Leah has always been interested in animals but she, and her sister, suffer from allergies.
Kristy knew in high school that she wanted to become a veterinarian. She began working at a veterinary hospital learning and assisting with the animals.
For Dogs and Cats over seven years. the symptoms of aging are not always visible. For our pets general well being and to improve their life and life expectancy we’d like to make sure that your pet looks as good inside as outside.
Elijah grew up on a small farm and has been caring for a variety of animals over the years including chickens, horses, cows, sheep, goats and household pets.
Megan is an Indiana native, who previously obtained her bachelor’s degree in animal science at Purdue University. The fourth Year D.V.M. candidate has worked in various veterinary hospital roles since the age of 16.
“I’m hoping to get a better understanding of how a general practice hospital works,” said Mathew of his time at Craig Road Animal Hospital.
Kelsey obtained her bachelor’s degree in animal science at Louisiana State University in her hometown of New Orleans and has always wanted to become a veterinarian.
Originally from San Juan, Puerto Rico, Norimar attained her Bachelor’s degree from The University of Puerto Rico, where she majored in veterinary technology.
Talesha joins the team at Craig Road Animal hospital as our new D.V.M. extern. Originally from Jackson, Mississippi, she attended Mississippi State University.
Veterinarian Dr. Andrew Koenitzer of Craig Road Animal Hospital in Las Vegas, Nevada, discusses causes, symptoms, and treatment of allergies in cats and dogs.
Currently in her fourth year of veterinary school at Ross University in St. Kitts, she learned about our DVM externship program through a Ross Alumni and decided to apply.
Naz joins us from Los Angeles California, she’s currently entering her third year of school at Virginia Tech pursuing her Doctorate of veterinary medicine.
Due to an unforeseeable set of circumstances, one of our long-time clients is unable to keep their two dogs and one cat and asked Craig Road Animal Hospital if we could help.
Veterinarian Kurt Mychajlonka D.V.M. of Craig Road Animal Hospital in North West Las Vegas explains why dogs fear fireworks.
Mike was drawn to Animal Medicine in high school through his love of animals, math, and science.Toward the end of High school, he began shadowing at local clinics
Veterinarian Ukachi Ugorji D.V.M. of Craig Road Animal Hospital in North West Las Vegas identifies the causes and treatment of hairballs in cats.
Hayden learned about our D.V.M. externship program through The AVMA externship website. Attracted by the size and setting of the hospital he decided to apply.
Meet our newest D.V.M. Extern Kimberly. She received her bachelor’s degree from The University of Rhode Island, she is currently pursuing her D.V.M. at Mississippi State University.
Veterinarian Dr. Erica Monaco of Craig Road Animal Hospital in Las Vegas, Nevada, discusses the benefits of acupuncture therapy in cats and dogs.
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