I have a 14 year background in the pet medical field. I
started to work in this field when my beautiful male Akita named Damion
was diagnosed with cancer. When I took Damion in to see the
veterinarian, the Dr. was impressed by the way I communicated with and
handled Damion. Beginning shortly thereafter, I started to work in the
Since then, I have worked with many different animals, from
dogs, cats, rabbits, reptiles, birds, and rescued wildlife (my family
had the privilege of nursing back to health a baby possum abandoned in
our back yard, which was then taken to a wildlife rehab center). We
love animals here at AMAC.
I completed the two-year veterinary technician program at
Carrington College this past year, which was a great academic and
clinical supplement to my work experience. I came out of the program
knowing that I wanted to find a way to reach people and pets outside of
the hospital and clinic environment. While my services are not meant to
replace the role of a veterinary doctor in your pet’s life, I aim to
remove as much stress as possible from the day-to-day basic needs of
your animals. From simple nail trims to administering
veterinarian-prescribed treatments (e.g., pilling or subcutaneous fluid
administration), I look forward to serving our community.
We hope to help create stronger family and pet relationships.
Learn more about us and what we offer by checking out our services list, and meet the team on our staff profile page.