Motion sickness doesn't just affect humans, but can also be a problem for our animal companions. Although the easy answer to the problem is "don't take your pet for rides in the car," it's not alw ...View Article
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Kelly, Hospital Manager
It is great to have Kelly back at CVC! She missed the clients, pets and veterinary medicine in general. Her passion for animals brought her to CVC back in 1997 when she started working here as a receptionist. Kelly is very organized and has excellent people skills, which keeps the clinic and staff running smoothly. She feels blessed to be back at CVC working with such a great staff. In her spare time she loves, gardening, reading, and going camping with her husband Glen, stepson, Jaymie and daughter, Sarah. You might see her walking her shih-tzu, Bella and Terrier mix, Oscar and we can’t leave out “Sharpie” our cool black cat.
Denise has been with us since 2008. She started out up front as a receptionist and has worked her way into every aspect of the clinic. Denise has a true passion for animals and enjoys learning all she can about the veterinary field. She worked and studied hard while she has been with us and earned her Veterinary Technicians license in May of 2015. She has a love for the Labrador Retriever and enjoys showing and hunting with her three, Tawny, Tessa and Stella. She has a small herd of Dairy goats that she enjoys showing as well. She can be seen with them at our local and state fairs. Denise has a husband that she has been with for more then 20 years, a son, Jacob and a step-daughter, Eden.
Lisa is a caring, hard working person who has a passion for veterinary medicine, and a special interest in exotic animals. She loves her job and enjoys coming to work to take care of the animals here at CVC! She started out as a hospital attendant back in 2012 and has worked her way to be a valued receptionist and Licensed Veterinary Technician. Lisa and her husband Wayne have a big fur family that consist of their 3 chocolate labs, Australian shepard, 2 chihuahuas, 2 cats and a few exotic pets. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her friends and family, going on hikes, and camping.
Kaylene started out here as a hospital attendant in March of 2007, she has worked her way up to veterinary assistant. She is a hard worker and always stays busy. She has 2 cats, Dahlia and Shorty B. In her spare time she goes paint balling, camping and spends time with friends. She is exploring the idea of becoming a licensed veterinary technician.
Heather has been with us since October of 2010. She brings her southern hospitality from her hometown of Charleston, South Carolina to the northwest. She and her husband Chris, have four adult children, Katie, Kelly, Hailey, and Michael. Their four-legged family members consist of a boxer named Baron a chocolate lab named Hope and five kitties: Marbles, Kali, Bruiser, Kiki, & Chewy. In her spare time she enjoys riding her motorcycle, reading, photography, exploring the Northwest, and spending time with family and friends.
Naomi, a soon to be a graduate of Central Washington University, started working here the summer of 2016. While her schooling is incredibly important to her, her love for animals is just as important. She has worked in the animal field for the past six years and is thrilled to expand her knowledge of animals here at Cascade Veterinary Center. She currently has two Chihuahua mixes named Missy and Randy. Although she only has two fur babies at this time, she intends to have a farm filled with animals one day. For now she is able to satisfy her need for more animals by loving on all the patients that come into the clinic.
Devon has been a hospital Attendant with CVC since 2013. She was raised in Washington and has formed bonds with the numerous cats and dogs she grew up with. Devon currently has two dogs, Brady ( a American Staffordshire Terrier), Molly ( a Blue Nose brindle Pit bull) and her Leopard Gecko Named Dexter. Her passion for animals has lead her to CVC , the veterinary field and quite plausibly the beginning of a lifelong career which already brings her endless enjoyment and fulfillment.
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