Richard has been a member of our team since December 1988. He chose a career in veterinary medicine because he loves working with dogs and cats. He enjoys sports, especially the Packers, and collecting baseball cards.
Woof woof, my name is Saundra and I am from Las Vegas, NV. I have always had a love and passion to care for animals. I have been in the profession of certified pet grooming for 15 years and have worked with various species of animals. The most rewarding thing about grooming is the ability to do a complete makeover. I feel very fortunate to be able to spend quality time with all my furry friends. Come in and sniff me out or check out my grooming portfolio on Burleigh Road Animal Hospital Facebook.
Brittany joined our team in June 2015. She graduated from Carroll University in May 2017 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Behavior. She received her dog trainer certification from the Certification of Professional Dog Trainers in April 2017. She also received her behavior consultant certification from the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants in October 2017.
When she is not at work, Brittany enjoys taking her dog Clay for hikes as well as going horseback riding. If she’s not outside staying active, then she’s curled up on the couch with a book, cuddling her two cats, Cali and Atticus.
Certified Behavior Consultant
Brianna joined our team in August 2018. This is the perfect job for
her because she loves working and caring for animals. When she is not
working, she enjoys taking her two dogs (Blue and River) on hikes, to the
dog park and swimming.
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Gao joined our team in October 2018. She is currently a student at UWM and is studying Information Science of Technology. She enjoys taking her dog on walks and to the park.
Aubrey joined our team in June 2019. In her free time, she enjoys cooking a variety of foods as well as spending a lot of my time outdoors. Her three cats Poppy, Kitana and Magic; and the latest addition to the pack, Quincy the guinea pig, all keep her company on rainy days.