Dr. Robert Crowley

Veterinarian, DVM

Dr. Crowley was born and raised in Milwaukee.  He lived in Madison for several years, earning his undergraduate degree in zoology at UW-Madison.  He received his Doctor of Veterinary  Medicine degree in 2002 from UW-Madison School of Veterinary  Medicine.  He moved back to Milwaukee and joined the team at Community Veterinary Clinic in 2004, focusing on the health and well-being of dogs and cats.  Dr. Crowley resides in the Bay View area with his wife, Sarah, and daughters, Lola and Harper.  They have a large furry family consisting of Burnheart, a purebred rescue Weimaraner, Che, the rescue mutt, Rizzo, the barn cat, and Ponyboy, the cat born in a garage on the mean streets of Chicago.

Dr. Crowley holds memberships in the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association.  He attends continuing education meetings bringing back the most current information on emerging diseases and therapies for existing and new medical problems that affect cats and dogs.

Dr. Crowley’s non-professional interests include running, biking (often to work), downhill skiing, Ultimate Frisbee and is active in supporting both Fernwood Montessori School and Bay View High School.

Dr. Michelle Flynn

Veterinarian, DVM

Dr. Michelle Flynn grew up in Racine, Wisconsin, and went to UW-Madison for undergraduate and veterinary school. She has worked as a small animal veterinarian in the Milwaukee area for the past 13 years. In that time, Dr. Flynn enjoyed getting to know the community and becoming a part of it. She is especially interested in wellness medicine and enhancing quality of life, considering the individual needs of each patient and client. She is outside every chance she gets in the warmer months, and considerably less so in the colder months. She enjoys gardening and podcasts, and she also does a little bit of rudimentary artwork. Dr. Flynn is looking forward to getting to know more of the folks in this area and helping in any way she can.

Dr. Amy Ragoschke

Veterinarian, DVM

Dr. Ragoschke grew up in Oak Creek, Wisconsin and received her DVM from UW-Madison in 2016. She has been living in Milwaukee and practicing in southeastern Wisconsin ever since. Dr. Ragoschke has a special interest in feline medicine, but loves working with all dogs and cats. Above all she prioritizes her patients’ comfort, which can mean managing any dental or mobility issues, chronic illnesses, and even their mental well-being. In her spare time, Dr. Ragoschke enjoys spending time with her own cats, hiking, gardening, and travelling.


Clinic Manager

Karrie is, by education, a human surgical technician.  She joined Community Veterinary Clinic in 2012.  She enjoys the reception area working with the clients.  She is amazed how much fun pet owners are when working with their pets.  She hears about the little quirks and behaviors that owners share about their pets, and that makes her day as well as a few good stories to share.

When Karrie is not at work, she is traveling around the volleyball courts of Wisconsin.  Karrie’s daughter is a great talent and competitor in the sport.  Her pet Labrador recently tore his cruciate ligament requiring surgical repair, so she knows first hand what clients face when recovering a pet from major surgery.


Head Veterinary Technician

Angie graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Madison with a BS in Wildlife Ecology. She has been working for CVC since 2000, and has been a Certified Veterinary Technician since 2003.

Angie is a sports fanatic and follows the Packers, Badgers and Brewers with extreme enthusiasm. If you come to the clinic on a Badger game day, rest assured that Angie will be wearing her Badger scrubs with pride.

Currently, Angie doesn’t own any pets. She saves all of her pampering for her sister’s chihuahua, Ivy, and the for the cats and dogs that she sees at CVC.


Veterinary Assistant

Matthew grew up on a horse farm in rural Illinois. He spent much of his childhood traveling for horse shows when he wasn’t taking care of other animals around on the farm. Matthew relocated from Chicago to Milwaukee in the autumn of 2017 while working in real estate. In 2021, Matthew joined the team at Community Vet. He plans to enroll in a Vet Tech program and hopes to grow his career within the industry. When Matthew is not at the clinic, he enjoys playing the piano, running with his Labradoodle Lyra, or cuddling on the sofa with one of his many Munchkin cats.


Certified Veterinary Technician

Desi has worked in the animal field since she was 13 years old. She got her start by helping her step-mom run two thriving doggy daycare businesses in the Milwaukee area, and since then, she has worked in several clinics as a Certified Veterinary Technician. Desi received her veterinary technician certification in 2016 after graduating from the vet tech program at Milwaukee Career College. She loves spending time with family, the outdoors, reading and listening to music. She is better known as “the chihuahua whisperer” by her coworkers, and has a chihuahua mix of her own, Merit, and a cat named Milo.


Client Care Specialist

Alex is new to Milwaukee and to the veterinary world. After serving as a Marine, followed by many years in the auto industry, he decided to make a switch to finally work with animals, which he has always loved. While not at work, Alex spends most of his free time volunteering at the Riverwest Co-op. He currently has seven pets – four cats, two rabbits, and a pit bull.


Veterinary Technician

Shannon has been an animal lover since she was little, so working at a vet clinic has always been her dream job. She started as a Veterinary Assistant in 2015, and received her Veterinary Assistant degree from Milwaukee Career College in 2016. Her goal is to become a Certified Veterinary Technician someday. At home, Shannon has three cats, a senior dog, and a bearded dragon. She volunteered at Second Hand Purrs as a child, as her other passion is rescue. One day, she hopes to have an animal shelter of her own.


Client Care Specialist

Gabbie is a senior at UWM, majoring in environmental conservation and hoping to build a career in marine biology. She has always had a passion for working with animals and started volunteering at the Humane Society when she was 14. When she’s not at work, you can find Gabbie studying wildlife ecology, kickboxing at the gym, or snuggling her and her roommate’s cat, Frankenstein.


Clinic Assistant

Ashley has a B.S. in Zoology from Portland State University and has travelled extensively for work from Washington DC to The Galapagos Islands.  New to Milwaukee, Ashley has moved here to follow her dream of working further with animals after working in the customer service industry for 10 years. She is happy to help out in the clinic wherever needed and loves to interact with patient and clients alike. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her friends and two dogs Franny and Greta.


Certified Veterinary Technician

Erin graduated from MATC in Madison as a Certified Veterinary Technician in 2008. She worked in emergency clinics for a few years before having children. After 7 years of being a stay-at-home mom, she decided to come back to veterinary work. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and their two boys, as well as drawing, crocheting and being outdoors (when it’s nice out!). Erin and her family have two cats, Winchester and Hurley, who they also consider their babies.


Client Care Specialist

Kristina has loved working in the field of veterinary medicine since starting at an emergency clinic two years ago. Looking for a stronger connection with the owners as well as their pets, Community Veterinary Clinic is the perfect fit for her. She enjoys being able to see pets when they are healthy! Kristina is a new mom, so outside of work, she loves to spend time with her family, and cuddling her baby boy. No pets for her family right now, but that will change as her son gets bigger!


Clinic Administrator

In addition to her other career as a Personal Stylist, Sarah loves helping out her family’s business as CVC’s Clinic Administrator. She is an active member of the Bay View community, having lived in the neighborhood for over 17 years with her husband, Dr. Crowley, and their family. When not wearing one of her many hats, she enjoys wearing one of her many hats. And boots. And jeans.