Veterinarian Kim Wilson of Dansville oversaw nine entries
By Tricia Heary, 4-H Program Coordinator at Cornell Cooperative Extension Allegany County
4-H held the Dog Show on Saturday, July 15. Our judge was Kim Wilson of Dansville, NY. Kim has been a small animal Veterinarian for 19 years. This is her second year judging Dog Obedience. She attended Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in St. Kitts. She has been married to a large animal Vet for 16 years and has 3 kids, ages 7, 11 and 13. Kimberly’s hobbies include spaying/neutering feral cats, camping, kayaking and driving kids around to sporting/showing events.
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