I was proud to join this group in 2009 after moving to Klamath Falls from Medford. The transition to this job was a logical one after working for the Greenhill Humane Society in Eugene for seven years.
From saving unwanted pets to now working with animals that have caring and loving owners, is at the opposite ends of the spectrums. Both are very satisfying for me. As a receptionist, I get to work with both our wonderful clients and their precious companions.
I love what I do. My goals include expanding my knowledge in animal care to help educate our clients better.
Being a mom and working has some challenges, but my philosophy is to be the best mom that I can be. My sons, Aiden and Devlin, and I enjoy spending time in the outdoors and love road trips. My pets include two loving cats, Creaper and Hannah.
Pictures of me as a child showed that my love for animals started when I was very young as there was always a kitten in my arms or a dog by my side. Growing up therefore, I always knew that my career choice would include caring for critters.
I was born in Medford and moved to Klamath when I was only two years old. I love spending time with my family and particularly enjoy outdoor activities including camping, hiking and traveling. My indoor hobbies include scrapbooking, nail art and making jewelry.
In 2005, I was very fortunate to marry Brent, my best friend and the love of my life. Also that year, I started my new career in veterinary medicine and worked as a receptionist and veterinary assistant. I loved it from day one. However in 2012, my husband and I moved to the Oregon coast where I worked with State Farm Insurance where I became licensed to sell insurance.
We enjoyed the gorgeous surroundings of the coast, playing on the beach with our Cassie dog and the great fishing but after three years, we decided to move back to Klamath to be closer to the family & friends we left behind.
It was also time to return to the work that I love~ veterinary medicine! In February 2016, I joined the staff at Everett Veterinary Hosp & Boarding House and have enjoyed working with such an amazing team!
My four legged family includes two older kitties named Snowballs and Tigger.