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Pam knew she wanted to be a veterinarian at the age of four. After receiving undergraduate and doctorate degrees from the University of Pennsylvania, she completed an internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Angell Animal Medical Center. With a big heart and a soft touch for her patients and their families, Pam le the team and constantly strives to bring the most exceptional and progressive care to the practice.
Outside the office, Pam can be found with her two daughters, husband, and their menagerie of pets. She enjoys equestrian sports, gardening, yoga, and exercise.
My desire to become a veterinarian became evident at four years of age. My dog had found a baby cottontail rabbit in our yard and we did our best to try to save it. I can vividly recall the compassion of Dr. Fred Merz, who tried to gently explain that the possibility of saving this rabbit was slim and even our best might not be good enough.
The kindness he showed to both this small creature and to me was something that has stuck with me forever. While the bunny did not survive, the lesson and the feeling have constantly fueled my desire to try and help, to try and make a difference to those creatures who cannot speak for themselves. In that, I find incredible satisfaction and fulfillment.
Everytime i come in for clark, i am treated so well and clark actually doesn't feel crazy anxious when inside with everyone. they handle him like he is their own and for that i appreciate and have recommended to many and will continue to do so. thank you for caring for my baby like he is your own.
The first is creating a culture of excellence. Our industry is driven not only by medicine but by customer care and experience. My overarching goal is to have each client leave the practice feeling as if we exceeded their expectations Arizona care and service. While that goal is not always attainable, we strive Hot make each day the best it can be for our patients, their families, and ourselves.
I love watching the organized chaos of a neighborhood clinic, with everything buzzing at once and everyone doing exactly what they need to do so that we may keep the day running and Tucson care for those who need us, whenever they need us. I love everything about flour and baking is my therapeutic release. How could you not be happy about a chocolate chip cookie? Or a peanut butter cookie, or carrot cake, or a cinnamon bun? Campbell completed her undergraduate degree at College of the Atlantic and graduated from Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine.
After graduating from veterinary tech, Dr. Campbell completed a small animal rotating internship in Carlsbad, California with a focus on emergency medicine and surgery. Her clinical interests include dermatology, soft tissue surgery and endocrinology. When not working, you can find Dr. Campbell eating her way through Boston, at spin class, or going on excursions with her dog, Desmond.
Carey grew up in Connecticut and came to the Boston area for her undergraduate education in cognitive neuroscience at Harvard. After working in finance and health economics for 10 years, she attended the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University and graduated with her DVM in She has a special interest in animal dentistry. Visiting St. Thomas in and realizing that the most exciting part of the trip was seeing and interacting with all the animals there, including the many roaming island cats, mating iguanas, and friendly sea turtles.
Getting to know the quirks of all the owners and pets that come through the office and become part of our family. Tess Gannaway hails from nearby Providence, Vet Island.
After graduating veterinary school, Dr. Gannaway completed a small animal medicine and surgery internship in Tucson, Arizona with a focus on emergency medicine and trauma. Although she fell in love with the desert, she returned home to the East Coast to be closer to her family. Outside of the clinic she spends her time running, swimming, and going on adventures with her geriatric desert poodle Creature, who you can see wandering around the clinic on any given day, living the life.
My tiny white rescue poodle Creature—who lives a very cushy retirement here at Back Bay. She is showered with affection and love by the staff and clients constantly.
After a nice long run taking a hot shower, eating some sort of carbohydrate told you! His clinical interests include preventative health care, pain management, dermatology, and nutrition. He has a commitment to effective communication and values a strong doctor-client relationship.
Arrowhead ranch animal hospital is the best! every vet is amazing. they all take care of my dogs like i would. we have been customers for almost 20 years now.
When not at the clinic, Dr. SG spends his time hiking, cooking, following baseball and hanging out with his adopted dog, Lily. I have always been fascinated by science, and passionate about public health. I get so much joy in helping others and love working as part of a team.
Veterinary medicine offers it all: innovative medical approaches, the prevention and management of infectious disease, incredible client relationships, and unparalleled teamwork. Katherine Wheeler is from Cambridge, MA. She completed her undergraduate degree at Colorado College and graduated from the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University, earning the Academic Achievement Award and admission into the international veterinary honor society, Phi Zeta.
After veterinary school, Dr. Wheeler completed a community medicine small animal rotating internship at Angell Animal Medical Center. Her interests include surgery soft tissue and select orthopedic proceduresultrasonography, and internal medicine.
Definitely ice cream and cheese. Is that 2 foods? I could live on mint chocolate chip ice cream and stinky cheese. His interest in caring for animals only grew as his veterinary studies took him further into the fields of cat and dog medicine and surgery. Sorbo's connection with his patients and their families is immediate, and he aspires to provide the very best care possible. He has a strong interest in surgery and ultrasonography, as well as veterinary dentistry.
Sorbo enjoys working with all species and has extensive experience with ferret and rabbit patients. Sorbo and his wife share their home with Sophie Spitfire, a domestic shorthair he brought over from the UK. She has been to 3 countries and has even traveled with her family across the continental US. Despite her ferocious name, she is a sweet and docile cat who loves company.
To play the saxophone. I'm not sure if it is believable, but I would like to think I could be a professional freestyle dancer and break the laws of physics!
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A member of the Back Bay vet team sinceKristine was asked to help manage our organization in A graduate of the University of Georgia with a degree in psychology, she has worked in general practice and emergency medicine for several years.
A diligent worker with tremendous ability to manage even the most difficult situations, Kristine will gain your trust from your first meeting. When she is not advocating for the animal and human health community, you can often find her enjoying the outdoors, cooking, or planning a fun trip. I loved Farley, the neighbors' Golden Retriever. The older I got the more attached I became to Farley and even considered him my best friend.
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Unfortunately, Farley was diagnosed with cancer when I was in 6th grade. Once I found out, I organized a garage sale and all proceeds went towards his care. A few months later he lost his battle with cancer but I never forgot my first experience and loving an animal. Knowing that I am able to help and advocate for my patients every day is what inspired me.
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Nothing is worse than seeing a pet sick or in pain, but it makes me feel great knowing that I am able to help them feel happy and healthy again, and seeing how appreciative and happy the owner becomes. The people I work with!
I grew up with dogs, chickens and fish and we got our first cat when I was in high school, so I always loved animals. It was after one of my dogs got hit by a car and I saw up close all the care involved in his recovery that I decided I wanted to care for animals.
What I love most about my job is that I get to help the animals. Cuddling all the puppies and kittens is a very close second! Being able to advocate for patients who are truly unable to do so themselves.