Client Service Representative


Where did you grow up?
That story itself is a really long one, so I’ll try to keep it simple. I was born in Utah and my family and I moved to New Hampshire when I was 6 years old. In New Hampshire, we had a German themed B&B/ restaurant for a few years, then my parents decided to take the restaurant mobile with a food truck! I spent most of my teen years living on the road and traveling the country until I graduated high school and flew the nest to have an adventure of my own. It was an amazing way to grow up and I wouldn’t have changed it for anything.

What was your first pet?:
My very first pet of my own was a cute little car that I got on my 8th birthday. I named her Cleopatra. Turns out, Cleopatra was actually a male. His name then became Cleopatrick.

Favorite part about working with animals?:
I think my favorite part about working with animals is the fact that I get to bond with so many unique personalities every day. I also love meeting clients who look or act like their pet. It’s the best.

If I could be any animal I would be:
I would definitely be a Mountain Goat. Think about it, these animals live on the sides of mountains in some of the harshest conditions, but love it. It’s hard for predators to catch them and they get to spend their lives roaming around cliff-sides with amazing views and finding neat plants to eat. They live my dream life.

Best way to spend a Saturday:
On the perfect Saturday, I’ll start by waking up in my tent, somewhere in the mountains by a gorgeous lake. I get a fire started and warm my bones with some yoga while pancakes cook on my cast-iron pan. I sip my coffee, grab my camera, and spend the entire day hitting the trails and paddle boarding; not a worry on my mind save for my camera battery and whether or not I brought enough snacks. When the sun goes down, I’ll snuggle up by the fire with my friends and smile as we devour s’mores and they all attempt to play my banjo.




Please take the time to read our complimentary blogs below.

Five Issues To Watch Out For In Your Cat

Health issues can affect cats at any time, but they can be the most damaging at the early stages of a cat’s life. Diseases and infections can hit kittens especially hard given their fragile nature, so it’s important to monitor their health closely during these... read more

Five Ways to Dog Proof Your Backyard

If you’re a dog owner, you do everything you can to keep your dog safe and healthy. That likely means dog proofing your home so that it is as safe as can be. While many pet owners know the hidden dangers that lurk inside one’s home, few realize that the outdoors can... read more

Should You Get a Puppy

Few things in life are as cute and cuddly as a puppy (except maybe a kitten) and even fewer things add as much joy to your life. But, as wonderful as puppies are, that doesn’t mean they don’t come without their headaches and hassles. If you’re considering adopting a... read more

Why Your Pet Smells

Does your pet have a certain aroma that can’t be ignored any more…no matter how hard you try? In other (less nice) words, does your pet stink? If you have a smelly pet, don’t stress! Your pet isn’t the first (or last) animal with an odor problem. To rid your pet... read more

After Care For Pets Following Surgery

At Hillside Animal Hospital we use minimally invasive surgery techniques so that your pet undergoes less trauma and recovery time is minimized. While minimally invasive surgery is safer for your pet than traditional invasive procedures, proper post-op care is still... read more

Caring for your senior pet

Everyone knows that a puppy’s needs are different from those of a grown dog.  So, doesn’t it make sense that senior dogs (and cats) have their own specific needs as well? The reality is senior pets have special care requirements because of their unique age-related... read more