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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.
Malia has always had an intense love for animals. After her childhood dog fell ill, Malia took note of how kind and compassionate the veterinary staff was to her pet and her family. From that moment on, she was inspired to work in the veterinary field and help other pet owners the way that staff helped hers. Now, as a vet assistant at Happy Tails Veterinary Clinic, Malia gets a chance to pay it forward by helping other animals!
Growing up, Delaney’s family always had dogs. American Eskimos and Beagles were their two preferred breeds. It wasn’t until she reached adulthood and adopted her own dog, however, that Delaney decided to pursue a career working with animals. When her husky mix, Opiuo, experienced a medical scare, Delaney became obsessed with the veterinary world – a world that she is thrilled to finally be a part of!
After spending years working in the customer service field, Meg decided that she wanted to find a job where she felt she made a difference. She had always had a passion for animals, so she decided to pursue a job where she got to spend her time helping furry critters. Today Meg is a veterinary assistant at Happy Tails Veterinary Clinic, and she’s happy for the chance to learn about and work with animals!
When Adam was younger, he spent countless hours at his uncle’s dairy farm. He remembers watching in awe every time the vet would visit to work on the cows. Not only did he get to witness this, but he was also invited to help out from time to time. Adam credits this experience for sparking his desire to one day become a veterinarian. As one of the veterinary assistants here at Happy Tails, he continues to work toward fulfilling this dream.
Growing up with intense agoraphobia and anxiety, Ava found comfort and safety with her cats. This sparked a desire to work in the animal field. When her beloved dog, Dexter, crossed the Rainbow Bridge, the family brought him to Happy Tails for cremation. The staff was so compassionate and patient, Ava knew she would one day serve and support other pet parents. Her dream came true in August of 2023!
“One small cat changes coming home to an empty house to coming home.”
– Pam Brown