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is our office manager. She has extensive experience with customer service. She is our multitasker. If you have any questions regarding your pet’s “Going Home” instruction or have any concerns about your visit or patients health, she will make sure your questions are answered and you leave our clinic completely satisfied.
is our receptionist. She has over 10 years experience in custome service. She is also an avid pet lover and a hard working employee, that doesn't settle with anything but exceptional work. Nora will make sure your experience at our clinic is the best and all your concerns are resolved.
is our morning Veterinary Assistant. She loves animals since she grew up with large and small animals at her farm. She enjoys Barrel, pole and team roping, and is pursuing continuing her career into Veterinary Technical school in the near future. She is kind, compassionate and a fast learner. Rest assured that she will take good care of your pet, big or small while under our care.
is our afternoon Veterinary Assistant. She is curretly attending Northshore Technical College for Veterinary Technician. She surpassed her classmates within a few weeks of volunteering at my clinic, so we added her to the team. She also grew up in a farm so she has great small and large animal skills as well as Barrel racing during the week, as often as she can between work and her career. She is very driven and an excellent asset to our team. Kaycee will take great care of your pets while under our care and will strive to answer any questions or concerns while visiting our facility.
is the owner and main veterinarian. She received her degree in Veterinary Medicine in 2009 at St. George's University, Grenada, West Indies, and completed her clinical year at LSU, Baton Rouge, LA. She enjoys working with the community, local rescues and shelters to improve the overall health of our pet and stray population. You can trust your pet will be in great caring hands.
We also have students volunteering for clinical hours while attending their Veterinary Technician Program school year.