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November Spotlight Veterinarian Dr. Melanie Landry Church

Posted by Jessica Gramlich on November 11, 2015 at 6:00 AM

Our November Spotlight Veterinarian is Dr. Melanie Landry Church.  Dr. Church is a board certified ophthalmologist in Maitland, Florida. She is a 2008 graduate of North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She completed a small animal internship in Atlanta Georgia followed by a Comparative Veterinary Ophthalmology Residency in Phoenix, Arizona. Dr. Church is a lover of all species and divides her time between helping dogs, cats, exotics as well as marine patients.  


Idiopathic Issues: What is your current position?

Dr. Melanie Church: Veterinary Ophthalmologist at Animal Eye Associates with offices in Maitland and Orlando, Florida. I practice all aspects of medical and surgical veterinary ophthalmology. I primarily see dogs, cats, and small exotics but will see any non-human animal. One afternoon a month, I provide complementary eye exams to the marine animals at Sea World.

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October Spotlight Veterinarian Dr. Patti Dressel

Posted by Jessica Gramlich on October 12, 2015 at 6:00 AM

Our October Spotlight Veterinarian is Dr. Patti Dressel.  Dr. Dressel is a 2005 graduate of Colorado State University. She is an extremely popular small animal clinician in New Hampshire.  You might say that she is the quintessential general practitioner.  She will see almost any species, is competent in all aspects of medicine and her clients adore her as she truly possesses the gift of effective client communication.  

Idiopathic Issues: What is your current position? 
Patti Dressel: Associate Veterinarian, small animal practice


II: What does your job entail? 
PD: A mixture of appointment, surgery, dentistry, client communication, and anything else you can think of.


II: What are the best things about your job?
PD: The variety of the patients I will see.  I can be in one room with a rabbit or other small mammal, and I can hear a rooster crowing next door.  I may see some dogs and cats, then a snake or bearded dragon.  The variety is very exciting and interesting, I never know what will come in next.
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Topics: Career, SpotlightVeterinarian

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