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Dr. Melissa Eisenschenk


Dr. Melissa Eisenschenk completed her Bachelor of Science with minors in Animal Science and Chemistry at the University of Wisconsin- River Falls and graduated from the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine in 2002.  After vet school, she was in private practice for 4 years in Rochester and Minneapolis, and then returned in 2006 to the University of Minnesota for a dermatology residency and Master’s degree. She passed dermatology board exams in 2009.  Dr. Eisenschenk started Pet Dermatology Clinic in 2013.  She has a husband and two daughters, a cat (Pete), a Lab (Carson), and a bunch of city chickens. In addition to spending time with family and pets, Dr. E enjoys rock climbing, computers, and research.

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Dr. Amanda Young


Dr. Amanda Young is a 2011 graduate from Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She spent 4 years in a small animal general practice in a suburb of Chicago before completing a year-long internship in specialty dermatology at the University of Illinois. She completed a residency in veterinary dermatology at the University of Minnesota Veterinary Medical Center in 2019 and has been with Pet Dermatology Clinic since. Amanda enjoys spending time with her husband and their pets (2 cats). Her most passionate hobby is cheering on the Nebraska Cornhuskers football team but she also loves spending time outdoors camping, fishing and hiking.

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Dr. Marlyse Wehber


Dr. Marlyse Wehber attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison for her Bachelor of Science in biology and veterinary school. In her second year she had her first class in dermatology and knew that it would be the career path she would follow. After graduation in 2021, she worked as a small animal general practitioner near Minneapolis. Her time in general practice allowed her to solidify her interest in skin, ear and allergies conditions of pets, which ultimately led to her pursuit of a residency in veterinary dermatology at Pet Dermatology Clinic. She is passionate about every aspect of dermatology and has a particular interest in atopic dermatitis, ear disease, and immune-mediated disease. In her free time Dr. Wehber loves outdoor activities such as hiking, boating, paddle boarding, soccer, and skiing. She also enjoys painting and traveling with her husband.  She has a dog named Piper.

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Certified Veterinary Technician

Leslie graduated in 1998 from Ridgewater College, with an A.A.S. degree in Veterinary Technology.  She has been with Pet Dermatology Clinic since July 2014.  She really enjoys helping with procedures at the clinic that involve anesthesia (like middle ear flushes).  Leslie loves spending time scrapbooking and spending time outside with her husband and 3 children.  She also enjoys supporting her youngest child's hockey activities.  She also has a Labrador retriever named Rylee.



Certified Veterinary Technician

Sarah has been a CVT since 2007, graduating from Ridgewater College with a A.A.S Degree. She was in general practice for 11 years before deciding that dermatology is the type of challenge she needed. She has rescue cats (Frankie and Ritz) who are helping her to become a “not so crazy” cat lady! Outside of work she enjoys volunteering with many different organizations, playing/watching sports, and looking for new adventures!



Certified Veterinary Technician

Kelli graduated from Argosy University in 2006 with an A.A.S. Degree in Veterinary Technology. She had worked for a small animal hospital for 13 years before wanting a change of pace and to further her knowledge in dermatology, and now is working on her veterinary technician specialty in dermatology. She is married, and has a two daughters. She also shares her house with her cat Yukio and a Jack Russell terrier named Jill. When not at work, Kelli enjoys roller blading, boating, and spending time with her family.

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Certified Veterinary Technician

Lindsey has been a practicing CVT since 2013.  For the last 7+ years, she has focused on animal allergies, skin, and ear conditions.  She is currently pursuing a veterinary technician specialty in dermatology.  Lindsey enjoys analyzing cytology slides in the lab, educating clients and overall helping to improve a pet's quality of life.  Lindsey serves as a short term missionary providing animal wellness care to impoverished regions in the US.  Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her family and their beloved German shepherd, Liberty, cooking and baking new recipes, traveling and hiking.

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