I have worked at CCAH for almost a year now. I have never enjoyed working in another office as I do here. I love that our priority is our patients. I also love how passionate all of our employees are, and the very valuable relationships we build with our clients I look forward to getting to know our current and future patients and clients! handling for dogs and cats. Another aspect of my job that I enjoy doing is critical patient care. It is very fulfilling to nurse our sick patients back to health with time spent walking, cleaning, feeding, medicating, and showing affection to each animal. I hope to further my career here at Cerbat Cliffs Animal Hospital and continue to care for my pet patients as if they were my own.
I have been working at CCAH since January 2018. Since I was young, I have been torn between creating a career in the business or medical field. I decided to pursue a career in business and am currently working on my business degree. Animals have always had a special place in my heart, so I have found a great place where I get to work with animals and am still involved in the business tasks of the clinic. I love working with our current clients and patients and look forward to meeting our future ones.
I started working at Cerbat Cliffs Animal Hospital in 2015 as a receptionist, since then I have transitioned into the Clinic Manager. I have three dogs of my own, two Dachshunds and one Miniature Australian Shepherd. Helping your babies from scheduling an appointment, to giving them loves and keeping up on their medical cases is so rewarding. I am so lucky to work with all of the pats and amazing owners that I do. I could not imagine doing anything else!
I began working at Cerbat Cliffs in 2005 when I moved to Kingman from Southern California. I was a head technician working with the doctors and animals before recently moving to the receptionist team. I am passionate about all animals and excel with birds and exotics. I enjoy interacting with clients and their precious pets and treat all animals that come into the clinic as if they were my own.