A veterinary technician plays an integral role in the success of an animal clinic, and Gina realizes this. That’s why she’s a registered veterinary technician at Winchester Veterinary Clinic. She has always had a love for animals, so this position gives her the perfect opportunity to live out her dream on a daily basis!
When she was six years old, Missy got her first pet: a guinea pig named Tinkerbell. Tinkerbell taught Missy all about being responsible for animals and about the wonderful companionship they bring. From that moment on, Missy was never without a pet! Now she gets to care for them full-time as a Veterinary Technician at Winchester Veterinary Clinic.
After spending nearly a decade as a stay at home mom, Ashley found herself eager to get back to her passion – working with animals. She was able to join the Winchester Veterinary Clinic team as a veterinary assistant and was welcomed with open arms. Now she considers the staff her extended family!
Most children don’t know what they want to be when they grow up, but not Sam. He knew at a very young age that he wanted to be in the veterinary field. Today he’s a veterinary assistant at Winchester Veterinary Clinic, where he gets to make a difference in the lives of every animal that comes in. Safe to say, he’s living out his childhood dream!
When she was a little girl, a very mean Chihuahua lived a few houses down from Shannon’s family home. After the dog saw Shannon walk by enough, he started to act a bit friendlier. To this day, Shannon doesn’t know why she was so determined to be friends with him, but she was eventually able to go right up and sit on the porch with the dog! This experience made Shannon realize she wanted to befriend and help all animals.
Sydney grew up surrounded by animals. It was just a way of life for her family, and with a few relatives already in veterinary medicine, it seemed as though it was always in the cards that she’d one day end up following a similar path. As a receptionist and veterinary assistant here at Winchester Veterinary Clinic, Sydney is fulfilling her purpose while also enjoying all the puppy and kitten snuggles she can along the way!
When she was about 13 years old, Cyndi found a stray cat and put her in the playhouse. Cyndi would take food and water out to the cat every day, and a week later the cat gave birth to three kittens. By this point, Cyndi’s mind was made up: she simply had to work with animals when she got older!