Dr. Anne Clary began her career in Fond du Lac after graduation from UW Madison in 1994. Prior to Veterinary School, she obtained an Associate’s degree from Lakeshore Technical College in Equine Management and a BS in Biology from UW Milwaukee. She furthered her education by obtaining a certificate of completion in Animal Chiropractic in 1998. In 1999, she opened Pegasus Clinic, Inc., shortly after having her second son. She has been certified in Animal Chiropractic since 1998. She has 3 boys, Garrett, Travis, and Wyatt, and also operates Pegasus Farm, LLC, raising Percherons and honey bees, a passion of her husband Joel. Dr. Clary has raised over 30 percherons including some crosses in this time. She is passionate about raising solid horses with excellent dispositions that are suitable for the widest of careers. Several of her offspring and all of her breeding horses have qualified for All American at least once in their lifetime and all ride and drive. She has had a home bred six horse hitch as well as 3 world champions, 2 of which were home bred, and one was the World Champion Percheron Barrel Racer in 2018.
At Pegasus, Dr. Clary practices general equine medicine, along with chiropractic for all animals with an emphasis on whole body healing and general care. She has tools for myofascial release, thermography, gait analysis, digital radiography and ultrasonography. She loves education and continues learning at every opportunity. At a professional level, her interests are in biomechanics, musculoskeletal disorders, reproduction, and rehabilitation.
Dr. Clary also is active with the Percheron Horse Association of America, currently sitting as an active director on the national board. She received a Special Achievement award in 2018 from the Wisconsin Horse Council for her active involvement with local youth and developing a draft horse show team that competed from a private level up to the World Percheron Congress. She continues this work right up to this day. Her passion is the preservation of the traditional Percheron and to continue efforts to display their versatility at every opportunity