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Stephanie Fellenstein

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Veterinarian blends career with World War II history
May 1, 2012

Don Allen, DVM, cares for a cadever dog on the hunt for veterans' remains.

Fight to save practice nets business advocacy award
April 1, 2012

Garden Grove, Calif. — When developers threatened to take over the corner where the Garden Grove Dog and Cat Hospital was located, Dr. Les Malo decided to fight back.

TV pilot showcases veterinary diversity
March 1, 2012

Drs. Ronald Lyman and Leilani Alvarez briefly traded their every-day duties for a couple of days in a TV studio.

Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital embraces past, reaches out to future
February 1, 2012

Over the past 57 years, the Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital near Denver has grown from a one-doctor operation to a practice with close to 100 employees, a year-round schedule and cutting-edge technologies.

Vets take the stage in new reality series
January 1, 2012

National Report — There is a new group of reality stars, and they spend most of their time surrounded by cattle, pigs and horses.

Dynamic duo races through endurance rides
December 1, 2011

Napa Valley, Calif. — By the time she was 6 years old, Dr. Linday Graham already had her sights set on being a veterinarian.

Rewards eventually outweigh challenges of a new practice
November 1, 2011

National Report — Veterinarians starting a new pratice in today's economy say they have learned to accept the challenges along with the rewards.

Sky is not the limit for NASA veterinarian
August 1, 2011

As the space shuttle Atlantis blasted out of the Kennedy Space Center in Florida for its final mission in early July, NASA's chief veterinarian Alex Dunlap says it's not the end, but the beginning of a new era.

New York City veterinarian takes on pet overpopulation
July 1, 2011

New York City — A chance encounter between a New York City veterinarian and a wolfhound-mix puppy, hours away from death, was enough to recruit the doctor into a battle to end pet overpopulation.

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