The Veterinary Assistant is the right hand to the Veterinary Technician and Doctor. They spend their days assisting during examinations, setting up for and helping during surgery and treatments, educating our clients and caring for your pets. These are just some of their many responsibilities. Meet our experienced Veterinary Assistants!
Facilities Manager, Veterinary Assistant
When Keith is not responsible for the upkeep of our facilities and our beautiful landscaping, he is working on the floor as a veterinary assistant. Keith enjoys falconry, training for triathlons and outdoor activities.
Lead Veterinary Assistant
Lindsey leads and oversees the assistant team, making sure everything runs smoothly! Lindsey earned her Associate’s Degree in American Sign Language in 2017 from Onondaga Community College. She loves to be outdoors hiking or camping and at the end of her day she goes home to a Pit Bull and a three-legged Westie, as well as 2 rescue cats.
Erin has been with the clinic since 2013 and came with previous veterinary experience. Her constant positive attitude and cheerfulness is a joy for both staff and clients and she has a special interest in preventative care. She loves spending time with her grumpy Great Dane and loves horses.
Meghanne joined us in October 2018 as a Veterinary Assistant with 5 years of experience in the field. She graduated from Onondaga Community College with a degree in Liberal Arts and plans to pursue her license online at San Juan College to become a Veterinary Technician. Meghanne has a household of rescued furry family members and enjoys spending time with them and her horses and she has a passion for helping all animals.
Rheannea has been with Cicero Animal Clinic since 2018 starting off as a kennel assistant. She graduated from Paul V Moore High School in 2019, and started to continue her higher education at SUNY Polytechnic Institute of Technology for Health Information Management. Once COVID-19 hit, she decided to take a halt on education and enlist to serve in the Air National Guard while also working full-time at the clinic. Eventually, she intends on pursuing her Veterinary Technician license through San Juan College. In her spare time, Rheannea enjoys competitive strongman, playing bass guitar, spending time with her kitties, as well as snowmobiling.
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