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Licensed Veterinary Technician
As a child, Laureen loved animals so much that she often pretended to be one, running around on her hands and knees like a puppy. Over the years, Laureen owned many pets, from cats and pocket pets to tropical fish and budgies. She even took in baby birds from time to time. From 4H to dog training, it became clear to Laureen that working with animals wasn’t just a hobby. It was to be her career!
When you’re doing something you love, you embrace the grind to work your way up. Take Rebecca, for example. Her love for animals led to her working at Cat and Dog Clinic of Bellevue as a kennel attendant. Fast forward years later, and she’s now a full-time veterinary assistant!
Sometimes things just end up working out in your favor. Just ask Anna Nishman, who is currently a veterinary assistant at Cat and Dog Clinic of Bellevue. She moved to Bellevue from Olympia, WA, and a short time after she found a position at the animal clinic and ended up loving it!
Sometimes, a drastic career change is what’s needed to re-energize yourself. This was definitely the case for Michelle, who is currently a reception manager at Cat and Dog Clinic of Bellevue. After spending 10 years in the legal field, Michelle did some soul-searching, decided it was time for a new challenge and entered the veterinary world. Now she gets to put her passion for animals to use on a daily basis!
Customer Care Representative
The role of a customer care representative is a crucial one. Nobody knows this better than Laura, who has been a valued member of the staff at Cat and Dog Clinic of Bellevue since August 2020. As a customer care representative, she makes sure all clients and patients have their affairs in order prior to being seen by the wonderful staff.
Everyone has their own unique reason when it comes to explaining their career choice. Why did Keely decide to join Cat and Dog Clinic of Bellevue as a reception/veterinary assistant? In her own words, she “enjoys learning and educating people.” What better place is there to learn about all sorts of animals and educate people about animal health than at an animal clinic?