Veterinary Support

  • Licensed Veterinary Technician

    Amanda Price
    Veterinary Tech School: Columbus State College
    School: Mountain State Univeristy, Forensic Investigation

    Amanda moved to Alaska in 2009 with her husband Jeremy and daughter, Jenny.

    Amanda enjoys reading and writing, scrapbooking, sewing and crafting. She has her own leather/sewing shop on Etsy.com! She also enjoys spending time in the Alaska outdoors with her family and 2 dogs.


  • Licensed Veterinary Technician

    Dolores Stantorf

    Dolores graduated from Cosumnes River College in Sacramento and has been a licensed technician since 1975.  She has a strong interest in small animal dentistry and has advanced training in this area.

    Dolores is a Brown belt in Shotokan Karate with a degree of E kyu. She aslo  enjoys the Alaska outdoors with her family and 2 dogs.


  • Technician

    Jenna Norton

    Jenna has worked for VCA since 2011. She is going to school to become a licensed veterinary technician. Jenna started out as a receptionist, then moved to the medical team as a  technician assistant. She has now a veterinary technician working towards her  license!

    Jenna is a movie fanatic and also enjoys camping and four-wheeling with her husband, Kyle, and their 2 dogs.


  • Technician

    Cheryl Swiantek

    Cheryl first came to VCA in June 2013 as an intern from the Veterinary Assisting Program held at Mat-Su College. She was naturally wonderful, and we hired her as a veterinary assistant after her internship, and she quickly worked her way to becoming a technician. She craves learning new things, and is wonderful with our patients. In addition to her OEC in veterinary assisting, she also has her AAS in Architectural Engineering. She is currently studying to take the National Exams to become a Licensed Veterinary Technician. She will then continue her education towards veterinary school.

    Originally from Nebraska, Cheryl has lived in Pennsylvania, South Dakota, and in Japan for four years. She has lived in Alaska with her parents, and her two older sisters for the past 15 years. Her fur babies are Buddy the Lab, Crixus the Pit Bull, and Nessie, in whom we assume is a Golden mix, and a total ham. Cheryl enjoys all things outdoors, including, but far from limited to, fishing, hunting, dirt biking, hiking, snow machining, and kayaking. She also likes to crochet, enjoys arts and crafts, hanging out on the farm with the goats, pigs, baby calves, and if that doesn't keep her busy enough, she plays softball, and is the vice president of her Rugby team.  

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