Alan Holter, DVM, of Dodgeville, was appointed to a four-year term on the Wisconsin Veterinary Examining Board (VEB) by Governor Tony Evers. His term will begin January 1, 2021, pending approval by the Legislature.
“I am looking forward to this appointment and believe my experience, dedication and knowledge will be an asset on the board,” says Dr. Holter. “I will support the veterinarians and veterinary technicians in this state and the veterinary industry to the best of my ability.”
Dr. Holter practices small animal medicine at Dodgeville Veterinary Service. He just completed his three-year presidential term on the WVMA Executive Board.
The VEB consists of five licensed veterinarians, one veterinary technician and two public members.