Victoria has worked at WRVC since 2006 in all aspects of the Veterinary Clinic, and she is currently the Inventory and Accounts Manager. She is married and has a beautiful little girl. She has many animals including three dogs(Spiker, Gertie and Rusty) and one kitty (Gilbert).She and her husband also have a cattle ranch which they enjoy, and it takes up most of their spare time.
LeAnn is our front desk “firecracker”, who came to us in August of 2017. Since then, our front desk has never been the same and we couldn’t be happier. Her love of animals and the high energy and pace of the clinic is a perfect fit for her. She has two adorable Pekingese with just as much “firecracker” personalities as their owner. Along with her pups, she also has a love of goats, which is shared by her daughter Tatum. Tatum is a goat fanatic and LeAnn enjoys supporting her in all her projects and achievements. When not taking care of clients or wrangling goats, she enjoys refinishing furniture and camping.
Amanda started working at WRVC in May of 2011 then decided to continue her education at Eastern Wyoming College to become a veterinary technician. She graduated in December of 2014 and returned to WRVC to start putting her education to use. She is married to Nathan and has a puppy named Kia. She works in all areas of the Vet Clinic but really enjoys the small animal department. Amanda enjoys being outside, riding horses, and spending time with her family.
Diane started working at the clinic in October 2018. She comes from a diverse background in agriculture. She grew up on a dairy farm near Mandan. After obtaining her bachelor’s degree in Animal & Range Science from NDSU she married her college sweetheart, Todd. She continued her education at Colorado State University achieving a M.S. in Physiology. She spent several years managing a brood mare farm in Kansas before returning to North Dakota with her husband Todd to raise a family. Before starting at the clinic, she spent 17 years assisting Todd on a cow/calf operation in northern Harding County, while enjoying being the mother to 2 amazing sons, Chance and Mason.
After the 2 boys “left the nest”, Diane & Todd chose to retire from ranching and moved to Bowman. Diane now enjoys working in agriculture in a new way as inventory specialist at the vet clinic.