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Nina

Payroll Administrator

When you started at Centennial:  May 1977

Your position: Payroll Administrator

Why you work with animals and what you enjoy about working with the vets/animals.

When I first started, we were a mixed practice. For a city girl, I sure learned a lot about farm animals and farmers.

What your interests are outside of work:

Big football fan.  I’ve been a Bomber season ticket holder for over 40 years.  I enjoy herb gardening and reading murder mysteries.

Pet of your own (names, species, breed, age etc.)

Willow, a 15-year-old DSH who graciously allows me to share her home.

A memorable story:

One morning I didn’t realize Willow spit out one of her pills. I found it later, a bright blue tablet, stuck on her snow white chest.

I had very sick pupper on my hands, and even though this isn't my regular veterinarian, it's is the only…

Shelby Richardson

Best Vet in the city! And Free Bag of dog food when i got my puppy shots done! And cost…

Toxic Redneck

On November 30 my family and I had to make one of the hardest decisions a pet owner could have…

Lisa Mcinnes

I had a gecko emergency and when I called in that morning the staff got me in between Dr. Hickling's…

Cali

Been going here with our fur babies for years and have always been very happy with how we were treated.

Vince Loptson

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Safe and Dangerous Food for Pets

With the holiday season just behind us, you may have been wondering what foods are safe to share with your furry friend and which ones to avoid. Here are a few to keep in mind for next season as well as all year round.

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