Michael King, DVM — Chief of Staff
Dr. Michael King, our Chief of Staff, grew up in San Diego, California and currently resides in Norwich, New York. He received an undergraduate degree and earned a DVM degree from the University of California, Davis. Prior to establishing Pet Street Station Animal Hospital in 2000, Dr. King practiced in Anchorage, Alaska. His special interests include surgery, orthopedics, and exotic pets.
In his spare time, Dr. King enjoys art, wood working, street rods, fishing, and spending time with his family. Over the years he has shared his home with many pets including iguanas, a cat named, Andy, a rescued greyhound named, Taz, an inherited Shitzu named, Nick, and a wire-haired fox terrier with congenital deformity, but the sweetest personality named, Minnie Sugarfoot King. Currently Dr. King has a 16-year-old Jack Russel Terrier named, Gussie Girl and a four-year old adopted Maltese x named, Zoey, aka Popcorn, because she has springs for legs.
Catherine Cruz, DVM
Dr. Catherine Cruz grew up and currently resides in Norwich, New York. She received an undergraduate degree from Cornell University and earned a DVM degree from the University of the Philippines. Prior to the opening of Pet Street Station Animal Hospital in 2000, Dr. Cruz practiced in Pitcher, New York. Her special interests include alternative and holistic medicine.
Outside of the practice, Dr. Cruz enjoys hiking, riding motorcycles, traveling, touring microbreweries, music and spending time with her family. She also has an adopted terrier named, Tiko, a German Short Hair Pointer named, Gabe, a guinea fowl, chickens, and barn kitties.