Anticoagulant rodenticides can come in many forms from liquid, to pellets, to blocks. They are made to be palatable, thus the increase in risk to pets. Unfortunately, signs of sickness begin days ...View Article
Molly joined Bradley Animal Hospital in November of 2006. She is our Animal Care Team Leader as well as an assistant to our doctors and nurses. Molly is very in-tune with all of the patients that stay in the hospital or boarding facility. She is very happy to care for your pets and give you updates throughout their stay!
Matt began volunteering at BAH when he was in elementary school and became an employee when he started high school. He is now taking classes at KU with a goal of becoming an accountant. He is very familiar with all of our patients and is our in-house utility man. One of Matt's hobbies is working on his Camaro.
Cherokee has always lived in a home with animals as part of her family and has wanted to work with animals since she was three years old. Through an opportunity with Independence, Inc. and Heartland Works Cherokee was able to start her dream job at Bradley Animal Hospital when she was eighteen. "I have been given an opportunity to work with animals even though I have been profoundly deaf since toddlerhood." Cherokee has spent most of her life reading body language and feels she communicates well with the patients.
Maggie started working at BAH as a volunteer and became a part-time employee when she started high school. She attends Lawrence High and plays the cello in the orchestra. She will be graduating this May then plans to attend Pittsburg State University in the Fall.
Alysha joined the team in February 2013. She comes to us with pet resort and zoo experience! Alysha recently graduated from Penn State University then came to the Midwest for a zoo internship. We are happy to have her apply her experience at BAH!
Morgan is a KU grad and started working at BAH is September 2013. When not working with our patients she can be found fostering kittens from a local humane society or helping on the set of various productions at the Lied Center.