Veterinary Support

  • Licensed Veterinary Technician

    Heidi Marrazzo

    Heidi has been working in veterinary medicine since 2003 and has been with our clinic since 2012. She grew up around animals and being a veterinary technician had always been one of her main goals in life. Her family includes her husband, 2 kids, and 3 dogs. When not at the clinic, she enjoys reading, hiking, camping, and horseback riding. Heidi is currently working towards her certification in veterinary dentistry.

  • Technician

    Michelle Glynn

    Michelle began her veterinary career in 2009 and has been a member of our team since Spring, 2014. She's had a love for dogs from a very young age which led to her becoming a veterinary technician. Michelle lives with her husband (Jerry), 4 dogs (Harley Lu and Julius (both Pit Bull Terriers) and  Maddie Moo and Chandler Bing (both Boxers)), and 2 bearded dragons. When she is away from work, she enjoys time crocheting, knitting, baking and grilling. 

  • Veterinary Assistant Supervisor

    Carly Veillette

    Carly has been working in the veterinary field since 2010. She has been around animals her entire life and is happy to say she enjoys her job - being able to work with animals every day. Carly has a husband and baby at home, along with 3 dogs and 2 cats. When she isn't at the clinic, Carly enjoys camping, being outdoors and spending time with family and friends.

  • Veterinary Assistant

    Breanna Bridge

    Bree has been working in the veterinary field for several years and has been with our clinic for just under a year. Having always had interest in working with pets, she became a Veterinary Assistant so she could help animals live healthier lives. Her pets include 3 dogs and 3 fish. In her free time she enjoys hiking, swimming, and going to movies. Her goal is to become a Licensed Veterinary Technician.

  • Veterinary Assistant

    Octavia Burrel

     Octavia has been with our hospital team since early 2014. She chose to work with animals in order to help them live better, longer lives.  Octavia’s early experience was obtained by volunteering at SCRAPS (Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service) and  through an internship with Farm Sanctuary, both helping to pave the way for her to become a veterinary assistant. Octavia has 3 dogs at home and, in her free time, enjoys knitting and volunteering time to help homeless animals in need.

  • Veterinary Assistant

    Alicia Piper

    Alicia has been working in the veterinary field since 2004 and joined our veterinary team in August, 2014.  Having had years of experience in smaller veterinary hospitals, Alicia joined our team to be part of a larger setting. She enjoys all facets of the hospital workplace, including dentistry,  radiology and surgery. Alicia is married with 2 children and has 3 dogs and 2 cats. In her free time, she enjoys camping and fishing with her family and doing crafts.  

  • Veterinary Assistant

    Mark Thorne
    School: Eastern Washington University, BA

    Mark has had several years experience working with, and caring for, a wide variety of animals both large and small. In addition to assisting our Medical Staff, Mark also works with The other Pet Care staff in our boarding area. He and his wife have two Welsh Corgis named Corbin and Sam, a Collie cross named Grifter, as well as several parrots and two rats.

  • Veterinary Assistant

    Katie Willoughby

    Katie has been working in the pet care field since 2012, and with our clinic since early 2014, as a veterinary assistant.  She enjoys being able to learn something new every day, and see the companionship between pets and their owners. Katie's pets include 2 dogs, Lacey and Max, as well as 2 sugar gliders, Lola and Zazu.  When she's not at the clinic, she enjoys visiting family and friends, and going to movies.

  • Veterinary Assistant

    Lisa keating

    Lisa has been working in the veterinary field since 2010, starting as a groomer and moving into veterinary assisting. She has been with our clinic since August of 2014. Feeling driven towards working in veterinary medicine, Lisa has always had a desire to help people and their pets. When she isn't at the clinic, Lisa enjoys knitting, reading and attending church. In the future, Lisa plans to pursue a veterinary technician degree.