Monthly Archives: August 2014
Dr. Katherine Ballor graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor of Science in zoology with concentration in neurobiology and animal behavior. She also received her doctor of veterinary medicine degree from Michigan State.
Dr. Ballor has been researching laryngeal paralysis for past five years and also has interests in neurology and surgery.
With a love of travel, she has been to 23 different countries and spent 6 months living in Europe, Dr. Ballor is excited to live in Las Vegas and get away from the snow after living in Michigan.
When not working, Dr. Ballor loves to spend time with her two dogs; a chocolate lab called Dolce and a German Shepherd called Jetta.
Dr. Shane Murphy came to Craig Road Animal Hospital from Kansas City, Missouri. Dr. Murphy completed his undergraduate education in animal sciences and music at the University of Missouri. He enjoyed his time in Columbia enough to stay and achieve his D.V.M. from the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine, where he graduated as valedictorian. While in veterinary school, Dr. Murphy worked nights and weekends in the hospital’s ICU with emergency and critical care patients.
Dr. Murphy’s special veterinary interests include surgery, cardiology, and dentistry, though he enjoys all aspects of medicine and cherishes the opportunity to develop relationships with his patients and clients.
For leisure, Dr. Murphy enjoys playing music, biking, fishing, hiking, and spending time with his wife, Taylor, a registered nurse, and their two dogs Remi and Piper.
Dr. Roberts has California roots, but grew up in Oklahoma.
He attended the University of Oklahoma for his undergraduate education where he received a Bachelor of Science degree. He then traveled to Missouri and earned his doctorate in veterinary medicine from the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Roberts professional interests are in the areas of general surgery, clinical pathology, and neurology.
In his spare time, Dr. Roberts he enjoys sports, traveling, and hiking. His best friend is Jaxon, an eight year old Basset Hound.
Gauge is a one year old Chesapeake Bay Retriever. He is very playful and thinks he is a lap a dog!
Gauge enjoys playing tug of war and going out shooting with his family.
Gauge is our Pet of the month for August 2014!
UPDATE: Opal has been adopted and is now named Draco!
“Opal” is a six week old male Siamese mixed kitten that we have available for adoption.
He has received his first shots, has been dewormed, and has been found to be healthy by our doctors.
Opal was named by the staff after he was brought to our facility. He and his litter mate were strays who were attacked by a dog, and brought to our facility by a good Samaritan. Unfortunately, Opal’s litter mate was killed; however Opel was unharmed but obviously in need of a home.
If you are interested in adopting Opal please contact Craig Road Animal Hospital on 702 645 0331.