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Castie_pic.jpgCasie Stone

Casie started as a veterinary assistant in 2006. She grew up with a love for animals, and always knew any job she had would be centered around them. She has competed with horses for the last 12 years and continues to ride whenever she can. After graduating high school, she moved to Flagstaff to pursue a Zoology degree at Northern Arizona University. She moved back to complete an internship with Reid Park Zoo in the summer of 2011 and has been a part of the Ina team since. In her down time, she currently volunteers at one of the local Wildlife Rescues here in town and enjoys spending time with her Border Collie mix, Tucker. (With IRAH since 2/2011)

molly_pic.jpgBarbara Devine

Barbara was born and raised in New York City and has always had a large number of pets growing up.  She has tremendous love and compassion for all animals. She has been fascinated with the animal science field since childhood.

After graduating from St. John’s University with a B.S. Degree in Criminal Justice and Psychology, Barbara worked as a Special Agent for the Drug Enforcement Administration.
She moved to Arizona in 2001 and has been working in the Vet field since 2007.

Barbara is owned by her two Australian Shepherds, Kilo & Narc.
Barbara spends the majority of her free time with her two dogs, her husband and at the gym.

Barbara has a strong passion for fitness and health and enjoys running, biking, all sports, Bikram Yoga, playing the Alto saxophone and scrapbooking. (With IRAH since 4/2013)

terri_pic.jpgBeth Yanka

Beth was born in Hawaii, but raised in Tucson. She is an 8 year Army veteran, attending the Pima Community College Veterinary Technician Program. She is owned by a Great Dane mix named Athena and her two cats, Blackjack and Julia. Her Hobbies include reading, writing, and karaoke. (With IRAH since 5/2013) 

stephanie.jpgStefanie Saddler

If at the tender age of five you had asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up, without any hesitation I would have replied a Police Officer. But growing up with a very persistent mother whose love of animals outshined that of her kids it was insisted upon that one of her daughters work with animals. When a local veterinarian offered me the

chance to train and work as a technician the very real fear of my mother allowed me to take this veterinarian up on her offer. And so I have remained for the last four years, and have enjoyed every minute of it. I have been involved in rescue organizations since before I could drive; fostering hundreds of kittens and dogs. I am the mother to a wonderful, snorting pug: Mathew Grady. I am also the humble servant to three cats who hate each other as much as they hate their canine siblings. While the world of law enforcement still calls out to me, I have put it on hold, focusing instead on the fuzzy, wet-nosed critters that have brought me so much joy over the years. (With IRAH since 3/2007).

Marya.jpgMarya Kline

Marya's love for animals encouraged her to study veterinary technology at Apollo College. This has led to the beginning of her technician career which has been extremely fulfiling. Marya loves being a part of the healing process for animals in need. Her hobbies include movies, reading, and dancing. She enjoys any food as long as it includes jalapenos and any soda that is on sale. Marya enjoys spending time with her husband and spoiling her son Ayden. She shares her home with 3 cats (Scout, Zen, and Texas) and her Shih-Tzu (Roxi). (With IRAH since 7/2011)

marisa_pic.JPGMarisa Anaya

Marisa developed a deep compassion and love for animals at a young age. She earned her Veterinary Assistant diploma and has been working in the field ever since. She enjoys her job immensely. On her days off, she loves spending time with her six cats, two dogs, two turtles, and a guinea pig. Her hobbies include Zumba, hiking, and searching for cat figurines at local thrift stores. Marisa is known as the "Crazy Cat Lady" and embraces it to the fullest extent. (With IRAH since 12/2010) 

Marya.jpgHeather Baird

Heather has always had a passion for animals. A year after she graduated high school, she decided to go to PMI and has been working in the veterinary field ever since. It brings her great joy knowing she is helping animals with their health needs. Heather has one kitty of her own. In her free time, she likes spending time with her husband and kids, cooking/baking, watching movies, cross-stitching, and listening to music. (With IRAH since 06/2009).

IMG_2273.JPGDamian Dominguez

Right after graduating from Tucson High, Damian attended Pima Community College where he demonstrated a strong interest in learning medicine. Damian has worked in the medical field since  2007. He first worked in human medicine before transferring his passion to Veterinary Medicine. In his free time, he spends it with his two beautiful daughters. Together, they enjoy outdoor recreation activities and anything adventurous. (With IRAH since 10/2010)

Marya.jpgRobin Stoner

Robin was born in Canandaigua, New York and raised in Arizona. Robin has started rescuing animals at a young age with her mother and often times managed to bring home a pet or two. In her youth, Robin raised rabbits as pets and also for competition in 4-H.  Robin is owned by a Pit bull named Clyde and two Dachshunds, Ares who is have been a part of her family since a puppy and Nike was rescued into the family when she was two. Her love for animals is the reason she decided to return to school and is currently attending the Pima Community College Veterinary Technician Program. (With IRAH since 7/2014)

Marya.jpgCindy Rothpletz

Cindy loves working at Ina Road Animal Hospital. She realized at a young age she wanted to work with animals. She has had several opportunities during her education to work with them including an internship at the zoo and working at a horse center. These experiences led her to the Ina Road Animl Hospital family. She has three flower girls - Lily, Violet, and Dahlia. (With IRAH since 7/2002)