Providing Quality Vet Care For Over 40 Years
Garden City Veterinary Hospital has provided the highest quality veterinary care in Garden City, MI since 1972. Throughout the years, we have stood by our commitment to provide compassionate, caring veterinary services to companion animals from throughout the area. We are dedicated to helping your pets live a healthy and happy life.
Our goal is to not only provide you with the information and resources you need to care for your pet, but also help you feel like you are a part of our family. We have designed our practice to be warm and welcoming for pets and their owners. We are proud to serve animals in all stages of life. From routine wellness care to diagnostics and surgery, we provide the comprehensive care your pet deserves.
Meet Our Team
Dr. Mary “Molly” Lynch
I have worked for Dr. Jan since 2014. I started my pre-veterinary career in shelter medicine as an assistant in 2002. Feline medicine is my passion. I am a lifelong ailurophile, although I enjoy working with patients of other species as well. As an undergraduate, I studied anthropology at the University of Michigan. I spent 10 years after college working in the nonprofit sector before entering veterinary school at Michigan State. I was the cat nerd in my vet school class.
I currently belong to my beloved clowder of cats: Mr. Tissue Rose, a new adoptee (age 9); Tatiana (a sassy 8-year-old calico with an attitude); Bleu (10 years old and a retired blood donor, adopted after donations helped my longtime feline companion, Tashi, at the end of her life); Delilah (7-year-old retired genetics research Maine coon mix with spinal muscular atrophy, a terminal inherited disease); and Rosie Ruth (a shy Garden City Veterinary Hospital foster alumna, age 3, who chose me when I wasn’t looking for another cat). Due to my busy work schedule, my dad and I share custody of my two blind Cardigan corgi girls, Peas (age 7) and Tortellini (age 4).
My hobbies include swimming, woodland walks, music, and cat-focused veterinary continuing education.
Dr. Eunice Low D.V.M
Dr. Low graduated in 2012 from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University. She grew up in Southern California and completed her undergraduate studies at Cornell University. Her passion for working with all animals led her to her career in veterinary medicine. She has special interests in surgery, ophthalmology, dentistry, and behavior. Outside of our practice, one of her passions is volunteering in third world countries such as Honduras and Mongolia to help people and animals in need. She loves spending time with her husband and daughters, as well as spending time outside and playing sports. She has three dogs, Maui, Peanut, and Rue, and a tortoise, Wallie.
Terri – Veterinary Receptionist
Terri has worked in pharmacies and veterinary medicine for over 12 years. She loves working with people and their pets. She has three rescued feline babies: Junior, Leo, and Hershey. Outside of the office, she enjoys spending time with her family and going to church.
Nicole – Veterinary Technician
Nicole has worked as a veterinary technician for over 15 years. She knew she wanted to work with animals since she was a little girl. She loves working with all kinds of animals and coming into work each day. There is always something new to experience and learn! Nicole is married with two sons and a daughter. Her fur babies include two dogs, Damien and Sabrina, and one cat, Skah.
Kate – Veterinary Receptionist/Assistant
Kate, our veterinary receptionist, is a proud pet parent to five kitties. When she is not working, she is busy planning her wedding. She is very family oriented and enjoys hanging out with friends and loved ones during her spare time.
Dr. Janice Collins D.V.M.
My love for animals started early in life when my family rescued dogs like Arrow (shot by an arrow), Stubby (an amputee) and Barney, an orphaned Beagle raised by hand. My desire to help sick or injured pets also started in childhood when I would help my Dad in his veterinary office with weekend and evening emergencies. Pets would come in hit by a car or needing surgery and they would return home to the families who love them. A tender heart for animals, especially the injured or sick, is still what drives my passion for being a veterinarian today.
My dogs are Gunner (G-man), Lucy (LuLu) and Sneaky Pete (‘Neaky). Gunner is the largest but he frequently gets reprimanded by Sneaky Pete. After his confidence is in the dumps, a good game of tug brings it right back again as he reclaims the prize. LuLu likes to complain to the staff about her perception of the treat shortage at the clinic. She stares at the treat drawer and barks until she is rewarded with a yummy.
I like to read. I like being outside: skiing, riding my bike, walking the dogs, and being in water — swimming and scuba diving. Mostly, I like spending time with friends.