Dr. Jeff’s wife Dr. Petra Mickova Bio, Age and Nationality
Information regarding the exact birthday and place of Petra Mickova are unknown, except that she was born in Czechoslovakia, and is in her late 40s. She is best known from appearing in “Dr Jeff: Rocky Mountain Vet”, “Dr. Jeff: Rocky Mountain Vet: Cat Case Files” and “Dr. Jeff: Double Dose”. Mickova is also known as the wife of Dr. Jeff Young a beloved TV vet who has appeared in several TV series, helping animals. Her husband is also known as the founder of Planned Pethood.
So just how rich is Petra Mickova as of early 2019? According to authoritative sources, this TV star has a net worth of over $300,000, accumulated from her career in the previously mentioned field. Her husband’s net worth also plays a significant role in the family’s finances. However, they haven’t shared any information regarding their assets such as houses and vehicles, apparently remaining humble. Working hard, they are certainly able to make a good living.
Ethnicity and Background
When it comes to Mickova’s ethnicity, she is Caucasian but dyes her hair auburn red, which suits her pale complexion. Judging from the photos available on the internet, Petra has a fit figure. Unfortunately, she hasn’t revealed much about her early life and formative years, as she enjoys keeping some information behind closed doors, and is secretive about some topics.
Speaking about Petra’s relationship status, she is married to Dr. Jeff Young, a renowned TV vet who has worked on several appraised TV series. According to some sources, they married in 2014, however, other sources state that their wedding ceremony was in 2016. She often appears in the series alongside her husband, thus being able to make a name for herself and gain more exposure in the media. The couple has kids together and seem to be living a happy and prosperous life, being able to help animals and enjoy their jobs together.
Husband Jeff Young
Young has been an animal lover since his early years and, having matriculated from high school, he went on to enroll into Colorado State University, from where he graduated in veterinary medicine and was subsequently hired to work as a welfare officer in Fort Collins, Colorado. A successful and dedicated vet, always ready to help animals in need, Young was described as a “charismatic hero”, “warm-hearted and effortlessly cool” and his clinic became known nationwide as he treats a variety of animals in his local area – Denver – and beyond.
He has had more than 80,000 clients so far and his business continues to grow. Young’s staff includes 30 people, and his clinic does around 30 surgeries a day, with Jeff reportedly doing about 100 hours of work every week, but which seems unlikely, as he is passionate about helping animals to this day. Being a prominent vet, Jeff has served on several Human Society boards, where he has spoken about being a mobile surgical vet, and given advice to his colleagues. Reportedly, he has conducted more than 160,000 animal surgeries, and in addition to that, has helped train more than 300 vets. He has appeared in reality TV series such as “Dr Jeff: Rocky Mountain Vet”, “Dr. Jeff: Rocky Mountain Vet: Cat Case Files” and “Dr. Jeff: Double Dose”, all broadcast on Animal Planet.
Unfortunately, Petra isn’t active on any social media, but her husband Jeff is; he has a Facebook account entitled Dr. Jeff: Rocky Mountain Vet, followed by more than 140,000 people.
He often posts adorable photos and videos of animals, which his fans seem to enjoy. He has recently shared a video of two puppies playing, with the caption “Take a break from your day and watch these puppies play, in a ball pit” – the post received more than 700 likes. One fan went on to leave a comment on one of his videos, saying “Love this show and their generosity helping people to save their animals when the vet bills could be crippling.
Also helping groups saving puppy mill suffering females. Plus free spay and neutering in feral cat neighbourhoods that they do. As for that cat her own cat mother would be just as rough licking and pawing that’s why she likes it.”