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Dr. Faber graduated from Michigan State University in 1976, and has owned Plainfield Pet Hospital since 1980. Dr. Faber enjoys getting to know each individual owner and pet, and helps to put together a wellness plan that will allow your pet to live a long, happy, and healthy life with you.
Even with over three decades of veterinary experience, Dr. Faber strives to give your pet the most up-to-date care, by attending continuing education classes, meetings, and webinars. He also believes in modern equipment. He has just installed a digital dental xray and digital xray machine for fast, clear, diagnostic images.
In Dr. Faber's spare time, he enjoys golfing, skiiing, biking, and spending time with his family.
Hello, my name is Jenny and I like to call myself a "lifer", here at Plainfield Pet Hospital. I have been with the clinic since 1992! My husband, Jeff, and I have 3 children: twin boys, named Luke and Tucker, and a daughter, named Allie.
We have 1 dog, which we rescued, named Jake. I have always been around or worked around animals, from a very young age. I look forward to meeting you and your pets!
Anne is our Client Service Specialist here at PPH. She has been here since 2010. When Anne isn't at work, she enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and watching MSU football. Anne graduated from Michigan State University in 2005.
I have been a Vet Tech since I graduated from Michigan State's Veterinary Technician Program in 1975. Some of my experieces involved managing an all feline shelter in Chicago for 13 years and working at an all feline verterinary practice for 5 years. With all my feline experience, I guess it was inevitable that I became known as the "Cat Lady". I have been at Plainfield Pet Hospital since 2001. After working with cats for about 18 years, it took me a while to get used to working with dogs again, but now I enjoy dogs as much as cats. I have a strong interest in animal behavior. I started out with feline behavior and now I'm learning all I can about dog behavior too. I feel it is important for pet owners to know that the leading cause of death for dogs and cats in this country is euthanasia, as a result of an unresolved behavior problems. Many of these problems could have been avoided in the first place, if pet owners were more knowledgeable about basic canine and feline behavior. In my "spare" time I enjoy reading and photography. I do pet sitting and I have a craft business called "Lillipets". I also co-write a cat behavior column for a local publication called Cats and Dogs. Along with my 5 cats and 2 dogs (this is an unavoidable occupational hazard) I have anywhere from 2-6 young adults living with me, depending on how many friends my kids have ensconced in the basement. I have twins, a boy and a girl, age 21. My goal is to make your pet's visit with us as stress free as possible. Keeping our patients as relaxed as possible makes them less resistant to coming here and ultimately makes our job easier. "Happy pets plus happy clients = happy staff"!
MacKenzie has been a great addition to our practice! She has worked in the Veterinary field since 2015. She loves anything dog-related and has a passion for helping deaf dogs. Her other areas of interest include nutrition, surgery, and puppy care. MacKenzie can't wait to be a part of your puppies journey, watching them grow into adulthood! In her spare time, she enjoys floating down rivers, camping, archery, and decorating for the holidays. She is also working to help end breed-specific legislation in Michigan and has a soft spot in her heart for Pitt-bull-type dogs and rescue pets. MacKenzie is a Licensed Veterinary Technician and graduated from Baker College.
Plainfield Pet Hospital
4609 Plainfield NE Grand Rapids, MI 49525
Phone: 616-361-7509 Fax: 616-361-6113 Email Us