Meet the friendly staff at Haven Animal Hospital!
Gabrielle has been with us since 2012 and enjoys the variety of responsibilities she has at Haven Animal. She graduated from Baker College with an Associates degree in Applied Science, passed board exams and became a Licensed Veterinary Technician.
You will often find her participating in surgeries, putting pets under anesthesia, taking care of your sick little ones and checking in on your pet through out the day. When she isn't giving your pet the most detailed care, she is spending time with her husband and two dogs. She loves to hike, camp and spend time outdoors, especially by Lake Michigan. If she isn't outdoors, you will find her under the hood, fixing up a car or motorcycle. Ask her about her two dogs, Torque and Monte (pictured above!) - both rescues from the Muskegon Humane Society! Fun facts about Gabe: She can play the piano and is excellent at replicating the noise that crickets make!
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