Indio Pet Grooming & Boarding
Kennel SupervisorMichael S
Michael has always had an affinity for pets of all kinds. Over the years, Michael has adopted four dogs, four cats, three birds, some tropical fish, and a rabbit, as well as fostering over 50 dogs/puppies, cats/kittens, a lion cub, hamsters, mice, turtles, and a couple guinea pigs tossed in!
After 25 years supporting local (Los Angeles and San Diego) pet adoption groups, and a 5 year association with the Los Angeles Animal Services’ West Los Angeles Shelter where he provided kennel support, adoption support, volunteer training and other services, Michael joined Valley Animal Medical Center as the Kennel Supervisor.
Overseeing Valley Animal Medical Center’s boarding, grooming, daycare and upcoming training services, Michael and the staff strive to provide excellent client service and superior care for the pets entrusted to us.
Kennel AssistantChristipher K
Chrisitpher, was raised in a family who prides itself in animal care service.
Christipher grew up helping with animals and also with the “catch and release” of feral cats in Anaheim, Ca. with the occasional opossums.
With one aunt being a VA and another family member being a registered dog breeder, I have had amazing experiences with all sorts of animals.
My love & curiosity for animals has led me to foster and appreciate many of my own.
Having cared for cats, dogs, hamsters, rats, birds (wild & exotic), reptiles, amphibians, fish and even insects. I plan to continue to live, love and learn with our animal friends, because with them I’m forever home.
Leann joined VCA Valley in June of 2013, she has been grooming for the past seven years. Leann was brought up around the grooming business; as a young girl she learned from her mother. Leann was brushing out dogs and cutting their nails at a very young age.
Throughout high school, Leann worked as a bather and perfected her skills as a groomer.
Leann states, "I see grooming as an art. I really enjoy working with animals and being able to make them look and feel better."