Iris has worked in the Veterinary field, as a Veterinarian Technician, since the age of 16. She is a mother of two and married to a US Marine. Iris has always had a passion for helping animals specializing in fostering homeless pets.
On her time off you may find her at the gym weight training or at an outdoor shooting range. Iris also enjoys camping and with her family and pets. One their favorite places to explore and visit a few times a year is Big Sur, CA. She is also active in Veteran Awareness and serves in her church military ministry as a leader. She also enjoys teaching people about proper nutrition and living a healthy life style.
As you might guess, her favorite breed is the Great Dane. Her four legged family consist of a Great Dane named Rhino who she rescued 7 years ago (Rhino takes his role very serious as the family guardian), a 15 year old Shepard mixed named Sky (Sky still thinks shes a puppy and will jump into any body of water), a tiny Yorkie named Molly ( Molly gets to travel everywhere they go, she even has her own backpack that fits her 3.8lb body so daddy can take her on every hiking trip) and a bearded dragon named Taylor ( who is the loyal companion of an 8 year old little girl).
Iris is also pursing a career in real estate in hopes of one day buying some property so she can rescue/foster more animals and adopt a horse. She enjoys educating pet owners on proper training and nutrition and looks forward to meeting you and your furry friend.
Even at a young age, this Southern California girl would find injured birds, cats and dogs and help them heal before releasing them back into the wild, or re-home them.
While growing up, Rebecca had 2 dogs, 3 birds, an Iguana, and 20 rats! Becca started working in the veterinary field at the age of 19 as a receptionist, and then later, she was asked to train to be a veterinary tech. It wasn’t just her training that got Becca to where she is today. It was her passion and love for animals. Rebecca is married with three children, and currently has two dogs, a snake and a 3 toed box turtle.
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Danielle has only been in the veterinary field for about 3 years but has loved animals and working with them her entire life.
She is currently in her 2nd year courses at Mt. San Antonio College where she is pursuing her RVT license. Studies take up most of her free time, but when she doesn’t have her head in the school books, she enjoys going fishing and hiking with her husband and their 2 rescued fur babies, or just enjoying a lazy day in the sun with them at the beach.
Danielle is very excited to join the TVAH team and looks forward to creating strong, long lasting friendships with clients and their Furry Family Members! 🙂