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Fear Free for Sure. We’re proud to be the first Fear Free certified clinic in Saginaw, MI. So, your pet’s emotional and physical well-being is prioritized with every visit. We put the patients first!
Sometimes you don’t realize how much you enjoy something until it’s gone. That’s what happened to Marilyn, who worked as a kennel manager, then left the field to explore other jobs. After a while, she realized that she missed veterinary life and returned to it. Now she’s a veterinary assistant at Veterinary Health Center!
Kayla has always maintained a strong love for animals. Then one day, her neighbor introduced her to the wonderful world of veterinary health, and she’s been hooked ever since. As a kennel manager at Veterinary Health Center, she gets to spend time with and make a big difference in the lives of every animal she encounters!
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Everyone dedicates their life to a different cause; some choose to be a part of helping animals and their owners. Ami decided that she wanted to be a part of that group, and as a front desk receptionist at Veterinary Health Center, she gets a chance to do precisely that!
Chris decided to enter the veterinary field because she wanted to make a positive difference in the lives people and their pets. She got the chance to do so a year into her career, when a client she had grown close with couldn’t be present to help their terminally ill pet cross the rainbow bridge. Chris stepped in to offer care and support in their absence – a gesture that brought great comfort to the grieving client.
When Kara was a young child, growing up in Freeland Michigan, she remembers vividly being glued to the television every time Steve Irwin was on. He was so influential, in fact, that she decided she would one day follow in his footsteps and work with animals, just like him. Today, as a Veterinary Assistant, Kara is thrilled to be doing what she is passionate about – helping pets enjoy longer, happier, healthier lives!
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Kevin may not have a job working directly with animals, but that doesn’t stop him from sneaking in some snuggles and cuddles with the kitties while they await procedures. His love of felines has also inspired him to volunteer at several of our adoption events. Being able to assist in their journey to their “furever” homes is incredibly fulfilling.
Growing up, Amanda had a dog who suffered from seizures. The experience of caring for that precious fur baby made her realize just how much she wanted to one day work with animals as a career. As a Veterinary Assistant, Amanda appreciates the opportunity to help and support our clients and their companions.
A native of Bay City, MI, Angie grew up an only child, so she formed a connection and companionship with animals at a young age. She yearned to find a job that would allow her to be around animals, care for them and learn more about them. She landed a position at Veterinary Health Center as a kennel manager and has been thrilled to be in the presence of a variety of animals!
Jennifer has a knack for finding the good in almost any situation. Whether it’s bottle-feeding kittens and recognizing that it’s part of overcoming life’s challenges, or inhaling the sweet smell of puppy breath to remember the good on a day of sadness. Helping animals, building a bond and watching them grow can put a smile on Jennifer’s face, no matter the circumstances.