Kirsten is skilled in general and surgical small animal medicine. She has repeat experience as a volunteer in high-volume, fast-paced surgery in Mexico, and in disaster response.
Kirsten enjoys outdoor activities, including running with her tripod rescue dog.
Adriana k, lvt
Adriana is skilled in general small animal medicine. She is a longtime repeat volunteer with a spay/neuter project in Mexico where she manages the recovery of dogs and cats after surgery. She has also volunteered with PAWS and the Humane Society.
Adriana enjoys outdoor activities and playing with her rescue dogs. She is passionate about animal welfare and rescue.
ellen r, lvt
Ellen is skilled in general medicine with a current focus on neurology. She has multiple years experience in high-volume MASH style spay/neuter in Mexico and as a foster parent to dogs.
Ellen is passionate about helping stray dogs and cats. She has a special place in her heart for scruffy terriers and crazy dogs.
paige h, lvt
Paige focuses her skills in emergency and critical care medicine. Her volunteer experience includes multiple years in high-volume MASH style spay/neuter in Mexico, Territorio De Zaguates dog sanctuary in Costa Rica, and spay/neuter in Guatemala.
Paige loves photography, hiking, physical fitness, and anything that brings her close to the water. She is always on the lookout for her next adventure where she can make a positive impact on the world.
Nicole E, LVT
Nicole is skilled in general and surgical small animal medicine. She most recently returned from Texas where she helped care for animals after Hurricane Harvey. She also has experience in animal shelters and is a volunteer with the Red Cross disaster action team.
Nicole is very adventurous and always willing to try new things. She loves traveling and exploring different places & cultures, being outdoors, and spending time with family.
Ashley M, LVT
Ashley is skilled in small and large animal medicine. Her volunteer experiences include spay/neuter clinics, animal shelters, and farms. She most recently returned from Houston, TX where she volunteered to care for dogs and cats rescued from Hurricane Harvey.
"My experience in Houston is something I will never forget, I became a technician to help animals and being able to travel to a crisis area to help is the heart of why I became a technician. I saw the sick and scared become open and engaging as well as the lost be reunited and the homeless find family. I would do it all over in the blink of an eye."
Ashley's Interests include riding horses, hiking, snowboarding, and traveling.
Caleigh Q, LVT
Caleigh is skilled in small animal surgical and general medicine. She most recently volunteered in spay/neuter at an animal shelter in Costa Rica.
Caleigh loves horseback riding, travel, and adventure. She is passionate about ocean conservation and education.
joanna h, LVT
Joanna is skilled in general practice with a current specialty in internal medicine. She has also worked in all aspects of animal welfare at PAWS animal shelter. Her volunteer experience includes high-volume MASH style spay/neuter in Mexico, PAWS wildlife center, and Hope for Horses.
Joanna likes hiking and camping. She has two 3-legged rescue cats and she has a special place in her heart for Boxer dogs.
Justyna M, LVT
Justyna is skilled in surgical assistance and anesthesia. Her volunteer experiences include Community Led Animal Welfare in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Justyna is an avid hiker and backpacker and loves to travel.
Regina T, lvt
Regina has extensive experience in wildlife and exotic medicine, and working with feral cats. Her volunteer experience includes the Humane Society Veterinary Medicine Association and the Maui Humane society. She is highly skilled in high-volume spay/neuter MASH-style clinics.
Regina is especially looking forward to traveling in Central and South America and Africa.
carly B, LVT
Carly has over 8 years experience in veterinary medicine and is especially skilled in emergency and ICU, both as a nurse and a mentor. Her previous volunteer experience includes working with large animals at Pasado's Safe Haven, and as an instructor for vet tech students in Central America with World Vets.
Carly loves outdoor activities, cooking, travel, and photography. She is currently working toward a degree in global studies and biology, with a focus on social justice and human/animal/environmental rights. Her passion is exploring and making a difference in the world.
genesis p, va
Genesis is skilled in general practice small animal medicine.
Her volunteer experience includes work with high-volume spay/neuter clinics, most recently in Mexico in a MASH-style clinic.
Genesis is bilingual (English and Spanish) and loves the beach and dancing to Mexican music.
Kimberly C, Veterinary Assistant
Kim is skilled in outpatient/inpatient care and surgical assisting. Her previous volunteer experience includes MASH-style spay/neuter, the Doney Clinic in Seattle, and wildlife rescue in Guatemala.
Kim enjoys cooking, reading, science, and traveling. She is passionate about human rights and can knit up a storm. She has a special place in her heart for bats!
erika p, veterinary assistant
Erika is experienced in general medicine and surgical assisting. Her previous volunteer experience includes wildlife rescue in South Africa, the Los Angeles Zoo, Chimpanzee Sanctuary Northwest, the Burke Museum in Seattle, Bats Northwest, and wildlife rescue in Guatemala.
Erika enjoys beachcombing, hiking, bone collecting, and nature photography. She is passionate about wildlife and zoo medicine and working with primates.
arianna F, veterinary assistant
Arianna is skilled in general animal medicine with a special focus on Holistic/Chinese veterinary medicine. Her volunteer experience includes The Artemis Project cat rescue in New York city.
Arianna is an avid traveler and has backpacked around the world. She is especially interested in spay/neuter, especially in regards to street animal overpopulation. She also speaks basic Spanish and Italian.