Dr. Natara Loose
After veterinary school, veterinarians have the option to go directly into private practice or to pursue additional focused training through internships and residencies. Dr. Loose chose to pursue another four intense years of specialization to become board certified in emergency critical care medicine and surgery. It is because of this additional depth and diversity of training that has allowed her to maintain a level of services above that typically provided within the house call environment.
Andre joined our team in 2019 as a veterinary assistant. He was fairly new to the veterinary profession but very passionate about animals. During the challenges of COVID, he elected to use his gentle and calm demeanor to perfect his client communication skills and desired to be our new client service representative. He is the kind person on the other end of the phone when you call. We are grateful to have him with us as he has shifted and grown in his career. Because of his training, he can be depended on to assist with pet handling, surgery, and anesthesia monitoring should the need arise.
Client Service Superstar
As a veterinary assistant, she may be young but has lots of years of experience already! She is calm and gentle with patients of all sizes. If she is not helping with appointments and surgery, she is helping as our client services representative. In her free time, she is active in helping one of the local cat rescues by fostering special needs cats and kittens.
A native New Yorker coming to us with over 20 years of experience in the field, Zully is a die-hard animal lover and skilled technician. Her passions are in exotic animal medicine and small animal dentistry, but is constantly learning all aspects of the field! There is not a pet alive that doesn't bring her joy and spark her to connect with them. When she isn't working, she takes care of her grandson and keeps young at heart!