Jefferson Veterinary Clinic, S.C.

959 West Racine Street
Jefferson, WI 53549


Our Doctors


Rob Farruggio, DVMRob Farruggio, DVM

"Dr. Rob" joined the JVC team following his graduation from Iowa State University in 1995. As a mixed animal veterinarian, he spends most of his days traveling throughout the county. He has a special interest in Dairy Medicine and is often found at a herd health or consulting with one of our many dairy farmers.  In his spare time "Dr. Rob" enjoys spending time with his family and attending sporting events.

"I've always enjoyed being around animals and helping to educate our clients and the community about the many aspects of veterinary medicine.  Being a veterinarian, I have the best of both worlds."


Brad Luebbe, DVMBrad Luebbe, DVM

Dr. Luebbe began his career with JVC after graduating from Kansas State University in 2005. As a mixed animal veterinarian, he divides his time between seeing companion animals in the clinic and traveling to local farms to care for their animals. Dr. Luebbe has special interest in surgery and radiology. Dr. Luebbe lives in Jefferson with his wife, daughters, and their pets.

"Growing up on a farm, I always enjoyed animals and I had and interest in medicine.  Veterinary Medicine is the perfect combination."


Marjorie, Koeppen, DVM Marjorie, Koeppen, DVM 

Dr. Koeppen is a 2009 graduate of the University of Illinois Veterinary School. She joined JVC in June 2009 as a mixed animal veterinarian, splitting her time between seeing companion animals and traveling to farms in the area. Currently, Dr. Koeppen is focusing on small animal medicine. She lives in Fort Atkinson with her husband and two sons.

"I enjoy the diversity of veterinary medicine and am grateful to have the opportunity to do what I love on a daily basis."

Brian Pulkrabek, DVMBrian Pulkrabek, DVM

"Dr. Brian" is a 2004 graduate of Kansas State University.  He joined the JVC team as a mixed animal veterinarian in 2004. Dr. Brian enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine but has a special interest in bovine medicine. Most of his time is spent with farm clients, providing service to their animals. He lives in Jefferson with his wife and two daughters.

"As a child, I was inspired by our farm veterinarian. That inspiration stayed with me and directed my career choice." 

Dan Griffith, DVMDan Griffith, DVM

Dr. Griffith is a 2011 graduate of the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine. He joined the JVC family in July of 2011. Originally from Ohio, Dr. Griffith spent time in the U.S. Navy before becoming a veterinarian. He works with both companion and farm animals and enjoys the challenge and variety of a mixed animal practice. He lives in Jefferson with his wife, two daughters, cats, and a dog.

"I wanted to be a Veterinarian when I was 12 years old. I somehow got distracted along the way but rediscovered my passion for it as an adult." 

Kerin McClain, DVMKerin McClain, DVM

Dr. McClain joined JVC in 2019 as a companion animal veterinarian.  She is a 2005 Kansas State University graduate and she has spent much of her career working in shelter medicine. Dr. McClain enjoys small animal medicine and has a special interest in surgery. She lives in Jefferson with her husband, two daughters, and the family dog.  In her spare time, she enjoys running with the family, reading, baking, and spending as much time on the beach as possible.

Mary Montanye, DVMMary Montanye, DVM

Dr. Montanye is a 2020 graduate of the University of Wisconsin, Madison Veterinary School.  She joined JVC in May 2023 as a mixed animal veterinarian.  Dr. Montanye enjoys working with dogs and cats as well as large animals including cows, horses, goats and pigs!  Dr. Montanye has some experience with small exotic animals, such as rabbits, bearded dragons and guinea pigs.  Dr. Montanye recently moved to the area and lives with her husband, son, and daughter as well as her dog and two cats.  In her spare time, she enjoys hiking and camping and taking every opportunity to play outside.

“I aspire to be an advocate for animals, a voice for those who cannot speak for themselves.  I look forward to learning every day and continuing to heal all creatures as I do.”