Ever since I was a little girl I always knew in my heart that I wanted to work somewhere that helped animals. In 2011 I took a summer job at my local Animal shelter as a kennel technician and over time was able to shadow how Adopting out our shelter animals was like along with being able to help on emergency rescue cases as well and quickly realized that learning medicine and making a difference in animals lives was what my true calling was In 2017 I started working as a receptionist at a Veterinarian Hospital and realized from the very beginning that this is where I belong. I knew I wanted to one day be a Veterinarian Technician. I have since then trained and dedicated my life to becoming a technician. I am currently enrolled in school to become a C.V.T. and hope to specialize in wild life medicine.