Dr. Cathy Theisen graduated from Michigan State University in 1986; at that time she was honored with the MVMA Ideal Veterinarian Award and the Robert B. Ziegler Caring Award. She owned and operated the Oxford Veterinary Hospital until 2005, practicing small animal medicine and surgery in a hospital setting for 23 years. She is currently a member of NVRT 1 and VMAT, both national veterinary first responders teams. She most recently deployed to the Hurricane Katrina disaster in 2005, serving in New Orleans and Belle Chasse, Louisiana. She was deployed to care for the patrol/explosives dogs at the Republican National Convention in NYC in 2004, and the Avian Influenza Task Force in Virginia in 2002. She is a two time volunteer veterinarian for the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race in Alaska, and has served on veterinary spay/neuter missions in Kenya, Mexico, American Samoa, and Nicaragua. She does house calls in the Ann Arbor area Mon through Friday. Saturdays and evening hours are sometimes possible. She enjoys teaching, and is the Medical Director at Baker College of Veterinary Technology in Jackson, Mi.
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