Hello, my name is Dr. Erica Schorr-Evans and I am a 1994 graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine. I was born in Pittsburgh, PA but grew up in Mexico City, Mexico, where I learned to be fluent in Spanish. I worked with large, small and exotic animals throughout my career, practicing in Massachusetts, Washington state and Wisconsin. In 2013, I earned a certification in Veterinary Acupuncture from the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society. I started working at And Dogs Too in January of 2019 and purchased the clinic in July of the same year. My professional interests include pain management, endocrinology, acupuncture, dentistry and surgery. I spend my free time traveling with my husband and daughter, taking pictures and quilting. At home, I enjoy hanging out with my Border Collie cross Stash, my cat Mariposa and my guinea pig named Data.
Hello, my name is Matias, but I usually go by Mat and
I am a veterinary Assistant here at And Dogs too. I was born in
Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes Mexico in 1991, so I'm bilingual, and currently live in
Middleton, WI since 2016. I have worked as a Veterinary Assistant in
various clinics for a total of 5 years now and I can sincerely call it
my passion and calling.
I currently have a little cat named Molly. She is a brown tabby domestic short hair and she is one of the sweetest things in my life.
I enjoy helping those who cannot speak for themselves and seeing them feel better after treatment and after my involvement. I have a passion for learning about nutrition and behavior, but everything is just as interesting in this field I wish I could learn it all at once. I am at And Dogs Too because of the community and family feel it brings.
When I am not working, I am at home with my cat and/or my wife playing a board game, watching TV, cooking, or more.
Some of my personal hobbies include: Camping, hiking, painting miniatures, drawing, playing the guitar, playing D&D and video games.
Hello, my name is Sarah Marsh, and I am the Customer
Care Specialist here at And Dogs Too Veterinary Clinic. I am originally from Racine, Wisconsin, but
have recently moved to the Madison area from the Northwoods of Wisconsin.
After spending nearly 20 years in human
medicine as a medical transcriptionist, I am returning to my dream job—working
in veterinary medicine. I look forward
every day to learning new things about this field, working closely with my team
members, and caring for and supporting pets as well as the owners who love
I share my life with my husband Mike, our Labrador Buddy, and our sassy African Grey parrot Jade. In my free time, I enjoy reading, hiking, gardening, sports, music, bird watching, and traveling whenever I can. I am grateful every day to be able to do what I love—providing support, kindness, and compassion to pets and their owners.
Our Veterinary Partners
Dr. Bates is our MOVES veterinary internal medicine partner, available to perform consultations and advanced internal medicine procedures within the clinic.
Dr. Bates in an internal medicine specialist with strong interests in cardiopulmonary, immune mediated and endocrine diseases. She completed her undergrad at Montana State University then graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. She then completed her internship at the Animal Medical Center in NYC, after which she was accepted into a residency program at Michigan State University.
She is Board Certified through the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine. Her clinical research interest is in hypoadrenocortism (Addison's disease).
Dr. Bates, along with other industry colleagues, recently had a retrospective study, "Lower Initial Dose Desoxycorticosterone Pivalate for Treatment of Canine Primary Hypoadrenocorticism," accepted for publication in the Australian Veterinary Journal.
And Dogs Too Veterinary Clinic is a privately owned small business that was established in July of 2019 by Dr. Erica Schorr-Evans.
Our mission is four fold:
* We provide conventional and holistic animal care during all stages of life, offering a thorough assessment of our patients. We complement evidence-based Western medicine with the benefits of veterinary acupuncture.
* We educate our clients and staff to offer the most current diagnostic and treatment options on site. We welcome opportunities to talk to community groups interested in animal health.
* We use fear free techniques to reduce animal stress and promote an enjoyable visit for all of our patients.
* We work with local community organizations to provide care for rescue animals.