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Dr. Wilson attended Michigan State University, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Reproductive Physiology, and his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 1984. In 1992 he was certified as a diplomat of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners, with a specialty in dogs and cats, and was re-certified in 2002. Professional affiliations include SEMVMA, Society of Theriogenology, MVA and AAHA. Dr. Wilson is the owner and serves as the Medical Director of four AAHA full-service hospitals—in Washington, Sterling Heights, Dryden and Yale. His interests include canine reproduction (founded Michigan Canine Reproductive Services in 1998), orthopedic surgery, ear, nose and throat surgery, emergency, ferrets and Bulldogs. Dr. Wilson is married with four children, and has lived in the Romeo area since 1990.
In 1999, Kelly began working at Wilson Veterinary Hospital. In 2001, she started attending Lake Superior State University to pursue a career in Athletic Training. During this time she loved working for Dr. Wilson during breaks from school. As she learned more about Athletic Training, she realized that she wanted to use what she learned about physical rehabilitation and injury prevention and apply it to the canine population. In 2005, Kelly became a Certified Athletic Trainer and continued her schooling at the Canine Rehabilitation Institute, a program affiliated with Colorado State University’s Veterinary Program. In 2007, she became a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Assistant and founded North Macomb Canine Rehabilitation and Conditioning, a full-service rehabilitation center at Wilson Veterinary Hospital. Kelly loves her job and couldn’t imagine doing anything else. Kelly currently resides in Romeo, MI with her husband Joe and two sons, Evan and Sean. They also have a pug called Myla and a cat, G.B's. She has lived in Romeo since 1993 after moving from England with her family. In her spare time Kelly enjoys doing activities with her dogs, any outdoor activities, and hanging out with her family.
Starting as a Veterinary Assistant for Wilson Veterinary Hospital in 2002, Emily quickly decided to stay in the veterinary medical field. Emily became a Licensed Veterinary Technician (LVT) in 2006 after attending Macomb Community College’s Veterinary Technician Program. Her interests include working in orthopedic surgery and the post operative care. During this time she became interested in Canine Rehabilitation to help ensure a safe and efficient recovery. As a Sparky Fund Committee member she takes special interest in rehabilitating rescued patients in hopes of improving the chances of finding a loving home. Emily attended the Canine Rehabilitation Institute and became a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Assistant in 2009.
Emily lives in Almont, MI. She has 3 Labradors (Daisy, Angel, and Kimber), a cattle dog mix (Kenzi), and 4 cats (Rogue, Logan, Magneto, and Shorty). Emily loves all outdoor activities, especially snowboarding and bike riding. She also loves hanging out with family and friends.
Dan started working at Wilson Veterinary Hospital in 2009 as a Veterinary assistant. In 2013, Kelly Hatton presented the opportunity to join the North Macomb Canine Rehab team. Dan spends the majority of his time rehabbing dogs on the underwater treadmill, and also assists with the evaluations and land exercise programs for the dogs in the rehab program. He loves his job and the perks that come from seeing dogs make a full and healthy recovery going through the program. Dan currently resides in Clinton Township, and has a shepherd- collie mix named "Toby." Dan is currently enrolled in the Business Management program at Macomb Community College. He loves playing golf and hockey, living a healthy lifestyle, and spending time with his friends and family.