The reception team are the helpful people who answer your phone calls, relay information and questions to the technical staff and always greet you with a smile! Meet our experienced receptionists!
Receptionist & H.R.
When Lily is not answering phones or helping clients in reception, she is busy doing her best to make sure that all of the staff needs and paperwork are taken care of in her human resource position. Lily truly enjoys traveling everywhere from Hawaii to the Bahamas and always has to check out the local zoo at her vacation destination. When not at the clinic or on vacation, Lily can be found enjoying her time spent with her husband, house full of dogs of all sizes, her fantastic cockatoo, and fabulously friendly cat.
I chose to become a Veterinary Receptionist because I have always been fascinated by veterinary diagnostics and care. My every day goal is to educate clients and always make them feel welcome. I like to spend time with my daughter April, and my pets Gizmo, Scrappy, and Paws. My pets mean the world to me. I have been working at the clinic for about 13 years now and it is the best change I could have make in my life.
I am a Veterinary Receptionist and a Veterinary Assistant because I have always had a love for animals. Everyday my goal is to be as clear as possible so our clients leave understanding their visits without further questions. I love to spend time with my cat Mowgli and my hedgehog Gigi. My pets make me happy and are a stress reliever after our busy, hectic days. On my days off, I work with reptiles and amphibians at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo.
Marcy is our newest receptionist and we are proud to be her gateway to the wonderful world of Veterinary Medicine. Marcy has a passion for animals, especially dogs and is
fascinated by canine behavior and the bond between man and dog.
She also dreams of someday owning a small animal shelter. In her free time Marcy makes mixed media art, enjoys collecting coins, key chains, crafty embellishments and house plants and loves the outdoors.
I wanted to be a Veterinary Receptionists because the work combines my many years of customer service with my lifelong love of animals. My goal is always to make clients and their pets feel welcome and answer their questions as clearly as possible. My personal mantra is “to be the person my dog thinks I cam”. I spend time with my mom, brother, rescued dog and cat, and my horse. I love the end of the day when I come home and my dog and cat greet me with snuggles and kisses. My horse is smart and funny and is definitely my stress antidote, but they all make me smile!