Many of the same health problems that affect us, including hearing loss, also affect our pets. Fortunately, most pets adapt very well to the disability with a little help from their owners.View Article
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Jennifer Baillie is a native New Yorker that grew up on the south shore of Long Island. She completed her undergraduate degree at Stony Brook University and pursued her dream career studying on the sandy shores of Saint Kitts and Nevis, at the accredited Ross University. During her stay on “de Island” she was an active member of their feral cat TNR program, and helped care for the exotic animals at the town’s local Zoo. She even spent time in Central America to provide free veterinary care and sterilization to much needed families.
She completed her clinical year at Louisiana State University, and acquired quite the palate for southern cooking. During one her elective externships she met Dr. Levitan, owner of the wonderful Peace Love Pets veterinary practice, and fell in love with the compassion and quality of medicine practiced there. After graduation, she joined their team for a brief stent before heading into New York City for a year internship at the prestigious BluePearl Veterinary Partners Emergency and Specialty center. There she immersed herself in emergency medicine and worked alongside multiple veterinary specialists to sharpen her technical skills and learn cutting edge treatment options. Upon completion she was honored to be offered a full time position with Dr. Levitan and her team, continuing her mentorship with great and knowledgeable colleagues.
On her off time, Jennifer is an enthusiastic baker and cook, often times using it as a stress reducer. She also is a member of Helping PAW, where you will find her spaying and neutering feral cats at the town of North Hempstead shelter.