Veterinary Assistant, Inventory Manager
Amanda S., LVT
Lori B., LVT
Josh K., Veterinary Assistant
Manny D., Veterinary Assistant
Michelle O., Veterinary Assistant
Addison S., Client Services Representative
April H., Client Services Representative
Baylee C., Client Services Representative
Emily D., Client Services Representative
Kaitlin B., Client Services Representative
Katelyn M., Client Services Representative
Jeff K., Building Caretaker
Daniel Langlois, DVM
I am a Louisiana native and lifelong LSU tiger fan. I completed both my undergraduate training and veterinary school at Louisiana State University. After graduation in 2009, I completed an internship at the Ohio State University, which was followed by residency training in small animal internal medicine at Michigan State University. I am a board certified specialist in small animal internal medicine and also a tenured faculty member at MSU. Outside of veterinary medicine, I enjoy spending time with my family, playing volleyball, and hanging out in Northern MI when I have the time.
I have spent over 40 years in veterinary practice management. My passion is building valuable relationships with clients and their pets, the veterinarians and the medical support team, and the front office staff. When I am not working, I enjoy traveling with my husband, Garry, and our champion Newfoundlands to dog shows and my beagles as a “sidekick.” We also enjoy boating throughout Michigan and other states.
Holly B., LVT
Licensed Veterinary Technician
I have been a Licensed Veterinary Technologist, working in general and emergency/critical care, since 2009. I enjoy the fast-paced environment, frequent variation of cases, and the need for critical thinking that comes with working in emergency medicine. I am married with two children (2002 and 2018 models), four dogs (two Great Danes, a Cane Corso, and a Frenchie), and a clowder of cats. In my spare time I enjoy traveling, attending concerts and various sporting events, as well as collecting various types of art. Thank you for allowing myself, and the entire team to care for your pet!
Chastity T., LVT
Licensed Veterinary Technician
Once I finished my training in veterinary technology, it did not take long to discover that emergency medicine is my passion, and I have not left it since. I have three fur babies: a Labrador Retriever, Jessi; a Siamese, Quill; and a domestic shorthair, Draxx. When I am not at work caring for your fur babies I spent my spare time hunting, fishing, reading, baking, and spending time with family and friends.
I am from Rochester Hills, MI and have been in the profession for about 2 years. I decided to pursue the veterinary field from a passion for animal care that stemmed from an early age. I currently have a one-year-old grey and white domestic shorthair, Milo, whom I love dearly. In my free time, I enjoy watching Disney movies and getting together with my friends and family.
I have worked in veterinary medicine on and off since 2007, with a majority of my experience in emergency or referral level practice. My passions are critical care medicine and anesthesia. I attended school for veterinary technology at Wayne County Community College. At home I have two beagles, a cat, a pair of ducks, “six” chickens (you stop counting after six), and a pair of geese. My free time is generally spent with my wife and daughter, cleaning up after our animals.
Most of my time is spent at Michigan State University as a 4th year veterinary student. I have worked as an assistant in emergency medicine since 2014. My primary interest is in emergency and mixed (both large and small animal) practice. I am originally from Chelsea, MI, but currently live in the Lansing area with my three horses (Ripley, Rorke, and Copper), cat (Cash), and dog (Ivy). In my free time, I enjoy playing the violin, drawing, and working with my horses.
I was born and raised in Texas and moved to Michigan in 2015 to attend MSU for my undergraduate studies. I have been a veterinary assistant for about seven years and have a passion for emergency medicine. I plan to start school to become a Licensed Veterinary Technician and would like to work with both large and small animals in the future. In my spare time, I can usually be found at the barn with my horses, archery and hanging out with my friends.