Maggie joined the Care Center in April, 2013 as a kennel assistant and worked her way to a receptionist position. She holds an AA in Biological Sciences and is a Certified Natural Horsemanship Trainer. In addition to horse training, Maggie also has interest in rescue and rehabilitation.
Maggie and her husband Darrin have two children Riley and Brenna and their fur family includes dogs Koda and Lexie and cats (adopted from the Care Center) Max and Merida. Maggie also has a horse named Mitho.
In her spare time, Maggie enjoys playing clarinet, knitting and crocheting and playing with her children.
Amy started at the Care Center in 1987 as a kennel assistant and has moved to the receptionist team and is our "deluxe" pet bather. Her experience here makes her a natural with animals and she is the person to turn to when we have a new trainee.
As a bather, she does not do hair cuts, but she can groom many thick coated breeds and takes pride in her thorough brushing and deshedding skills.
Amy enjoys reading in her spare time.
Brooke came to us in November of 2011 but has 8 previous years of veterinary support staff experience. Brooke married husband Sam in September of 2012 and has a four-legged family. Koa, a pit bull and 3 cats named Stormy, Ziggy and Odie.
In her spare time Brooke enjoys her family and friends, camping, scuba diving and swimming.
Megan joined our team in 2012 and is not only a receptionist but also does some vet assisting and has given the staff in the kennel a hand when needed. Megan is pursuing her goal of becoming a veterinarian and is especially interested in Equine Sports Medicine and Equine Podiatry.
Megan married husband Micah in 2012 and together they have a fur family that includes: Jack, a 2008 model Domestic Short-hair, Jade, a 2007 model Siamese, Pumpkin, a 2008 model "Island Mutt" from St. Kitts and Peanut, a 2012 model Doberman.
Megan enjoys horseback riding, crocheting, and playing clarinet. She also enjoys traveling, cooking with Micah and going on walks with him and their dogs.