Dr. Reynolds graduated from Michigan State University in 1992. Her interests have changed over the course of her career. She originally worked in an equine practice, but once that practice was sold she concentrated on companion animals. Dr. Reynolds’ areas of interest include behavior, dermatology, and surgery. She has completed extensive coursework in continuing education including soft-tissue surgery, pocket pet medicine and surgery, ferret medicine, companion animal behavior and internal medicine. She has served as Vice President and President of the Saginaw Valley Veterinary Medical Association. In 2010, she traveled to China to meet with veterinarians, tour their hospitals and zoos, and visit their Panda Breeding Facilities. Dr. Reynolds and her husband, Steve, previously owned Studio 110, a ballroom dance studio that they enjoyed for many years. Together they compete around the country as a pro-am couple in Latin and Ballroom categories. At home she enjoys gardening and spending time with her dog, Tater, her cat, Gary, and her chickens.