Does your favorite feline leave you hairballs as gifts? If so, you’re not alone. Although we love cats for being meticulous groomers, it’s safe to say we don’t like finding hairy presents ar ...View Article
Stephen enjoys his career choice as lead A.M. Technician, where he can make a difference in people's/pet's lives. Steven owns one pet, a mixed breed he rescued named Molly. His hobbies include photography, playing soccer, hiking, music and movies. He enjoys helping people and family pets. He strives to make a difference by improving lives and educating clients. (With IRAH since 04/2005).
Tasha started at IRAH in 2002 as a receptionist and loved working with animals so much she worked her way into a veterinary assistant position. She is married and two sons, Nathan and Parker, and 3 wonderful pets. Her four-legged friends consist of a Beagle mix named Buster, a Lab mix named Shelby and a gray cat named Innova. She most enjoys offering comfort and care to sick animals and the rewarding smiles their family members give her. (With IRAH since 6/2002).
At age two I was introduced to a big, wet nosed Flat Coated Labrador Retriever named Snoopy; he was my best friend and also the reason I told people I was eventually going to become a veterinarian when I grow up. Many years later I still strive to meet that aspiration and continue to work toward it. I started working in an animal hospital at a young age as a kennel tech primarily scooping and cleaning.
I have learned on the job the ins and outs of veterinary medicine in the past five years along with volunteering at equine centers and wildlife sanctuaries. I love being a technician especially on emergency and surgical shifts.
I currently attend U of A for my Bachelors in Veterinary Science with the ultimate goal to advance to vet school. I own a vibrant young horse named Bella and an adorable Dachshund mix named Sebastian. (With IRAH since 12/2013)
Taylor has always been drawn to the animal care world, and even at a young age, would spend hours watching Animal Planet’s TV show, “Emergency Vets”. She completed the PCC Veterinary Assistant program in 2011, and has since worked with many types of critters with scales, feathers, or fur. She is happily married and has one fur baby, the infamous feline “Lord Bun Bun”, and loves spending any free time with them. (With IRAH since 8/2013)