The Sun Prairie Pet Clinic, Inc. was founded on the belief that our pets occupy a very special place in our lives. We recognize and celebrate the unique gifts that our canine and feline family members give to us unconditionally. Our goal is to keep our pets healthy and strong through all stages of life. We strive for this goal by advocating wellness care for the healthy pet, as well as timely and appropriate diagnostic and therapeutic interventions for the sick pet. We know that each pet and each family are unique; therefore, we tailor medical care for each pet and family individually based on individual needs.



Dr. Vitale

Dr. Vitale graduated from the University of Illinois, College of Veterinary Medicine in 1995. Immediately out from school he took a position at a large, 24-hour veterinary hospital as an emergency veterinarian.  This experience was tremendously rewarding for the diversity and complexity of cases he was exposed to.  He become comfortable with a broad range of medical and surgical cases, as well as dental care.  He was looking for a more prolonged relationship with the patients and clients, which is something the emergency room did not provide. After 9 years in emergency medicine he changed to become a daytime general practitioner. Since that time he has been able to focus on the lifelong relationships with patients and clients that he finds most rewarding.

He continues to have an interest in emergency medicine, though this is augmented by an interest in preventative medicine and wellness care.  He appreciates the opportunity to get to know the clients and their pets well enough to develop a personalized plan for health care for each patient.

In the spring of 2008, he fulfilled a dream of practice ownership by opening the Sun Prairie Pet Clinic, Inc.  He hopes to establish a lifelong relationship with my clients, my neighbors, and my new hometown.

We were recognized as the Best of Sun Prairie 5 times over the past 8 years.  He recognizes that this is a team effort in every way, and he is grateful to the staff for their dedicated efforts and to all of the clients that voted for us to receive this award.  As always, we will look to exceed your expectations in the future.

He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Wisconsin State Veterinary Medical Association, and the American Animal Hospital Association.  He is certified to perform PennHIP evaluations for canine hip dysplasia.


Dr. Lauri

Dr. Lauri graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Madison in 2012.  She enjoys the variety of general practice.  When not at work she spends her time with her Great Dane and two cats, as well as working out at a local bootcamp, hiking, reading, crafting, and playing the piano.


Dr. Brye

Dr. Stephanie Brye graduated from the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine in 2003.  Since graduation she has practiced at 2 different clinics before landing here in Sun Prairie where she lives with her family.  She is a Wisconsin native and avidly cheers on her Packers, Badgers and Brewers.  “Free time” is spent with her husband and 2 kids and usually involves transporting to and from various children’s sporting events.  Her house is kept entertained by Sunflower (Sunnie) a 1 year old mixed breed dog and 3 cats all with their own unique personalities.  She is excited to meet and work with you and your pets!



Margaret South, CVT

Margaret joined our practice in August of 2011; she graduated from the MATC Veterinary Technician Program in June of 2004.  She is interested in emergency medicine and works as an emergency technician when not at SPPC.

Margaret has extensive experience in fostering ‘bottle feeding age’ kittens, and is routinely caring for her ever-changing brood.  In her spare time she enjoys time with her (adult) cats Albert, Diamond, Cat Stevens, and Oscar


Rebecca Bedner, CVT

Rebecca is a Sun Prairie native. She graduated from Madison College’s Veterinary Technician program in 2017, and received her CVT certification a few months later. Rebecca has been caring for patients here at SPPC since August 2017. Rebecca strives to make her patients comfortable and happy  while visiting the clinic. She incorporates fear free techniques and takes the time to get to know the needs of her patients. Her furry family includes a horse named Charlee, and two Dachshunds, Kody and Olive. When she is not working, Rebecca enjoys spending time camping with her family and going out to the barn to spoil her horse



McKenzie West, VT

McKenzie graduated from Globe University with an Associates Degree in Veterinary Technology in 2017.  She has been hoping to work with animals since she was 6 years old, and since then she gained experience working in emergency, preventative care, and private practices.  She currently lives with Echo (a Siberian Husky) and Gizmo (a leopard gecko).  Outside of work McKenzie looks forward to spending time with her parents and little sister, and especially looks forward to a week long fishing trip to Canada with her father.  In her down time, McKenzie enjoys drawing and spending time outdoors.  She hopes to help every pet that walks into the clinic and provide the best care for them in any situation.


Samantha Danczyk 

Sam has been a part of the SPPC team since August of 2020. Sam has prior experience in the veterinary and animal health field at the Minocqua zoo and a clinic in her home town. She is a recent graduate from the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point with a Bachelor’s of Science. At home Sam has a dog (Yenko, Pomsky), cat (Tesla, Calico), and a chinchilla (Charlie). When not at work Sam enjoys visiting her family in Stevens Point, WI and going on adventures to waterfalls and other nature related activities. Her biggest accomplishment is her son. 

Tiffany Werner

I joined the SPPC team in 2021 looking to work with the community educating and working with clients providing the upmost care for their pets. Here at SPPC I am soaking up as much knowledge as possible from my coworkers as I continue my education at MATC to become a CVT.

In my free time I love to be outdoors and to travel to various state parks. My husband and I love gardening and making projects for remodeling our home.

My husband and I share our home with our daughter Noelle and two dogs Bubba and Izzy.

Meghan Judge

I joined the practice this fall as a veterinary assistant. I am currently completing my last year of Veterinary technician school at Madison area technical college.
On my off days I like to go hiking in different parts of wisconsin, kayak on the lakes, go to the dog park with my dog, Rosie.

Arianna Morrison

I am currently in the Veterinary Technician program at MATC and will be graduating this spring. I am looking forward to learning as much as I can at SPPC to help me be the best I can be when I become a CVT. In my spare time I enjoy hiking and spending time with my own animals. At home I have three dogs, two cats, and four ducks.


Cheyenne Weichmann

I have been part of the SPPC team since February of 2019. I was born and raised in Sun Prairie, but currently reside in Madison with my husband, two of my four kids, and my grand daughter. I have a cat, Piper, and a puppy, Gus. When I am not at work, I enjoy spontaneous road trips with my husband to comb beaches for sea glass. I also enjoy reading, fishing, crafting, and making jewelry. I strive to make the clinic a personable experience for both owner and their pets. 


Danielle Elliott

I joined the SPPC team in 2020 after relocating back to the Madison area after living in Kalamazoo, MI for several years. I am enjoying all of the puppy kisses and kitten purrs here while completing my Bachelor’s at Upper Iowa University Madison campus. I spend most of my time with my three teenage boys, although the eldest is currently stationed in Fort Stewert, GA. I have one beautiful baby girl by the name of Bree. She is an 8 year old rough coat collie who is as sweet as can be as long as you are not trimming her nails.  We enjoy spending time as a family and traveling together. In my free time I am an active member of the Roller Derby community and have been for 15



Terri Tolley-Thompson

Terri has been in the veterinary field for 20 plus years. She strives to remember all clients names and pets and treats all patients like her own pets. Which include a Frenchie named Fiona a Pitbull named Nala and a little mutt named Mowgli. Two big cats, Michigan and Olaf and we can’t forget the chickens. Terri enjoys working with animals and has many of her own. A dream of Terri’s is to own a small farmette and add to her love of animals. In her spare time she loves to be outside hiking and visiting zoos with her large family. Terri resides in Sun Prairie with her husband and one of her five kids still lives at home. Her pride and joy are her five grand children.


The Sun Prairie Pet Clinic participates in the Dane County Youth Apprentice program. This innovative program matches qualified high school students with employers in their chosen field of study. These students earn college credit while gaining in-depth knowledge and experience in the field of veterinary medicine that can help propel them into a career after high school.