Dr. Webster received her DVM from MSU-CVM in 1978. She has worked at Ann Arbor Animal Hospital for 11 years. Her particular areas of interest are emergency medicine, toy breeds, pocket pets, rescue, geriatric care and hospice. She was inspired to become a DVM by her hard working single mother. She says, “I was an only child and my mom was either working or in school, so my pets were my constant companions,” and her mother encouraged and supported her in caring for her pets appropriately.
Dr. Webster owns almost too many animals to count! She has a herd of Chihuahuas (three to be precise), one pug, two dachshunds, several cats, a flock of birds, a pot-bellied pig, a milk snake, and a flying squirrel. She and her husband have two grown daughters.
Dr. Webster enjoys the diversity of personalities and experiences provided by the dedicated professionals here at AAAH. She says that the commitment and sensitivity of the support staff is excellent; the warmth and empathy they provide to frightened and anxious clients and their pets makes a big difference when treating the animals! Dr. Webster would advise pet owners to “Take the time to be observant of your pet’s normal daily activities and behaviors. This will give you important insight into determining whether or not your pet may be ill.”