"We understand that your pet is part of your family, which is why we strive to provide trustworthy and experienced veterinary care in an honest and nurturing environment. We have chosen welcoming colors while creating a friendly atmosphere to help make your pet's visit as stress-free as possible. We also understand that your time is valuable. This is why careful consideration was involved in developing a floor plan and setting protocols for an efficient veterinary visit. Our healthcare team welcomes you and your pet to our veterinary family."
~Dr. Michelle Bradford
Dr. Michelle Bradford received her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Michigan State University in 2005. Prior to her veterinary education, Dr. Bradford always had a love for animals and an interest in surgery. Throughout her veterinary career, she has continued to seek new challenges. After graduation, she spent three years as a surgical intern at a referral hospital in Grand Rapids, Michigan. There, she received advanced soft tissue and orthopedic surgery training. Upon moving to Howell, Michigan, Dr. Bradford worked in corporate veterinary medicine for almost three years. Part of this time involved working as an emergency and surgical intern with referral hospitals in Southfield and Auburn Hills. Since graduation, she has also had the wonderful opportunity instructing veterinary students, including her distinct teaching experience with the Primary Care Service at her alma mater. Along with Dr. Bradford's desire to help pets through surgery, she also enjoys the long term relationships developed with her patients and clients as a primary care veterinarian. Following seven years in primary care in South Lyon, Michigan, Dr. Bradford decided to act on her own vision for a veterinary hospital for the 21st Century! When Dr. Bradford is not pushing the boundaries of veterinary medicine, she enjoys spending time with her husband, Ryan, and her two sons, William and Hayden. Dr. Bradford's furry family includes her senior dog, Ponch, and her three wonderfully different cats, Cricket, Plankton, and Pita. Her leisure interests include boating, bon fires, fun with friends and family, running, reading, and lifting weights.
Dr. Jessica McKenna joined Four Seasons Veterinary Services in February of 2020. Dr. McKenna obtained her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State University in 2011. Following graduation, she worked as a primary care and emergency veterinarian in Arizona for several years prior to moving to Michigan. She has enjoyed providing preventive and emergency/critical care to her canine and feline patients. In 2013, Dr. McKenna became a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist through Colorado State University's Medical Acupuncture for Veterinarians course. We are excited that she can offer her expertise in acupuncture, and share her knowledge and experience with our clients and patients. Dr. McKenna's professional interests include feline medicine, internal medicine, and animal welfare. She also enjoys running, hiking, being outdoors, and spending time with her family. She is married to a veterinarian and they have two sons, Finnegan and Riley, and one girl, Aurora. Her fur family consists of four rescue animals; including, three cats (Clover, Oscar, and Kaelee) and one dog (Ghost).
Jade Bounnak joined us as a veterinary technician during the Summer of 2020. She recently moved from Maryland to finish her degree and pursue a career in Veterinary Medicine. She has over 5 years experience with small and exotic animals in the private and corporate sectors. When she has free time, she loves to travel to the best waterfall hikes, camp, and volunteer for Church with her small group. She also enjoys cooking, singing, and going to the gym. Beau Dallas is her lovable lab whom she shares with her fiancé, Drew.
Alyssa Bunch joined our team in July 2020 and brings with her over 15 years of veterinary technician experience. She attended Michigan State University and began working at a private small animal hospital after moving back to southeast Michigan. Alyssa now resides in Howell, with her husband, Jared, and four young kids, Peyton, Teagan, Colbie, and Nolan. In her spare time, Alyssa enjoys watching her kids compete in their respective sports; softball, gymnastics, dance/horseback riding, and hockey. She also enjoys reading the latest fiction novel when her kids aren’t keeping her busy as a chauffeur. Alyssa also has two Great Danes, Otis and Flash; as well as, two cats, Rita and Peg.
Becky Campbell is the first friendly face you will see when you come in to Four Seasons Veterinary Services! We are thankful for Becky bringing her many years of veterinary reception experience to our practice. Following graduation from Oakland Community College, Becky received two certificates from Washtenaw Community College in Business Administration. She has a canine rescue with a fun personality named Dani (Daniella). She also has a soft lovable rabbit named Velvet. In Becky's free time, she enjoys traveling, camping, hiking, and relaxing by the campfire with her husband, Jim.
Danielle McLean is one of our experienced veterinary technicians. She has always had a love for animals and science. Danielle graduated from Michigan State University in 2006 receiving degrees in Zoology (concentration in animal behavior and neurobiology) and Forestry and Wildlife Conservation. She has worked as a veterinary technician in corporate and private practice since 2008. Danielle is dedicated to caring for our patients and strives to keep us organized! Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her husband, Ryan, and her beautiful infant daughter, Abigail. Her furry family includes two crazy dogs, Henrik and Bay, and one senior cat, Chloe. For balance in her busy life, she enjoys traveling, knitting, and archery.
Erika Ochoa joined our Four Seasons Family in 2020. She is hard working and focused while assisting our veterinarians and veterinary technicians. She is originally from Venezuela and comes to us from her previous role as a Behavior Technician for children with Autism over the past 2 years. She earned her Associate Degree from Oakland Community College in 2017. Prior to moving to the United States in 2013, Erika enjoyed the animals under the sea near the Island of Bonaire, working as a scuba instructor, dive master, equipment specialist, and boat captain. Erika has a husky named Luna that nearly died of liver failure in the Spring of 2020. Thanks to Dr. Bradford and her incredible staff, Luna is alive and well, and Erika is pursuing her passion of working with animals! In her spare time, Erika loves music, dancing, scuba diving, hiking, and ANYTHING to do with food!!
Megan Podpora is one of our experienced veterinary technicians. Her love for animals extends back to a very young age. Megan received her Veterinary Assistant diploma in 2010 from Penn Foster College, and she is currently attending their Veterinary Techinician program. We lovingly call Megan "the cat whisperer" because of the way our feline patients respond to her. We are thrilled that she is part of our team! Megan's furry family includes four greyhounds (Dave, Honey, Penny, and Blue) and one cat named Dottie. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and volunteering with a local greyhound rescue.
Zack Spodek is one of the friendly voices you will hear when you call! He began working with our Four Seasons Family during the Summer of 2020. When he is not busy at the front desk, he is assisting the veterinarians and veterinary technicians. Zack is finishing his Senior year at Michigan State University studying Fisheries and Wildlife with a concentration in Pre-Veterinary Medicine. He is originally from Wayne, New Jersey, where his parents and brother live. His professional goal is to become a veterinarian working in zoology or the public health sector. Outside of work, he enjoys playing the guitar, listening to music, exercising, and reading. While Zack does not have any pets currently, he has been caring for his grandfather's British Shorthair, Lizzie.
Stacy Vogler earned her License in Veterinary Technology from Michigan State University in 1995. Since that time, she has worked primarily in emergency veterinary medicine, and we are excited that she brings over 20 years experience to our hospital! When she is not working, she spends time with her husband, Tony, and her three children, Zach, Jessica, and Sean. Her furry family includes one dog, Zoey, one cat, Pepper, and a bunny named Browney. Stacy enjoys cooking, gardening, watching movies, and traveling.