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Dr. Katrina Toshach, known as Dr. Trina, is a native of Ann Arbor, Michigan, and attended Michigan State University for both her undergraduate education and to obtain her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree with honors. She completed her internship at Kansas State University and stayed on for one year as an assistant instructor of internal medicine. She then moved to the University of Wisconsin-Madison for her residency in Small Animal Internal Medicine.
Since then she has spent more than twenty years in private referral practice, with one year as a clinical instructor at Purdue University in the oncology department.
Dr. Toshach has been interested in veterinary medicine since she was a child. She originally planned to be a mixed animal practitioner but her enjoyment of solving logical and complex problems led her down the path of specialization in internal medicine. Although she enjoys all aspects of internal medicine, she especially enjoys cardiology, liver disease, gastroenterology and oncology. Her favorite diagnostic “toy” is the ultrasound and she is proficient with endoscopic examinations. Dr. Toshach truly enjoys working with the furry patients and believes in being their advocate when dealing with health decisions.
When not at work, you can often find Dr. Toshach at home playing with her fur babies, Grandma Isadore, Josephine, the miniature Great Dane, and Derek, the little brown dog. She also enjoys gardening, movies, cooking and playing board games.
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