507-332-0716Faribault: 507-332-0716
507-214-7387Owatonna: 507-214-7387
1200 Lyndale Ave., N, Faribault, MN 55021
1220 Frontage Road East, Owatonna, MN 55060

Meet Our Veterinary Team

Dr. Candace Born, DVM, Iowa State University, 1999

Dr. Candace Born is a clinic partner. Dr. Candace received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Iowa State University in 1999. Her professional interests include dentistry and ultrasonography, where she has received extensive training. She belongs to the Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association and the American Veterinary Medication Association. Outside her profession, Dr. Candace enjoys spending time with her husband, Kevin, and her children, Drew, Christian and Ethan. She and her husband are also proud to be carrying on the family farm where they implement conservation tillage practices.

Dr. Anna Wildgrube, DVM, University of Minnesota, 2008

Dr. Anna Wildgrube joined Heartland Animal Hospital in 2014 and is a clinic partner. She is a local gal, having grown up in the Faribault community. She completed her undergraduate education at Gustavus Adolphus and received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Minnesota, College of Veterinary Medicine in 2008. Dr. Anna enjoys every aspect of veterinary medicine and hold a special interest in horses. She is a member of the American Association of Equine Practioners, the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association.

Dr. Jill Butovich, DVM, Kansas State University, 1992

Dr. Jill joined our team in 2014 and comes to Heartland with a wealth of veterinary experience after practicing in South Dakota for 20 years. She received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Kansas State University in 1992. Dr. Jill enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine and has a special interest in internal medicine and soft tissue surgery. She is an active member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association. Outside of her profession, Dr. Jill enjoys spending time with her husband, Jason, kayaking and lure coursing with her dog, Sami. They currently share their home with dogs, Caine and Sami and cat, Emmett.

Dr. Meghann Rosburg, DVM

Dr. Meghann joined the Heartland team in 2019 after graduating from Iowa State University with her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine 2019. While originally from Iowa, she has found her home in southern Minnesota. Her special interests in veterinary medicine are still developing but currently enjoys preventative medicine, ophthalmology, cardiology, and internal medicine. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association, and Iowa Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Meghann enjoy spending time with her husband and pets, trips up north, and cheering on the Minnesota Vikings and Iowa State Cyclones.

Recent Blog Posts

Why Choose Us For Your Pets Medications

You would never take risks when it comes to your pet’s safety, health, and wellbeing. Would you? Well, with the rise of counterfeit prescription drugs and rogue online pharmacies, you may inadvertently be putting your pet at risk [1]. Your pet’s health has always been our top priority which is why you trust us to provide them with the best care.

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Household Pet Poisons Most People Don't Know About

Did you know that March is Pet Poison Prevention Month? This month is dedicated to keeping pets safe from accidental poisonings and educating pet owners on how to do just that. Some curious pets cannot help but get into trouble when it comes to exploring household items that can pose a danger. Others may incidentally walk across the garage floor, garden, or sidewalk and wind up ill. To help you better safeguard your pets, check out these common household pet poisons that most people don’t think about.

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12 Tips to Celebrate Pet Dental Health All Year Long!

Here is a fact we hope you’ll sink your teeth into: preventing periodontal disease (also known as gum disease). By protecting your pet’s dental health, you can extend their life by three years! Along with obesity, dental disease is a leading (and preventable) illness that takes the lives of far too many pets far too early. To make matters even more pressing, over 80% of dogs and 50% of cats over the age of three will develop periodontal disease.

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Quality, Compassionate Medicine

Our Mission at Heartland Animal Hospital is to provide quality, compassionate medicine. Locations in Faribault, MN 507-332-0716 and Owatonna 507-214-7387.

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