Dr. Michelle Douglas grew up in Southern California. She graduated Cal Poly Pomona’s Agriculture college with a B.S. in Animal Science. As an undergraduate, she was a ranch hand caring for Angus cattle, an intern at the Humane Society, and a vet assistant at a local small animal clinic. She moved to Arizona and obtained her Doctorate from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Midwestern University. There she was the shelter medicine’s Head Mobile Clinic Coordinator alongside performing research and publishing scientific papers. She was also the Equine and Bovine Centers assistant, class Liaison, and president of the Surgery Club. During her clinic rotations she externed at PAH and loved the team and quality of care given to the clients/patients. She enjoys practicing mixed animal medicine with interests in surgery, imaging, geriatric care, and reproduction.
In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, kayaking, camping, and spending time with her friends. She has a Siberian Husky named Sky that joins her on all of her adventures.
Why did I become a veterinarian?
Since I was child, I always had a special bond with all my animals. I believe there is nothing better than helping animals that can’t help themselves. I am blessed to be able to be my patients best advocate and care for them throughout their life. I enjoy the variety of species I work with, as well as the ability to work in an office and travel to client’s homes. Every day is different, challenging, rewarding, and fulfilling.
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