Dr. Susan Krebsbach, affectionately known as Dr. Susan, has always had a passion for animals.
After graduating veterinary school at The Ohio State University, she worked as a small animal general practitioner for several years before opening a veterinary animal behavior consulting service, Creature Counseling, where she works with clients and organizations on addressing animal behavior problems and how to prevent them.
In addition to private practice, Dr. Susan is the proud founder of Madison Cat Project; served as the assistant director of the Program for Pet Health Equity at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville; was honored to be the executive director of the Access to Veterinary Care Coalition; has been a veterinary consultant for Maddie’s Fund regarding pet behavior; and spent eight-plus years as a veterinary advisor for the Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association.
Dr. Susan resides in her home state of Wisconsin — where winter lasts nine months out of the year, beer and brats are considered a culinary delicacy, and the Green Bay Packers are a religion. It is from here that she permeates her true dedication to the enhancement of the special relationship that exists between pets and their people and advocating for the wellbeing of all animals.