Dr. Robinson - DVM
Dr. Meg Robinson DVM, BS has two degrees. Her veterinary degree is from Purdue University and her Bachelors of Science is from the University of Wisconsin Madison in Wildlife Ecology. She has been practicing medicine for almost 30 years, doing all of the day to day tasks needed for general medicine and surgery.
- University of Wisconsin-Madison, BS in Wildlife Ecology. 1981
- Purdue University-Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. 1985
- I have an interest in treating exotic animals including birds, reptiles, and small rodents.
Stacey - Veterinary Assistant
Stacey has worked at the clinic since April of 2011. She enjoys working with the animals as well as the clients. She had a cat that gave birth to a litter of kittens on her welcome mat. She did give 2 of the kittens away but was not able to let go of the other 2, so she now has 2 cats named Whinny and Sleepy.
Enjoys making quilts and competing at area quilt shows. Also enjoys photography and spending time in the outdoors.
Michelle -Veterinary Assistant
Michelle has worked at the clinic since September 28, 2017. Michelle has always loved animals and has 3 pets of her own, 1 dog named Stella who is a rescue from Puerto Rico, 1 cat named George and most recently added a kitten named Missy who was brought in to the clinic by a client who rescued her.
Enjoys the outdoors and going for walks. Enjoys spending time with the elderly. Also a favorite past time is shopping.
Annie - Greeter
Annie came to the clinic as a kitten who was very scared. We planned to keep her and make her social so that she could be adopted by someone. Turns out that the someone was the clinic as everyone fell in love with her.
Making sure she does not miss any chance to get a treat. Climbs onto the counter to say Hello and Goodbye to all the clients. Always needs and enjoys getting attention and petting.
Olive - Greeter No. 2
Olive was found as a very small kitten in the middle of the road by a good person who brought her to us for care. She was dehydrated and malnurished. An IV was put into her front leg and fluids were given. She was also too weak to be able to eat on her own, so she was syringe fed. After a few weeks, she became strong enough to eat on her own. Everyone, expecially Dr. Meg, fell in love with her and she is now our clinic cat.
Loves digging the dirt out of the flower pots. Very relaxed and loves watching the other animals. Purrs constantly and loves being petted and held.
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