Phoenix, AZ Vets
Dr. Wendy Schroeder grew up in a suburb of Chicago. She earned her doctorate at the University of Illinois Veterinary School and has been at East Maryland since 2000. She enjoys spending time with her husband and their son Aidan, and their active little Boston terrier named Winston, and English Setter Clark. She also has 2 cats Kramer and Reggie. Dr. Schroeder’s professional interests include soft tissue surgery, canine and feline internal medicine and wellness. In her free time, Wendy enjoys gourmet cooking, reading, traveling and hiking.
Dr. Melana Martens was born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She has a love for animals and has worked in a veterinary clinic since she was 15 years old before becoming a veterinarian. She received her Bachelor’s degree and Doctorate from Oklahoma State University. She has been practicing at East Maryland since 2005. she particularly enjoys skin issues, especially allergies, and internal medicine.
She has 2 little Papillions named Brooklyn & Brady who enjoy coming to work with her every day!
Dr. Ann Marie Clemons joined East Maryland in 2013. She grew up in small town called Nevada, in Iowa, which is just East of Ames (home of the Iowa State Cyclones). She graduated from Iowa State School of Veterinary Medicine in 1990. Dr. Ann lives with her life partner Lloyd and their dog Lola. She has only lived in the Phoenix area since 2012 and is excited to learn about all the amazing desert creatures and environment. Although she said she has quickly learned that nothing in the desert is soft or cuddly; everything in the desert either pricks you, stings you, poisons you, or burns you. She also enjoys baking, reading, coloring, traveling, cooking with Lloyd, and learning how to garden in the desert.
Her interest in veterinary medicine started when she was very young and she never wanted to be anything else. She enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine, but has a special interest in exotic animals, behavior medicine, and meeting new owners. She loves all animals and does not have a favorite species or breed.