East Bay Animal Hospital Staff
DVM & Practice Owner
Kevin Reabe graduated with honors from Michigan State University in 1976 with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. After practicing outside Flint in a mixed animal practice for a year he opened his own practice Veterinary House Call Services that has been serving the Genesee County Area for 34 years. Dr. Reabe moved to Traverse City in 2004 and opened East Bay Animal Hospital. Realizing the tremendous need for an emergency clinic and 24-hour care facility in Northern Michigan, he also opened Bay Area Pet Hospital with the goal of providing the best in these much-needed services.
Dr. Reabe has been active in helping rescue groups by offering significant discounts and free services to help support these organizations. They include AC Paws, H.A.N.D.D.S, Un-cats, H.O.P.E., The Cherryland Humane Society, and in the past, Petsafe. He admires their efforts in the large number of pets they are able to help and place.
Veterinary medicine has been an intricate part of Dana Navidonski’s life. She graduated with her doctorate from Michigan State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 1998. For the first part of her career, she practiced large animal medicine, working primarily with beef cattle. Although she greatly enjoyed working with horses and cattle, her passion was small animal medicine. Specifically, she takes pleasure in educating clients on animal health, behavioral concerns and training. Also, she has a passion for soft tissue surgical cases.
When she is not working, Dana enjoys spending time with her beautiful family. The crew consists of Christian, who is a realtor in the Grand Traverse area, and Isaac and Alexander her adorable sons.
Her four-legged children include “Lucy” – a squishy, brindle Pitbull, “Hannah” – a loveable, black and white Border Collie.
Licensed Veterinary Technician & Clinic Manager
Norma joined East Bay Animal Hospital in February 2007 as a Technician Assistant. Upon graduating from Baker College with her degree in Applied Science in June 2009 she was promoted to a Licensed Veterinary Technician.
East Bay Animal Hospital found Norma to be a highly skilled part of the team and in their best interest to promote her to be the Clinic Manager.
Norma enjoys spending her off-time at her family cabin in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. She enjoys taking walks with her German Shorthaired Pointers Izzy, Myrtle, Sully, Daisy Mae, and Ollie. When she is not spending time out doors you will find her reading and relaxing with her two black cats George and Jethro.
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