Teresa Wind, DVM

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Teresa Wind, DVM
Associate Veterinarian

Dr. Wind was born in Dallas and raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan. As a young girl, Dr. Wind was always the keeper of the pets and her siblings, caring for them came naturally. 'When choosing what to do with my life, I narrowed it down to being a plumber or veterinarian. Both careers seemed exciting to me, but veterinary medicine won because it combined the best of both worlds, problem-solving and biomedical science.'

Upon high school graduation, she immediately enrolled at Baker College of Muskegon. She earned an Associates in Applied Science in Veterinary Technology in 2004 and worked in the field for several years. In 2010, she began her undergraduate studies at Sam Houston State University. Once accepted into vet school, she transferred to Texas A&M, earning her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree in 2017.

Prior to joining Triangle Animal in 2017, for nine years she practiced as a licensed veterinary technician in Michigan and The Woodlands, TX. While in veterinary school, Dr. Wind had the opportunity to work with wildlife, companion animals, and production animals at home and in Central America. She loves veterinary medicine because every day brings new challenges.

Dr. Wind says her favorite thing about being a veterinarian at Triangle Animal Clinic, is the team of doctors and staff, they are all so knowledgeable and helpful. The clients are also great to work with, their loyalties and acceptance have been delightful.

Dr. Wind shares her life with her husband, Ron, two cats, Sandra and Tika, and an axolotl named Chapolin. In her free time, she enjoys reading as well as traveling and scuba diving with her husband.

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