Paws & plans: New vet clinic set to open along Lakeshore Boulevard this fall
MARQUETTE — Local veterinarian Dr. Tracy Nyberg and her family on Thursday revealed opening plans for Stuga North Veterinary Care, a full-service small animal veterinary clinic scheduled to open in late October.
“We are grateful and thrilled for the opportunity to provide quality veterinary care in a welcoming environment here in Marquette,” Nyberg said in a news release.
Stuga North Veterinary Care will be located at 933 Lakeshore Boulevard in Marquette, which is near trails, Lake Superior beaches and residential neighborhoods.
Nyberg said Stuga North aligns with the culture and lifestyle of the clinic’s neighborhood.
“Just like many of our clients, our family frequents the beaches and trails of this community with our pets,” she said. “Our brand relates to the simplicity of a refreshing walk along Lake Superior as well as the comfort and meaningful connection that our team of professionals prioritizes with our clients.”
Stuga North Veterinary Care is now accepting clients and scheduling appointments. Clients can email Nyberg at firstname.lastname@example.org for scheduling before the clinic’s official opening date.
“While we still have plenty of work ahead before opening our doors, we would like to publicly express our gratitude to the amazing team that has brought this project to fruition and ahead of schedule,” Nyberg said. “From the early planning process with AccelerateUP; architectural and engineering with Integrated Design Inc.; financing with mBank; creative design with Forester Design; interior design with Curio Design Studio; our general contractor, Closner Construction; and numerous subcontractors, we are grateful to work with this all-local team to bring this lifelong dream toward reality.”
Nyberg has been practicing veterinary medicine in the Marquette community for nearly 10 years.
She serves on the Michigan Board of Veterinary Medicine, a nine-member board appointed by the governor of Michigan to evaluate competency and disciplinary action for licensed veterinarians in Michigan. She is also a volunteer veterinarian for the Upper Peninsula Animal Welfare Shelter.
Nyberg received her doctor of veterinary medicine degree from Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2011 and received her bachelor of science in animal science degree from Michigan State University in 2007.
Nyberg and her husband, David, and their three children, Hazel, Harriet, and Aksel, reside in West Branch Township.
To receive more information related to Stuga North Veterinary Care and its grand opening later this fall, visit its social media pages on Facebook www.facebook.com/StugaNorth; Instagram, www.instagram.com/StugaNorth; or its website at www.StugaNorth.com.