Meet the folks who make it all happen. We see big potential in every moment, and care deeply about what we do every day.
Joined the Team in 2017
Lindsey graduated from LAMP High School and now attends Auburn University. She is studying Animal Science with a focus on business. Lindsey is involved in her sorority, Tri Delta, Pre-Veterinary Medical Association, and Auburn University Dance Marathon.
Lindsey realized her passion for animals at an early age and started helping take care of all the science lab animals at her elementary school, in the process deciding she wanted to become a veterinarian as a career. She has worked at a veterinarian clinic since she was 16.
Joined the Team in 2006
Hugo is an extremely valuable member of our staff. He is our groomer and animal caretaker. As animal caretaker, Hugo takes great pride in his job of feeding, exercising, and providing hygiene for the animals being housed at The Animal Clinic. Hugo is undoubtedly by far the best animal caretaker that has ever worked in the long history of The Animal Clinic. Hugo’s heart is Benny, his 120 pound “gentle giant” Rottweiler.
Among his many duties, Hugo also serves as our translator for our growing Hispanic clientele. Above all, everyone of our clients love Hugo. Hugo has a huge heart and will do everything in his power to take the best care of your pets and to please you.
Joined the Team in 2014
Jim is a native of Pennsylvania. After serving several years in the Air Force and living and working in Georgia after leaving the Air Force, he moved to Montgomery. Jim is experienced in technology and has been a tremendous asset bringing The Animal Clinic to the forefront of veterinary medical technology.
Jim loves animals especially lapdogs (i.e. small breed dogs). Jim is a very likable person and his attention to detail has been a great addition to the staff of The Animal Clinic.
Kylee has always known she wanted to work with animals, but she wasn’t sure in exactly what capacity. When presented with the opportunity to join The Animal Clinic’s team, she jumped at the chance. Kylee knew immediately this was the right career path for her – not just for the money or because she enjoys interacting with animals, but because she feels strongly that every creature deserves to be treated with dignity and respect. Being a voice for the voiceless is Kylee’s true calling in life.
Kylee started her journey right here at The Animal Clinic during her junior year of high school. She is currently enrolled at Auburn and is pursuing her bachelor’s in animal science with pre-vet studies. One of the things Kylee enjoys most about her job is the amount of hands-on experience she receives as a learning student. Clinically, she enjoys assisting with and watching surgeries because she finds it complex and interesting. She also likes interpreting x-rays and ultrasounds.
At home, Kylee lives with her mother and stepfather, their golden retriever named Oakley, and their Maine coon mix, Maui. She also owns a sassy pony named Stella and a quirky off the track thoroughbred named Oliver. Oakley is extremely smart and can find her ball just about anywhere. Maui loves to be pet, but hates being picked up. Kylee’s favorite pastime is training and riding horses. She brought Stella from a green pony with no experience to a winning champion in any division in just one year.
Cortney has always been an animal lover and wanted to help people too, which made a career in the veterinary industry the perfect fit. An experienced veterinary technician, she learned through the grapevine that The Animal Clinic was hiring and soon discovered how well suited she was to join the team. Cortney’s favorite part of the job is working with patients and staff that has become like family.
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