Ryan is Dr. Noel's husband and partner in business and life. He is a Central Michigan Graduate with a degree in recreation and coaching. When he isn't working at Ypsilanti Recreation, or taking their two boys to soccer games, he can be seen around the clinic doing various jobs that are invaluable. Whether he's answering the phone, carrying food out to a client's car, putting up Christmas lights, or fixing computer issues, he's always available to help in anyway he can.
Danielle is a 2011 Stautzenberger College graduate with a degree in Veterinary Technology. She has previous experience in small animal routine and emergency care. She is an advocate of preventative medicine and client education. Danielle is the owner of two crazy pups (Piper & Jackson) and one talkative, food driven feline (Oliver). During her time off she enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband, Chad and their friends and family. She is very excited to be a part of Dr. Noel's staff and to help fellow pet owners take the very best care of their furry friends!
Amy has been working as a veterinary technician for the past 4 years and began working at South Arbor Animal Hospital in November of 2016. She is currently attending Penn Foster to become a licensed veterinary technician. She is the owner of a beautiful black shepherd named Bear and an illusive calico named Cali. Amy enjoys many activities outside of work including kickboxing, fishing, and crafts. She is excited to be a part of the South Arbor team and is looking forward to what the future holds.
Kayla joined our team in August of 2014. Kayla graduated in 2012 from Mid Michigan Community College. She and her husband enjoy spending time with their rambunctious herd of pets, an Australian shepherd, Diego, and two cats, Leonard and Penny. She enjoys knowing all of our clients and the sweet creatures they bring in to see us. She is always here to greet you with a smile.
Libbie joined our team January 2018. She is new to the veterinary field, but enjoys animals and has two lovely cockatiels at home. She is a friendly face that keeps our hospital running smoothly!