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#1 dobie sunshine

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Posted 20 May 2022 - 06:51 AM

FYI....This is from Allen Hospital Facebook post. 


Allen Animal Hospital family,
Please join our staff and community in thanking Dr. Wroblewski for 31 incredible years of service to the patients and clients of the Allen Animal Hospital! Her years of compassionate and thorough patient care has left a mark on all of our hearts, and on the hearts of many clients of the Allen Animal Hospital family, and will not be forgotten. Dr. Wroblewski will be moving on to other endeavors after her last day on June 16th. At this time we do not have any additional details about her future plans, but we wish her all the best!
Moving forward, the amazing Dr. Denise Boland (who has worked at the Allen Animal Hospital for 41 years) and Dr. Sharisse Berk (who has worked at Allen Animal Hospital for 3 years) will continue to serve our Allen clients. Both of these wonderful veterinarians are passionate and dedicated to providing phenomenal wellness, supportive, and sick care to each of our one-of-a-kind patients and clients, and we are excited for additional upcoming changes that we believe will improve your pet care and client experience! Thank you for all of your support, understanding, and compassion during this transition.
Please note that starting June 20th, we will be adjusting our clinic hours to 9a-6p Monday through Friday, closed daily from 1-2p for staff lunch. We will also be closed tomorrow, Friday, May 20th.
Our team looks forward to providing care to you and your furry family member(s) for years to come!
Allen Animal Hospital Staff


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Posted 21 May 2022 - 07:03 AM

Thanks Jackae for this news flash.  Dr Boland is a very remarkable vet.  Much luck for Dr Wrob's new adventures.

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