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One day, Jennie decided to stop by Germantown Veterinary Clinic to weigh her growing English Mastiff puppy. The head technician was extremely impressed by the puppy’s manners, and struck up a conversation with Jennie. The next thing she knew, she was being interviewed for a position at the clinic!
Kim grew up on a farm, where she was surrounded by horses, cows, dogs, cats and pigs. In addition to this, she had a mother who was a veterinarian. When you combine both of these facts about her upbringing, it’s easy to understand why she wanted to work with animals when she grew up. As a veterinary technician at Germantown Veterinary Clinic, she’s not only able to help out animals on a daily basis, she’s also able to be around the furry creatures she loves!
Like most of her colleagues, Yona always knew she wanted to work with animals. It came as no surprise, then, that she would end up pursuing a career in the veterinary field. It wasn’t until a particular moment, however, when a doctor she was assisting correctly guessed the diagnosis of a patient, that her passion for veterinary medicine was officially ignited. Today, Yona brings that same passion to each and every patient interaction, delivering clinical care with a personal touch.
Unlike many of her colleagues, Rachel didn’t start out in the veterinary industry. In fact, she initially began her career as an EMT with the local fire department. She quickly came to realize, however, that human medicine was not nearly as interesting or challenging as veterinary medicine, and decided it was time to make a change. As a veterinary technician, Rachel is able to apply her skills to in-depth cases and enjoy the many rewards that come with caring for our four-legged friends.
Client Service Representative
Jen is someone who has always loved animals. So when the opportunity to apply for a position as a client service representative at Germantown Veterinary Clinic popped up, she eagerly went for it. She relishes the ability to build relationships with her furry clients and watch them grow from puppies to seniors!
Client Service Representative
Shannon has always loved animals, but unlike many of her colleagues, she didn’t initially set out to work in the veterinary field. In fact, after attending college for athletic training, it was Walt Disney World that first caught her interest. Over time, however, she began feeling the itch to change careers. As it turns out, an animal clinic was truly the happiest place on earth for Shannon!
Customer Service Representative
Growing up an only child in a military family, Lisa was used to moving around a lot. She was never lonely, though – thanks to her two Siberian huskies and German shepherd. They were a small, but very close-knit family, and having pets by her side made Lisa feel safe and accepted, wherever they happened to be. Their companionship over the years ultimately inspired Lisa to pursue a career in animal care.