Amanda Dyal, DVM — Chief of Staff
In 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.
Dr. Dyal lives in Pulaski with her husband, Joe, and their four children: Jarid, Natalie, Leah, and Henry. An obvious animal lover, she has three Cavalier King Charles Spaniels (Ella, Etta, and Ringo) and two Cornish Rex cats (Ivy and Bing Clawsby).
Dr. Dyal enjoys soft tissue surgery, dermatology, dentistry and the variety that general practice offers. She loves being a veterinarian because of the fuzzy kittens, sweet old dogs and the special challenge of dealing with patients who can't talk!
Brian Mendralla, DVM
Dr. 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.
Outside of work, Dr. Mendralla shares his home with his wife Jessie (also a veterinarian), two daughters, and a Black Labrador, Bo. Dr. Mendralla enjoys spending time with his family, playing sports, and watching the NHL, NBA, MLB, and NFL.
Amber Jensch, DVM
Dr. Amber Jensch joined the Parkside team in June 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 and two daughters, Kyla and Tessa. She has two dogs (Scooter and Daisy) and four cats (Casper, Widget, Rusty and Dipper), who were all adopted from various shelters.
Dr. Jensch enjoys general practice, especially internal medicine cases. Her favorite aspect of veterinary medicine is forming lasting relationships with clients and their furry children while providing care throughout their lives.
Loriann Edwards, DVM
Dr. Loriann Edwards grew up in and currently resides in West DePere, Wisconsin. She received an undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point and earned her DVM degree from the University of Wisconsin. Prior to joining the Parkside Animal Care Center team, Dr. Edwards practiced at DePere Veterinary Service. Her special interests include internal medicine and pain management.