Danielle MartinoClient Services Manager
Danielle Martino was raised in New Jersey, then relocated to Sedona, then Tucson in 2010. Not only is she the trainer and manager of our client services department, but she is also a veterinary assistant. Danielle graduated from the Carrington College Veterinary Assistant program in 2011. When she is not at work she is spending time with her daughter, and two, four-legged family members: Dolce and McNabb. Danielle always has a cheerful smile and particularly enjoys the surgerical area of study.
Shelbi KatiClient Services Representative
Shelbi is a local Tucsonan. Not only is she one of our client services representatives, but she is also a certified veterinary assistant. She is a cancer survivor and is a childhood cancer advocate. Shelbi grew up around racecars, and loves to watch and participate in dirt track racing. Her only fur-baby (for now) is Yager, her 7-year-old Jack Russell.
Alexis AndrewsClient Services Representative
Alexis is originally from Illinois. Her family moved to Tucson when she was a child. Alexis went to Carrington College to receive her Medical Assistant certification in 2015. Alexis loves to read. Her favorite book is To Kill a Mockingbird. She also hikes and writes in her free time. Alexis has two boxers at home, Trixie and Rocky.
Megan McCauleyClient Services Representative
Megan was born and raised in Tempe, AZ. She is in the last semester of her degree in Equine Science at the U of A. Megan shows for their equestrian team in horsemanship. Go Cats! When she’s not in class or the clinic, Megan spends her time reading or in the saddle of her off the track thoroughbred named Peyton. She also has two dogs - Labrador mixes named Gunner and Paisley.
Heather FutaClient Services Representative
Heather Futa just graduated from the Veterinary Assistant Program in February 2018 and plans on furthering her education and receiving her technician certification in June of 2018. For the past 16 years Heather was a Certified Medical Technician and Caregiver for the elderly. Although, it was very rewarding, Heather’s true passion in life is to one day open her own dog rescue. In Heather’s spare time she enjoys spending time with her husband, 3 children and their two dogs Milo and Lucky.