Michele, the Office Manager/Receptionist, was born in Norfolk, VA. She has worked at Owl Creek Veterinary Hospital for 14 years. She enjoys working at Owl Creek because she loves animals and enjoys seeing and playing with the pets, along with helping the clients. She loves to read, play games, draw, and cross-stitch. Michele is the proud owner of 3 cats and 3 Dachshunds. She loves meeting, talking, and learning about new people and their families. She strongly feels that our clients are a big extended family! When asked what Owl Creek has to offer that other hospitals don’t have, she replied that “Owl Creek offers exceptional customer service and we treat each pet as if they are our own pet. We offer house calls and allow access to all parts of our building during all services.”
Owl Creek Veterinary Hospital’s experienced support staff of Client Care Specialists, Certified Veterinary Technicians, Animal Health Technicians, and Animal Care Assistants strive to provide personalized, compassionate care for our patients and clients alike.
Our hospital leadership team is committed to assembling a dedicated staff and team of compassionate professionals committed to providing exceptional client service and veterinary health care.
Marcie is one of our Customer Service Representatives. She was born in Austin, TX. She has worked at Owl Creek Veterinary Hospital for 2 years. She enjoys working at Owl creek because she enjoys how everyone that she works with genuinely cares about the well-being of the animals they treat. She loves to game, watch movies, and play with her 4 children (animals). Marcie is the proud owner of an English bulldog named Petunia, 1 cat- Jett, 1 gerbil- Chewi, and 2 guinea pigs named Lucy and Dutch. She enjoys the fact that Owl Creek has the best clients who treat their pets as members of their families. When asked what Owl Creek has to offer that other hospitals don’t have, she replied that “our doctors and staff always go above and beyond to help our clients and their pets. I love how they always are willing to see a sick pet, even if it means staying late”.
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Client Care Specialists
The Client Care Specialist role is to provide consistently outstanding client services within our veterinary hospital environment. The Client Care Specialist functions as an integral team member within the hospital team to liaison between the client and doctor as well as to support the doctors and staff for both primary and emergency care services.
Licensed Veterinary Technicians
A certified Registered Veterinary Technician directly handles inpatient and outpatient care, working hand-in-hand with veterinarians. They assist in exam rooms by taking patients’ history and vital signs; preparing vaccines; running diagnostic tests; and providing client education. Technicians directly impact doctors’ productivity, client service and patient care.
Alyssa is one of our Licensed Veterinary Technicians. She was born in Tacoma, WA. She has worked at Owl Creek Veterinary Hospital since November of 2015. She enjoys working at Owl Creek because everyone is very friendly and passionate about their jobs. She loves hiking, dry land mushing, camping, scuba diving, horseback riding, and being outside. Alyssa is the proud owner of 2 Siberian Huskies named Miko and Summit. She enjoys the fact that Owl Creek has welcomed her onto the team to help care for the pets. When asked what Owl Creek has to offer that other hospitals don’t have, she replied that “Owl Creek offers services from all areas of interest to pet owners. They provide quality medical care, but also doggy day care, boarding, grooming, and even some retail services. It’s like a one stop shop!
Julia is one of our Licensed Veterinary Technicians. She was born in Virginia. She has worked at Owl Creek Veterinary Hospital since January of 2016. She enjoys working at Owl creek because the staff is very willing to teach and there are always new things to learn. She loves crafts, music, reading, and going to the beach. Julia is the proud owner of one dog, 2 cats, rabbits, and chinchillas. She enjoys the fact that Owl Creek are willing to treat their pets, loyal, and they are not concerned about the financial aspect that goes along with owning a pet. When asked what Owl Creek has to offer that other hospitals don’t have, she replied that “Owl Creek has other services to offer (grooming, puppy day camp) and everyone is involved in patient care and dental scoring”.
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Groomers must have a combination of experience and knowledge to take proper care of their furry clients. Cleaning ears and nails, as well as trimming fur, ensures cleanliness and helps the groomer understand each dog’s general state of health. Brushing, bathing and drying dogs also falls under the umbrella of a dog groomer’s responsibilities, so having a strong knowledge of best grooming practices is critical for a proper groom.