree in Veterinary Technology. In the years since graduation, Nicole enjoys learning new techniques and procedures within the ever-changing veterinary field. She has a special interest in surgery and assisting doctors with anesthesia, as well as educating clients to better care for their pets. In her free time, Nicole enjoys playing volleyball, 4-wheeling with family and relaxing at home with her two dogs, Charlie and Cooper, and her cats Gilligan and Skipper. Nicole and her husband, Adam, are also delighted to have their first child due in March 2018.
Erika Stienessen, Receptionist
Erika joined the Crosslake Veterinary team in August of 2016. She brings with her more than 16 years of veterinary reception experience. Erika is passionate about what she does and loves interacting with our clients and their pets. She lives with her husband Nick, 2 dogs (Bocephus & Nuala), a kitty (Remy), and a horse (Rigs). In her free time Erika enjoys traveling, gardening, reading, and spending time with family. She also enjoys spending time with her dogs and riding her horse.
Brittany Sheehan, Veterinary Assistant
Brittany grew up in St. Paul Minnesota and moved to Crosslake in 2015. She is currently attending school at Central Lakes College in Brainerd. Her goal is to continue with her education to become a veterinarian. At this time Brittany has no pets, but she takes full advantage of house sitting for her grandmother’s two dogs. During the winter months she also helps takes care of horses. In her free time Brittany enjoys dancing, watching horror movies and spending time outside in the sunshine.