New veterinarian joins Caloosa Humane Society

Posted 5/25/21

LABELLE- Caloosa Humane Society (CHS) has  announced a that Dr. Julianne McDonough has joined their team.

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New veterinarian joins Caloosa Humane Society

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LABELLE- Caloosa Humane Society has  announced a that Dr. Julianne McDonough has joined their team. McDonough will begin seeing patients on June 14, 2021 at the CHS veterinary  clinic

“Julie is a Florida native and spent her childhood surrounded by the family dogs, cats, and geckos as well as the various puppies, kittens, raccoons, and birds that were brought home as patients by her mother (also a veterinarian),” the announcement from Caloosa Humane Society stated.

McDonough attended Cornell University for her undergraduate education. She majored in Animal Science and minored in Natural Resources. She also wrote an Honors Thesis in Nutritional Toxicology and Immunology.

“Prior to veterinary school, she worked at an emergency clinic, private practice, exotic specialist clinic, local shelter, and volunteered at two wildlife rehabilitation centers,” the announcement read. “She found her passion in shelter medicine and community outreach while in veterinary school at the University of Pennsylvania. After graduating in 2021 she is moving to LaBelle with her three dogs, Keegan, Daffodil, and Alfie, and one cat, Georgie.”

Caloosa Humane Society will host a meet and greet with Dr. McDonough soon, the date is yet to be determined. Follow Caloosa Humane Society Veterinary Clinic on Facebook for updates and more information: https://www.facebook.com/caloosahumanesocietyvetclinic/

The Caloosa Humane Veterinary Clinic is located at 1050 Commerce Blvd in LaBelle. They can be reached by phone at (863) 675-7387.

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