Annette Jones, MAEd, BS, CVT

Annette Jones, MAEd, BS, CVT

Practice Manager

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Annette is a Certified Veterinary Technician that graduated from the Medical Institute of Minnesota’s Veterinary Technology Program in 1993, has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s of Education in Educational Leadership. She has worked as a Technician in private practice, an Administrative Assistant to the Vice President of Academic Affairs at Argosy University, both a Full Time and Adjunct Instructor at Argosy University teaching future Veterinary Technicians, a Hospital Director at two Banfield Hospitals and was the Manager of Clinical Veterinary Anesthesia at the UMN Veterinary Medical Center.

Annette was born and raised on a Dairy Farm in Western Wisconsin and grew up showing registered Quarter Horses.  From a very young age Annette had a passion and love for animals. As a senior in high school, Annette started working for the local Veterinary Clinic and knew after the first day what she wanted to do after graduation.

Annette shares her home with her husband and two children. She enjoys every moment of family time, watching her son play baseball, flower gardening, horseback riding, visiting the family farm, and bonfires in the backyard.

Board of Directors
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Anna P. Davies, DVM, MS, DACVIM

Mike Strecker, DVM

Roger Larson, DVM

Rich Lancello, DVM

John Petran, DVM

Kristin Garlick, BS, CVPM

Kristin Garlick, BS, CVPM

Business Consultant & Financial Manager

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Kristin Graham built her experience through a varied background as a Career Recruiter, Residential Property Manager, Director of Finance in a referral and 24-hour emergency practice, and an AAHA Practice Consultant. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management and is currently pursuing her Master’s of Science in Accountancy. She earned her designation as a CVPM in 2013. She spends her time promoting the veterinary community volunteering for the Minnesota Veterinary Medical Foundation and was named a 2013 Emerging Leader in Veterinary Management from the VHMA.

Besides her wonderful husband, she shares her home with an adoptive four-legged family. The oldest in her brood is a Fish, a Siamese mix, who was hit by a car and surrendered to the emergency clinic. Then there is a bearded dragon, who was found on the side of the highway with a very large gash on her side named Archi. Next is Steeeve!, a deaf Domestic Short Hair tabby, who was a stray with neurologic issues. Jarvis, half pit bull/half bulldog. He was found wandering the streets on the coldest night of the year after suffering from abuse and neglect. The newest is Cricket, another pit bull adopted from Alabama. Needless to say, they all allow Kristin to share her life with them.