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Veterinary Technicians and Assistants
Elizabeth and Tonka
Elizabeth is originally from Snellville, Ga. She has had a love or animals since she was a little girl. Elizabeth attended and graduated from Gwinnett Technical College, Veterinary Technician Program. She also has her Bachelors degree in Animal Science and Certified Veterinary Assistant. Elizabeth has 3 dogs and 2 cats of her own and enjoys spending time with her family, being outdoors, horseback riding and hiking.
Liberty is a native of Walton County and attended Monroe Area Comprehensive High School, after which she joined the Army as a Military Police Officer. She then returned to the Monroe Area where she worked as an Animal Control Officer for The City of Monroe Police Department before completing her Associate's degree. In the veterinary field she has worked as Kennel Supervisor, Grooming Assistant and currently Veterinary Assistant.
Liberty has raised, trained and shown Bernese Mountain Dogs, Quarter Houses and Miniature Horses. She currently shares her home with 4 quarter horses, 2 Blue Heelers, a Bernese Mountain Dog, 2 cats and depending on the time of the year, several squirrels. Oh and her Husband.
Trina grew up in Dunwoody Georgia. She attended the University of Georgia studying Animal Science and Microbiology. She has been in the Veterinary Medicine field since 1998. She also enjoys reading, advocating per adoption, spending time with her 3 dogs, 2 cats and her human family.
Ashley was born and raised in Georgia. She graduated from Grayson High School in 2012. Ashley was especially interested in the field of Veterinary Medicine. She currently resides in Walton county with her dogs Hurley and Brownie along with her cat Snowhite. In her spare time she enjoys going the park and spending time with her pets. Ashley's favorite part of being in the Veterinary field is the variety of personalities that she gets to meet on a daily basis working with the animals.
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