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Dr. Amanda Dyal, DVM with Cavalier King Charles SpanielIn 2009, Dr. Amanda Dyal, our Chief of Staff, founded Parkside Animal Care Center to offer customized pet care using the most current veterinary technology. She is an honors graduate of the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine, and completed undergraduate studies at the University of Alaska Anchorage and the University of West Florida.

Having traveled extensively, Dr. Dyal now resides in Pulaski with her husband, Joe, and their four children: Jarid, Natalie, Leah, and Henry. An obvious animal lover, she has four dogs (Etta, Ella, Ringo, and Gladys – all Cavalier King Charles Spaniels) and two cats (Ivy, a Cornish Rex, and Corporal Whiskers, who is a rescue kitty of questionable descent).

Dr. Brian Mendralla, DVMDr. Brian Mendralla graduated from Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. After graduation, he relocated to the Finger Lakes region of New York, where he gained valuable experience and professional interests in medicine, surgery and dentistry. With an opportunity to move closer to family in the midwest, Dr. Mendralla relocated to Green Bay and happily joined the Parkside team.

Dr. Amber Jensch, DVMDr. Amber Jensch joined the Parkside team in June of 2017. She was born and raised in South Carolina with numerous childhood pets and wonderful parents who fostered a love of animals from a young age. She graduated from Wingate University in North Carolina for majoring in Biology and Chemistry. She then obtained her Veterinary Doctorate Degree from University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine.

She lives in Green Bay with her husband Conner, young daughter Kyla and a gang of fur babies. She has 2 dogs (Scooter and Daisy) and 4 cats (Casper, Widget, Rusty and Dipper) all adopted from various shelters.