The team at Spalding Labs has long been a fan of Dr. Alan Sibinic's work. He graduated from Michigan State University in 1975. He practiced in Michigan treating companion animals as well as farm animals for many years. In 2015, Dr. Sibinic relocated to Tucson, Arizona. We'd like to share this wonderful interview with him!

Q:What is your favorite type of animal to work with?

Dr. Al: Equines because or their challenges. Dogs are a close second.

 

Q: What was the most challenging career situation you’ve ever had to handle?

Dr. Al: Mackinac Island (watch the video about Mackinac by clicking here)

Q: For someone looking for a vet in their local area what are the most important questions to ask?

Dr. Al: Ask friends and/or family members who have animals who they like and why. The most important thing is your ability to communicate with a professional any for that matter.

 

Q: How did you first hear about and try Fly Predators?

Dr. Al: From my cousin, a Dairy Farmer who was looking for a successful answer to his fly problems.

 

Q: Why biological fly control?

Dr. Al: Because it works and is safer! Other methods have always been circumvented in time as everything on the earth seeks to survive.

 

Q: What is the most unique location you’ve worked?

Dr. Al: This is it!!! Mackinac Island.