Fedore Large Animal Veterinary Services was established in June 2011 by Dr. Garry J. Fedore. With a focus on equine care, Dr. Fedore and staff have over 36 years of combined experience in large animal medicine. At our facilities in Cassopolis, MI there is the capacity and technology to offer local and referral surgical procedures as well as other facets of care.
In November 2016, our small animal addition opened for service and our name officially changed to Fedore Veterinary Services. We are now able to provide progressive, full service care to your cats and dogs! Please call today for more information and to make your appointment.
Dr Fedore graduated from Niles High School in 1971, Southwestern Michigan College in 1973, and Michigan State University in 1977. He practiced veterinary medicine in Middlebury, Vermont from 1977 to 1982, then moved back home to work at Bergman Veterinary Medical Center in 1983. In 2011 he created Fedore Large Animal Veterinary Services. He has worked with many large animal species over the years. Recent years most of his time is spent doing equine medicine and surgery.
Marilyn has been working in the veterinary field for over 30 years. She has experience with large and small animals. She enjoys spending her time off work with her beautiful German Shepherd, Ike, and her kitty troublemaker, Yeti. She looks forward to greeting you with a smile the next time you are in!
Tyler grew up in Cassopolis and met Dr. Fedore through his years of being active in 4-H. In high school, Tyler started to shadow Dr. Fedore and started officially working at the clinic in 2014. Tyler assists the doctors with large animal calls, as well as maintaining the barns, equipment, and caring for in-patients. When Tyler is not working, he enjoys spending his time outdoors hunting, fishing, and teaching his Chesapeake Bay Retriever, Colt, to retrieve.
Emily is from the suburbs of Chicago and completed her Associate of Applied Science for Veterinary Technician in 2017 from Fox College in Tinley Park, IL. Emily spent her summers on Dewey Lake and helping at a long time family friend's horse farm. Emily did her externship with Dr. Fedore before being hired in May of 2018. She spends most of her days managing small animal, however, you will see her out on farm calls on Fridays, as well as assisting with pig, sheep, and goat dystocias. When Emily is not working at the clinic, she is coaching two youth competitive cheer squads, riding her Quarter Horse, Belle, or taking her 3 dogs to swim in the lake.