Our Staff

 

Caroline, Hospital Manager

 

Biography coming soon!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Melanie, Veterinary Assistant

 

Melanie is a Veterinary Technician who joined the Forest Glen Animal Hospital team in June 2012. Her responsibilities include assisting our veterinarians during exams, monitoring routine surgery, taking and developing X-rays, building client and patient relationships and keeping the hospital clean and organized. She is pursuing a degree in biology.
 
"What makes working at this veterinary hospital special is the respectful and caring environment," she says. "We all share the same goals of caring and practicing the best medicine for all the animals we see."
 
Melanie has a blue nose Pitbull named Bowser. She enjoys spending her free time with her friends, family and her dog. Her hobbies include playing soccer and going on random adventures.

Rebecca, Veterinary Assistant
 
Rebecca joined us here at Forest Glen Animal Hospital in September of 2017 working full time as one of our amazing Veterinary Assistants. What Rebecca considers as the best part of her job is getting to see sick patients improve and get better. Some of her daily responsibilities include assisting with surgeries, restraining patients, assisting in the exam room, filling prescriptions, and client education.
 
“The location is convenient, and my coworkers are great, funny, and very intelligent” is how Rebecca feels about working for us at Forest Glen. She has been working as a Veterinary Assistant since 2013. In her free time, Rebecca likes to spend time with her son or watch movies.

 

 

Asalah, Veterinary Assistant
 
Biography coming soon!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Michael, Veterinary Assistant
 
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Shannon, Veterinary Technician
 
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Kim, Kennel Technician

 

Meet Kim, one of our top-notch Kennel Technicians here at Forest Glen Animal Hospital. Kim helps around the office by caring for boarding dogs and cats, feeding animals, cleaning the runs and cages that our animals stay in, fulfilextra tender-loving-care duties like cuddles, play time, long walks, and bath times. Kim also helps our doctors and technicians when needed, and helps to maintain the pristine conditions of our hospital facilities.
 
Kim has been working in the animal field for over 17 years, working as a dog handler who would supervise play groups, be responsible for long walks, feeding, and bathroom breaks. Before her involvement here at Forest Glen, Kim also worked as a Veterinary Assistant caring for animals that came in, tending to boarding animals, and keeping the hospital clean.
 
Kim started working at Forest Glen Animal Hospital in January of 2017. Since then, she has brought about a level of compassion and patience for all animals, but enjoys working with senior or special-needs pets the most. “I enjoy working at Forest Glen Animal Hospital because the positive attitude of the staff. When being trained, it is done with patience and positivity,” proclaims Kim.
 
Away from the office, Kim enjoys reading, hiking, and running. She is a member of Dog Rescue at The Dog House, and has a 7-year-old dog, named Lou.
 

Neil, Kennel Attendant
 
Biography coming soon!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Jessica, Receptionist
 
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Sammie, Cat Clinic/Mascot 
 
What more of a purrfect welcome to our hospital could you receive than being greeted by our Clinic Cat/Mascot, Sammie the cat? Sammie serves as a professional greeter in the front of our lobby here at Forest Glen Animal Hospital and can be found often sitting on the refrigerator in the back. Sammie also helps oversee hospital flow and enjoys having the largest group of dog and cat friends, including their people caregivers.
 
Sammie joined the Forest Glen team in 2011, after achieving a Masters in Phantompawology. One of the other jobs Sammie has held includes being a professional housecat. Some of the unique attributes that Sammie brings to our hospital include having a soft and hairy body that keeps him and his human friends comfy and provides warmth. Sammie is also very helpful in calming down his human companions with his gentle purring.
 
“I love working here because of all of the things I get to see every day and getting to meet all the cool dogs and then antagonizing the cats because they're in my house,” Sammie says. “In my free time, I groom myself, I've dabbled in professional modeling on the side, I love rolling around with my toys with cat nip and caressing my humans' faces when I snuggle with them.”