Continuing the tradition of compassionate veterinary care

About Us

About Salt Creek Vet Clinic

 The owners of Salt Creek Veterinary Clinic, Dr. David Sudbrink and Dr. Lindsey Marrotte-Sudbrink, continue Doc Pete’s 42-year legacy of compassionate veterinary care for Weston Country and the Black Hills region.  They are excited to announce they are now offering new services to meet all your animal health needs.

Salt Creek Veterinary Clinic, established in 1972, takes pride in their ability to provide full service care for both small animal, equine, and herd health. Which includes health certificates, equine dental procedures, artificial insemination, vaccinations, pregnancy checking, fertility testing, c-sections, digital x-ray, and advanced diagnostic testing.

We offer a variety of preventative small animal services that range from vaccinations to routine wellness care and diagnostic testing.  Also, we offer routine surgical procedures, digital x-ray, full dental care, in-house bloodwork and even orthopedic surgery options.

Lindsey, Dave, and their caring staff invite you to come by to meet them and see the new and exciting changes that are happening at Salt Creek Veterinary Clinic. 

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About the Owners

Dr. David Sudbrink & Dr. Lindsey Marrotte-Sudbrink

 

Doctors David and Lindsey graduated from the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine.  They met at the university and moved to the Black Hills in 2013.  Dr. Dave started working at Salt Creek Vet Clinic with Dr. Pete in July of 2013 and he has enjoyed the opportunity to live and work in Newcastle.  Dr. Lindsey worked as a veterinarian in Rapid City, SD and helped at Salt Creek Vet Clinic on Wednesdays until she moved to Newcastle in 2016 to work full time at Salt Creek Vet Clinic.  They currently have 5 dogs, a cat, 9 horses, 2 ponies, and 4 cows.

Lindsey and David have two children, Grayson and Korbyn. They enjoy being apart of the community and spend most of their free time with Grayson & Korbyn or out riding their horses. 

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Meet the Staff

Susie Button, DVM

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 Doctor Susie grew up on her family’s cattle ranch just East of Newcastle. She graduated from Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine in May of 2018. She currently has three dogs and one cat. Dr. Susie is excited to be back in her hometown to serve the community! She spends most of her free time helping on the ranch and hiking with her dogs.  

Receptionist - Peggy Morgan

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 Peggy has lived in Newcastle since 2003 where she raised two children. Peggy joined the clinic in September of 2017 as our new receptionist. We enjoy having Peggy around to help us with office work, schedule appointments, and answer phone calls. Peggy likes spending time her with dog Ruger. 

Technician - Jade Roady

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  Jade grew up in Newcastle and interned at the clinic during her high school career. She continued working here for the summer after she graduated in May of 2017. Jade is attending college at Dakota Wesleyan University where she plans to later get accepted into vet school. She continues to work during summers and breaks. Jade enjoys the summer time and playing with her dog Kody.  

Technician - Summer Cole

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 Summer grew up in Broken Bow, NE and moved to Wyoming in 2013. She interned at the clinic during her high school career and later went on to college. Summer attended Eastern Wyoming College and graduated with her AAS in veterinary technology in May 2018. Summer enjoys spending time outside with her two dogs, Hagen and Chunky.  

Technician - Christy Achterof

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 ​Christy has been a veterinary technician since 2005. She and her family moved to Newcastle in 2011, and Christy joined the Salt Creek Veterinary Clinic team in the Fall of 2015. She has a fierce passion for anything to do with horses. Christy and her family enjoy their 2 dogs, 3 cats, goat, 6 horses, and bison. When she’s not at work, Christy enjoys spending time with her family and friends. 

Sanitation Coordinator - Diane Johnson

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Diane was born and raised on a ranch in South Western Montana. She and her family moved to Newcastle 24 years ago to pursue other interests. Diane is a retired horse person with new canine additions to their furry family. Diane has been assisting at the clinic since April of 2017.