Paul Martin DVM
Dr. Paul Martin grew up in Driggs, Idaho on a small ranch with beef cattle, horses and dogs and cats. As a young man he raised sheep and beef projects in 4-H and also showed Quarter Horses in 4-H as well as in Association Shows. He is a graduate of Utah State University and Washington State University college of Veterinary Medicine. After graduation in 2002 he started working at South Fork Animal Clinic and is now a partner in the practice. Dr. Martin enjoys the variety of mixed animal practice and that you just never know what you are going to see that day! When not working on animals, he loves spending time with his family and in the outdoors, particularly horseback riding in the mountains, hiking/climbing the Tetons, and downhill skiing at Grand Targhee. He lives outside of Ririe with his wife and their four children along with their horses, dog Sammy, and cat Edwin.
Mark Bramwell DVM
Dr. Mark Bramwell was born while his father, Kliff Bramwell, was still in veterinary school at Washington State University. He grew up in Lewisville, riding horses and raising holstein steers. He graduated from Rigby High School in 1993. He served a spanish speaking mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints for two years in Honduras, Central America. He met his beautiful and amazing wife, Mindy, shortly thereafter at BYU-Idaho. He spent two years studying at Idaho State University followed by four years at the College of Veterinary Medicine at Washington State University, graduating in 2003. He worked for a mixed animal practice in Roseburg, Oregon for two years. While there, he adopted his first son. In 2005, he then moved his little family to Rigby to work at South Fork Animal Clinic with his father. He now enjoys a family of four children, two dogs, four cats, and horses. Dr. Mark Bramwell enjoys playing with his family, riding horses, camping, snowmobiling, and boating.
Sarah has lived in Rigby her whole life. She didn't grow up on a farm or live where she could have horses or cows, she grew up in the city. Even so, she has had a love for animals her whole life. She gained experience doing 4-H with rabbits and horses which she loved dearly. The other animals she grew up with were her cat Muffin and a dog Scottie. She was able to get her VERY own dog Sheila in high school, who was her very best friend and has since passed away. She is now married to a fun loving guy (who now enjoys animals as much as she does). They have 11 cats, 7 dogs, chickens, ducks, and horses. Sarah has worked at South Fork Animal Clinic since 2007. She feels "this is the best job ever!" She and her husband enjoy fishing , hunting , camping and spending time outdoors.
Front desk receptionist. Roy has worked at South Fork for twelve of the last fourteen years in varying capacities. Constantly confused as one of the Doctors, this retired army first sergeant will always be the “ugliest girl up front”. He resides on Antelope Flats, or as most would say, “somewhere east of Ririe” with his wonderful wife, three horses, two mules, four dogs, and twelve cats. We really appreciate Roy’s humor (most of the time), experience, and attention to detail.
Jenny has been around animals all her life. She grew up on her family’s dairy farm where she had the responsibility of raising the baby calves and in helping take care of the milk cows. Her love for animals was instilled in her at a young age, and helped her in deciding her future career path. In 2013, Jenny graduated with a degree in Veterinary Technology from BYU-I. She has passed the VTNE and is a certified veterinarian technician with the state. In her spare time she loves to play sports, read, play piano, be outside, and run farm equipment.
Joslyne was raised in Rigby, Idaho up until high school when she moved to Salt Lake City, Utah. She finished high school and completed a veterinary technician program by the time she graduated. In the fall of 2014 she moved back to Rigby and started working at South Fork Animal Clinic. She has always had a passion for animals, she grew up with and currently has all kinds of animals from indoor pets to farm animals. She did 4-H as a youth, showing horses and pigs, volunteered at rescues and sanctuaries, and brought home every stray she could find. She loves anything to do with the outdoors like camping, fishing, white water rafting, competing in rodeos, and anything else you can think of!
Aspen Crystal grew up in Rigby, Idaho. She grew up working with and around horses, and this helped her discover her passion for animals. She has been attending Idaho State University and is getting her associates in general knowledge, and then transferring to the College of Southern Idaho to get her bachelor’s degree in Animal Science. Aspen enjoys hiking, fishing, hunting, riding horses, riding dirt bikes, and spending time with her family. Since she has started working at the clinic, she has learned many new and exciting things and loves meeting new people and of course the animals.
Sonja was raised on a small family farm in Milo, Idaho where her love of animals developed. She enjoyed riding horses and helping with the cows. She was involved in the Rigby Jr. Posse and helping with rodeos. She was given the opportunity to work at a vet clinic ten years ago and loved working with the animals and taking care of them. She has been with South Fork since August of 2016 after the previous clinic closed. She enjoys spending time with her children and grandchildren and grand puppy, and camping. She also likes to do custom leatherwork. She especially likes working with the "ugly girl" up front.
Teresa was born and raised in Blaine, Minnesota, but now lives in Rexburg with her new husband, Kyle. She's currently attending BYU-I working towards a nursing degree. In Minnesota she was first introduced to veterinary medicine, where she worked and trained at Banfield Pet Hospital for several months before coming here. She didn't get to work with large animals previously, but is eager to learn all about them here! She loves working with all animals and is anxiously awaiting the day she gets her own pet. In her spare time she likes to go shopping, Netflix binge, go hiking, and float down the river.
Jessalyn was raised west of Idaho Falls on a family beef cattle operation. She job shadowed at a veterinary clinic while in high school and learned that she loved helping with animals. She graduated College of Southern Idaho in 2013 and received her Veterinary Technician Certificate that summer. Furthering her education, she received her Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Business at Brigham Young University Idaho in April 2016. Working at a vet clinic for many years she realized the need for clients to save memories of their beloved pets who pass away, so she started a pet cremation business “Forget-Me-Not Animal Cremations.” Jessalyn and her husband Jace enjoy camping, swimming, traveling, and spending time with their families. She has a “herd” of cats, a few cows, and three dogs.