Dr. R. Stan Dzika
Dr. Dzika is a native of Zimbabwe. Dr. Dzika has spent many years working with several species of animals, including dogs, cats, sheep, goats, cattle, pigs and numerous wild animals. He completed his veterinary education and training at Iowa State University, College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Dzika is passionate about emergency and critical care. He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society (VECCS), Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association (WVMA) and Lions Club International. He has also volunteered as a firefighter for the Town of Burlington Fire Department.
Dr. Robin Johnson
For as long as I can remember, I’ve always known that I wanted to be a veterinarian. I was born and raised in the beautiful town of Pewaukee, Wisconsin. For my undergraduate education, I attended Humboldt State University in Arcata, CA and received my degree in cellular and molecular biology. After graduation, I said goodbye to the west coast headed back to the midwest to attend veterinary school at the University of Minnesota. I graduated in May 2017 and soon after became a part of the amazing team here at Mayfair Animal Hospital. My favorite things to do aside from practicing medicine are reading, traveling, going to concerts and spending time with my handsome rat terrier named Sloan.
Dr. Kayla Timmons
Dr. Kayla was born and raised in Marshfield, WI. Her love for animals and Veterinary Medicine developed at a very young age while caring for the animals on her family’s dairy farm. Growing up, she spent many hours observing the farm’s veterinarian hoping one day that would be her. She completed her undergraduate degree in Animal Science at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls in 2013. After graduation, she attended veterinary medical school at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her veterinary interests include canine and feline medicine, ophthalmology, and surgery. In her spare time, Dr. Kayla enjoys reading, biking, running, gardening and spending time with her rabbits Ava and Barry.
Dr. Olivia Thaw
I am from all over the southeast, but have lived the longest in Louisiana and Georgia. I went to both Louisiana State University and University of Georgia for undergrad and went to Michigan State University for veterinary school. I particularly enjoy infectious disease and any type of surgery. I have two dogs, an Alaskan Malamute named Link and a Native American Indian Dog named Darmani. In my spare time, I enjoy traveling all over the world, trying new cuisine, watching movies and enjoying the company of my friends.
Dr. Corie Bruketa
Dr. Bruketa was born and raised in a small town, just north of Peoria, IL. She received her bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Sciences before her education took her to the island of St. Kitts where she pursued her career in veterinary medicine.
From training horses in New Mexico to practicing shelter medicine in South Carolina to improving the genetics of government-owned cattle in St. Kitts, she discovered that she could mix passion with pleasure by traveling to gain experience with a variety of animals.
Her love for cattle kept her in the Midwest, but her passion for surgery and medicine brought her to Mayfair Animal Hospital. In her spare time, Dr. Bruketa enjoys outdoor activities, working out, and spending time with friends, family and her dog, Chance.