Growing up, my family always knew I had a passion for animals. They would call me “Ellie Mae” and joke that you could find me rolling around in the mud with a dog. Shortly after turning sixteen, I was thrilled to start working at a local pet store. I believe it was then that I realized I wanted to take on a much more dedicated and important role in the lives of people and their pets. Once I received my Associates Degree in General Education in 2011, I began working in emergency medicine. I gained a large amount of my experience while employed there for approximately four years. When given the opportunity to work in general practice at Animal Tracks, I couldn’t have been more thrilled. Being a former client of Dr. Parker’s, I knew I’d be joining an amazing staff and enjoyable atmosphere.