Bradford J. Theodoroff, DVM
Dr. Theodoroff is the Practice Director. He is a 1980 graduate of the College of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University.
Dr. Theodoroff is currently one of only 24 members of the Novartis Leadership Council and has been a consultant and speaker for other companies in the animal health indrustry. Dr. Theodoroff, through the Novartis Leadership Council, hopes to expand the industry's knowledge of zoonotic intestinal diseases and looks forward to educating his colleagues, clients and public about this critical issue and the important role veterinarians play in disease education and prevention.
Karen Saxton, DVM
Dr. Saxton joined Animal Medical Center of Troy in March of 1989. She is a 1979 graduate of the College of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University. She also has a B.S. in biology that she recieved from MSU in 1976. Dr. Saxton is a mother of 3 who enjoys gardening, scuba diving, and is a science fiction buff. She currently has 3 cats.
Stephanie Tallis, DVM
Dr. Tallis was born and raised in Eastern Canada. She graduated with her DVM degree from University of Prince Edward's Island in 2006. After graduating, she moved to Michigan with her husband to begin their family.
While she enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine, her special areas of interest include; the management of skin disease, pain management, behavioral issues and internal medicine.
Licensed Veterinary Technicians
Kris joined Animal Medical Center of Troy in October 2002. She is a 2000 graduate from the Veterinary Technician program from Wayne County Community College. She has been a Licensed Veterinary Technician since August 2000. She currently lives with 1 dog,1 cat, and 1 husband.
Becky H. joined Animal Medical Center in November 2012. She graduated from the Veterinary Techncian program at Macomb Community College in 1997. She became a Licensed Veterinary Techncian in 1997. She lives at home with 3 sons and her dog Stanley.
Marg joined the Animal Medical Center in July of 2013. Marg is a 2007 graduate of Wayne County Community College's Veterinary Technology Program. She is a state and federally permitted Wildlife Rehabilitator, a certified international Wildlife Rehabilitator, certified ornithologist and ASVDT Certified Dental Technician. Marg has a strong interest in animal welfare, biology, birds and wildlife. Marg spends her free time birding, reading and drawing, and is the owner and director of Wild Wings Bird Rehab 501c3. Marg shares her life with her husband, 2 whippets, a cockatoo, 2 green-cheek conures, a cockatiel and a pigeon.
Sylvia and Dr. Theodoroff have 3 children and 2 French Bulldogs named Ricky and Gracie Stella.