Animal Health Clinic
Monday, Thursday, Friday: 8:00am - 5:00pm
We see pets by appointment. Sick pets are seen as soon as possible and emergencies are given top priority.
Please call 810-629-9882 as far in advance as possible for appointments. If an appointment cannot be kept, please notify us as soon as possible so we can use that time for someone else.
Our telephone is answered by our receptionist during our regular office hours, and by an answering system when the office closed. The answering system provides the names and phone numbers for emergency services.
Due to the large number of phone calls handled each day, we ask that you give all of the details concerning the reason for your call to the receptionist. If the receptionist is unable to assist you, we will have a technician call you as soon as they are available.
Our fees are based on our cost of operations. We recognize the need for a definite understanding when it comes to fees, and that this is necessary for a good relationship between our clients and us. An itemized estimate will be given to you upon request and itemized receipts explaining the charges are always given. If you have any questions about your bill or fees, please ask.
VPI pet insurance is accepted. We highly recommend this insurance.
We accept cash, checks, money orders, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover Card, Adopt-a-Pet & Humane Society discounts. Payment is required at the time of service or when your pet goes home.
As a service to our clients, we are pleased to offer CareCredit, the nations leading client payment program. CareCredit has several payment plans to meet every financing need, including no interest and low interest options, each with low monthly payments and no upfront costs. It's easy to apply and you'll receive an online decision in seconds. Apply now or see our staff for more details.
For non-routine or emergency services, we are happy to provide an itemized estimate in advance.
To enable our clients to maintain and improve their relationship with their pets by providing the highest quality medical care available in a friendly and compassionate manner, resulting in happy owners and happy, healthy pets.
Dr. Sandy clocks in a minimum of 20 hours of continuing education courses every year.
She has a personal interest in internal and feline medicine which is apparent at her home in Davisburg where she has five rescued cats that have their own specially designed cat room.
Her hobbies include running, volleyball and horseback riding.
Dr. Susan is originally from the Fenton area and graduated from Lake Fenton High School. She grew up on her family's livestock farm. She graduated from Michigan State University in 2008, and has special interests in Ultrasonography, Feline Medicine and Conformation/Gait Analysis. Her hobbies include horseback riding/training and scuba diving. Her family at home includes Oscar the husky mix, Bunny the cat, and Stryker the retired show horse.
Thressa Robbins - Office Manager
Thressa started with Animal Health Clinic in January 2011. Thressa has worked in the veterinarian field for seven years. She resides in Swartz Creek with her husband Jarrod and her three children: Griffin, Dalton and Braylin. She is a huge Red Wings fan and has been breeding AKC Shih Tzus for nine years. She enjoys spending time with her family, swimming, campfires and summer activities. She also has a love for mastiffs and owns one big boy named, "Riggs".
Amy - Special Projects Manager
Alyssa - Head Technician
Alyssa is a 2008 graduate from Baker College of Flint's Veterinary Technician program. She currently lives in Fenton with her cat, Simon. In her free time Alyssa enjoys reading cooking and spending time with family and friends.
Maggie - Technician LVT
Maggie is a 2009 graduate from Baker College of Flint's Veterinary Technician program and has special interests in animal physical therapy & exotic pets. She started at Animal Health Clinic in June '09. She lives in Durand with her son & enjoys singing, swimming and anything Disney!
Stephanie - Technician LVT
Stephanie is a 2009 graduate from Baker College Veterinary Technician program. She grew up in Davison and now resides in Flushing with her fiancÚ Joe and their 4 cats: a Persian named "Big", an orange tabby called "Garf", and 2 Ocicats "Cleo" and "Makita". In her free time, Stephanie enjoys gardening, traveling, boating and bonfires.
Karen - Techician LVT
Cheryl - Assistant
Cheryl has worked for Animal Health Clinic since 1993. She was an employee when Dr. Sandy Smith purchased the clinic. Cheryl lives in Holly with her husband. Their household pets include 2 dogs, 5 cats and anything else that needs tender loving care. Cheryl also works for Holly Area Schools with mentally and physically challenged children. Her personal interests are reading, photography and digital editing.
Samantha - Assistant
Samantha started working with Animal Health Clinic through the Genesee Area Skills Center at Fenton High School. She now attends U of M Flint. Samantha has two dogs and a cat.
Anna - Assistant
Kaitlyn - Assistant
Leona - Receptionist
Marie - Receptionist
BB remains antisocial, refusing to associate with the commoners who come into the clinic. She spends her days hiding out under the lab equipment plotting how she will one day take over the clinic. Although she lives a life of solitude and is often in hiding, she does make frequent appearances at the food bowl. She continues to work towards her goal of being an only pet without the hustle and bustle of a busy veterinary clinic!
Halle was found at a local McDonalds by a couple of teenagers during a snowstorm. Halle had 2 broken legs and nerve damage to her front left paw. Three orthopedic surgeries and 4 years later she lives in the office with Dr. Smith and the rest of the staff. She was only 6 weeks old when injured, so really doesn't know there is anything wrong with her front legs. She is happy and healthy and is eying Buddha's job position.
Buddha came to the Animal Health Clinic in 1996. At that time, he was an underweight, neglected stray. Although Buddha struggles with kidney disease now, he receives fluids, medication and lots of love everyday from all of the staff. Buddha is probably our most popular employee, meeting and greeting all the clients as well as helping out at the front desk. He makes a fabulous paperweight!
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