Becka graduated from Murray State University with a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture with an emphasis in Veterinary Technology. Her own pets include Ardy the Quarter horse, Vera the rabbit and Blue the Blue Heeler dog. Her family also has an Australian Shepherd named Sydney who was a rescue from the Haymen fires in Colorado and without any formal training has become a seizure alert dog for one of her family members. She loves being part of a team that is able to make a positive impact on the lives of our patients.
Jessica is a graduate of Murray State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Agriculture, specializing in Pre-Veterinary Medicine and Animal Health Technology. She shares her home with Sparkey the one-eyed Shih Tzu and Buttons the Tuxedo cat. One aspect of her job that she really enjoys is improving the lives of our patients and enhanced client education.
Amanda is a graduate of Murray State University with a Bachelors in Agriculture. She enjoys the variety of animals that she gets to work with daily. Away from work, she spends time with her Saint Bernard, Libby.
Desirae is a graduate of Murray State University with a BS in Agriculture with an emphasis on Veterinary Technology, a Master of Science, and a Certification in Veterinary Hospital Management. She has Koda, a Border Collie mix who spent time as an “assistant instructor” at MSU helping pre-vet and vet tech students develop their basic skills while Desirae served as a Graduate assistant. She enjoys using her many skills to enhance the lives of the patients here at Wills Animal Hospital.
Bethany, graduated from Owensboro Community Technical College with an Associate Degree of Applied Science in Veterinary Technology. Her family includes Dixie the Golden Retriever and a long haired cat named Kitten. She thinks her coworkers are nice which helps create a fun and friendly place to work.
Courtney (Lead Technician)- A graduate of Baker College in Flint, Michigan with an Associate of Applied Science degree in Veterinary Technology, Courtney moved here with her Corgi, Bonnie. She has since added Kimber (German Shepherd) and Karma( Black Lab) to her family along with Charlie the cat. She enjoys meeting new people and their pets and working with her fellow Techs along side the Doctors to provide them the best possible care.
Chelsea is a graduate of Murray State University with a BA in Animal Health Technology. She finds pleasure in watching the animals in her care improve and recover from illness. Her family includes her dogs Max and Schatze and her cats – Andy, Bonnie, Doug, Tipper and Smeagle.
Crissy is a graduate of Apollo High School and has 14 years of experience working as a veterinary assistant. She enjoys working with the animals and helping educate their owners on how to care for their pets to create a healthy lifestyle. She strives to make every vet visit as positive as possible for both pet and owner. She shares her life with Pedro the Chihuahua and 3 cats- Tinkerbell, Fuzz and Toby.
Danielle comes to us with an Associates degree in Animal Science from Owensboro Technical College. She enjoys working as a surgical assistant and being able to work with the animals in the Treatment area. Her family includes Bella the former show cat, Henry the Persian cat and Tinsel who she bottle fed and raised from birth. Rounding out her 4 legged family is Ginger the Dogue de Bordeaux.
Judy graduated from Apollo High School. She takes great pleasure in being able to offer comfort and care to the animals that come in, and the opportunity to get to know their owners. She shares her home with 5 cats – Maggie Mae, Jodi, Joy, Momma Flo and Little Emma and her 2 standard poodles, Morgan and Nicole.
Jessica C is an OCTC graduate with an Associate degree in Veterinary Technology. Her family hosts quite a variety of animals including her dogs Shooter, Laney and Miss Pearl; Missy, Penny, Jackie and Little T the horses, 5 cows, a chicken named Tweetie and ducks – including Blinky who only has 1 eye. She enjoys being able to work with a wide array of animals and using her abilities to help others by caring for their pets.
Julia graduated from OCTC with an Associate Degree in Applied Science from the Veterinary Technology program. She has 3 dogs: Maggie and Sadie the beagles and Drake who is a boxer/lab mix. She enjoys meeting the clients at Wills Animal Hospital and working with the different animals. She likes that every day is exciting and that her coworkers are as passionate about their job as she is.
Aliyah is a graduate of OCTC with an Associate degree in Veterinary Technology. She shares her home with 2 Dachshunds: Otto and Henry. She enjoys meeting the pets and their owners and developing relationships with them to provide the best care possible.
Morgan graduated from Daviess Co. High School and attends OCC, pursuing a BSN. She enjoys the variety of animals she gets to work with. Her own pets include May the pony, her dogs Lady and Johnny Cash, Bagherra the cat and Squirt the turtle.
Tonya is a graduate of Daviess Co. High School and OCC. She enjoys working with animals and the feeling she gets every day from helping them. She has a large pet family including gold fish, numerous chickens; Bitzy, Bandit, Brooke and Peyton the goats; Spastic, Magic, Creek, Lil Kitty and Leo the cats; Fancy, Ipod and Tipper the dogs and Dunkin and Dixon the donkies who has been in the newspaper several times and volunteers at live nativity scenes during Christmas.
Renee- Info Coming Soon.
Kim enjoys talking with clients in depth, getting to know them and seeing how much they love their pets. She adopted her lab/Pyrenees mix Pearl from a rescue who had a litter of puppies needing homes. Pearl was the only girl in the litter and it was love at first sight.
Leigha is a native of McLean County . Her family includes Milo the Pomeranian and Murphy the German Shepherd. Her favorite part of her job at Wills Animal Hospital is getting to learn something new every day.
Jessica is a graduate of Deltona High and Daytona State. She shares her home with Sky the cat and Starla the Basset Hound. Jessica is proud of the high quality treatment options available for pet care at Wills Animal Hospital and enjoys working with the doctors and staff.
Lisa is a Kentucky Wesleyan graduate with a degree in Zoology. She enjoys spending her days working with animals in a variety of situations. Her family includes her horses Kapriole, Sage and Buttercup; her cats Lilly, Phoebe, Simba and Dewey; and her dogs Roman and Dash that she rescued from the shelter.
Andrea started work as a large animal veterinary assistant and enjoyed getting to know many of the clinic’s equine clients. She now spends her time working in the clinic managing inventory and getting to know the small animal clients too. Her family includes her dogs Buster, Grace Ann, Cami and Cadiz and her cat Marmley, who are all rescues.
Cindy graduated from Purdue University as a Vet Tech. She enjoys the variety in activities that her job brings daily. Her 4 legged kids include Ricky Monkey the cat and her 5 Shelties – Banner, Seth, Jeremy, Missy Boo and Dexter Smidgen who she shows in Rally and has been to national competition with twice. Outside of work she teaches classes in Obedience and Rally at the local kennel club.
Jessika attended Seminole High School in Florida and took some classes at Florida Southwestern. Her family includes Monty the Chiweenie and her cat, Rebel. Her favorite part of her job is the feeling she is helping pets.
Allie graduated from Apollo High School and is now in the Vet Tech Program at OCTC. Her family includes her Australian Shepherd, Riley, and her cat Tom. Allie enjoys getting to take care of the variety of animals that come in to Wills Animal Hospital
Mallory- Info Coming Soon
Kili- Info Coming Soon.
Lexie is a first year student at OCTC enrolled in the Vet Tech Program. She has a horse named Shianne, a Boxer named Kallie and a Shih Tzu named Emme who was adopted through Sparky. Lexie says when she first got Emme she was very shy of humans because of her bad experience with them, but she has blossomed into a wonderful dog after lots of TLC. Lexie enjoys taking care of animals and meeting the humans who love them.
Mr. Darcy is serving as "Personnel Manager" over the staff responsible for feeding and caring for the animals housed in our kennel facilities. Originally a member of the private sector, he came to us after developing health issues that require a medically supervised diet. He is quite vocal in his instructions to the staff and demands punctuality with regards to the filling of all food bowls.
Hi my name is Sassafras! I've been a clinic resident for almost 3 years. All the wonderful doctors and staff helped save my life and nurse me back to health. Mr. Darcy donated some blood so I could live! Now I'm so active and happy. I run around the clinic everyday playing with lots of toys and getting petted by all of the staff. Just like my name, I am a little sassy! I'm a big help and great at supervision... Don't know what they would do without me!
In Memory of Lucky
He served faithfully for over 12 years with a kind heart and generous spirit.
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