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
Joy Milliren, VMT
Joy Milliren graduated from Central Carolina Community College with an associate's degree in Veterinary Medical Technology in 1976. She has been in veterinary medicine since that time. Joy has been a member of Thomasville Veterinary Hospital since its founding in 1980 and for the past ten years she has worked as hospital manager with Dr. Milliren. She has been an AAHA associate member since 1998 and has attended AAHA Practice Management Leadership Forums since 1990 where she has gained valuable knowledge and experience in hospital and staff management. Prior to joining TVH, Joy worked as technician for two different hospitals in Greensboro. She has a passion for people and their pets and strives to make a difference in their lives through the care she provides. Joy is a proud mother of two young men and wife of Dr. Karl B. Milliren. She is a Christian that enjoys serving the Lord at her church as Sunday School teacher and singer. Joy also enjoys skiing, gardening and flying and earned her pilots license in 2005.
Autumn Daniels, RVT
Autumn Daniels has been employed with Thomasville Veterinary Hospital since August 2000. She has worked in the veterinary field since 1998. Autumn graduated from Trinity High School in 1997. She received an Associate Degree in Applied Science for Veterinary Medical Technology from Central Carolina Community College in 2003. Autumn became a Registered Veterinary Technician in May 2005. She is the proud pet owner of one dog and two cats. Her hobbies include playing with her dog, collecting Basset Hound and dolphin stuff and vacationing at the beach.