Dr. Blake Aiton, DVM and Practice Owner
Blake was born and raised in Chino Valley, Arizona, then attended Colorado State University, graduating with a degree in Animal Science in 2012, and a DVM in 2016. He moved to North Dakota after graduation, and began working at New Salem Veterinary Clinic. He is part owner and his professional interests includes bovine reproduction, large animal surgery and medicine, and small animal surgery. Blake enjoys the outdoors, including hunting pheasants, ducks, deer, and elk. He is an avid CSU football fan, and enjoys spending time and hunting with his wife.
Dr. Chad Wild, DVM and Practice Owner
Chad was raised on a commercial cow-calf ranch in Sykeston, North Dakota. He completed his pre-veterinary course work at North Dakota State Univeristy before attending Iowa State University and earning his DVM degree. Chad practiced in a primarily bovine practice in Wisconsin for several years before he returned to North Dakota and began working at New Salem Veterinary Clinic. Chad is part owner and enjoys bovine production medicine. In his free time, Chad enjoys spending time with his Wife Jessica and his kids Kyler and Brekyn. He is also a Bison football fan and likes camping, hunting, and spending time outdoors.
Genesis grew up outside of New Salem, North Dakota on a small hobby farm. She began working at the clinic in 2019. Genesis enjoys working with all types of animals but has a special interest in small animals. When she isn't working, she enjoys spending time with her daughter, husband, and cats.
Wanda is a New Salem native and started working at the New Salem Veterinary Clinic in the year 2000. She lives on a ranch near New Salem where her and her family run a commercial Angus cow-calf ranch. She enjoys working cattle and spending time with her family.
Paige grew up and lives in Hannover, North Dakota and began working at New Salem Veterinary Clinic in 2018. Paige enjoys assisting with bovine procedures most, but enjoys working with all animals. When not working, Paige enjoys bowling, camping, fishing, hunting, and spending time with her family and dogs Bonnie and Riggin.
Angie grew up in the metropolis of Almont. She started working at the clinic in 1996. She lives on a farm and ranch near New Salem , ND where they raise beef cattle and grain crops,. She enjoys meeting new people, working with clients and their animals, as well as seeing the special bond people have with their animals. She is blessed to have a son that loves sports (he sadly didn't inherit his mom's rodeo gene), 4-H, and the farm. She gets to be his #1 fan in wrestling, which his dad helps coach. Angie enjoys watching sports, photography, making people smile, practicing her faith, and spending time with her family and friends.