Kris worked at Animal Emergency & Referral Center of Minnesota many years ago and left our employment in 2001. We were very happy to have her come back in 2009! Kris has a B.S. in Biology from the U of M and has worked in animal emergency and specialty referral hospitals for over eight years. She has also worked with a canine reproductive specialist to perform many artificial inseminations and caesarean sections.
Kris is an outdoorswoman and enjoys camping, climbing, canoeing, kayaking and travel. Interestingly enough, she has lived overseas in both South Africa and Japan!
Kris' beloved pets include a Great Dane named Delilah, a Boston Terrier named Otis, and a cat named Flabio!
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