Cindy has actually been an Animal Emergency & Referral Center of Minnesota team member twice; first as a part-time team member beginning in 1992, then after a hiatus, she returned to us as a full-time team member in 2006. She has attended the Medical Institute of Minnesota (now known as Argosy University) and has fifteen years' experience as a veterinary technician.
In addition to her experience as a veterinary technician, Cindy has shown akitas for ten years and helped start the Burnett County, Wisconsin humane society. She also has several pets; Stella the cockatoo, Stanley the eclectus parrot, Chili and Wesley the pygmy goats, 25 chickens (all named "Chicken!") and Beauty, the 40-year-old horse.
In addition to her skills and experience with animals, Cindy is also a master gardener, and a photographer. She also helped found the farmers' market in Siren, Wisconsin!
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