At Grand Valley Animal Hospital our practice is grounded in science, with the ability to listen because no one knows your pet better than you do. Our mission is to maintain an exceptional team and to provide comprehensive, state-of-the-art care in a compassionate environment. We believe that by using science, coupled with common sense and a team approach, we can improve the bond between you and your pet.
"I recognize that every client has a different level of experience, every pet a different level of need – and many clients have done their own research. I am trained in science, medicine, surgery and nutrition, but I also know that alternative options may fit your pet's individual need and will discuss these options with you. I am committed to continued education and have a keen interest in orthopedic and reproductive services, and will be expanding these areas in the future."
- Darin Meulebroeck, DVM
Dr. Meulebroeck earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine in 2003, and is a member of both the American Veterinary Medical Association and the North Dakota Veterinary Medical Association. He is licensed to practice in North Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota and is the attending veterinarian for the University of North Dakota Center for Biomedical Research.
Dr. Jessica Olson earned her doctoral degree from Colorado State University. Prior to obtaining her doctorate, she received a bachelor’s degree in animal science from North Dakota State University as an undergrad. Dr. Olson also gained industry experience as an associate veterinarian at the Devils Lake Animal Clinic. She is the proud owner of two dogs, two horses and one mini mule.
Dr. Burchill assists GVAH with orthopedic services. Prior to joining GVAH, Dr. Burchill owned a private veterinary practice for 16 years. He received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at Iowa State University in 1994, and is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the North Dakota Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Burchill is licensed to practice in North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, and Minnesota.
Licensed Veterinary Technician
Desiree graduated from Ridgewater College in 2003 with an Associate of Applied Sciences in Veterinary Technology degree, and was licensed that same year. For the past nine years she has worked at a local veterinary hospital. In August 2012, Desiree joined the veterinary team at Grand Valley Animal Hospital and has been an incredible asset.
A graduate of NDSU with a degree in Animal Science, Sierra spent additional time shadowing in several veterinary clinics before starting at Grand Valley in early 2017. When you see her at the clinic, be sure and ask about her German Shorthaired Pointer Lab mix, Tatonka, and her Quarter Horse, Charlie!
Jamie has been with the clinic as a Veterinary Assistant since November 2017. Prior to joining GVAH, she worked as a lead assistant and assistant manager at a vet clinic for eight years. Originally from Washington state, Jamie owns two dogs, Simon and Nova, and one African Fat Tailed gecko named Hadron.
Barb is your first point of contact with customer services and sales, and has nearly two decades of experience in the veterinary clinic industry. She has been a member of the Grand Valley team since 2013, and is a graduate of Moorhead State University where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Graphic Communications.
As a client care and communication specialist, Jackie is here to welcome you to the clinic, answer calls, and take care of your product needs. She loves animals and has 7 dogs with her husband, who raises and trains hunting dogs. Jackie especially enjoys caring for the puppies until they are ready for their new homes. Before joining the Grand Valley team in 2016, she worked for Altru Hospital in numerous departments after earning her Health Unit Coordinator degree from Northland Community College.
Sue joined GVAH in February 2018. She received a medical secretary degree from Aakers Business College in Grand Forks, ND, and has been a great addition to the staff. Sue’s responsibilities at the clinic include client communication, appointment coordination, and post-appointment check-outs. Sue is the proud owner of four dogs: Bailey, Lacey, Finley and Lilly.