Our mission is to provide the highest quality care to our canine and feline companions, with compassion towards their needs and that of their families. Our client is our commitment, and our patient is our purpose.
Collaboration is key, and we here at Vets2U realize that the best way to provide care for your pets is to work as a team to find the most ideal combination of treatments.
We strive to provide all of our patients, no matter their shape, size or breed, with the most complete and individualized care possible.
A comfortable environment is extremely important for both you and your pet. We are proud to be able to take all of the steps necessary to be sure that your visit is as stress-free as possible.
Dr. McAlpine obtained her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Michigan State University. She has been practicing house calls for the past 6 years, and enjoys the ability to get to know her patients in their environment. Her main interests are nutrition, preventive medicine, and pain management. When not working, she enjoys travel, cooking and hiking with her dog.
Cheryl has been a veterinary assistant since 2001, mostly in emergency/critical care, and has about three years experience in veterinary house calls.
Her areas of interest include behavior, diet, alternative medicine, and working with hard-to-handle patients. Cheryl also volunteers at a local rescue and animal control and fosters cats & kittens.
When not at work, Cheryl enjoys football (Lions and UM), Red Wings hockey, camping, reading, sewing, and painting. She also enjoys spending time with her husband and their animals—7 cats, guinea pig, rosy boa (snake), a couple frogs, and some fish.
Client Ambassador / Site Leader
Prior to joining Vets2U as the site leader in 2018, Justin was the Director of Operations for PetCalls, a house-call veterinary practice. Justin worked for many years as the operations and client relations manager for a sterilizer monitoring company before transitioning into the veterinary industry.
Outside of work, Justin enjoys working out, golfing, and coaching lacrosse. He has a 6 year old Australian Cattle Dog named Emmy, who he rescued in 2014.