Terrie Malinak, DVM (Medical Director)
Dr. Malinak is a 2003 graduate from Michigan State University. She has been with Schultz Veterinary Clinic since 2006 and enjoys both general medicine and surgery. Dr. Malinak spends her time off with her husband, two daughters, three cats and a few stray fish. When she has a few minutes to herself, she enjoys running, biking and just about anything outdoors.
Kay Donahue, DVM
Dr. Donahue graduated from Michigan State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 1994. She received her undergraduate degree from Michigan State University’s Lyman Briggs College, majoring in scientific writing. Dr. Donahue has been with SVC since 1987 starting as an assistant while working her way through college and veterinary school. Her professional interests include reproduction, behavior, and preventative medicine. She is a member of the MVMA’s Animal Welfare Committee. She also serves on the Health Professional Recovery Committee, a Michigan licensing board that protects public safety and supports health licensees dealing with substance abuse or mental illness. Dr. Donahue loves to spend time with her 3 kids, to travel, read, play soccer, and run. Her family pets include a rescue border collie/terrier mix and two French Bulldogs.
Felicia Mallory, DVM
Dr. Mallory is a 1987 graduate from Michigan State University. She has been with Schultz Veterinary Clinic since April, 2000. She practiced at Ailurophile Cat Clinic for 8 years prior to this. She loves working with both cats and dogs with most emphasis on proactive, preventive medicine, diagnostics and behavior. When she is not working, she spends time with her 3 boys, Winston, twins Mason and Alex, as well as her cats Lily and Sir Henry Cheddar, walking her 2 dogs Maggie and Ginnie, reading, tennis and yoga.
Michelle Roth, DVM
Dr. Michelle Roth grew up on a family farm in Grand Ledge, MI. She attended Michigan State University where she obtained a bachelor’s degree in animal science. She then attended Iowa State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine where she obtained her DVM. She then practiced mixed animal medicine in rural Illinois and Indiana. During her time at ISU and in mixed practice she found a fondness for canine reproduction. She joined Schultz in August of 2022. Her professional interests include preventative medicine, dentistry, dermatology, and reproduction. She is currently pursuing advanced education in working dog medicine. While away from the clinic she enjoys spending time with her family, training and competing in canine agility, and working on the family cattle farm.