Our Staff!

Our friendly and dynamic staff are here to help keep your pets safe, happy, and healthy. They are dedicated in making sure your pet leaves with the best care they can provide. Our staff also has a wide variety of experience and talent and are happy to share them!

Andrea, CSR at Vacaville Animal Care Center

Client Service Representative

Andrea has a huge passion for animals. She may be new to veterinary medicine but would love to have every client and patient leave with a paw-some experience. Andrea has one Australian Shepherd named Ollie and One grey rescue cat named Suzie. In her free time, Ollie and Andrea love to go hiking or go to the dog park. She also loves going to the beach and exploring the outdoors. Andrea joined our team in March of 2018.

Heather, Vet Assistant at Vacaville Animal Care Center

Veterinary Assistant

Heather gets satisfaction from helping owners with their pets. Her hobbies include fostering animals, drawing, and going to the beach with her daughter. She also has 2 dogs and 2 cats at home. Heather does lovely monthly drawings on our whiteboard. Heather joined our team in 2015.

Kelly, Vet Assistant at Vacaville Animal Care Center

Veterinary Assistant

Kelly loves connecting with clients and their pets. In her spare time she loves fostering animals and spending time with her Family. She has a husband, daughter, 2 dogs and 1 crazy cat at home. Kelly joined our team in 2015.

Jessica, CSR at Vacaville Animal Care Center

Client Service Representative

Jessica has grew up around animals her entire life. She loves caring for them and helping their owners. Her hobbies include dirt biking and horseback riding. She has a horse named Tazz, a kitty named Sprocket, and a Lab named Dixie Mae. Jessica joined our team in March of 2018

The Immortal Joe at Vacaville Animal Hospital

The Immortal Joe

It has been said that Joe was not so much hired by ACC, as simply congealed from its walls. The truth is that Joe probably has more history with ACC than anyone, save Dr. Barnes. When Joe was 12, while bowling, his father convinced Dr. Cobble to give Joe a job to get him out of the house. Little did they know at the time that Joe would be the single most important thing to happen to ACC. Having seen the hospital grow into a new building in 1962, and having helped train no less than 30 veterinarians over the years, Joe is by far one of the most skilled and experienced veterinary technicians today.