Liz “Lizard” keepin’ us grounded at AHSH. Calm, cool and collected – always with a spritz of compassion and humor to add to each and every client she encounters. With two older brothers you can imagine how Liz grew to be the clever, humorous, exceptionally skilled veterinary technician that she is today. No matter what the situation is with your pet, you can trust that they are in good hands with Liz.
Ohio has always been home to Liz – from Elyria, Upper Arlington, to Plain City – she has settled down in the Galloway area with her furry family and fiancé Samantha. Liz has one furry feline, Pixie, and 4 dogs including Chaos (beagle terrier mix), Joy (hound mixed breed), Mischa (hound mix) and Weiland (beagle mix). She has helped her pets heal through many battles. From major surgeries at specialty hospitals to nursing an emaciated pet back to health, Liz can provide insight to almost any pet health situation. You may remember Joy from the local news in 2015. A starving, abandoned hound mix who Liz helped nurse back to health… her first pre-planned foster failure.
Liz has always had a passion for animals and has wanted to improve their lives. Growing up she had all sorts of different pets, including hamsters, an iguana, a boxer turtle, dwarf frogs, a crab, guinea pig, and many dogs/cats. It was a natural career path for Liz to earn an Associate’s degree in Veterinary Technology from Columbus State. She never tires of learning and improving her technical skills on a daily basis. Outside of work, Liz takes every opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors. She enjoys riding her motorcycle and water adventures such as kayaking and canoeing! The perfect weekend for Liz would be hosting a cookout with corn hole and her closest friends. Liz is adaptable and has a wide range of interests – she is content relaxing at home with a good book or catching the latest concert like Rock on the Range.
Liz enjoys the small town atmosphere of a clinic and loves getting to know clients and their pets. Her goal is to make sure each and every pet feels important and remembered every time they come in. She holds herself to a high standard and takes challenging cases head on. Liz wants to provide only the highest level of care possible for people and their pets.