Look at experience. Consider schooling, credentials, and their experience with many different conditions, diseases, and trauma. At our hospital, our team has probably seen more intense cases in a year than other individual veterinarians see in a lifetime. This experience makes a difference when care goes from routine to acute. Pets can’t talk so your veterinarian’s diagnosis is critical to getting the right care in a timely manner.
Dr. Good grew up in Mishawaka, Indiana where he was one of six children. He owned many animals, including three animals, early in his life. As a sophomore in high school, Dr. Good decided to turn his passion of animals into a career and become a veterinarian. He never looked back. Dr. Good attended Purdue … Read More
Dr. Phil Good, born in Marietta, GA, received his Bachelor of Science with highest honors in Chemical Engineering from Georgia Tech in 2006. Phil finally came to his senses, realizing he’d much rather work with animals than in a chemical plant. Dr. Good obtained his doctatorate in veterinary medicine from UGA in 2011. If you … Read More
Dr. Ana Sofia Pearse was born in Toluca, Mexico to a British father and a Mexican mother. After completing her high school education at Greengates, a British International School in Mexico City with students from over forty different nations, she attended Texas Lutheran University where she received her Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biology in … Read More