Although it's name may sound harmless, bloat is a life-threatening emergency for dogs. The condition, formally called gastric dilation-volvulus (GDV), can quickly kill dogs if they don't receive p ...View Article
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Dr. Faiz Ahmad, DVM
Celeste Ostlund- Office Manager- Celeste has had a love for pets since childhood. She use to bring anything, and everything she felt needed help or love to her parents when she was old enough to walk and talk. That included companion pets, birds, worms, and even a snake. As she got older she decided animals were her calling, and started working as a Veterinary Technician. Celeste worked as a technician with animals for 7yrs. She is a Mother to 3 children, A Golden Retriever, A Terrier mix, and a Cat named Pickle.
Dakotah Towers- Veterinary Assistant/Kennel Technician
Alexa Yakabouski- Veterinary Assistant
Savannah Grimes- Veterinary Assistant
Kathleen Kaelin- Receptionist- Kathleen's love for pets began back in her childhood. She has had dogs, gerbils, fish, cats, and a bearded dragon all as part of her family. One of Kathleen's first jobs was working in an Animal Hospital while she was I High school. She is a Vegetarian, Pet mom to an 8yr old Siberian cat, and a Foster mom to a 2yr old Domestic long haired cat. Here in Hope Animal Hospital Kathleen is our Lead Receptionist. She is warm, kind, and loving to our furry patients as well as our clients.