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Your pet’s emotional and physical well-being are prioritized with every visit. We put the patients first!
Having spent 27 years in the veterinary field, it’s safe to say that Mary knows a thing or two about helping animals. She decided to bring her wisdom and experience to Animal Care of Oradell, where she is excited to continue applying her skills and passion for pets and people!
Every company, institution and hospital has certain employees who have been there since the beginning. These individuals are a part of the core foundation of the company and have helped the organization achieve success. Tracy Baron is one of these people; she has been a part of the Animal Care of Oradell team since it opened. Today, she holds the ever-important position as office manager, making sure everything runs smoothly on a day to day basis!
Customer Service Representative
From dogs to guinea pigs, Jeannette grew up around all sorts of animals. Being around them generated a genuine interest in helping them whenever they fell sick or got injured. It comes as no surprise that today she is a receptionist at Animal Care of Oradell and is able to be around those furry creatures she loves so much all day long!
Sherry grew up in a small New Jersey town called Newton. The youngest of four children, she always had hamsters and eventually graduated to a cat, whom she named Spooky. As she grew older, Sherry began to realize that engaging with animals was more than just something personal – it was what she wanted to do professionally as well. Being a veterinary receptionist has allowed her to get her foot in the door.
Everyone has a particular aspect of their job that they love. Nicole’s favorite part about being a veterinary technician at Animal Care of Oradell is nursing. Nothing brings her more joy than tending to animals, assisting doctors and helping her patients with whatever they need. As a veterinary technician at Animal Care of Oradell, she’s able to do all of this on a daily basis!
When Emily started working at Animal Care of Oradell 2 years ago, her goal was simple: get her foot in the door. Now she’s a veterinary technician at the practice who has left her mark at the animal hospital. Safe to say, she has met and exceeded her goal!
Everyone has their own unique calling in life. Ever since she was young, Victoria knew that her calling was to help others, both people and animals. It’s no surprise she’s now a veterinary technician at Animal Care of Oradell. Not only does she get to work with adorable animals every day and help heal and save their lives, she also gets to work with a wonderful team of like-minded people who also want to help furry creatures!
There are many times when a student does an externship at a company, and then ends up working there in the future. This is precisely what happened to Maryury. She was introduced to Animal Care of Oradell via an externship and now she holds a permanent position as an assistant!
Ever since he was a boy, Micah has been all about protecting animals. He realized at a young age that animals need human beings in their corner to fight for them and protect them. Now that he’s a veterinary assistant at Animal Care of Oradell, Micah is certainly doing his part to help animals by healing and helping them!
Born in the Dominican Republic, Julia’s family moved to New Jersey when she was just an infant. Along with her four siblings, Julia was raised amongst a plethora of animals, from dogs and cats to hamsters and gerbils, to birds, iguanas and other reptiles. This hands-on experience helped shape Julia’s career aspirations. Today, she is grateful to be doing what she loves each and every day – caring for animals!
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Leo the Cat
Resident Hospital Cat
Every creature on Earth simply wants to be loved. This is especially true for Leo, Animal Care of Oradell’s most recent furry addition. Leo doesn’t just receive love from the staff at the animal hospital – he gives out plenty of love, too!