Established formally in 2019, Michigan Animal Dental Specialists was formed as a natural progression of Dr. Molly's passion and expertise in the field of veterinary dentistry. Whether it is a routine annual cleaning or a more advanced dental procedure we are well equipped to handle all of your pet's dental needs.
Referring veterinarians, access our dental referral form here.
New clients, please visit the new client page here to learn more about what to expect from your visit.
Dr. Molly Angel, DVM, DAVDC, FAVD established the Michigan Animal Dental Specialists practice in 2019. Dr. Molly grew up in Rochester, as a true hometown veterinarian, and developed the skillset and knowledge to earn the highest level in her chosen profession as a Board Certified Veterinary Dentist TM (of which there are fewer than 200 individuals worldwide with similar credentials). Utah State University and Michigan State University's College of Veterinary Medicine provided Dr. Molly with an outstanding educational foundation. She then completed the arduous task of her dental specialty residency while establishing and growing the Goodison Veterinary Center into a thriving veterinary general practice. In her spare time, Dr. Molly labors on her farm raising Hampshire Sheep and Boer goats, and is an avid cyclist and distance runner. Dr. Molly's dedication and passion for the field of veterinary dentistry have tremendously enhanced the quality of life for all of the patients.
Dr. Katherine Venet is a 2011 graduate of the Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Immediately following graduation, Dr. Venet spent two years working at local emergency veterinary clinics before she transitioned to general practice in 2013. Her passions include companion animal medicine and surgery, with a new found passion and love for the field of veterinary dentistry. When not at the clinic, Dr. Venet enjoys spending time with her husband and daughters and their three dogs (Popeye, Olive, and Ava). She also enjoys reading, going for bike rides, and watching the Detroit Red Wings.
Justine started her career in Denver, Colorado volunteering with veterinary groups on Indian reservations bringing free services to families and their pets. She graduated and has been a licensed veterinary technician since 2012. Justine is enjoying country life living in Metamora with her family which consists of her husband, John, their sons, Luke and Camden, and two four-legged boys named Duke and Bubba. She loves the veterinary field and has a special interest in behavior with low stress handling. Justine also loves seeking out continuing education to learn the latest and greatest things going on in the field. She looks forward to making your pet’s visit as comfortable as possible.
Katherine is originally from England. She moved to Rochester in 2001 and graduated from Oakland University in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science degree in biology. In 2018, Katherine subsequently graduated from the Veterinary Technician Program at Macomb Community College and passed her national board exam to become a licensed veterinary technician. She was on the Oakland University women's swimming and diving team for all four years of her undergraduate studies and has always had a love of animals and passion to work in the field of veterinary medicine.
Amanda graduated from Michigan State University in 2011 with a degree in animal science and again in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science degree in veterinary technology. She has three dogs: an English Lab named Maverick, an Australian Shepherd named Atlas, and a Border Collie named Piper. In her spare time, she competes in agility with her Border Collie. Amanda has been interested in canine behavior and training since she was young. She carries that into her career as an LVT. She loves educating clients on their dog or puppy’s behavior and enjoys strengthening the human-animal bond!
Kristy's passion for animals began at a very young age. She has now worked in the animal field for several years and plans to do so for many more. She has two fur kids who keep her quite busy: Lola and Paisley. In addition to spending time with her pets, Kristy enjoys concerts, traveling, horse riding, and trying new restaurants.
Vicki joined the GVC team in March 2010 as a veterinary assistant. She enjoys working and caring for all types of animals and loves learning new things about veterinary medicine. Vicki lives with her two dogs (Kaila and Karma) and two cats (Lucy and Ethel). She enjoys spending all of her free time riding her horse, Havana, and spending time with her family and friends.
Luke joined the GVC team in 2019 as a veterinary assistant. He graduated from Oakland University in 2020 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. Luke has resided in Rochester Hills for much of his life and shares his life with two shelties, Riva and Wendy. He loves to hike, play disc golf, watch movies (with the 1999 classic The Mummy being his favorite), and roots for all things MSU. Go Green!
Dakota is currently enrolled at Macomb Community College earning her pre-requisites the Veterinary Technology Program, with an interest in Anesthesiology. Growing up, she was fortunate to have a Pomeranian named Teddy, who stole her heart. She now shares her life with her English Mastiff, Kida, and her cat, MeMe. She typically spends her free time snuggling with her fur babies and watching movies, studying, hammocking, reading, and spending time outdoors with friends and family.
Sarah has always had a love of all animals from a very young age and has been in the veterinary field for over 15 years. Sarah and her husband Matt enjoy their three cats, (Alice, Norman and Andy) and their three dogs (Henry, Freya and Phoenix). She has a soft spot for special needs animals including her own dog, Phoenix, who was born deaf and blind. When she's not out golfing or traveling with her husband, she enjoys tending to her greenhouse of plants, baking and reading every chance she gets.
Freda is from the East Coast of Scotland and has always been surrounded by animals. She previously worked in finance management and administration and spent much of her spare time as a founding member of a pet rescue group, where she grew to love her volunteer work more than her career. She came to the USA in 2001 and started a new career in the veterinary field. Freda graduated from the WCCCD Veterinary Technician Program and passed board exams in 2011. She went on to work as an oncology technician and has a very special place in her heart for senior animals. Freda lives with her husband, Kim, and their three elderly Maltese named Victoria and Whysper. Her most favorite place to be is sitting on a beach by the water which reminds her of home.
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