What motivated you to work in veterinary medicine?
My love for animals and always having a passion to care for the well-being of an animal in any way I can.
What has been your most rewarding moment working in veterinary medicine?
Haven’t had any yet!
If you weren’t working at a veterinary clinic, what would you do?
Hopefully working at a wildlife rehabilitation center.
What is the most exotic animal you have treated?
What animal scares you more than any other?
Spiders. I don’t care how big or tiny it is. I don’t mess around with spiders.
What do you consider your greatest accomplishment?
Being able to constantly re-adjust to what’s going on in my life.
What do you do in your spare time?
I enjoy going snowmobiling during the winter, hinting in the fall, and motorcycle riding in the summer.
What is your favorite comfort food?
Depends on the day. Could range from some good ole BBQ boneless wings to crab legs and tenderloin.
What is your biggest pet peeve?
People that don’t own up to their words or actions.
What animals do you currently have?
2 cats, one who actually used to weigh 32lbs. We got him down to 20lbs now though!
If you were to come back as an animal, what would it be and why?
Wolf, because I’m both independent and a team player. Also very calm and collected, but that switch can flip at any moment.
What is your favorite childhood movie and why?
Spirit, because I’ve always had the dream of having a horse just like Spirit.
What is your favorite childhood memory?
Probably going hunting with my dad. From all the stories he has told me about his experiences and then all the memories me and him have been able to make.
What are some things people might be surprised about?
- I ride snowmobiles. No one really expects that out of me.
- I’d love to have a wolf-dog hybrid.
- I’m left-handed.
- I’d honestly love to move to Alaska.
- I’ll be getting my concealed carry soon as I turn 21.