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As a child, Dr. Beth Nasal was forever bringing home stray animals and doing her best to nurse them back to health. While she wasn’t able to save them all, she gave it everything she had and in the process, ultimately discovered her true passion. This desire to help animals, coupled with a fascination with science, math and medicine, naturally led her to a career in the veterinary field.
I have lived in Green Bay my whole life. I am currently a student at Fox Valley Technical College and am working on completing the Animal Science and Veterinary Technician Programs. I have always wanted to work with animals ever since I was a kid. Growing up I had a variety of pets, including dogs, cats, birds, mice, and a gecko. I am happy to be a part of the Happy Tails team because I am able to help the animals that I meet here.
I was born in Virginia Beach, Virginia. I moved to Wisconsin as a child and have lived in a few Wisconsin cities until finally landing in Green Bay last year. I have two Husky mixes who my boyfriend and I rescued over the last few years. My dogs have made my life completely different in the best way I could ever imagine. They are my best friends and my children.
Although I already have a bachelors degree in Graphic Design from Carroll University in Waukesha, I plan to go back to school in the coming years to become a Veterinary Technician. My life revolves around animals and they are my passion. I am proud to now call myself a Vet Assistant at Happy Tails.
Ever since I was a little girl, animals have always been a passion of mine. From leaving milk out for stray cats, to bringing home stray dogs; half my heart is a paw print. I went to Steven’s Point for wildlife ecology but later found out my passion belonged with dogs. After graduating, I moved back home and worked several years at our local Humane Society. While there, I worked in the kennels and assisted our behaviorist with the often scared and frightened dogs. I also enjoyed my supervising position at a local doggy daycare.
From tail wags to cuddles, animals are and will forever be my happiness. I’m very lucky to continue my animal education here at Happy Tails.
When her family dog, Scout, got into something outside and fell ill, Amber remembers how helpless she felt. Taking her to the animal hospital and watching how they took such good care of her made Amber realize how much she wanted to work in a similar field where she could help animals and their human families just as this veterinary team had done for her and Scout. As a Veterinary Assistant here at Happy Tails, Amber is working toward making her dream career a reality and loving every minute of it.
“One small cat changes coming home to an empty house to coming home.”
– Pam Brown