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Carolyn Hope Rosenblum – Office Manager

Meet the friendly staff at Sound Equine Veterinary Hospital!

Carolyn Hope Rosenblum
Hospital Manager

Carolyn Hope joined us after graduating from the University of Wisconsin in 2014. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science Business. Her first ever job was at an Equine Clinic in Wisconsin, which is where she is originally from. She has had a passion for horses, particularly American Saddlebreds, all her life and knew she would eventually end up back at an equine clinic, her original love.

She has worked previously as an equine surgical assistant, a large animal barn crew member at the University of Wisconsin Large Animal Veterinary Medicine Teaching Hospital (UWVMTH), a pharmacy assistant compounding veterinary medication at UWVMTH, and a small animal receptionist.

Carolyn Hope is also bringing to us our office dog, “Dutch”. “Dutch” is a friendly, 4-year-old Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier. You will often be greeted in the front office with a lick or a tail wag!

In her down time, Carolyn Hope enjoys riding all different breeds and disciplines of horses, watching football (Go Badgers!) and spending time at the barn with “Dutch”.

Carolyn Hope joined us after graduating from the University of Wisconsin in 2014. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science Business. Her first ever job was at an Equine Clinic in Wisconsin, which is where she is originally from. She has had a passion for horses, particularly American Saddlebreds, all her life and knew she would eventually end up back at an equine clinic, her original love.

She has worked previously as an equine surgical assistant, a large animal barn crew member at the University of Wisconsin Large Animal Veterinary Medicine Teaching Hospital (UWVMTH), a pharmacy assistant compounding veterinary medication at UWVMTH, and a small animal receptionist.

Carolyn Hope is also bringing to us our office dog, “Dutch”. “Dutch” is a friendly, 4-year-old Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier. You will often be greeted in the front office with a lick or a tail wag!

In her down time, Carolyn Hope enjoys riding all different breeds and disciplines of horses, watching football (Go Badgers!) and spending time at the barn with “Dutch”.