Blood transfusions are just as crucial for sick or injured animals as they are for people. Without a ready supply of donated blood, animals may die unnecessarily. Thanks to the generosity of donor ...View Article
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Monique is in charge of the kennel wing called the South Ward. She also does most of the dog and cat shaves for us. Monique has two daughters who each have children for her to enjoy here in Midland. Her son, Josh, is in high school and works the afternoons for us. Monique left us for a year and we found how much more smoothly the clinic runs when she is here. Thank goodness for Monique!
Martin arrived in the United States as a refugee from Burma in 2007. He came to Midland in 2008 and began working at the clinic. How lucky we are to have him as his contribution to the clinic is hard to overstate! Martin is in charge of our back kennel where the larger dogs are kept. He provides a lot of the “muscle” around the clinic and is constantly being asked to help hold, help get, or help do something. Martin enjoys cooking for his wife, Sung, and their two young boys.