Spring Green Animal Hospital

506 Rainbow Road
Spring Green, WI 53588



Our Veterinarians

Our friendly and dedicated doctors and staff look forward to meeting you and your family!

Dr. John Dally

Drs John Dally and Ann Vetter

Dr. Mark Baenen

Dr. Mark Baenen

Dr. Baenen graduated from the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine in 1995. He began his career as a large animal veterinarian at River Valley Veterinary Clinic.  In 2003 he decided to pursue his small animal interests and, along with Dr. John Dally, started Spring Green Animal Hospital.

He met his wife Nancy while in college.  In 1999 they started their family and have two daughters, Harper and Isabella, and a son Cameron.  He also shares his home with a blind Jack Russell Terrier, 'Milo,' and 4 cats (Cooper, Tucker, Carl and Posie).

In his spare time Dr. Baenen enjoys tinkering in his garage and flying his plane! 

Dr. Kara Hutter

Dr. Kara Hutter 

     Dr. Kara Hutter started working for us in May of 2023. She is a 2023 Graduate of the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine.  During her time at the UW, Dr. Hutter enjoyed working in emergency medicine and spent two years working at Veterinary Emergency Services in Madison.  In addition to ER and urgent care, Dr. Hutter enjoys surgery and shelter medicine.  She is excited to bring new techniques and ideas to our practice. 

Dr. Hutter is a 2016 Graduate of River Valley High School and grew up in the Spring Green area on her family farm.  This is where her love of animals first started!  Her parents, Will & Tracie, allowed her to have a menagerie of animals from rabbits to pigs all of which she supported on her sweetcorn sales!

These days you can find Dr. Hutter roaming around with her four dogs- Addie (Chocolate Lab), GiGi (Chocolate Lab), Blanche (French Bulldog), and Bascom (Dalmatian), caring for her 16-year-old cat, Benny, or yelling at her deaf cat-Stu, to get off the counter. When she's not hanging out with her zoo/circus, she and her husband, Matthew, enjoy going to local restaurants and catching up on bad TV.