Vickie Oldakowski holds a B.S. degree in accounting from Regent University. She is interested in business and is currently pursuing her M.A. degree in business law with graduation scheduled for December 2021. Vickie has owned her own business since 2000 as a freight broker. Her profession is in the long-distance freight transportation industry working in both the human resource and accounting departments. Vickie lives on a small farm in the small town of Crivitz, Wisconsin.
Her other interests are in raising and breeding animals. She has been a breeder dating back to the 1990s. Starting her own farm and kennel in 2004. Here she has raised everything from Clydesdales to endangered Mulefoot hogs and San Clemente Island goats. She is also a breeder of English Mastiffs, Tibetan Mastiffs, and French bulldogs. Ms. Oldakowski has pioneered the introduction of using Tibetan mastiffs as livestock guard dogs, which remain with the stock they protect 24/7. With this, she has authored an article published in a foreign publication called JAKT DEBATT about the mighty Tibetan Mastiff as LGD. She enjoys volunteering as BOA, editor, and writing newsletters about animals for an international animal registry. From these experiences, she has learned the value of hard work, time management, and efficiency.