Client Service ManagerFaye S.
Faye started with VCA EMPAH in January 2013 as a Client Service Representative and soon after became the hospital's CSR manager. She has over 15 years experience in the animal welfare field and still enjoys fostering animals from the local humane societies and Beagle rescue groups. Faye has a soft spot in her heart for animals with medical needs or hospice cases. Faye is active with therapy dog societies, local bully breed education groups, as well as anti-breed specific legislation clubs. In addition, she is an AKC Canine Good Citizen Evaluator and is studying for the Certified Pet Dog Trainer exam.
Currently, Faye shares her home with three dogs; two Beagles and one American Staffordshire Terrier, who is a certified therapy dog. She also has one cat. In her free time Faye enjoys spending time with her animals and cooking.
Client ServiceAmy B.
Amy has worked at VCA East Mill Plain Animal Hospital since 2009. She shares her home with her two Australian Cattle Dogs, Lexus and Gracie, and her toothless cat, Stella.
Amy is married and has a daugter named Lily. Amy and her husband, Allen, are expectecting their second child in September of 2014.
Client ServiceKay S.
Kay has worked at VCA East Mill Plain Animal Hospital since 1998 and is pictured here with her "main man," Captain Bones, our clinic cat.
Kay lives in the wooded hills with her husband, Raymond, her 89 year old mother, and two crazy cats. In her spare time Kay likes to garden, read, take photos, and go on motorcycle adventures with her husband.
Bio coming soon.
Brittany has been volunteering and working with the veterinary world since 2008 and joined the VCA East Mill Plain Animal Hospital family in 2011. On most days, Brittany has her hands full with the two legged kids and four legged fur children. Days away from VCA EMPAH, you will find Brittany enjoying mudding, wilderness training, picnics and going to the park with the whole family. Or you can catch her reading novels and enjoying some one on one time with the family. Favorite Quotes: "Some people talk to animals. Not many listen though. That's the problem." A.A. Milne. "Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains un-awakened." Anatole France