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Ryan has been working in the veterinary field for over 10 years and is very
knowledgeable in the field. Growing up, Ryan always was a pet lover. When
he was young his first pet was a Black Labrador who was a fire rescue dog
named Lady, having her really sparked his interest in the field. He is now
our head technician here at South Hills Animal Hospital. Ryan is very
friendly and will always assure that you and your pet are receiving the
Tiffany is currently a student in hopes of becoming a veterinarian in the near future. Growing up as an animal lover, this field of work has always been a passion of hers. Tiffany enjoys working with animals and their owners. She is friendly and is always willing to help!
Janelle is the newest member here at South Hills Animal Hospital, but she has been working in the veterinary field for 6 years.She is currently attending the RVT program at Mount San Antonio College. Janelle will always make sure you have the best experience here. She loves all animals but has a special interest in cattle. She has a terrier named Bubbles that she goes home to every night.
Astrid has been working in the animal field for four years. She started caring for animals at a very young age and knew this was the field for her. She has a 7 year old Spaniel and hopes to open her home to another furry friend in the near future. Astrid is kind,friendly and always happy to lend a paw.
Elizabeth is currently going to Mount San Antonio college to become a RVT. She has always had a love and passion for working and caring for animals since she was little. She has 3 dogs Rocky, Foxie and Max that she loves and cares for so much. She is friendly, patient and always excited to meet new furry friends that walk into the hospital.