Christine Kassekert (formerly Kopp) grew up in Amery, Wisconsin on a small hobby farm. She always had a love for animals. She could be found in the barn playing with the kittens and trying to tame them, hunting with the dogs, training her horses, or raising lambs. Dr. Kassekert atteneded the Univeristy of Minnesota Duluth where she majored in Biology. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine in May of 2014.
Christine has 7 years of experience working with animals and people as an assistant and technician in the veterinary field prior to becoming a Veterinarian. She understands the importance pets play in our lives as friends, family, hunting companions, and service animals. Her goal is to involve you in your pets health care, so you feel comfortable making the decisions that are best for you, your pet, and your family. She has a special interest in dentistry, nutrition, weight management, and preventative medicine.
Dr. Kassekert joined New Richmond Veterinary Clinic in 2014 shortly after graduation. She lives in Woodbury with her husband, Steve, and has two fur-children, a rambunctious labra-dork mix named Risa and a dilute tortishell cat named Isadora Belle (Izze B. for short). She enjoys camping, hunting, fishing, and being in the great outdoors. She is looking forward to helping you and your pets!