Dr. Sund-Wiebusch joined NAMEC in December of 2013. Originally from Northern California, she attended Colorado State University and graduated in 2000 with a double major in Biology and Zoology. After graduation, she moved to Nebraska, where she worked in a Research Lab until she started Veterinary School at Kansas State. She graduated from K-State in 2006, returned to Omaha, and practiced there until moving to Lincoln in 2010 to work for Williamsburg Veterinary Hospital.
Dr. Sund-Wiebusch enjoys general veterinary medicine and strongly believes in Preventative Medicine for every stage of life. While attending school at CSU she double majored in Biology and Zoology and worked for the “Changes” department, where she became invested in the animal-human bond. It was also there that she met her future husband, who eventually brought her back to Nebraska. Dr. Sund-Wiebusch says “I enjoy working with pet parents, as well as the animals.” She has become more involved in the NAMEC Mobile practice and you may see her about town in the NAMEC mobile clinic doing house calls.
Dr. Sund-Wiebusch feels that family is very important. She shares her life with her husband, son, daughter, Gus the Labradoodle, Ryan the Leopard Gecko, and Arial the Beta fish. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, volunteering at her children’s schools, running, and exercising.