Armon is a 1979 graduate of the University of Missouri College
of Veterinary Medicine holding a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine.
He also received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University
of Illinois College of Agriculture in 1972. He is an active
member of the American Veterinary Medical Association as well
as the Greater Saint Louis Veterinary Medical Association.
has been associated for the past 20 years, with the St. Louis
Wild Canid Survival and Research Center (Wolf Sanctuary) as
a veterinary consultant involved in the research and preservation
of wolves and other wild Canids. He has also served on the
University of Missouri Extension Council of Jefferson County.
owned and operated a veterinary practice in Fenton, Mo. from
1979 to 1994. He also opened and managed a veterinary practice
in Edwardsville, Ill. from 1991 to the year 2000. Dr. Armon
purchased High Ridge Animal Hospital in High Ridge in 1995
and remains as sole proprietor and primary veterinarian.
with his wife Sharon, Dr. Armon has 4 dogs, 3 horses, 2 donkeys,
2 cats and a flock of chickens. He and Sharon have 3 grown
children. Dr. Armon is a member of the Fly Fishing Federation
and a certified fly-casting instructor. He enjoys making authentic
bamboo fly fishing rods. Other interests include horses, cooking,
photography and travel.