Madison Road Vet Clinic
Hours of Operation:
Monday 8 am – 6:00 pm
Tuesday 8 am – 6:00 pm
Wednesday 8 am – 6:00 pm
Thursday 8 am – 6:00 pm
Friday 8 am – 5 pm
Saturday 8 am – 12 pm
We’re here when you need us, whether it’s for a routine checkup, a much-needed vaccination, or a thorough exam and testing when your pet is sick. Our staff is not only knowledgeable about veterinary techniques but also strives to make sure you and your pet are well cared for. You can rest assured that your best friend is in the best hands.
• Complete Health Exams
• Heartworm & Intestinal Parasite Testing
• Soft Tissue Surgery (laser surgery available for feline declaws)
• Allergy Testing
• Dental Services and Oral Surgery
• Nutrition Counseling
• Digital X-Ray
• In house CBC and Blood Chemistry
• Nail Trims
• Anal Gland Expression
• PiezoWave Shock Therapy
Ray Ibeling, DVM
Dr. Ray is officially retired but he has definitely been the most familiar face at Madison Road for many years. Originally from Ackley, Iowa, he graduated from Iowa State University with his DVM in 1977. His first job was with Clinton Veterinary Clinic as a large animal vet which he did for 22 years before starting as a small animal veterinarian at Madison Road in 1999.
He married his wife Shawn in 1973 and they live in Clinton, WI. They have 3 children (Kelly, Craig, and Kyle) as well as 5 grandchildren. They have had dogs in the past (Boots, Cleo) and currently have one cat (Amy).
Dr. Ray enjoys raising pigs and singing at church (or anywhere!), camping, and spending time with his family. He started his well earned retirement starting in January 2016, but you will no doubt still see his smiling face from time to time!
Annie Gander, DVM
Dr. Annie has worked for Madison Road since 2011. She was born and raised in Sauk Prairie, WI and still enjoys spending free time at her family’s cottage on Lake Wisconsin. She received her BS in Zoology in 2005 and her DVM in 2010, both at UW-Madison. While at veterinary school she met her husband Dan who is a large animal vet with Stateline Veterinary Service specializing in reproductive technologies.
They live in Beloit on a beef farm and have 4 children (Ryne, Hailey, Reese, and Brooks) and 2 yellow labs (Moose and Gus). In her spare time, Dr. Annie loves playing with her kids and dogs, watching the Badgers, reading, and being active outdoors!
You can also find her at Clinton Veterinary Clinic!
Sean Swanson, CVT
“Dr. Sean” has been with Madison Road Vet since 2010. He did an externship with us while he was in school and we made sure not to let him go!
Sean graduated from Rockford Career College with his CVT degree in 2010. Prior to being a vet tech, he was a Graphic Designer in Florida. Sean lives on a mini farm in Beloit with his beautiful wife Carrie.
They have a Jack Russel (Dottie), a Great Dane (Willa), a terrier mix (Boomer), a Pitbull (Loosey ), a mixed breed (Clara), 4 cats (Heffner, Evinrude, Mercury and Braap) some chickens, ducks, and goats!
In his free time, Sean takes care of his many animals and enjoys riding his motorcycle, boating, drawing/painting, doing competitive snow sculpting with his team (The Slacktastic 4), and relaxing at The Broken Oar.
Betty Lee, DVM
Dr. Betty joined our staff at Madison Road in 2015. After earning her BS in Animal Science from UW-Platteville in 1997, she went on to receive her DVM from UW-Madison in 2001. Betty and David run David’s family farm just south of Clinton where they have 5 Percherons, 6 Norwegian Fjords, some cattle, sheep, chickens, pigs, barn cats, a pomeranian named Zelda, and a German Shorthair named Iggy.
When not at work or working on the farm, Dr. Betty enjoys embroidery and photography. She has a large garden in the summer and she cans the produce to use in the winter. She loves making jams and jellies to share with family and friends!
Savannah Lauer, DVM
Dr. Lauer joined us at Madison Road in May 2017 after graduating from UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine. She grew up in southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois so she is very familiar with the area!
Dr. Lauer currently lives in South Beloit with her husband Gregory who is retired from the Army and is now in the National Guard.
They share their home with their boys (Demitri and Oliver), 5 feline friends, a turtle, an anole, an albino Nelson’s milksnake, and many birds (ranging in size from finches to macaws)! She has a special interest in feline medicine/surgery and also in avian/exotic pets and is ready and willing to take care of your birds, reptiles and pocket pets!
In her free time, Dr. Lauer enjoys hand-rearing birds, playing video games with her hubby, and hiking/biking/trail walking.
Ashley Simpson, CVT
Ashley has been with Madison Road since 2014. Just like Sean, she did an externship with us while she was in school and we couldn’t let her get away! She graduated with her CVT degree from Rockford Career College in 2014.
Ashley is our hometown girl, she’s originally from Beloit and lives there now with her husband Stu and their son Will who they welcomed in August 2020.
They share their home with their 4 dogs (Sophie, Vincent, Connor and Bishop) and 2 cats (Sam and Jack). Ashley enjoys cooking, playing cards, golfing with Stu and watching the Badgers and the Cubs!
When Ryan has free time you can usually find him visiting his girlfriend McKenna at UW-Whitewater. He likes fishing, boating, relaxing and spending time with family! Ryan is excited to finally be starting a career working with animals!
We couldn’t get by without Toni at Madison Road, she’s the one who knows where everything is and how everything works. She’s been with the clinic since 1998, and hasn’t been able to stay away since! Toni lives in South Beloit with her husband Brian. They have a one-eyed Boston Terrier/French Bulldog (Ralphee), a pitbull (Charli), and two Boston Terriers (Randee and Mikee).
In her free time Toni loves to spend time with her Grandson Asher, ride her motorcycle and get tattoos!
Macaroni a.k.a “Mac” a.k.a “Noodle” joined our clinic in 2013. He was a stray/barn cat that we took in to neuter and find a new home.
He had some complications following his surgery (he licked himself too much and got infected) requiring him to stay with us a little longer than intended and he never left.
Mac has no formal education but is naturally gifted at his position of “greeter”. He is not afraid of dogs, loves children, and loves to pester our clients as they attempt to write checks. Macaroni has been known to eat ANYTHING including French fries, tortilla chips, egg rolls, and Dr. Ray’s sandwhich (when he isn’t looking).
Mac’s favorite past times are eating, sleeping, scratching Dr. Ray’s chair, chasing the laser pointer, showing off new bandana styles and jumping from one counter to the next.