Mission Viejo Pet Grooming & Boarding

  • Kennel Assistant

    Neslie C.

    Neslie has lived in Orange County her whole life; from Santa Ana, to Garden Grove, to Huntington Beach. Neslie has had a passion for animals since the age of five, when she got her first puppy that she had for 16 years! Now, after a lot of contemplation, Neslie is trying to pursue her passion of working with animals. She wants to one day become a Veterinarian and/or achieve her degree in Science. Currently she has pet dogs, cats and a bunny. Just to name a few there’s Bobblehead, a fluffy spaniel mix; Oliver, a poodle terrier mix; Pita the cat; and Chloe Maxine the bunny. On her free time she likes to spend time with her partner, fur babies and family.


  • Kennel Assistant

    Tammy E

    Tamrah has been aspiring to become a Registered Veterinarian Technician since she was 7 years old. She grew up in Mission Viejo California with many animals in her home: iguanas, rabbits, cats, dogs, hamsters, guinea pigs etc. She completed her first semester at Professional Veterinarian Assistant School, which included an externship at VCA Arroyo Animal hospital. From there she received a job working for Arroyo's sister hospital, VCA Saddleback, as a receptionist. Shortly thereafter she was given the opportunity to work more closely with the animals at VCA Mission Viejo Animal hospital where she is now a Pet Care Specialist. Tamrah currently is taking the Assistant Program at Heritage College and is looking forward to what the future may hold for her in the veterinarian field. In her free time she enjoys relaxing with her fiancé, going to the movies, playing mini golf, watching the Raiders play football, and spending time with her family.


  • Kennel Assistant

    Hollie H.

    Hollie grew up in Orange County and has lived there her entire life. She attended Laguna Hills High School and is currently enrolled at Heritage College to get her RVT license. She is in veterinary field because eventually she wants to become a veterinarian. She has a dog named Elvis and tarantula named Charleston.


  • Groomer

    Judy C.

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