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“Dr. Michele”

as she is fondly known by her clients, graduated from Oregon State College of Veterinary Medicine in 1997.  After working in a couple local clinics in the area she started House Calls for Pets Veterinary Services, LLC in November of 2005.  She then opened Coburg Veterinary Clinic in March of 2007.  Dr. Michele originally from Rochester, New York moved to Oregon in 1980 after living in the Adirondack mountains for five years, she now resides in the Coburg hills. She has two grown children, one grandson and a granddaughter. She has three dogs, two Leonbergers Lady Bear and Zack, Buster a pet store rescue who claims to be a Lhasa Apso (he really looks like a mini sheepdog) and 3 cats. At one time she was an avid gardener and hopes to someday have the time for it again. Meanwhile she limits her green thumb to her house plants. In her spare time she enjoys spending time on her property with her animals and with her family, camping, fishing and hiking.

Monique

Pictured here with her precious cat Pumpkin. Monique also has an energetic yellow lab named Sophie and two cats Milo and Lily. She grew up in Southern California and moved here in 1992. She loves her work; one of her favorite procedures to do is dentistry. She has worked here at Coburg Veterinary Clinic as a Certified Veterinary Technician since May 2007. She has been a Certified Veterinary Technician since 1991. Outside of work Monique is a very busy mother of three Nicole, Matthew, and Michelle. She and her husband own a local business and are residents of Coburg. She also enjoys reading, gardening and traveling when time permits. She knew caring for animals was what she wanted to do since she was eight years old. Monique is an extremely skilled CVT and we are thrilled she is a part of our team.

Megan

Pictured here with her Aussie mix Apollo, other than Apollo she has 1 rescue dogs Piper, 7 cats, 8 box turtles, 2 Gargoyle geckos a Russian tortoise and a Redfoot tortoise .  Megan has been interested in the care of animals since she was a young child. She used to be involved in the 4-H program both showing animals and teaching younger kids the proper handling of rabbits. She now hopes to pass this love and knowledge on to her young son Isaiah.  When not at work or tending to her animals Megan takes joy in drawing and gardening. She particularly enjoys working with shade plants and plants native to Oregon.

Nikki

Nikki has been interested in animals since she was a kid. She currently shares her home with her two dogs Molly (yellow lab) and Brandy (black lab) as well as her two cats Mr Sophie and Bella (pictured to the right). Though quiet in the clinic, this little lady kicks some serious booty dancing with Work Dance Company. When not at work Nikki enjoys spending time with friends and family as well as dancing.

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