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Dr. Hood started his relationship with Greenfield Animal Hospital as a client in 1977, helping to bring in his family pets for their veterinary care. In 1984 he had his first job at Greenfield as a kennel attendant. Cleaning the kennels, feeding and caring for the animals in the hospital is how he got his start. From 1984 to 1986 while completing high school, he continued to work at Greenfield Animal Hospital. With some mentoring by Dr Byron, he went to Michigan State University, knowing veterinary medicine is what he wanted to do. After 3 years of undergraduate work and four years of veterinary school he returned to Greenfield Animal Hospital to work as a veterinarian. Since starting his career in veterinary medicine in 1993, Dr. Hood has come to realize he could not have chosen a better career for himself.
Dr.Hood has been married to his wife Lynn since 1995, also a MSU graduate. His two kitties, Izzy and Dray are quite the characters! He enjoys watching and playing basketball and golf in his spare time. He is very passionate about all MSU sports.You can reach Dr. Hood via e-mail at email@example.com
Dr. Jennifer Jachman is a 1990 graduate of Michigan State University. She has worked for Greenfield Animal Hospital either full or part time since then. Dr. Jachman has two beautiful children and several pets. Dr. Jachman has a special interest in pocket pets and wild animals. She has even done two sabbaticals in Africa working for the preservation of wild African animals.
Dr. Jillian Shencopp began working for Greenfield Animal Hospital as a kennel attendant in 2004. She then worked as a receptionist, where she was able to get to know our clients and pets. After graduating from Michigan State University's College of Veterinary Medicine in 2016, she returned to Greenfield as a licensed veterinarian. She enjoys spending time with her husband, two dogs, Loki and Primrose, as well as her two cats, Pancake and Frankie. She has special interests in surgery, anesthesia, and animal behavior.
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