Jennifer has worked at our sister hospital for 18 years and at Companion Pet Care for 3 years. She enjoys getting to know all of our clients and their pets! She is married with 2 children and has a yellow lab named Chaos and a cat named Ash. Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her family, cruising, camping, and football games!
Amanda has been a veterinary technician for 13 years. Her veterinary career started back in 2007 where she started her first job at a no-kill animal shelter. Amanda was born & raised in northeastern Pennsylvania on a running dairy farm where her love for animals began. She grew up working alongside goats, horses, cows, small pocket pets, birds & of course cats & dogs! She always knew animals were her passion! Amanda attended San Diego University and graduated with her Bachelor’s in Wildlife Biology. Aside from helping save animals, Amanda enjoys anything that involves the outdoors, reading, going to the beach, traveling, and of course, spending time with friends, family and her own small farm that consists of a not-so-mini pig named Jelly Bean, a retired racing greyhound named Grim Reaper, a 3 legged rat terrier named Cache, a chorkie named Hazelnut, a Belgium Malinois named Axel, & a cat named Oliver (all rescues, of course!).
Nicole has been a technician for over a year. She graduated from UCF with a BS in Biology and one day aspires to be a veterinarian. She has a chocolate lab named Leo. She enjoys being able to share her time and affection with every patient. In her free time, she loves to go fishing, camping, boating, and dancing with her husband, Travis.
Eric is one of the kennel/tech assistants at ICPH. He has a BS in Biology from Emory University. He held a six week internship at C.R.O.W. (The Clinic for Rehabilitation of Wildlife) on Sanibel and has shadowed doctors at both ICPH and Coral Vet Clinic. Eric chose to work at the veterinary hospital because he finds it fulfilling to see how happy a healthy pet can make its owner and he hopes to one day become a veterinarian himself. He also takes pride in making sure every process that goes into making your pet healthy goes as smoothly as possible. This can vary from making sure there are clean towels for cages and treatment areas are well stocked all the way to helping the doctors in the rooms. Eric occasionally volunteers at C.R.O.W. and he also watches anime with Emi, his overly attached dog.
Christine has 25 years of experience as a veterinary assistant. She has been with Indian Creek Pet Hospital for 15 years and with Companion Pet Care for 3 years. Prior to settling into the animal care career, Christine spent many years traveling around the world gaining experience in many different cultures and jobs. As a kid, Christine dreamed of becoming a vet. She grew up in England with many dogs, cats and horses and always had a big love for her animals. Christine takes pride in giving the best care she can to the animals she interacts with on a daily basis; there is always something new and challenging to encounter! When she is not giving great care to our clients and their pets, she enjoys taking a ride on one of two of her Harley’s, gardening, and watching football (Go Pats! Go Gators!)