Finding a veterinarian trained in high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter (HQHVSN) procedures is a bit like winning the lottery. The skill, speed and dedication needed for this specialized form of medicine makes this kind of veterinarian in short supply and high demand.
After a trip to Oregon to tour the clinic and meet our team, Dr. Maynard accepted the position as clinic veterinarian. Asked why he selected our organization, Dr. Maynard commented that starting a spay/neuter clinic from the ground up was appealing — and that he shares our commitment to providing high-quality surgical care for the under-served animals in our community. We couldn’t be happier!
Dr. Mike is already advising us on best practices, supply procurement and a hundred and one other things as we near our opening date. Meanwhile, he is busy back in Colorado, preparing for his move to the Rogue Valley in mid-January.
Dr. Maynard obtained his DVM degree from the University of California, Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, followed by a postgraduate internship focused on high-quality, high-volume surgery and shelter medicine at the Humane Society of Boulder Valley in Boulder, Colorado. He earned his Bachelor of Science in biology at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs where he graduated summa cum laude.
With our medical team in place and clinic remodel completed, our projected opening date is mid-February.
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