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Favorite part of working with animals?
My favorite part of working with animals is being a voice for them and an advocate for animal welfare. It is very rewarding to be able to work with animals at the rescues and give them a whole new perspective on life.

Dream vacation:
My dream vacation would be going to Thailand to work at an elephant sanctuary and also studying animal behavior.

If a could be any animal I would be:
A wolf. They are very social animals and work as a team within their pack to survive. Out of the seven natural behaviors, protective behavior is the most prominent in wolf packs. They will not fight with one another because if a member of their pack is injured, it will lessen their chances of survival as a whole. I find their behavioral patterns quite interesting and have always enjoyed watching wolves interact with one another.

Best way to spend a Saturday:
Waking up early for a trail ride on horseback. Most of my Saturdays are spent in the saddle riding my horses or volunteering at the local equine rescues.

Year you started working in the veterinary field:
I started working in the veterinary field in 2016 with an equine dentist. I had changed my career path that year and decided to study large animal medicine after studying holistic wellness for quite some time.




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Use of Marijuana and CBD in Dogs and Cats

Hillside Animal Hospital's Veterinarians Weigh In   With medical marijuana and CBD products booming in human medicine, there has been a lot of talk and curiosity about the benefits that this magical plant can do for our pets. However, before you run to your nearest...

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Top Reasons Dogs and Cats Vomit During Holidays

‘Tis the season for presents, candy, and holiday cheer! The Holiday season is an exciting time of the year; however, it can bode dangerous for your pet if you aren’t considering them in your shopping and decorating.  If your cat or dog is vomiting, having a seizure,...

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I Found Bumps on My Dog’s Body

Bumps on a Dog's Body Can Mean Many Things...   Lumps or bumps could mean a number of different things for your pet and their skin. Bumps on a pet’s skin could be anything from fluid build-up or a fatty cyst to cancer.  Here in Arizona, bumps on a dog's skin can...

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Heartworm Disease Alert: Is Your Pet Protected?

A dog that lived his entire life in Fountain Hills has recently been tested positive for the dreaded heartworm disease.  heartworm disease prevention options make it easier than ever to keep pets protected.  We want to stress that heartworm disease is becoming more...

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A Wellness Revolution: Laser Therapy for Our Pets

When our pets experience any sort of pain or discomfort, it can be difficult to find ways to provide them relief beyond traditional surgeries or medication. In recent years, veterinary medicine has been dedicated to improving the use of cold-laser therapy on patients...

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