We are full-service animal health care providers located in Oregon and New Glarus, WI. Our mission is to provide all pets with optimal patient care while ensuring all pet families have a positive customer service experience whenever they are in contact with our team. We offer a diversity of services, catering to individual veterinary needs. We also offer Boarding, Grooming, Doggy Daycare and Obedience Classes.
We are equipped to handle all of your companion animal needs by offering comprehensive physical exams, preventative medicine, behavioral and nutritional counseling, complete diagnostic evaluations, acupuncture therapy, dentistry, surgery and critical care. We have a full suite of in-house laboratory equipment, digital radiology, laparoscopy, ultrasound and endoscopy. We provide safe anesthesia for surgeries, which includes appropriate pain management. During anesthesia, our certified veterinary technicians use high-quality anesthesia equipment to closely monitor our patients’ blood oxygen levels, ECG, and blood pressure levels. And we provide your pets all of this in our modern, clean facilities with a team of professionals that love your pets!
Dr. Emily Leuthner, owner and Country View’s hospital administrator, is board certified in Internal Medicine. She received her DVM and Masters Degree in immunology from the University of Wisconsin and completed her residency at the University of Pennsylvania. Her desire to understand how body systems work led her to become a veterinarian. Dr. Leuthner enjoys combining her interest in business management with helping clients and their pets.
Prior to joining Country View Veterinary Service in 2004, Dr. Leuthner operated a solo practice in southern Wisconsin. She and her husband, also a veterinarian in Madison, have two boys and several pets. In her free time, Dr. Leuthner enjoys riding dressage, traveling, running and photography.
Dr. Keith Gunby graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Tennessee in 1990. He spent the first decade of his professional career at a private practice in Connecticut and the second working at a busy emergency and critical care practice in Madison, WI. Country View Veterinary Service welcomed him in November of 2011.
Dr. Gunby has a passion for providing his patients with the safest, least painful, and most up-to-date care possible. He enjoys working with all species of companion animals and has a special interest in providing patients with minimally invasive surgical options with the aid of rigid endoscopy technology (often used in human surgical procedures such as gall bladder and appendix laparoscopy). He received advanced training in the use and application of rigid endoscopy in 2007.
Dr. Gunby is excited to provide Country View patients with a full spectrum of medical and surgical care. Dr. Gunby lives with his wife (also a veterinarian), four children, and their many species of pets in Mount Horeb.
Dr. Chris Olson grew up in Madison and graduated from the UW school of Veterinary Medicine in 1994. An interest in science and a desire to help people led Dr. Olson into veterinary medicine. She joined Country View Veterinary Service in 2000.
Dr. Olson loves the variety of her job. One moment she could be performing an exploratory surgery and the next examining a sick animal or a puppy for their first visit to the vet. She enjoys complimentary medicine, surgery, critical care, internal medicine and preventive care. Her special interests include ultrasound, preventive and exotic medicine. Dr. Olson is also certified in veterinary acupuncture.
Dr. Olson, an Ironman competitor, and her husband, Ron, have 2 daughters and 2 dogs, Sansa and Nymeria. They all live in McFarland. She enjoys family, running, swimming, learning, and camping.
Dr. Leigh Kasten earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Cornell University in 2013. She went on to complete a medical and surgical internship at the ASPCA Animal Hospital in New York City, then practiced as an emergency veterinarian in Madison prior to joining Country View several years ago. She loves the variety of challenges veterinary medicine offers, and has a passion for dentistry, wellness care, soft tissue surgery, internal medicine, and emergency care.
Dr. Katie Schauberger graduated in 2007 from Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine and has practiced in Grand Rapids, MI for 5 years, Milwaukee, WI for 3 years, and Cincinnati, OH for 3 years before moving to Madison. She enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine, especially working with people to find the best solutions for their pets. She lives with her greyhound Salute, two cats Nutmeg & Basil, three sons (ages 6, 3 and 9 months) and her husband. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, swimming, camping, traveling, running and biking.
Dr. Leslee Ann Larson is a 1997 graduate of the UW Madison School of Veterinary Medicine. Since then, she has practiced as a small animal Veterinarian at several clinics in the area, in addition to teaching science courses at MATC and Globe University. Dr. Larson also served six years as a Captain in the US Army Reserve Veterinary Corps at Fort Sheridan IL. She and her husband live in New Glarus, and have four children and quite a few pets. In her free time, she likes to be involved in her kids’ sports, music, club and church activities. She also enjoys fitness, baking, and would love to spend a little more time fishing.
Dr. Larson’s practice interests focus on wellness and prevention. She likes educating clients about optimum health practices, and her goal is to help you maximize the enjoyment you and your pet share together.