The Midland Animal Clinic team of skilled veterinarians welcomes you to our practice. Proudly serving the Midland and areas. At Midland Animal Clinic, it is our daily privilege to provide quality vet care to your cherished pet, with compassion and competence. We hope to ensure a positive impact on our patients, pet owners and the local community.
Constance (Connie) Moll, DVM
Dr. Moll was born and raised in Northern Michigan. She graduated from Michigan State Veterinary College in 1974 and became a partner in Midland Animal Clinic in 1980. Dr. Moll has been active in many professional and community organizations including the board of directors for the Midland Chamber of Commerce, the State of Michigan Veterinary Board, and Michigan Veterinary Medical Association. She has also served on a number of committees including AAHA, Rotary, United Way and others. Dr. Moll is licensed in both Michigan and Arizona, and currently spends winters in Phoenix.
Her pet family includes three horses, and two chocolate Labs (Muddy Paw and Judee). They all commute with her between Michigan and Arizona. After over 40 years, Dr. Moll still feels veterinary medicine is a great career.
Susan (Sue) Johnson-Wendt, DVM, CVA
After graduating from Michigan State University's College Of Veterinary Medicine in 1985, Dr. Johnson-Wendt opened her own mixed animal clinic in the thumb area. She joined Midland Animal Clinic in 1995 to be in her hometown while she raises her daughter and son. Dr. Johnson-Wendt is a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist after graduating from the Chi Institute in 2005. She not only devotes a large portion of her life to her children and their activities, the welfare of pets through veterinary medicine, but also tries to find time to garden and take care of her own pet family.
Dr Elisha Richards, DVM
Dr. Richards is originally from the Mount Pleasant area. She received her DVM degree from Michigan State University in 2014. Her special interests include soft tissue surgery and ophthalmology. She has her hands full with a miniature pinscher named Kizzy. In her free time, Dr. Richards enjoys hiking, boating, reading and bird watching.
Karen Mikols, DVM
Dr. Karen Mikols received her Bachelors Degree at the University of Illinois. She attended Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in St. Kitts and performed her clinical year at Texas A&M University. After practicing outside her hometown of Chicago for two years, Dr. Mikols worked in Granbury, Texas for four years. In June 2012, Dr. Mikols moved to Midland, Michigan to be closer to her family. Dr. Mikols is married to her husband, Charles, and has a daughter, Karleigh. Her pet family includes two French Bulldogs named Pork Chop and Taters, a Lesser Sulfur Crested Cockatoo named Louie, and a Senegal Parrot named Squirt. In her free time, Dr. Mikols enjoys sewing, scrapbooking, getting outdoors on her family land and spending time with her family. Her special interests in veterinary medicine include soft tissue surgery.
Katherine Manley, DVM
Growing up in Saginaw, MI, as a young girl, Dr. Manley took care of injured animals with the help of her dad, Dr. Mike Slavin, also of Saginaw. This inspired her to become a veterinarian, and she graduated from the Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2003. She moved to Orlando, FL with her husband Eric, where she practiced for 11 years. Missing family and friends, she, Eric, and their daughter Ellie, made the big move back to Midland, MI in June of 2014. She is excited about veterinary dentistry, as well as exotic animal medicine, and internal medicine. She shares her home with two dogs, Ollie and Toby, and 1 cat, Edie. Her interests outside of work are many, including kayaking, stand up paddle poarding, cake decorating, scrapbooking and pottery.
Dr Megan Tomich, DVM Urgent Care
Dr. Megan Tomich joined Midland Animal Clinic in the winter of 2011 as one of our Urgent Care veterinarians. She has remained on the Urgent Care staff and has also become one of our ‘day-clinic’ veterinarians. Dr. Tomich keeps very busy as the wife of Pete and a mother of four children ranging in age from 14 years to 2 years, a cat named Lilly, working with us and being active in the community. She is a 2004 graduate of Ohio State School of Veterinary Medicine and moved to Midland in 2007.
Dr Alana Wenban, DVM Urgent Care
Dr. Alana (Lani) Wenban graduated in 1989 from Michigan State College of Veterinary Medicine. She practiced full time at Midland Animal Clinic before joining Animal Health Associates in Mt. Pleasant in 2000. She and her husband Tim have one daughter, Ally. Dr. Wenban has four dogs; Joey and Zeva miniature dachshunds, Jager, a Jack Russell terrier, and Duffy a champion Irish setter. In her spare time Dr. Wenban likes to read and enjoys playing softball.
Dr. Kristin Smith, DVM Urgent Care
Dr. Kristin Smith grew up in the Saginaw Valley area and graduated from Michigan State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2003. Since graduation she has lived in the tri-city area and has worked full time, part-time and/or doing relief work including Midland Animal Clinic’s Weekend Urgent Care. She and husband Ed have been married 11 years and have four children. They range in age from 8 years to 6 months and keep Kristin and Ed busy with lots of their activities. They also have a pet family of Manny the dog, Ninjo the guinea pig and a beta fish. When not practicing medicine or taking care of family needs, Dr. Smith enjoys playing softball and volleyball.
Dr. Terri Lagos, DVM Urgent Care
Dr. Terri Lagos graduated form Michigan State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and has practiced in exclusively feline hospitals and mixed small animal hospitals. She owned her own veterinary hospital for 14 years. She is now an associate veterinarian enabling her to focus entirely on pet care. Dr. Lagos has a special interest in preventative medicine, and teaching pet ‘parents’ how to give their pets the healthiest, longest life possible. In addition to cats and dogs, Dr. Lagos also treats furry pocket pets, such as rabbits, guinea pigs, and sugar gliders. She is a member of both the American and Michigan Veterinary Medical Associations, and the American Association of Feline Practitioners. Dr. Lagos is married to Tom, and they enjoy golfing, cheering on the MSU Spartans, and spending quality family time with their 4 cats and 6 sugar gliders.