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Featured Veterinary Technicians
Experience at three different Veterinary Clinics over ten years focused Stephanie's ambition squarely on making a real difference for dogs and cats in need. Find out how she uses them on the job at Hill's.
Regina Stuke has seen the transformative power of Hill’s Pet Nutrition products first hand. She was so impressed with the results that she shifted her career in the direction of the company behind the pet food. Now she’s a rising star at Hill’s and currently focused on the area of dental hygiene.
In her 13 years as a veterinary technician, Lisa Ashley always recommended Hill's Pet Nutrition foods to owners in addition to feeding it to her own pets. Her interest in nutrition led her to Hill's, where she has been a territory manager for 13 years and is also a trainer in the Field Sales Training program. Along with staying current in veterinary practice management, Lisa balances a busy family life of dogs, cats and kids.
Julie Legred has her hands full with a variety of responsibilities ranging from Academic Advisor to payroll manager. Find out what she’s focusing on the most these days and read her point of view on the biggest challenges facing technicians.
Jamie Kirkham makes a difference every day as a Veterinary Consultation Service Technician. Find out how her career path led her to this position and read her advice for improving your practice.
What helps motivate veterinary technicians? Bridget has some ideas based on her experience as a team leader at Hill’s Veterinary Consultation Service (VCS). She also has some advice for helping veterinary technicians make the most of VCS on the job every day.
More than a decade in veterinary health care has sharpened Amanda Eick-Miller’s skills in a variety of ways ranging from grooming to medical-surgical management. Active involvement in several professional organizations has made a great career even better. Now she has a few words to help veterinary technicians face the challenges ahead.