Lisa PTechnicianRead More
Lisa initially started at Compassion Veterinary Clinic as a volunteer in June 1998 and became a part time employee 3 months later. Often referred to as the 'cat psychologist' of the clinic, Lisa posseses exceptional knowledge of cat behavior, much of which she has acquired through personal experience and ambition. Lisa has rescued and cared for feral cats most of her life and continually works towards her dream of sheltering exotic cats.
Brittney ATechnician / ReceptionistRead More
Brittney became a member of our staff in the fall of 2010. Although she came with some experience, we were impressed with how quick she was to prove herself and she did it well. Her thoroughness is an asset and she often surprises us by pointing out certain details we may have overlooked.
Tiffany STechnician / Receptionist / HR ManagerRead More
Tiffany has been a part of our CVC family since 2013. She has worked in almost every position of our clinic and is knowledgeable in several aspects of the veterinary field.
Bio coming soon.
Rachel VTechnicianRead More
Rachel joined our team during the height of the pandemic in 2020. Like most veterinary hospitals at this time, we were understaffed and overwhelmed with the increase of new pets/clients, so Rachel was a very welcome addition! We were quickly impressed and thankful for her remarkable ability to learn the job and help in any way she could. Her positive attitude and sense of humor put our patients and staff at ease. When we were about to pull our hair out, she was quick to get a laugh out of all of us with a snarky comment and revealing smile.
Mary-Grace TTechnicianRead More
Mary-Grace was a 'breath of fresh air' when she came to work here at Compassion Veterinary Clinic in the spring of 2021. Her humor and unique ability to see things differently than they appear to others, have had a positive effect on the staff at the clinic. Additionally, her knowledge, skill, enthusiasm and dedication make her a very valuable member of our team.
Rachel CTechnician / ReceptionistRead More
Rachel started at Compassion when she was in High School as a volunteer and became an official part-time member of our staff in 2011. Her fast learning ability, amiable nature and eagerness to assist helped our decision to hire her and we are sure it was a good one. She has a way with animals which was always evident by watching the actions of Flipper, our resident cat, who would practically leap into her arms to be loved when she arrived.