Mazomanie Animal Hospital, LLC

704 Emily Rd
Mazomanie, WI 53560

(608)795-4242

www.mazoanimalhospital.com

 

Dr. Ellen Richardson

Dr. Ellen Richardson was born and raised in Massachusetts and moved to Madison to attend school.  She fell in love with the Madison area, and quickly determined that Dane County is where she wanted to put down roots.  After graduating with Honors from the University of Wisconsin-School of Veterinary Medicine in 1992, she spent the next ten years mentoring with other veterinarians, until opening Mazomanie Animal Hospital in 2002.  Dr. Richardson and her husband Ken live in Cross Plains and have two school aged sons.  They share their home with four cats, (Henry, Stripes, Bandit and Toby), a miniature poodle, (Belle) and a chihuahua (Sylvester). Dr. Richardson enjoys getting to know clients and their families while providing individualized medical care to pets over their lifespan.  Her practice interests include client education, soft tissue surgery, internal medicine, and dermatology. In her spare time she enjoys gardening, reading, and kid-related activities.


Dr. Didi Heisler

Dr. Heisler has lived in Washington DC, Los Angeles, and Lawrence, Kansas, among other places. She moved to Wisconsin in 1998 and took a job as a biomedical research administrator at UW-Madison before going on to pursue her lifelong dream of becoming a veterinarian, graduating from the University of Wisconsin-School of Veterinary Medicine in 2006. She joined the Mazomanie Animal Hospital as a part-time veterinary associated early in 2014.  She also teaches biology part-time at Madison College.  She lives in Middleton with her husband and two school aged sons as well as their coonhound mix, Shelby and Shelby’s cat, Layla. Dr. Heisler’s practice interests include parasite prevention, dental health and oral surgery, and helping pets achieve and maintain a healthy weight. In her spare time she enjoys biking, running, and cross country skiing as well as cooking and baking.




Mariah Kaukl, CVT & Finn

Mariah grew up in Richland Center and received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from UW-Madison in 2007.  She then went on to complete her Veterinary Technician degree at MATC in 2013.  She has experience volunteering for Dane County Humane Society and Dane County Friends of Ferals.  Mariah shares her home in Mazomanie with her "four-legged son" Finn, a Golden/Lab Retriever Mix.  In her spare time she enjoys reading, movies, and watching Packers football with family.


 

 

 


Kathleen Johnson, Client Care Specialist & Sofie

Kathleen earned her BS in Art from UW Madison, and worked locally as a designer for 18 years. Her experience with the Mazomanie Animal Hospital began first, as a client, appreciative of both the staff and the practice philosophy. Kathleen then joined us in 2015, fulfilling a desire to reconnect with Veterinary Hospital Support, after managing a veterinary practice in California for 15 years. Kathleen lives in Cross Plains with 12-year old “Honey” feline, and youngster “Sofie”, canine. She enjoys gardening, sewing, and hiking.


Maranda Cardiel, Client Care Specialist & friend

Maranda is a life-long resident of Mazomanie as well as a life-long animal lover. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point with a Bachelors degree in Biology in 2016 and joined the Mazomanie Animal Hospital staff soon after. She is interested in animal husbandry and wishes to aid animals of all shapes and sizes in living healthy and happy lives. She has experience caring for a variety of animals, having previously owned cats, dogs, a rabbit, frogs, and fish. Her pet family currently includes two aquatic turtles and a parakeet. In her free time, she enjoys drawing, watching movies, and spending quality time with her parakeet, Greg.



Hawk, C.A.T. (Center of Attention and Therapeutic friend)  

We miss you Hawk! 

We would like to inform all that have grown to love our office kitty/manager Hawk peacefully passed away in his sleep.

Hawk came to Mazomanie Animal Hospital in 2014. Since then, he stole the hearts of clinic employees and clients alike. What everyone noticed first about this 12 year old Maine Coon, is his striking blue eyes and “larger than the average housecat” proportions.  He enjoyed greeting visitors over the front counter, especially if they are buying food. He maded numerous supervisory walks around the clinic every day, to make sure we were all working to the best of our abilities. He was the clinic specialist in chair stealing, and napping on top of work papers.  In his spare time, Hawk’s favorite hobbies were sleeping, eating, snuggling, and purring. We miss him greatly.

 

 

 

 


Ken Richardson, Administrator

 

  Ken Richardson joined our staff in 2007 to help manage our growing practice.  His experience includes over 20 years at B.J. Electric Supply in Madison, where he was a former employee and then owner/manager.  His interests when he is not solving problems at the clinic or chasing kids at home include studying literature, music, and history.



 

Please stop in for a tour, visit or make an appointment.  We have numerous years of experience in providing for and caring for your companion animals.