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Gamm completed her certification in Veterinary Spinal Manipulation Therapy from the Healing Oasis in 2011 and Veterinary Acupuncture from the Chi Institute in 2017. Gamm enjoys all aspects of pet health care from young wellness appointments, dental health, surgery, medicine, and helping senior pets maintain valued quality of life. She currently resides in East Troy, WI with her husband Doug, three horses, four dogs, and three cats. Gamm enjoys horse sports, swimming, walking her dogs, and gardening.

Kari Vogel is a Wisconsin girl through and through. She grew up in southeastern Wisconsin, attended undergraduate school at Carroll College (now Carroll University) and graduated from veterinary school at UW-Madison in 2010. She spent the last 8 years working with a mix of animals, primarily horses. Early in her career, she developed an interest in alternative medicine and earned her certification in Veterinary Spinal Manipulation Therapy (VSMT). Vogel’s other interests include preventative medicine, pain management and dentistry. Helping pets with dental disease become pain free through routine dentistry is something she is very passionate about.

Vogel is starting a new chapter in her life as she joins Bay View. She and her husband have two girls; Kinsley and they welcomed Teagan December 2019. They live in Ixonia with their yellow lab, Mack and cat, Grazie. When she is not helping improve the lives of animals, she enjoys just about every outdoor activity including running, gardening, horseback riding, swimming and boating. Bay View Veterinary Clinic provides quality veterinary care for dogs and cats in Mukwonago, Wisconsin and the surrounding communities. We are passionate about providing personal service and exceptional quality care to both people and pets. Our facility is designed to provide a full range of progressive veterinary services in a comfortable "home" setting. As a full-service animal hospital, we offer the following: We know you have other choices for your pet's veterinary care. We appreciate and are thankful you have chosen Bay View Veterinary Clinic for your pet's health care needs! Please call 262-363-9993 to schedule an appointment or request an appointment online . 104 Broadway Street Alexandria, MN 56308 (320) 763-7712 Website. Located right across the street from Big Ole, the Depot Express is located in what used to be the Alexandria railroad depot. Enjoy the patio in the summer where you can watch bikers, walkers and runners enjoy the Central Lakes Trail and the brick-oven pizza is one of the specialties. 2800 N Nokomis Street NE Alexandria, MN 56308 (320) 846-1122 Website. Located on Lake Le Homme Dieu, Bugaboo Bay, it’s a good place to kick back and enjoy a few beverages and enjoy the beauty of the Alexandria Lakes area. 1522 Broadway Street Alexandria, MN 56308 (320) 762-4010 Website. My list wouldn’t be complete without a mention of the Alexandria Pizza Ranch’s buffet. Get the buffet — and if you want a pizza that isn’t out, they’ll cook one right up. There’s a room off to the side where you can sit for more privacy. 430 Broadway Street Alexandria, MN 56308 (320) 763-4771 Website. You can find your favorite treat here — everything from donuts to cookies to snowballs — and all kinds of bread to round out any meal you’re planning.

Get there early, because like many bakeries, they’re not open late. 411 Broadway St Alexandria, MN 56308 (320) 763-1703. Another great breakfast/brunch/lunch spot not to be missed in Alexandria. Fill up on eggs, 10-inch pancakes, French toast, omelets and caramel rolls before heading out to the lakes. 110 30th Avenue West Alexandria, MN 56308 (320) 763-7763 Website. Yes, it’s a chain but since it’s just one of three locations in Minnesota, I’m including Bennigan’s in this list for two words alone: pretzel bun. It’s a great place if you’re looking to soothe your sunburn inside for a bit or if you’re up north in the winter.

They feature a lot of comfort food — and in February, the Day After Thanksgiving Sandwich can’t be beat.

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