Meet the Doctors
Family Pet Clinic is staffed with caring and compassionate veterinarians to serve the Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, communities. They are available not only for preventive care but have the knowledge and experience necessary in case of illness, injury, or emergency.
Dr. Scott Fellenz
Dr. Fellenz is a native of West Bend, Wisconsin, and graduated in the charter class from UW-Madison in 1987. His professional interests include soft tissue surgery, dentistry, cardiac and abdominal ultrasound, chemotherapy, orthopedics and dermatology. Outside of the clinic, he enjoys cycling and playing tennis, spending time with his family and their two cats, Bagheera and Marley, and hiking with their two Dobermans, Bella and Phoenix.
Dr. Dara Morrison
Dr. Morrison was born and raised in Illinois and received her D.V.M. from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana. Dr. Morrison uses her gifts of a gentle voice and soft touch to make our senior pets feel less anxious about a vet visit. Her outside interests include spending time with her children – both two-legged and four-legged.
Dr. Sara Olsson
Dr. Olsson earned her DVM from Iowa State University and her MPH from the University of Iowa in 2017. Born and raised in Menomonee Falls, she is extremely proud to return and join the team at Family Pet Clinic as a veterinarian! Her many areas of interest include preventive medicine and wellness care, as well as zoonotic diseases. In her spare time, Dr. Olsson enjoys spoiling her shelter cat, Millie, being out in nature, and adventures big and small with her friends and family.
Dr. Kemberlie Anderson
Dr. Anderson is from Argyle, Wisconsin, and graduated from Iowa State University with her doctorate in veterinary medicine. Dr. Anderson enjoys working with a variety of animals. Outside of work she enjoys horseback riding, camping and spending time with her three cats, two horses and her rat terrier, Dougan!
Dr. Erin Greuel
Dr. Greuel is originally from New Holstein, Wisconsin, and received her D.V.M. degree from the University of Wisconsin in 2011. After graduation, she completed an internship, then worked at a small animal clinic in North Carolina for two years. Dr. Greuel's professional interests include wound care, surgery and preventative medicine. Her outside interests include camping, hiking, reading and spending time with her husband, daughter, and their cat, Clodagh.