Shannon, a.k.a Mini-me, began working with us in December of 2012 and is now our Canine Reproductive Consultant. She has been a pet groomer and trainer for over fifteen years. Shannon has also been a handler for search and rescue dogs for first responders in Pennsylvania. She is the proud owner of champion black and tan coonhounds and a champion Great Dane. At home, Shannon has her hounds, a Shiloh Shepherd Malamute Mix, six Great Danes, six cats, and a two pound Chihuahua. Besides pets, Shannon loves lady bugs, the beach and spending time with family and friends.
Karen has been working at Hillman Veterinary Clinic since 2009. She is an expert cat wrangler and organizer. She has her three rescue cats Sugar Booger, Ringo Starr and Arthur. In her free time, Karen likes to go on cruises and relax with her daughter.
Megan has worked at Hillman Veterinary Clinic off and on since 2010. Her passion for animals is apparent in everything she does. Megan loves her Japanese Chins and also fosters older pets. When not working, she is out at the beach or hanging with friends.
Sasha has been working at Hillman Veterinary Clinic since 2016. She is one of those people that thrives on hard work. Sasha is an accomplished horsewoman and consummate dog lover. She fosters for Amazing Grace Bully Rescue and has a particular passion for pets that have suffered the loss of a limb. If not at work, Sasha is horseback riding and caring for animals.
Jessalyn began working at Hillman Veterinary Clinic in the summer of 2017 while attending Pensacola State Collage Veterinary Technology Program. She graduated in 2018 and continues to pursue her career in the field. She is the proud owner of two dogs and a cat and also fosters rescue pets. Jessalyn also has two pet rats that she acquired during school. In her free time she volunteers at Leaning Post Ranch and relaxes with her husband.
Stephanie started working at Hillman Veterinary Clinic in September of 2017. She grew up on a farm in south Florida, where she developed a love for all types of animals. Stephanie is currently in school working to become a veterinarian. When she has spare time she fosters for Amazing Grace Bully rescue and does hospice fostering for the local shelter. On top of all of that, Stephanie likes to spend time kayaking, painting and traveling.