Dr. Knutson’s dental practice has been featured in industry publications such as Veterinary Practice News and Trends magazine. She is a frequent speaker on veterinary dentistry and other topics both nationally as well as locally on KARE-11 and Fox 9 TV, and is an author of the American Animal Hospital Association Dental Care Guidelines for Dogs and Cats. Dr. Knutson receives referrals from all over the Midwest for advanced dental work.
Dr. Knutson has served on the Board of Directors of the American Animal Hospital Association and was elected that group’s president for the 2013-14 term. She has also served as the president of the Society for Veterinary Medical Ethics and Chair of the Pet Nutrition Alliance, an international group dedicated to raising awareness about the importance of proper pet nutrition.
She is the proud mom of several four-legged children.
Informative articles by Dr. Knutson:
In addition to practicing veterinary medicine, Dr. Barghusen is an attorney concentrating on issues that affect pets and their people. His main legal interests include how the law views animals, and how people can provide for the ongoing care of their pets via wills and trusts.
Dr. Barghusen lectures and publishes papers and articles on medical, ethical and legal topics. He is also a participant in the University of Minnesota’s Community Practitioner training program for veterinary students.
He is the proud dad of several poorly behaved cats and dogs and a very cute tree frog.
Some of Dr. Barghusen’s articles:
Prior to pursuing veterinary medicine, Dr. Daley studied psychology at Stanford University. Finding ways to create and maintain the human-animal bond remains a strong interest, along with internal medicine and behavior. He is looking forward to building a relationship with the Pet Crossing family and participating in outreach events with local rescues and shelters.
In his downtime, he maintains the peace between the three cats sharing his home.
Dr. Solgat’s other professional interests include internal medicine, oncology, and pain management. She enjoys sharing her knowledge and teaching the students that come through Pet Crossing, just as she did.
In her off time she can be found spending time with her fire fighter husband Ed, her cats, Madame Marie Purrie, Colonel Cornelius, Henry McCabe, her dog Bella Lynn, reading lots of books and crafting.
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