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Veterinarian & Owner
Dr. Jeannette Molina graduated from Arizona State University with Honors, Magna Cum Laude, with a Bachelor's Degree in Zoology (the Study of Animals). She attended veterinary school at Colorado State University in Fort Collins where she received her DVM in May of 2000. As well as dogs and cats, Dr. Molina devoted her time learning about and working with exotics too, ferrets in particular. She established the blood parameters for ferrets, which the Veterinary Teaching Hospital's laboratory at Colorado State University still uses today. Dr. Molina had her first ferret in 1987, and has loved ferrets ever since. She lives in Chandler with her 3 dogs & 3 cats.

After graduating vet school, Dr. Molina graduated from the acupuncture course, and became certified through the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society. She is also certified in Bach Flowers, and can apply a number of natural remedies to go along with your pet's traditional treatments.

Dr. Molina loves competing in Canine Agility with her 2 dogs, Ringo & Phoebe.  Ringo has attained his ADCH (Agility Dog Championship Title), Phoebe has attained her PDCH (Performance Agility Dog Championship Title).

She also loves doing art, in particular Pet Art!  She & Julie created a Pet Art business, J Creations Pet Art.  Check it out @ www.JCreationsPetArt.com, or at her Etsy shop https://www.etsy.com/shop/JCreationsPetArt?ref=shop_sugg

We love all kinds of pets and we hope to see you soon!!

Julie graduated from Carrington college with her Veterinary Assistant Certificate back in 2014.  She is a Fur-Mom of three boys, 2 cats, "Beanie" and "Deku" and a Border/Lab mix, "Opie".  She loves what she does and will do what she can to help any animal in need.  She plans to further her education in the future, but for now she enjoys making pets feel better.  In her spare time she also loves partipitacing in dog sports like Dog Diving and competing in Dog Agility.  Her Goal is to go to Nationals with her dog Opie!  She also enjoys more relaxing activities like hiking and painting.

Part-Time/Relief Veterinarian

Dr. Riedy is an Arizona native and attended the University of Arizona where she received a Bachelors of Science from the Department of Veterinary Science and Microbiology as well as a minor in Chemistry.  She then attended the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland.  There, she received her BVM&S and became a member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.  She graduated with Distinction and received the James T. Baxter award for veterinary aptitude and academics.  Dr. Riedy has a special interest in Valley Fever and is actively involved in current canine research and publication.  Dr. Riedy also has a special interest in surgery, and she is working on becoming a Board Certified Surgeon.  In her spare time, she enjoys tennis, yoga, horseback riding, hiking and traveling.  She currently has three dogs and three horses.