Veterinary Support

  • Technician Supervisor

    Linda Zito
    School: University of Florida

    Linda Zito has been with VCA Lewis since November of 2006.  She is the Evening Technician Supervisor and is here to ensure quality patient care and client service.  Her special interests include animal welfare and physical rehabilitation.  She has a crew of beloved furry family members including her dog Cash; her two cats Silly and Jespah; her horse Vista; and her bearded dragon Percy Harvin.

    "I CAN make a difference in the lives of the very special pets I meet (and their people)."

  • Technician

    Patricia Bubeck

    Patty has been with VCA Lewis Animal Hospital since October of 2004.  She is one of the friendly faces that assist the doctors in helping and treating your furry family member.  She has a lovely gentle touch that will set any patient at ease.  She has a feline trio at home: Mickey, Cally, and Macey.

    "I love them all so much!"

  • Technician

    Jodi Knopsnyder

    Jodi joined our team in 2013, and she is very glad to be here as one of your technicians! New to the area, she moved here from Southwest Pennsylvania with her 11-year-old Golden Retriever, Charlie Brown, and a voluptuous feline named Mimi Kitty. Jodi states that her faith and family are everything to her, and she feels very blessed to have been a technician for 8 years. She has a passion for cytology and anesthetic procedures (especially dentistry) and hopes to increase her experience in the veterinary field while exploring this new area and adventure.

    "My career gives me the opportunity to change the world through my compassion for animals."

  • Veterinary Assistant

    Philip Rosier

    "I work in the animal care field because animals have been a major part of my life, for as long as I can remember. I have always had pets and I have always loved caring for them. My pets have included reptiles, arachnids, fish, birds, felines, canines, rodents, and crustaceans. My love for animals led to my professional work in a shelter and working for disaster relief efforts. I enjoy my current employment at the VCA because it is nice working with pets with caring owners, especially after working with animals that were unhappy and displaced. My goal has always been to help animals and see them get better. I always strive to learn more about the animal care field."