Technician ManagerJade McGlothlin
Veterinary Tech School: Tulsa Community College
Jade McGlothlin has been at VCA Kickingbird Animal Hospital since October 2013. She is involved in the Oklahoma Veterinary Technician Association, National Association Veterinary technicians in America. Jade shares her home with her husband and son. They also have their furry friends: Cricket: Boston mix, Grace: Bloodhound, Sully: cat, and Boris: cockatiel. Jade says what she enjoys most about her job is educating owners to be able to provide excellent healthcare for their pets. "I enjoy being available for clients, doctors, and coworkers. Maintaining inventory and learning about new products is a challenging aspect of my job. VCA is truly a family away from family."
Certified Veterinary TechnicianKimberly Endres
Veterinary Tech School: PIMA Medical Institute, Mesa AZ
Kimberly Endres is a Certified Veterinary Technician who joined our VCA team in November of 2014. She became certified in Arizona after years of being a Veterinary Assistant, although she did also attend Mesa Community College and Pima Medical Institute. She shares her home with her husband Jim and their cat, Gordon, a 15 year orange domestic shorthair. She loves helping, caring for and nursing the animals. She is extremely competent in assisting with surgeries and dentals. she believes that the quality of medicine and pain control at VCA is great.
Registered Veterinary TechnicianOakley Kelley
Veterinary Tech School: Heritage College
Oakley Kelley is a Registered Veterinary Technician who has been a part of the VCA team since May of 2015. She was raised in Visalia, CA. She attended Heritage College, where she received her Associates degree in veterinary sciences, in 2015. She has 3 dogs named Beetlejuice, Wink Pinkerton, and Frankenstein. She also has two cats named Rebellion Hellfire and Peoria. She volunteers at the Central Oklahoma Humane Society. "I enjoy helping patients and clients. I especially enjoy one on one time with the pets and showing them how much I care about their well-being. It’s the little details that matter."
Registered Veterinary TechnicianBobbi Roomsburg
Veterinary Tech School: OSU/OKC
Bobbi Roomsburg is a registered Veterinary Technician. VCA Kickingbird Animal Hospital had the pleasure of adding her to the team in April of 2014. She was raised in Edmond and graduated from Edmond Memorial High School. She received Associates Degree and veterinary certification from OSU-OKC, in 2009. She is a member of the Oklahoma Medical Corps Responders and Wounded Warriors. Bobbi and her husband Robert have two girls and five pets which include a Dachshund, a Rottweiler, Quarter Horse, and two cats. What she loves most about this job is working with all of the animals and providing needed medical services. She enjoys watching and being a part of the healing process that occurs with most of our patients. "Working for VCA makes me proud due to the high level of care and best medicine that we give."
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Registered Veterinary TechnicianEmily Zabrecky
Veterinary Tech School: Delgado Community College
School: Spring Hill - Bachelor Degree, RVT
Emily Zabrecky joined the VCA team in August of 2014. She has been a valuable addition with her experience, organizational and training skills. She grew up in Kentucky, received a Biology degree from Springtail College in Mobile, Alabama and a certification in Veterinary Technology from Delgado Community College in New Orleans, Louisiana in 2007. She came to us with over 10 years of veterinary experience and she puts that to good use every day, while continuously adding to her repertoire. Her family includes her husband Justin and their two Beagles, Roxanne and Bourbon. The best part of her job is that she is always learning from the people around her and you never know what will walk through the door.
Veterinary AssistantElizabeth Jones
School: Colorado State University, Bachelor of Equine Science
Elizabeth "Liz" Jones joined the VCA team in August of 2015. She has a Bachelor Degree in Equine Science from Colorado State University. She grew up in Colorado and recently moved to Oklahoma, after touring around the US as a jouster. While horses are her original passion, she works hard in small animal medicine and would someday like to become a Registered Vet Tech. She enjoys seeing the variety of pets and cases that come in [to the hospital]. She truly enjoys helping a pet get better so they can go home and continue to be a part of their family. A family’s pet is such a huge part of their life and she loves bringing the joy back to a household and seeing sick pets get better.
Veterinary AssistantLisa Kerbo - Loomis
Veterinary Tech School: OSU
School: Glendale Community College in Glendale, AZ, Associates Degree in Arts and Sciences, also a Nationally accre
Lisa Kerbo-Loomis began working at VCA Kickingbird Animal Hospital in August of 2015. She is currently attending Oklahoma State University while she works toward a Bachelors in Microbiology/Cell and Molecular Biology, with an option for microbial pathogenesis. She already holds an associates degree in Arts and Sciences from Glendale Community College in Glendale, AZ and she is a nationally certified pharmacy technician. She shares her home with Scott Loomis, their two dogs Jack (a Jack Russell Terrier mix) and Teagan (a Terrier mix) and a American Saddlebred/Thorougbred, Quarter horse Mix named Sampson. "What I enjoy most about my job is being part of a community that has hands on experience in making people’s animals better. What I like about working for VCA is that I’m surrounded by individuals that are passionate about what they do."
Veterinary AssistantStephanie Kline
Stephanie Kline has been a member of our team since August of 2014. She received a Bachelor degree in Psychology from OSU and an M.A. in clinical psychology from Sam Houston State University. She is currently working towards entering OSU's Veterinary program. She volunteers for Tiny Paws Kitten Rescue and Operation Catnip, Stillwater. "I love seeing animals become so happy after they feel better, especially when their owners come pick them up. I’m most proud about how much my co-workers love animals as well. Our passion makes work so much fun!"
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Veterinary AssistantHeather Martin
Heather Martin has been a team member with VCA Kickingbird Animal Hospital since January 2003. She was raised in Harrah, Oklahoma. She received an Associates degree in Natural Science from St Gregory's University and a Bachelors degree in Biology from the University of Central Oklahoma, in 2003.She has a various set of pets: two felines Erasmus & Katniss, a rescued dog named Arya and two gerbils. Her father was a veterinarian, whose veterinary clinic was at her childhood home. She said her reason for remaining in this field was because of the continuous opportunities to learn more, to help people and pets, and the culture surrounding how VCA approaches veterinary medicine. “We’ve been through so many changes over the years and I feel that change has always been progress towards making things better. I am proud to be here.”
Veterinary AssistantLauren McCormick
Lauren McCormick had been with VCA Kickingbird Animal Hospital since April 2014. She is currently a Veterinary Assistant but has also been a receptionist her. She grew up in Edmond and attended Edmond Memorial High School. She graduated from DePauw University and is currently at University of Central Oklahoma for post bachelor's degree. Lauren was a teacher before working this field and she is taking steps to enroll in vet school. She shares her home with Maggie an English Mastiff and Compadre a Cairn Terrier. What she likes most about working here is being around all of the animals and great people. "The thing I enjoy most about working at VCA is being surrounded by animals. I am proud to work at VCA because all of my coworkers have so much compassion for the animals and owners we service."
Veterinary AssistantCayla Passerman
Veterinary Tech School: Will graduate from OSU, spring 2016 with Bachelor’s in Animal Science
Cayla Passerman joined the VCA Kickingbird team in November of 2014 as a Veterinary Assistant. She is currently working towards a Bachelor of Animal Science Degree at OSU and we expect her to be a Registered Veterinary Technician in the Spring of 2016. She has lived in many places with her family before moving to Oklahoma and settling into her educational program. She has 3 Yorkshire Terriers, 3 Chinchillas, and one hamster. She enjoys having relationships with the clients and their pets; also, having patients come into the hospital scared and making them feel comfortable and not scared anymore.
Veterinary AssistantLynn Pinault
Lynn Marie Pinault is Veterinary Assistant, who began with us in August of 2015. She was born in Las Vegas, NV and graduated high school in Augusta, KS. She is very close with her children and grandchildren and shares her home with two dogs, Mika Belle and Miss Molly. "My experience working at VCA has been unbelievable. The care and devotion all of the staff members have proven to have is top notch. The fact that my team of vets, techs/assts and office staff have recognized my desire to be successful - makes me proud to say I work for VCA. Each and every one of them has gone above and beyond to train me to be who I am today. I can proudly say that I am a Veterinary Assistant, with confidence. I love taking care of our clients’ four-legged family members with all of my heart!"
Nutrition ConsultantDustin Davis
Dustin Davis has been at VCA Kickingbird Pet Store and Supply Center since 1998 and is currently our Nutrition Specialist. Dustin also is an entrepreneur starting his own business:” Davis Constrictors”, specializing in captive bred Pythons and Boa Constrictors. His business includes several species and many color mutations such as albino, cinnamon, pastel, leucistic, piebald, and his biggest project is his Silver Boa Project. Because he has been part of this business for so long, he has developed relationships with much of our clientele. He is very knowledgeable and genuinely cares about the well-being of our customers. Dustin says he enjoys helping people find the pet that suits them best, educating them on the husbandry of their pet so they take the best care of it, and have the best fit for them and their family.