A local veterinarian received a Congratulatory Certificate from the Michigan Legislation.
Dr. Tina Roggenbeck and the non-profit wing of her Veterinary Health Center, Angels Among Us, were presented with an award on Monday, September 16. State Representative Rodney Wakeman gave Roggenbeck and her staff the certificate for her selfless donations of time, services and money to Saginaw County.
Angels Among Us has donated more than $500,000 in services to Saginaw County through free trap-neuter-return (TNR) spray and neuter, free dog vaccines and its animal shelter. Since Dr. Roggenbeck started the very first TNR program in Saginaw County, she has fixed over 2,000 unowned community cats.
In 2016, Dr. Roggenbeck was named America’s Favorite Vet by the American Veterinary Medical Foundation in a nation wide contest.