Dr. Angela Edenloff, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and Mayville State graduate, was on the Mayville State campus Friday, Sept. 15 to share information about her journey to becoming a veterinarian with current students, faculty, and staff. She stressed the importance of getting good grades and participating in extra-curricular activities while in college. Angela also shared the veterinary school requirements and described her first-hand real-world experiences as a veterinarian.
Dr. Edenloff is a North Dakota native from Williston. She grew up with many pets and participated in 4-H for 10 years, raising and showing sheep, steers, pigs, and horses. As a Mayville State student, she was active in Science Club and also participated in undergraduate research. She also volunteered at the Portland Veterinary Clinic.
After completing a double major in biology and chemistry at Mayville State in 2004, she attended the College of Veterinary Medicine at Iowa State University, completing her doctorate in 2008. Since then, she has practiced small animal medicine and surgical practice in Colorado, Ohio, and Minnesota.