Linda Schrier, DVM — Chief of Staff
Dr. Linda Schrier, our Chief of Staff, grew up in Farmington Hills and now resides in Canton, MI. She received an undergraduate and DVM degrees from Michigan State University. Her special interests include internal medicine, neurology, and veterinary ultrasound.
Outside of the practice, Dr. Schrier enjoys reading, traveling and listening to music. She also shares her home with her two dogs.
Patrick Sayles, DVM
Dr. Patrick Sayles has been with VetSelect Animal Hospital since 1985. Originally from Detroit, Dr. Sayles now lives in Livonia. He attended MSU earning both his undergraduate and DVM degrees.
In his spare time, Dr. Sayles enjoys hiking, mountain climbing, gardening, as well as watching college football and basketball. He has a twelve year-old cat named Luna.
Sandra Jones, DVM
Dr. Sandra Jones has been with VetSelect Animal Hospital of Novi since 1997. She grew up in Garden City and now lives in Milford. Dr. Jones attended MSU for both her undergraduate and DVM degrees. Her professional veterinary interests include laser surgery and ultrasounds. Dr. Jones has also practiced at our sister hospital, VetSelect Animal Hospital of Dearborn.
In her spare time, she enjoys horseback riding and training as well as competing in triathlons. Dr. Jones also likes training dogs with a “clicker” and has seen how successful doing so can be! She has several pets including a cat named Sneaky, dog named Riff Raff and a horse named Sammie.
Stephanie Yang, DVM
Dr. Yang hails from Michigan, where she was born and raised. She obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology at Michigan State University, Master’s of Public Health degree at Texas A&M University, and returned back to Michigan State University to complete her Doctor in Veterinary Medicine degree.
Her special interests include preventative medicine, surgery, infectious diseases, public health, and research. In addition to cats and dogs, Dr. Yang also has interest and experience working with our smaller friends such as rabbits, rats, and mice.
When not in the hospital, she enjoys trying new foods, traveling, kickboxing, watching movies, catching up on celebrity news, and taking her Terrier mix, Milo, out to the lake. She can also speak conversational Chinese (Mandarin).