Celebrating over 69 years of providing our very best for you and your pet.
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The staff at Fenton Veterinary Clinic prides themselves on kind, compassionate care that emphasizes educating clients so your pets can experience a long, healthy life. While each staff member is an expert in their own specific duties, in the true spirit of teamwork we are all cross trained and familiar with most facets of the practice. Most of our staff members have worked here for years so the chances that you’ll see a familiar face are excellent. We truly love caring for your pets and we’re sure you’ll see that when you visit us.
More about Dr. Pascuzzo
Dr. Jessica Pascuzzo purchased the clinic from Dr. Paul Tremblay in January 2014. She was raised in the small town of Durand where she spent much of her childhood playing sports and going “up north” to her family’s cabin in Clare.Her love of animals started when she was barely walking.Her parents brought home her first pet when she was a year old – a chubby black Lab named Sergio who became her best friend for 10 years.As she got older, and more pets were added to the family, she found she had a special bond with animals and wanted to spend her life helping them.In fact, she knew as early as second grade that she wanted to become a veterinarian and that dream only grew stronger with time.In high school she found employment at a boarding and training kennel where she cared for dogs and cats as well as observing obedience classes.She then worked at the Genesee County Humane Society for a summer before heading off to college.
In 1998 Dr. Pascuzzo started undergraduate school at Michigan State University and earned her Bachelor of Science degree.During her summer breaks she worked as a veterinary assistant in a general practice in Flint, obtaining valuable experience in the field.She then went on to attend the College of Veterinary Medicine at MSU, earning her doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2005. During her time at the College of Veterinary Medicine she considered specializing in either dermatology or internal medicine, however eventually deciding that general practice was her true calling.In May of 2005 the Fenton Veterinary Clinic was fortunate enough to have her accept her first position as a licensed veterinarian, where she continues to be challenged and rewarded by her career choice.She greatly enjoys the wide variety of cases she sees in general practice, as well as the chance to get to know her patients and their families so well.
Dr. Pascuzzo is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Michigan Veterinary Medical Association and regularly attends conferences and seminars to stay up-to-date on the latest medical advances and protocols.In her spare time Dr. Pascuzzo spends time with her family, which includes her husband, son and one dog called Jax and two cats.
More about Dr. Paul Tremblay, D.V.M.
Growing up on a large dairy farm in Swartz Creek, Dr. Tremblay learned very early in life the responsibility of caring for animals. As a young boy, one of his many chores was to help feed and milk the two hundred cows on the farm. The daily, never ending responsibility of caring for a large herd of dairy cows taught Dr. Tremblay that hard work yielded healthy, productive animals. Yet the demanding work of dairy farming was not all work and no play. Nearly every photograph and home movie shows Dr. Tremblay as a boy carrying around the barn cats or playing with the farm’s border collies and their puppies. Because of his love for animals, his mother suggested veterinary medicine might be a good career choice for him — and Mom was right. Veterinary medicine has been a rewarding, challenging career for Dr. Tremblay that is dedicated to improving the quality of life for pets and their owners.
Dr. Tremblay graduated from Michigan State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1972. He joined the Fenton Veterinary Clinic that same year and purchased the practice in 1982. His enthusiasm for learning at MSU was apparent by his high academic achievement and continues to this day. Dr. Tremblay during his forty year career has attended many continuing education conferences and seminars where he has embraced many new protocols and procedures that have resulted in a higher quality of diagnosis, treatment, and care.
He sold the practice to Dr. Jessica Pascuzzo in 2014. He will continue to work at part time at the clinic for a while.
More about April Bartlett
We welcomed April to the staff twelve years ago A background in customer relations, combined with a deep love of animals, makes her an outstanding team member comfortable in any position. She and her family live in Goodrich and have two Golden Retrievers, Tucker and Gibson, and five chickens. April has recently became a “cat-person” upon the adoption of her beloved cat named Albert. An accomplished photographer and a true “Up North” girl, a perfect day outside work would find her with her family in the Upper Peninsula photographing nature and antique hunting.
More about Crystal Spurgeon
Crystal Spurgeon joined the family at Fenton Veterinary Clinic in January 2016. She came to us with 4 years of previous veterinary experience. Crystal is currently a receptionist, but is cross-trained to assist also. Crystal has a cat named Axel and a dog named Dakota. In her free time, she enjoys attending concerts, fishing, camping and spending time with her boyfriend and their three sons.
More about Julie
Fourteen years ago Julie came to the Fenton Veterinary as a new graduate, and since then has dedicated herself to becoming an invaluable employee in every area of the practice. Her quick wit and sense of humor contribute to the great morale at our clinic. She has a home in Linden where she enjoys spending time with her Springer Spaniels Bentley and Brodie. She also enjoys boating, traveling and cooking.
More about Tiffany
Tiffany Miller joined us at the clinic March 2015. Shortly after that she became a Licensed Veterinarian Technician. She currently resides as our lead technician. Tiffany enjoys camping, hiking, bicycling, exercising and cooking. She also enjoys spending time with her boyfriend, friends and her fur-baby Chloe, a black and tan Coon Hound.
More about Kendra
Five years ago, Kendra joined the staff and has put her education to good use. With a bachelor’s degree in Fisheries and Wildlife from Michigan State university, and an internship at a zoo in Florida, her love and understanding of animals is evident in her work here. Kendra is a football fan and loves watching games with her husband and her twin boys. Her Himalayan cat Ellie watches too!
More about Vicky
Vicky worked at the clinic for eleven years as a receptionist until 2014 when she became the Practice Manager. After earning a bachelors degree in journalism and public relations, she worked in resort management, until deciding to follow her true love of working with animals and their people. Besides being a great receptionist, Vicky also does most of the clinic’s payroll and bookkeeping. She has a soft spot for shelter and rescue pets, owning four, two dogs Rocky and Louie, and two cats Siamon and Jax. Vicky is an excellent cook, loves spending time with her family and friends, travel, and touring the countryside by motorcycle.
More about Martha
Retired Practice Manager — After 20 years at Fenton Veterinary Clinic, Martha is currently enjoying retirement.