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Dr. Caralyn Zalewski

Dr. Caralyn graduated from MSU in 1998. She has practiced in Montana for 8 years and recently moved back to Michigan to be a grandma. In November 2013 she joined our GBVH team. She has a three-legged cat named Cap’n. In her time away from work she loves to travel, read and spend time with family.

Dr. Simon Fick

Dr. Simon Fick was born and raised in northern Illinois to a Navy dad and a Taiwanese mom and is the oldest of their three children. He graduated from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign in 1998. In addition to Michigan, he has also practiced in Illinois and Colorado. He has worked in emergency clinics, wildlife rehabilitation centers, and did graduate studies in veterinary and environmental toxicology. Dr. Fick has also helped teach the Veterinary Technician program at Baker College and has worked as an independent contractor for Pfizer Animal Health for several years. He and his wife, Jessica, have lived in Michigan now for about ten years and currently have two Pembroke Welsh Corgis named Pollux and Kiyomi whose main purposes in life are to eat and shed clumps of fur, a stinky but privileged little guinea pig named Sir William Wallace, and two smug American Quarter Horses, Sam and Pepper. Dr. Fick is an avid reader and also likes to go skiing, biking, fishing and camping and loves movie trivia!

Fun Fact: Dr. Fick has sat in Sheldon’s spot!

Dr. Eric Keilen

Dr. Keilen attended Michigan State University as an undergraduate and went on to graduate from the College of Veterinary Medicine with honors in 2003. His time at MSU helped him become an ardent Spartan fan. After briefly working in the large animal research field, he joined the staff of Grand Blanc Veterinary Hospital to practice companion animal medicine as he thought that helping happy dogs and purring cats would help his career last longer than dodging angry bulls. This has mostly been true even if he does have a few scars that suggest that not all patients are ex cited about going to the veterinarian’s office.
Being born in Arizona and having grown up in northern Michigan, Dr. Keilen has a great love of the outdoors. His many outdoor interests include fly fishing, biking, kayaking, and cross country skiing. Outside of work he spends much of his time chasing after his two young sons and sharing in their many school and sports activities. He is active in the youth education program in his church. Dr. Keilen lives with two rescued cats that allow him to share a home with them (as long as they don’t have to wait too long on meals) and an aquarium of friendly fish.

Dr. Mark Miller

Spartan Fan.