Danielle has been a member of our team since 2004. She prides herself for her excellent patient care, her compassion, and client services.
Danielle spends time at home with her family, her dog Circe, and three cats Perseus, Aphrodite, and Grace.
Veterinary Tech School: Penn Foster College
Shannon started working as a Veterinary Technician in San Diego with exotic and companion animals. She has been a part of the Vetco team since March 2013. She is currently attending Penn Foster College to obtain a technician certification with the state of NJ. Shannon prides herself in her upbeat personality, client services, and top of the line patient care. Felines are her favorite.
Shannon spends time traveling and caring for her two Maine Coon cats Michael Jordan & Asher.
School: Morrisville State College, Bachelor of Science
Jenna has been with us since July 2012. Her background is in the Equine industry. She obtained her Bachelors degree in Equine Science and Management at Morrisville State College. Jenna prides herself in her excellent patient care, attention to the details, and giving a helping hand where ever needed. Jenna has a daughter and a English bulldog/ mastiff mix, Deuce, which enjoys spending quality time with.
Regina is back at Vetco! She comes to us with many years of Veterinary Technician and Front Office experience. We are thriled to have her back part time while she pursues her nursing degree. Regina is such a gentle soul. She treats every patient as if they were a member of her family. Regina and her husband have two- year old twins Rielly and Liam. Her family pets include canines Nelly Furtado & Layla, and felines Bob Marley, Carly Simon, Janice Joplin & Loretta Lynn.
Veterinary AssistantBecca Krampen
Veterinary Tech School: BCIT Medford, NJ
Becca joined our staff in April 2014. She is a graduate of the Burlington County Institute of Technology, Veterinary Program. Becca takes her time with each and every patient and strives to give each client excellence in customer service. You can find Becca with her horses when she is not taking care of our patients!