Humane Society of Macomb Animal Clinic

11350 22 Mile Rd
Utica, MI 48317


Meet our Licensed Veterinary Technicians (LVT):


Melissa, LVT:

Melissa, our newest technician, graduated from Macomb Community College's Veterinary Technology Program in 2014.  She has worked in the veterinary field since 2007 as both a veterinary assistant and a veterinary receptionist prior to entering the veterinary technology program.  Prior to that, she graduated from MSU with a bachelor's degree in English.  She lives with 2 gerbils named "Chip" & "Dale," and a guinea pig named "Ruby."




 Liz, LVT:

Liz graduated from Macomb Community College in 2005.  She has 2 cats named Mix and Toob.



Kristen, LVT:

Kristen graduated from Macomb Community College in 2007, and has worked here since graduation.  She has 3 cats named Sushi, Gus, and Snape, as well as 2 dogs named Zoe and Jasper. Kristen loves taking horseback riding lessons at Red Tail Acres.



What is a Licensed Veterinary Technician?

To become a Licensed Veterinary Technician, or LVT, you must complete at least 2 years of college classes at an accredited school, in a competitive, science based program.  You must then pass two challenging national and state examinations prior to earning your license.  A veterinary technician's training and duties are similar to a human nurse. Our technicians are valued team members who help educate our clients and provide compassionate care for our patients.  Technicians perform numerous tasks including collection of blood and urine samples, performing lab analysis of urine and fecal specimens, administration and monitoring of anesthesia, perform dental cleanings, and provide nursing care for hospitalized patients.