Dr. Michelle Belviy grew up in Little Rock, Arkansas. She graduated with a Bachelors of Animal Science with Honors and Distinction from the University of Arkansas in 2003 before attending and graduating from the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine in 2007. Dr. Belviy has happily served the Northwest Arkansas area for the last ten years.
Dr. Belviy has a special interest in preventative veterinary medicine, reproduction, soft tissue surgery as well as experience in medical care of exotics and small to medium birds. She has been an Arkansas Veterinary Medical Association Board Member, the Northwest Arkansas Veterinary Medical Association President, actively supported the legislation that brought Arkansas 3 year rabies vaccination options, and provided aid to animals affected by the Joplin Tornado through the Missouri Veterinary Medical Assistance Team.
She lives in Tontitown with her husband of 12 years, Nick and their adopted son, Elliott. They have 2 Boston Terriers, 'Barrett and Sophie', a Doberman, 'Saoirse' and a cat, 'Scooter'. She loves travel, boxing at her local gym, and going on adventures with her family.