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Dr. Warneke was raised on a small farm in rural Nebraska, where she grew up with a number of different animals. It was there that her love to care for animals was born and the subsequent desire to become a veterinarian grown. During her years of attending school at Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine, she developed a specific interest in equine veterinary medicine. After receiving her DVM degree in May 2012, she decided to further her training in the care of our beloved equine species and so completed an internship at Myhre Equine Clinic. After her internship, she was hired on as our Associate Veterinarian for Ambulatory Services and is eager to provide our clients with the variety of veterinary services unique to domestic animals out in the field. When not on the road, she is seen throughout the hospital, where she oversees in-patient care and assists our interns as needed. Her veterinary interests include equine internal medicine and lameness. In her own time, she enjoys going for leisure rides on her two Quarter Horses (Ivory and Dust) and relaxing at home with her four cats (Caius, Laelia, Niklaus, and Serena).
Dr. Salkovitz has many years of experience with large and small animals, making him very valuable to our practice. Dr. Salkovtiz earned his Bachelor of Science from the University of Vermont, his Masters of Science from Colorado State University, and his Veterinary Medical Doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania. He currently resides in Lee with his wife and many animals. He has a passion for veterinary medicine and chiropractic work.
Treasa K. Bryant, DVM
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Thaddeus Williams, DVM
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Aundi has always had a love for all animals, big and small. She grew up caring for various farm animals and spending all of her free times at the barn horseback riding. Her experience in the veterinary field started at the age of 16 when she began working at Myhre Equine Clinic and High Knoll Equestrian Center. In 2011, she graduated with high honors and an Associate's Degree in Equine Business Management and Animal Science from the University of New Hampshire. While at UNH she lived and worked in the Fairchild Dairy Center, where she milked and fed Holstein and Jersey cows. She began working as a technician and receptionist at Cocheco Veterinary Hospital upon its opening in late 2011. Aundi spends her weekends with her family and her dogs Caesar, a Doberman Pinscher; and Ranger, a Coonhound she adopted from the Cocheco Valley Humane Society.
As far back as she can remember, Jill was always fostering stray animals which lead to her goal of working in the veterinary field. She started with the Myhre family when she was a young adult by working in the barn and loved helping with swimming the horses. Jill attended Great Bay where she received her Associate's Degree in Veterinary Technology in 2014. She is the proud mother of a wonderful 8 year old daughter, Cheyann and owns three cats, Frodo, Rigby, Marley and a Pomeranian named Cricket.
Starting with an interest in horse back riding, animals big and small became a passion for Kori's. Kori intends to further her learning here at Cocheco striving to become a technician. She has many pets including an off the track thoroughbred named King Palance, a Pitbull mix named Paison and a terrier mix named Ripley, two cats named Atlas and Opal, and a rat named Peanut. In her free time she enjoys riding King, spending time with friends and family, and bringing Paison swimming.
Jennifer Malone "Jay"
Rylee Bernier, A.S.V.T
Rylee is a recent graduate from Great Bay Community College where she received her Associate's Degree in Veterinary Technology. She has three rescued Pitbulls named Bear, Sasha and Baxter. Rylee lives on the lake where she enjoys swimming and hiking with all of her dogs. Rylee also owns a Tennessee Walking mare named Sugar whom she enjoys riding and spending time with. Rylee has a love for all animals big and small and she is looking forward to her career as a Veterinary Technician. She hopes one day to own a Corgi.
Sammy Despard, A.S.V.T
Sammy is a recent graduate from Great Bay Community College where she received her Associate's Degree in Veterinary Technology. She owns a Blue Heeler mix named Boo, whom she loves very much. In her spare time she enjoys hiking with her dog, dancing and horse back riding at the barn with her favorite horse named Lucky. Growing up she always dreamed of taking care of animals so she decided to make that dream come true.
Trish brings over 15 years of experience in the veterinary field. Traveling all over the country working various positions in veterinary hospitals gives her a diverse background to draw from. A certified trainer and rider Trish currently owns two Percheron Mares she has trained to ride and drive. She also has a Standard Poodle named Royal. During the winter months Trish can be seen competing with her horses at the Northeast Ski Joring races in NH and Canada.
After growing up on his family's mid-west farm, Dr. Myhre has continued to build on his knowledge of horses. Graduating from the Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine and completing his Large Animal/Surgery internship at Colorado College of Veterinary Medicine, and a two-year residency at Cornell University, he launched his career as a surgeon (and later, hospital director), leading the Rochester/Myhre Equine Clinic to the forefront of veterinary medicine.
Dr. Myhre has held a directorship in several professional organizations, including the New Hampshire Horse Council, New Hampshire Thoroughbred Breeders and Racing Association, New England Equine Research Fund, the New England Equine Care and Hospital Development Fund, the New Hampshire Farm Museum, and the New Hampshire Academy for Equine Sciences Charter School. His interest in human medicine (6 week rotation) and association in nuclear scintigraphy (authorized user and radiation safety officer) spurred his interest in cutting-edge diagnostic technology. He was the pivotal individual in bringing the only nuclear medicine lab to Rochester Equine Clinic (now Myhre Equine Clinic) in Northern New England. This laboratory has now grown to include radiopharmaceutical cancer treatments and one of the most modern gamma cameras and computer systems in veterinary medicine, complimenting this modality. Dr. Myhre was also the first in Northern New England to pioneer innovations from arthroscopy to digital radiology to this region.
Dr. Myhre has also presented at over 100 meetings and conferences. The latest at the prestigious AAEP in San Antonio, “The Standing Colic Surgery on the Draft Horse,” which was motivated by his extensive experience with drafts and the successful surgical correction of a large colon torsion in a 2,800 pound Belgian Draft horse in 2006. Dr. Myhre has presented at the AAEP previously (1998) on Scintigraphy in Private Practice to approximately 3,000 members. Dr. Myhre still presents to various groups including his annual veterinary/technician and farrier meetings, and to the Equine Charter students as well as various New England groups. He has been a favorite featured speaker at the nationally acclaimed “Equine Affaire”.
Dr. Myhre's professional interests lie in improving our already extensive diagnostic imaging modalities. Along with nuclear medicine, digital radiography, and Doppler ultrasound, he has added computed axial tomography (CAT Scan) to Myhre Equine Clinic. His vast surgical ability and experience (31 years) leads all in the Northeast. Although he is comfortable with most surgery from arthroscopy to colics, he enjoys the challenge of the “cutting edge” such as laser surgery and laproscopy.
Dr. Myhre is an avid adventurer with interests in aviation (pilot's license in 1980), riding, sailing, and diving. He helped establish the first equine charter school in the United States because of his interests in education. As Einstein said, “Learn from yesterday, live for today, and hope for tomorrow. The important thing is to not stop questioning.” Dr. Myhre lives his life by this philosophy:
“With this principal we not only make ourselves better but we better mankind.”