Michelle is married with two rambunctious children. She has four fur kids of which two are dogs, Millie, the Labrador, and Bessie the regal Bassador (Bassett Labrador Mix!) She also has two kitties, Lilly and Rex.
Michelle became part of Animal Emergency & Referral Center of Minnesota's team in 2005. She is a graduate of Argosy University's veterinary technician program, and has always loved animals and had dogs growing up.
Once her kids started school, she decided it was time to put her focus back into work and go back to doing what she loves! Now, she is an important part of the Internal Medicine Department as one of Dr. Shadwick's specialty technicians.
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