Kathy Rausch, DVM, graduated from the University of Minnesota in 2002 and started working at AERC in the summer of 2003 after an internship at Dove Lewis Animal Hospital in Oregon. Her interests in the field of veterinary medicine include feline medicine, anesthesia, pain management, and toxicology.
She lives in an 1891 farmhouse, south of New Richmond, where her hobbies include bee-keeping, yoga, bonfires and doing chores. She is at least a little interested in almost everything except baseball, cars, and orthopedic surgery.
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