Always By Your Side

Because you deserve no less.


This is not just a job to us. Caring for your pet is truly a calling. And we promise to love your pet like you do.


Dr. Michael Walsh


Bio coming soon!

Dr. Amanda Nava


Dr. Nava graduated from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine in 2008, with honors. She has been with the Bevlab team since 2010 and loves the family-like atmosphere this clinic offers.

”I became a veterinarian because I grew up on a farm and loved animals! I wanted to become a doctor anyway, but being around animals was comforting to me and, therefore, I decided I would be a doctor for animals instead of people. My goal for every patient visit is to make sure the client feels comfortable with the treatment plan. I have a lot of experience and I know what can be best, however, the client might need to be cautious of cost or time when visit can be done. I try to be very sensitive of that. I try to live by the saying ‘Treat others as you would like to be treated’. I have a calmness about myself that can help calm others and that greatly helps in my line of work.”

She has been married to her husband since 2007 and started off with one Akita, Kaya, that she got in veterinary school. Then they got Akita number two, Kuma, in 2013 as a puppy. They are both lovely with her twin boys who were born in 2017. Their family is complete and happy with this clan!

“An animal’s eyes have the power to speak a great language.”

–Martin Buber

Care Team



My name is Precious, I’ve been working with animals for 6 years now and graduated from Moraine Valley In the Vet’s Assistant Program in 2018. I’m currently a student in the Penn Foster Vet Tech Program. My goal everyday is to help my patient and the owners in any possible way. I have two dogs ,a lab mix named Cami, and a Sheppard mix name Dakota. I enjoy my free time with friends and family.


Hospital Manager

Liz changed from a culinary career after a few years of fostering for a humane society. After graduating from a Veterinary Technician program, she worked at the humane society and then managed it for a period. She joined Bevlab Animal Hospital in Sept 2014 and Lansing Animal Hospital in mid 2019.

Her assortment of pets keeps her home very busy.



My name is Akela and I’ve been working with animals for 4 years. I have a background in dog daycare handling, and a vet assisting. In my spare time I like to spend time with my family, friends, and my two chihuahuas Roxxy and Pinky.



Jessica moved here from California about 6 years ago with my whole family. She has 2 fur babies; Dante (rottweiler) and Motita (chihuahua). Motis is about 11 years old and is Jessica’s everything. She acquired Dante when he was born in mid 2019 and he is a great guard dog. Jessica had never worked in this field before Lansing but has cared for animals her entire life. As a receptionist she has come to learn more about how to take care of and treat animals better. She will continue her education in the medical field for people as well as animals.


I graduated from Fox College Veterinary Technician Institute in December 2008. Since then, I’ve been working in veterinary clinics. I have multiple animals including dogs, cats, and a bunny, all of which are rescues. My goal when I was a little girl was to work with animals and I have achieved it through my career as a veterinary technician!


My name is Lidia Gonzalez and I have been working in the field for at 6 years. I recently move to Indiana from California with my family and rotties. My goal is to help any patient in need as well as owners with any concerns about their pets. I love taking care of my furry friends and I like to make them feel comfortable when they come in to the clinic. Some of my other favorite things to do are hinking with my family and two rotties (Ikki and Esmeralda), play soccer, watch anime with my kids and read a good book.


My name is Katelyn and I have been working with animals for about three years now as I continue with my education for veterinary science. I am currently going to school at Saint Mary’s College to obtain a bachelor’s degree in molecular/cell biology. I have a chihuahua mix named Snickers and pug named Sasha. I enjoy spending time outside, in addition to spending time with my family and animals. The daily dose of 400 mg of Modafinil is too high. You shouldn’t exceed the daily dosage. Depending on the manufacturer, it varies from 80 to 200 mg of active substance. .


My name is Briera but everyone calls me Bri. I got into the Vet field for the same reason that everyone does, because their love for animals. Having a pet is the most fulfilling yet stressful experience. I have a 10 year old Pitbull (Max) that is my best friend. As a technician my goal is to make you comfortable and try to make coming to the Vet not so stressful. With every job it’s going to have its ups and downs, but when something is your passion it’s worth every obstacle. My goal is to one day become a DVM. It won’t be the easiest journey but it will be the most worth it.

“One small cat changes coming home to an empty house to coming home.”

–Pam Brown

Pet Hair Stylist


In August of 2001, I became a certified Pet Stylist after attending The Paragon School of Pet Grooming, Inc in Jenison, MI and in April 2016 I completed a Pet First Aid and CPR class. I have 2 kids a 6 year old son and 4 year old daughter who both mean the world to me! I also have 2 Beagles, Lucy who is 10 years old and Arthur who is 11 years old. I am very passionate about all animals, coaching my kids soccer team, being a vegetarian, and the environment. If you stop taking Modafinil, you won’t experience severe side effects . However, due to its great impact and the absence of side effects, many don’t see the point in giving up the drug. I have been working will animals for over 15 years and I absolutely love it!