Although you may not see much of Comfort Canine while you're at our clinic, it doesn't mean he isn't hard at work behind the scenes.
Comfort Canine along with his friend Adaptil* work hard to help comfort pups that may be spending the day with us. We know that being in a strange place can be a bit scary, and we want to do everything we can to make your pup's stay as comfortable as possible.
*Adaptil is a synthetic dog pheromone that helps calm dogs and puppies.
Morgan came to join Evans Family Pet Care in 2016 after leaving her previous company. She brings with her the best cat bed testing skills you can find.
When Morgan isn't inspecting beds she enjoys napping in the sun and cuddles.
We released Morgan to Rainbow Bridge on December 27, 2017 after her brave battle with cancer.
Rest in peace Morgan.
Dr. Brenda Evans received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Minnesota in 2002. Dr. Evans has been practicing in the area since 2004, and opened Evans Family Pet Care in December of 2009. Her specific areas of interest include preventative and wellness care for family pets. Dr. Evans lives on a farm near Lynd with her husband Matt (who is also a veterinarian), their children Mallory and Axel, along with Teagun her dog. In her spare time she enjoys reading, crafts, and spending time with her family.
As our senior treat advisor, Jed ensures we have only the finest quality special treats available in clinic for your special family members.
When he's not hard at work in the treat department he enjoys spending time with Dr. Evans and the family on their farm.
Like Comfort Canine, Kuddle Kitten spends most of her time behind the scenes helping with our feline friends.
Kuddle Kitten and her pal Feliway* work hard to make your cat's stay with us as Fear Free as we can.
*Feliway is a synthetic cat pheromone that helps calms cats and can aid in behavior modification.
University of Minnesota
Fear Free Certified
Rochelle grew up in a suburb of Vancouver, BC, Canada and trained as a (human) medical doctor. She became quite ill in 2015 and left her medical practice to focus on her own health. In 2017 she was finally well enough to work a few hours each week and she is starting by dipping her toes into the world of veterinary medicine. She shares her home with her 3 rescued fur babies: Miss Yoda (a pug mix) and the beautiful smokey gray kitties Saskia and Galina.
Ashley lives on a small farm near Slayton, MN with her family, her cat Jaz and her dog Shelby. This fall, she will be attending Ridgewater College in Willmar, MN to get her Vet Tech degree. Previously she attended SDSU in Brookings SD in the pre-pharmacy program. In her free time Ashley enjoys painting and spending time with friends and family.