Parrish Creek Veterinary Clinic

86 North 70 West
Centerville, UT 84014-1821

(801)298-2014

www.parrishcreekvet.com

Welcome Dr. Antinoff!

Natalie Antinoff, DVM, Diplomate-ABVP Avian specialty

Dr. Natalie Antinoff obtained her DVM from the University of Wisconsin and continued on to do an Internship in small animal medicine and surgery followed by a residency in Avian & Exotic Pet Medicine and Surgery. In 1997, following her ABVP board certification, she established Gulf Coast Avian & Exotics as a part of Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists. This was the first specialty exotics practice operating as part of a referral center in the US! She has authored chapters and articles in a variety of veterinary texts and journals, and she has lectured locally, nationally, and internationally to veterinarians and pet owners. She served as a board editor (consultant) for VIN (Veterinary Education Network), providing interactive information to veterinarians nationwide. She has also served on the board of several veterinary journals and mentored over 25 veterinary interns in exotic pet medicine. In her spare time, Dr. Antinoff enjoys traveling, rollerblading, and bicycling - often combining all of these on the same trip! She lives with a number of wonderful pets including Mojo (a terrier mix), Louie (a miniature dachshund), Kaiya (a great dane), Zephyr & Zuzu (cats), Gracie (an African grey parrot), and Big (a macaw). 



February Pet-of-the-Month: Pig

     

Hi my name is Pig! When I was just a puppy I was found on the side of a freeway inside a cardboard box in Pheonix, Arizona. My mom, Adison, took me in to be my foster mom. Little did she know I would still her heart, and she would love me forever. My sister dog, brother cat, and human dad now live happily ever after. I am not even two years old, and yet I already had to have two leg surgeries! It was rough, but I am on the upside, so I can start be a crazy, annoying puppy and brother again. My favorite things to do are to annoy my sister, meet new people, and eat treats but most of all, run!  Adopt don’t shop, or else you will miss out on cuties like me! Thanks to Parrish Creek Veterinary Clinic I am good to go, and a special thanks to Dr. Folland, for saving my life and legs, and the whole staff for putting up with me!