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Dr. Terry Beebe purchased Galena Square Veterinary Clinic in 2013. He grew up locally on a dairy farm near Scales Mound, IL. After graduating from the University of Illinois, he and his wife, Jolene operated the family dairy farm with his parents for 12 years. The dream of being a veterinarian lured Terry away from the family farm. He attended classes at UW-Platteville for 2 years prior to going to veterinary school. Dr. Beebe received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Oklahoma State University in 2000.
Dr. Beebe has owned and operated Family Pet Hospital, LLC in Platteville, Wisconsin since 2006. Terry and Jolene have 3 children, Tanner, Jared, & Taylor. They raise English Shepherds and current pets are “Tessa NOON” and "Storm”.
Dr. Beebe especially enjoys Preventative Medicine, Surgery, and Orthopedics. He delights in getting to know patients and clients as well as helping future veterinarians gain insight and experience in the profession.
Dr. Sprank earned her DVM from Iowa State University's College of Veterinary Medicine in 2009. After graduation, Dr. Sprank practiced both at a humane society and a small animal/exotics clinic.
Dr. Sprank lives in a small town near the Dubuque area with her husband, Tim and two young children, Ella and Clark. Her two rescued pets include a white German Shepherd named Apollo and a Goldendoodle named Shire.
She is excited about practicing in the Galena area and getting to know the clients and their pets. She enjoys helping people build life long human-animal bonds with their pets through personalized, individual care.
Dr. Mackenzie Hellert works primarily from Family Pet Hospital, LLC in Platteville, Wisconsin but fills in at Galena Square Veterinary Clinic and shares emergency call.
Dr. Hellert earned her DVM from Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2011. She is originally from Dubuque, Iowa and earned her undergraduate degree from UW-Platteville. Dr. Hellert and her dog, "Martin", currently reside on her family's century farm just north of Dubuque surrounded by a menagerie of animals.
Although Dr. Hellert enjoys all avenues of veterinary medicine, some of her specific interests include soft tissue surgery, internal medicine, and working with owners and pets to manage specific concerns.