Dr. Jen Azofeifa, DVM
Dr. Jennifer Azofeifa is a 2006 graduate of Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. She has been practicing in the Dexter and Ann Arbor areas for the last 12 years. She has a special interest in medicine, surgery, and wound care and also enjoys seeing exotic pets.
Dr. Jen lives in Waterloo with her husband, son, daughter, Highland cattle (a Scottish cattle breed), peacock, chicken, cockatoo, cat and Goldendoodle. During free time she enjoys spending time with her family, running, crossfit, and reading.
Dr. Anna Calderon BVM&S MRCVS
Dr. Anna Calderon graduated from the University of Edinburgh in Scotland in 2012, before starting her career in a small animal and exotic specialist practice in Buckinghamshire, England.
Dr. Anna has been working in Michigan in the Dexter area since 2015. She enjoys seeing dogs, cats, and pocket pets and has particular interests in internal medicine and dentistry. She is very keen to discuss your pet’s condition with you and guide you through your available options for diagnosis and treatment.
Dr. Anna shares her home with her wife, Lindsay (also a veterinarian), a tortoise, a Birman cat named Bonnie Prince Charlie, a cheeky kitten, and a scruffy rescue dog called Arthur.
Courtney Lingo, LVT
Courtney is responsible for many things in the hospital - including anesthesia monitoring, medical nursing, lab and equipment maintenance, and keeping us all on track towards our goals!
Courtney's clinical interests include Dentistry and Internal Medicine, and she is a highly-skilled and empathetic tech.
Courtney's personal interests include Wesley, pictured here!
Bailey Burchett, LVT
Bailey is a LVT who graduated from Baker in 2018. She is passionate about dentistry, neonatal care and emergency medicine. Bailey joined us in full-time in 2020, and also works part-time at a nearby emergency clinic.
She lives in Grass Lake with her Dachshund, Betty, her Boston Terrier, Ernest, and a bottle baby cat called Edna.
Bailey enjoys all things traveling and sightseeing in Michigan, as well as long walkies with her dogs. We are so lucky to have her in our team!
Client Care Specialist
Casey graduated from MSU in 2017 with a Bachelors in Animal Science. She has worked in the animal care field for over 5 years.
Casey always enjoys meeting new people with their pets and seeing the human-animal bond in action. "Being a Client Care Specialist, I get to see that every day; it is very rewarding to me and puts a smile on my face daily!". Casey also enjoys multitasking and being organized, which is a huge part of keeping our day running smoothly.
Casey's personal interests involve anything outdoors: fishing, boating, camping, and hockey (Go Red Wings!). She enjoys spending time with family, friends and of course her fur babies Reagan, Louie, Tigger and Pooh.
Client Care Specialist
& Veterinary Assistant
Hannah is currently working with us part-time while studying, helping us out in a variety of roles - you might see her smiling face at our front desk, or she may be helping cuddle a lab for a blood-draw or on surgery clean-up.
Hannah realized her passion for veterinary medicine while working with Dr. Anna and Dr. Jen in Dexter. She is working towards a business degree at the University of Michigan–Dearborn with the intention of pursuing a career in veterinary management.
Hannah currently lives in Canton with her two dogs and two cats. In her free time, she loves to play cards with her family, go on adventures with her dogs, and watch TV with her cats.
Client Care Specialist
Lois is our part-time Client Care Specialist, who you will find at the front desk ready to calm you or put a smile on your face when you're worried about your furry companion.
"Home life is my happy spot! It contains the tail-waggin, fur-flying, hoof-tapping fun that is my life! Some would call it chaos - I call it family.
Working in veterinary medicine was the greatest accident that has ever happened to me! I went in to volunteer at a local shelter and took a job in their clinic.
Helping others with their pets open so many opportunities for me to learn something new every day - about vet medicine, pets and their human loves."
When Lois gets free time that does not include cuddling with the Bigs, pig, The Beau or the Nakeds (Sphinx cats), she loves to cook and bake. Which is fine with us at MiVet!
Lois says, "I don't do stress - I cuddle with my fur and furless kids! To me pets were put on this earth to teach us what true love really is."