Dr. Migday earned both Bachelor and Master of Science degrees from the College of Agriculture in 1978, and then graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1980. She purchased Slade Veterinary Hospital in 1982 from Dr. Edward Slade, who established the animal hospital in 1946. Dr. Migday’s efforts have resulted in a modern facility and progressive practice, which have been recognized for high standards of excellence through accreditation by the American Animal Hospital Association since 1985. In the 1980’s, she hosted the national PBS series, “Cats & Dogs” and began her service as President of the Board of Directors of NEADS Inc, a nonprofit organization which trains world class service dogs. The 1990’s focused on public service through her appointment by Governor Michael Dukakis to the Board of Registration in Veterinary Medicine for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts where she sat as Chairman from 1993 to 1994. After a decade of service as a Board member and President of the Theriogenology Foundation, Dr. Migday now serves on the Board of Trustees for the Morris Animal Foundation. At home, Dr. Migday and her husband raise, train, and exhibit Bullmastiff dogs and have consistently produced breed champions and obedience titlists. For inner peace, she has maintained her practice of martial arts, yoga and counting to ten.