Technician SupervisorErin Calhoun
School: Cecil College in Maryland
Erin has worked as a veterinary technician for over six years, joining the VCA Elkton Animal Hospital in 2010. Raised locally, she attended Cecil college in Maryland. Erin shares her home with her husband, 2 children, 2 dogs and 2 cats. Outside of work, she enjoys 4 wheeling, motorcycle riding, and spending time with her family.
"From a very young age I have held a strong passion for animals. I have carried that passion into a career and I am dedicated not only to help each and every animal but also their families that love them. My goal is for every one of our patients and their families to feel as comfortable as possible and to work personally with each and every client to keep them well informed so that they have the knowledge they need to make the best decisions possible for their furr babies. After all your pets are members of our VCA family too."
Sara started working in the veterinary field when she was in high school and joined VCA Elkton at the end of 2014. Currently, she is attending the University of Delaware as a Pre-veterinary Medicine major. After she graduates, she hopes to attend grad school and eventually move on to veterinary school. In her free time (what little she has!), Sara enjoys cuddling with her two dogs and two cats, and visiting the University of Delaware farm. My mother has a picture of me just 8 years old holding a falcon and staring up at it with no fear in my eyes. Not once have I even considered a career outside of animal medicine. It brings me true joy to know that I can not only help the animals, but the people who need those animals just as much as they need us. I hope to one day follow in Dr. B's footsteps and become the best vet that I can be!
Veterinary Tech School: Harcum College
Originally from Earleville Md, Erica moved to Delaware after getting her B. S in small animal science at Delaware Valley College in 2013. Starting her technician career in 2012, she joined the VCA family at the beginning of 2015 working part time while she continues her animal learning at Harcum College to obtain her Veterinary technician certification. She spends her free time with her husband, son, Giant puppy, two cats, and two ferrets. These aren’t just our pets, they are our furry family. They always love us with no strings attached, so I do what I can to help them, keep them healthy and make them happy. It truly makes me happy to help animals and their families whenever I can.