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Genna Mize, DVM, Associate Veterinarian
Dr. Genna Mize grew up primarily in south Texas, amongst a menagerie of animals including horses, cattle, birds, dogs, cats, and mini goats. She spent much of her youth riding and training hunter/jumpers before moving to Austin to earn a degree in molecular biology at the University of Texas. This, paired with a sense of adventure, inspired her to pursue a DVM degree on the west coast at Western University College of Veterinary Medicine in Pomona, California, where she graduated in 2010.
Dr. Mize spent the following years practicing small animal medicine in San Diego and Monterey. Thereafter she had the privilege of living in the Provence region of France and traveling most of western Europe, including a very successful mission trip to Albania to help with pet overpopulation problems there. She gained additional experience with a wide range of animals in film through her time as a Veterinary Animal Safety Representative for the American Humane Association’s “No Animals Were Harmed” program.
Dr. Mize’s special interests include internal medicine, nutrition, and public health. When not practicing medicine, she enjoys travel, the outdoors-- especially skiing and scuba diving; yoga, learning about food and wine, and spending time with her family and friends.
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