The professional veterinary team at Animal Medical Center is excited to introduce their newest member, Dr. Caitlyn Redding. Caitlyn grew up in Pembroke Pines, Florida playing softball on a travel team and taking in the beaches and everglades. She graduated from Pembroke Pines Charter High School as the Vice President of her class before attending the University of Florida as a member of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science and Animal Biology in 2011 before earning a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine (DVM) from Kansas State University in May 2015.
“I am excited to get my feet wet, putting all those years of schooling into practice. AMC provides a great client base and several other knowledgeable doctors to learn from,” Redding says. “I have a special interest in small animal medicine, and I look forward to meeting all of our clients and their pets.”
Redding resides in Great Bend, and spends lots of time with her two dogs, Hoss and Sage. Caitlyn’s fiancé is currently finishing a PhD in Nebraska.
Animal Medical Center is located at 622 McKinley Street in Great Bend, and offers full-service small and large animal care including vaccinations, spay and neuter surgeries, acupuncture, animal chiropractic, ultrasound diagnostics, cold laser therapy, surgical laser, digital x-ray, endoscopy, newly developed regenerative medicine, all aspects of bovine and equine medicine, surgery, consultation, and much more. The clinic offers retail products for pet care and nutrition, and boasts a clean open-hospital environment. Regular business hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m. to noon with a 24-hour emergency service. For more information, visit www.myamcvets.com, call 620-792-1265, or like Animal Medical Center on Facebook.