Does your favorite feline leave you hairballs as gifts? If so, you’re not alone. Although we love cats for being meticulous groomers, it’s safe to say we don’t like finding hairy presents ar ...View Article
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Dr. Barbara Larsen has worked in Northwest Arkansas since graduating from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University in 1987. Dr Larsen has worked at the All Cats Clinic since 2003 and purchased the clinic in March 2012. Prior to the birth of her daughter, Rose, Dr. Larsen was an avid horsewoman and dressage rider. Now she enjoys watching her daughter figure skate at the Jones Center. Dr. Larsen and Rose have two grey cats, Jasmine and Raskyll. Dr. Larsen enjoys working with cats and has an interest in preventative medicine, internal medicine and geriatric medicine.
Maggie started working at the All Cats Clinic as a Kennel Assistant in 2010. She went to Har-Ber High School and was on the swim team. She attended Petra Allied Health in 2009 and graduated with her Veterinary Assistant Certificate. Maggie is also per-suing her degree as a veterinary technician. She enjoys hiking with her dog and cuddling up with her two cats. She is an avid animal lover and loves working with our feline patients. Maggie got married to her husband, Michael, in September 2012, and they had their first child, Connor Lee, on October 14, 2013.
Sydnie is 19 and just recently moved to Fayetteville in 2015. She has three cats of her own they are like her children and their names are Snowball, Luna, and Mac. In Sydine's free time she enjoys beading and making jewelry, painting, and antiquing. Her fiancé and her plan to get married in October of 2016. She's excited to help you and your furbabies soon! :)