VCA Carrollton Animal Hospital
Veterinary technicians are critical to the day-to-day function of veterinary practices, and play vital roles in preserving animal health and welfare. National Veterinary Technician Week provides an opportunity to recognize veterinary technicians’ contributions.
Because we value veterinary technicians every day of the year, we take this week to honor their commitment to compassionate, high-quality veterinary care for all animals. First celebrated in 1993,
National Veterinary Technician Week takes place in the third week of October each year. (Credit: American Veterinary Medical Association)
Meet Carrollton’s VCA Animal Hospital Staff Below:
Ashley Toole has been at VCA Carrollton Animal Hospital for 3 years. Her favorite things to do in her spare time are kayaking, traveling, hiking with her dogs, and spending time with her family, friends and fiancé, Drew.
Kailan Schmock has been a part of the VCA team for one year. She has two dogs, Scout and Ripley, and a cat named Rocky. She loves spending time outside, camping, hiking and playing with her camera.
James McClanahan has been at VCA Carrollton Animal Hospital for one year. He has four pets. Two dog, David and Alex and two guinea pigs, Beth and Jerry. In his free time, he enjoys playing music and watching cinema.
Macie Musick, soon to be known as Macie Sprewell has been at VCA Carrollton Animal Hospital for almost 5 years. She is attending Penn Foster on a Vet Tech Scholarship from VCA. Her favorite things to do in her spare include taking care of the farm, riding and showing her horses, and spending time with Brandon and the family.
Emily Hitchcock has been a part of the VCA team for one year. She lives on a beef cattle farm with her family and her dog Rascal. She currently attends the University of West Georgia where she is majoring in Biology with plans to pursue large animal veterinary medicine. In her spare time she loves to hike, spend time with her animals, friends, and family.
Julie Lloyd has been working at VCA Carrollton Animal Hospital for two years. She interned first while she was in her senior year in high school and then was added to the VCA team a year later. She has two dogs and a three legged cat, who all of which are rescues. She is currently attending the University of West Georgia and is majoring in Biology. In her spare time she enjoys hiking, canoeing, whitewater rafting, competing in Irish dance, and making DIY crafts.
Kristen Wyatt has been a part of the VCA team for one and a half year. She has two dogs and a bearded dragon. In her free time Kristen enjoys taking her pets for walks, crocheting, DIY projects, and spending time with her husband, family, and friends.
Lacy Bunkofske has been at VCA Carrollton Animal Hospital for two and a half years. In her spare time she likes to be with her cats and spend time with her boyfriend and there pup Dixie .
Pam Parker has worked at VCA Carrollton A. H. as an RVT for a total of six years. She is married to her best friend, Rick, and they have one grown son. She adopted her dog and two cats as rescues through VCA. The things she loves in life are family, friends, animals, reading, music, and any time spent outdoors.
Chris Swanson join VCA Carrollton Animal Hospital last year with many years experience. In his free time Chris truly enjoys every opportunity to be outside, from gardening, fishing, hunting and hiking. He also enjoys college basketball and football. Prior to his enlistment in the U.S. Navy, he attended Temple High School where he developed his true appreciation for all types of music such as classical, jazz, R&B, rock and country.