Dr. Anne KrakeDVM
Dr. Krake cherishes the relationships she has built over the years with our clients and their wonderful pets. Due to illness in early 2000, Dr. Krake could no longer work at the clinic. She now devotes her time to her home life with her pets and grandchildren. She graduated from the University of Minnesota in 1982 and in 1984, opened Dakota Pet Hospital in her hometown of Farmington until relocating the clinic to Lakeville in 1989. Dr. Krake is very much a valued member of the Farmington community. She shares her home with her Golden Retrievers and her 7 cats. Over the years, her home has been opened to many, many animals. When enjoying her personal time, Dr. Krake likes to garden, sew, knit, and read.
Dr. Deb McNabDVM
Dr. McNab studied animal science at UW-River Falls, and graduated from the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine. She has been a part of our team since 2008. Her passions are physical therapy and sports medicine. She has a special way with her patients and can calm most any nervous dog or cat. When she isn't busy working, Dr. McNab spends her free time with her family, hiking with her dog Calvin, gardening and being outside. She is active in her kids' Scouts BSA troops and has learned to enjoy camping through those experiences.
Dr. Kirsten JagowDVM
Dr. Jagow completed her undergraduate program through UW-River Falls and received her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Minnesota in 2009. She joined our team in 2015 with a special interest in internal and preventative medicine. She is also a talented and efficient surgeon and veterinary dentist. Dr. Jagow enjoys spending time outdoors hiking with her dog, Ivy. Some of her favorite activities include kayaking, camping, downhill skiing, enjoying craft beer and attending music festivals.
Dr. Kayla BorkaDVM
Dr. Borka was born and raised in Minnesota. She graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and completed her clinical year at the University of Florida. She joined our team in spring of 2019 where she is enjoying pursuing her passions in preventative medicine and surgery. Outside of work, Dr. Borka loves to spend her time gardening, listening to music, hiking and soaking up the sun. She also enjoys spending her free time with family and friends and having game nights.
Dr. Eva ReinickeDVM
Dr. Reinicke grew up on a small farm in New York State where her family grew organic vegetables and had an assortment of farm animals. She completed undergrad at Earlham College in 2007 and took several jobs in environmental education before deciding to become a veterinarian. She graduated veterinary school at the University of Minnesota in 2016. She spent 5 years in mixed and equine practice and joined the team at Dakota Pet in September 2021. Her interests include preventative medicine, surgery and canine athletes. Outside of work Dr. Reinicke enjoys spending time with family including her husband, a border collie named Taiga and a mischievous cat named Leo. She also has 3 chickens and 15-30 colonies of honey bees. Winter is one of her favorite seasons and she and Taiga can be found out on the Nordic ski trails gliding through the snow.
Dr. Corrie WaldenDVM
Across seventeen years of her veterinary career, as a general practitioner, Dr. Walden prides herself on building close relationships with her clients to help them continually improve the lives of their pets. By delivering expert preventative care, dentistry, surgery, urgent and emergency care, and end-of-life consultations, she has been a key partner in her clients’ journey through the lives of their companions.
Her professional passion is ophthalmology and surgery: she loves all things eyes!
At home, Dr. Walden enjoys spending time with her two sons and her husband as well as their two cats and their dog, Pippin. She can most often be found reading and playing board games, but loves to go hiking and camping when she can find the time. She and her husband also love to create costumes, both for Halloween and charity events.