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William C. Sands III, DVM

William C. Sands III, DVM

Dr. Sands is originally from Kalamazoo, MI, but now lives in Three Rivers, MI with his wife, Susan, and dog, Fizzle. He graduated from Michigan State University in 1973! His favorite part about veterinary medicine are the variety of problems you get to deal with and the surgeries he gets to perform. In his spare time, he enjoys woodworking and traveling.

Dr. Carol Horton

Dr. Carol Horton

Dr. Horton is from Midland, MI, but now lives in Cassopolis with her husband, Pete, one dog, three cats, three rabbits, and a turtle. She also has two daughters in college. She graduated from Michigan State University. Go Green!

Her favorite part about practicing veterinary medicine are the variety of things she sees daily and the challenge of diagnosing a difficult case. She also loves puppy and kitten kisses! The most rewarding part of her job is seeing a pet improve after an illness and meeting new pets. In her spare time, she enjoys outdoor activities, skiing, crossfit, spartan races, and spending time with her daughters.

Melissa Baker, DVM

Melissa Baker, DVM

Dr. Baker is originally from South Haven, MI but now lives in Kalamazoo. She attended Michigan State University. Go Spartans! Her favorite aspects of veterinary medicine are the wide variety of cases she sees, and the puppy snuggles, of course. Her job is clearly never boring!

Dr. Baker lives with her husband, her three boys, and a cat. Outside of work, she enjoys gardening, fitness, and spending time with family.

Lindsay Barr, DVM

Lindsay Barr, DVM

Dr. Barr is from Nashville, MI, but now lives in Mattawan with her husband, stepson, Noah, new baby, Caleb, Chocolate Lab, Finnegan, and cat, Blueberry Muffin. A graduate of Michigan State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, she loves the excitement of not always knowing what the workday will bring and then solving the mystery of a difficult case. She also enjoys the relationships she creates with owners and their pets over the course of the pet’s life.

In her spare time, she can be found gardening, baking, reading, and spending time with her family and in the outdoors.

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