2018-05-13 / News

Animal Health Care of Chesaning

726 East Broad Street, Chesaning • (989) 845-6492 www.animalhealthcareofchesaning.com


Pictured are, standing from left to right: Dr. Tim Weisenberger, Amanda Particka, Dr. Abbi Schleusener, Dr. Russ Ritchie, Dr. Cindy Kruske- Jordan, Teri Symons and Amanda Brown. Seated from left tor right: Courtney Struck, Brevin Amman, Kari Harris Missing from photo: Trevor Copes, Karrington Klasek and Hannah Robinson. Pictured are, standing from left to right: Dr. Tim Weisenberger, Amanda Particka, Dr. Abbi Schleusener, Dr. Russ Ritchie, Dr. Cindy Kruske- Jordan, Teri Symons and Amanda Brown. Seated from left tor right: Courtney Struck, Brevin Amman, Kari Harris Missing from photo: Trevor Copes, Karrington Klasek and Hannah Robinson. Animal Health Care of Chesaning has been caring for area large and small animals since 1997. It is home to four veterinarians, three veterinary technicians, five assistants, and one receptionist.

In addition to veterinarians Dr. Timothy Weisenberger, (1997), Dr. Abbi Schleusener, (2015), Dr. Russell Ritchie, (2017), and Dr. Cindy Kruske-Jordan, (2018), the Animal Health Care staff includes licensed veterinary technicians Teri Symons, (1997), Courtney Struck, (2013), and Amanda Brown, (2016); as well as veterinary assistants Kari Harris, (2002), Trevor Copes, (2015), Karrington Klasek, (2017), Hannah Robinson, (2017), Brevin Amman, (2017), and receptionist Amanda Particka, (2000).

The newest staff additions are Dr. Cindy Kruske-Jordan, Karrington Klasek, Hannah Robinson, and Brevin Amman.

Dr. Kruske-Jordan joined the staff this spring. She has practiced small animal medicine for over 19 years, over 17 of those years in Montrose. She grew up in Chesaning and is looking forward to moving back home. When she’s not caring for area residents’ cats and dogs, she enjoys spending time with her husband and family (including her two dogs and two cats).

Dr. Kruske-Jordan also enjoys any arts-and-crafts, biking, boating, and attending classic car shows with her husband.

Klasek is a graduate of Central Michigan University who is planning to attend veterinary technician school at Michigan State University beginning this fall. She enjoys hunting, wakeboarding, and boating.

Robinson graduated from Baker College with a degree in agriculture technology and has a menagerie of animals at home.

Amman graduated from St. Charles High School and is currently attending Saginaw Valley State University. He enjoys biking and spending time with family and friends.

Providing clients’ pets with excellent medical care is the top priority at Animal Health Care. The clinic is equipped with the latest in-house blood monitoring equipment, a digital x-ray machine, and up-to-date dental cleaning equipment.

In addition to its clinic setting that serves small animals, Animal Health Care also provides routine and emergency care for farm animals.

Two trucks outfitted with mobile units allow the business to travel to in order to take care of patients when the need arises.

For more information about Animal Health Care, visit www.animalhealthcareofchesaning.com, find it on Facebook, or call (989) 845-6492.

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