Practice Manager / Owner
In July of 1991, the owners of the Animal Medical Center called Deanna to see if she could cover for one of their receptionists. Over 25 years later, she’s still at the same clinic and now serves as part-owner and the Practice Manager!
Digital Media Coordinator
Learning about nature and animals came easily to Janel while she was growing up; she’s had a passion for biology and the sciences for as long as she can remember. As she got older and started volunteering and working with pets in the professional world, she started to realize that she had a knack for connecting with other animal owners just like herself. For Janel, a career in the field of veterinary medicine is only natural!
Liz grew up on a ranch in Gillette, where animal care was a natural part of life from day one. She remembers playing “vet” alongside her sister and brother, and even helped her father tend to the family horses. It didn’t take long for Liz to realize that a career in veterinary medicine was the perfect choice for her!
Veterinary Technician, Nutritional Specialist
Tara has always had a soft spot for animals, but never suspected that she would find herself working in the veterinary field. Shortly after beginning her veterinary journey here at the Animal Medical Center of Wyoming, though, she was hooked! Tara has now been serving pets professionally for over 10 years.
Amber was an active member in the 4-H and Future Farmers of America organizations while growing up here in Gillette. For her, animal care has always been a natural part of life. She likes to say that she didn’t choose the veterinary profession—it chose her! Amber has been a Veterinary Technician with the Animal Medical Center of Wyoming for more than nine years.
As a little girl, Leisa recalls helping her parents with the family pets’ nail trims, baths, and ear cleanings. These experiences made a permanent impression—Leisa loved the work, and it didn’t take long for her to realize that a career in the veterinary world was the perfect choice! Now, she feels proud and fortunate to help pets every day as a Veterinary Technician.
Whitney grew up in a large family full of animal-lovers, and she’s always had an interest in working with the public; she finds the ultimate reward in connecting with another human being and improving their day. For Whitney, a career in veterinary medicine is the perfect way to combine her customer-service skills and her love of pets!
Chelsea first began as a member of the Animal Medical Center of Wyoming team when she was still in high school—she completed mentorship requirements here at the clinic, and ended up loving the work and her hospital family so much that she never left! Chelsea is now proud to serve the area’s pets as a Veterinary Technician.
Certified Veterinary Technician
Charlene was born and raised right here in Gillette, where she would constantly help friends and family with animals on their ranches. She’s always had a natural affinity with the earth’s creatures—for her, a career in the world of veterinary medicine simply makes sense!
Both Tracy’s grandparents and great-grandparents dry-farmed in Idaho, and her childhood visits made a permanent impression. Her grandfather trained horses and had a deep appreciation for animals—Tracy believes that her passion for pet care came from him. She couldn’t be happier to utilize her skillset and compassion to better the lives of the area’s pets!
Kacie is a pet owner herself, and knows just how much loyalty, love, and joy our animal companions bring. For her, nothing beats being able to make a real difference in the lives of the area’s pets! She’s been a member of the hospital family ever since her senior year of high school—Kacie tends to the area’s four-legged friends as a Veterinary Technician.
Pet Food and Boarding Specialist
Esther grew up around the family pets—her mother always told her that she’s adored animals ever since she could crawl. Esther is also a natural caregiver and wants to do everything in her power to help others. For her, working in the veterinary field allows her to combine her innate compassion and her love of pets in one rewarding career!
Todd grew up at the base of the Big Horn Mountains on a ranch in Dayton, Wyoming. It was there that a lifelong love of animal care first blossomed—Todd’s passion simply never wavered! Now, he gets to help creatures large and small as a Veterinary Technician with the Animal Medical Center of Wyoming team.
Amanda is a Gillette native and grew up with all sorts of animals—her childhood retriever mix, Blue, inspired her journey in pet care. She’s wanted to work in a veterinarian’s office for as long as she can remember! Amanda is proud to serve her hometown’s pets and animal owners as a Veterinary Technician with the Animal Medical Center of Wyoming family.
Patient Care Coordinator
Stasi receives a great deal of satisfaction from seeing a furry patient’s positive results after treatment. Recently, the Animal Medical Center of Wyoming care team helped a three-year-old springer spaniel return to an active life after a serious medical issue. When Stasi saw this playful young dog bouncing through the hospital’s front door, she was overjoyed that Tex had regained his energetic nature and zest for life. Stasi was thrilled that she could play a part in this handsome dog’s recovery!
Certified Veterinary Technician
Christi has loved animals for as long as she can remember. In high school, she made a decision: she was going to follow her dream of caring for pets professionally! Now, she’s a Certified Veterinary Technician here at the Animal Medical Center of Wyoming.
Certified Veterinary Technician
Growing up in an agricultural community right here in Gillette, Kim’s interest in animal health was piqued at an early age. Doctoring sick cattle on her family’s ranch made her want to learn about all the “how’s” and “why’s!” Becoming a Veterinary Technician was the perfect way for Kim to work with pets daily while continuing to learn everything she could about animals.
Kennel Crew Supervisor
Growing up in Gillette, Dina remembers watching her father give her family’s horses vaccinations and repairing minor injuries. She was fascinated, and her interest in animal care never wavered as she got older. Now, Dina is the Kennel Crew Supervisor here at the Animal Medical Center of Wyoming!
Carol spent part of her childhood as a farm hand on her family’s South Dakota farm, where her initial interest in animal welfare was sparked. When a strain of distemper worked its way through their cat population, Carol was devastated. She decided right then and there that she wanted to dedicate herself to saving pets’ lives!