Office Manager, Kim has been with Partridge Animal Hospital since August 2010 and has worked professionally with animals since 2005. She has worked as a veterinary assistant, kennel technician, grooming assistant and was lead receptionist.
Kim assists with organizing and documenting financial reports, client support, social media, newsletters and more. She also helps assist the receptionists, technicians and Veterinarians when needed. She absolutely loves scrubbing in for surgeries as well.
I love aspects of my job, especially when I get to work the numbers and graphs. I also enjoy being able to step away from the paperwork from time to time to get my hands dirty and help with treatments and surgical procedures. It truly is a blessing knowing that I’m working with the best group of Veterinarians and staff in our area. Partridge is my home away from home and I enjoy spending my days with my family.”
Kim has two dogs, Bailey Rey a Cavalier Mix and Dolly a Dachshund. She also has a cat named Finn. In her spare time she enjoys movies, road trips, cruises, football games, the gun range, working out and good food. She also enjoys spending time with her husband and family.
Danielle, Technician Supervisor
Certified Veterinary Technician Danielle joined us in 2012 and has been working with animals professionally for seven years. She assists with all facets of patient nursing. “The best part of what I do is being able to see our patients leave happy and healthy and knowing that I was a part of that,” Danielle said. She has an Associate’s Degree in Veterinary Technology.“I am very excited to work at a clinic with such great clients and patients and such a close-knit staff,” she said about working at Partridge.
Danielle shares her home with two dogs, Jynx and Meko, three cats, Reno, Vegas, and Momma, as well as Jilly, her horse. Danielle and her husband welcomed their first child, Rilynn, in March of 2013. She relaxes by baking cakes for her nieces and nephews birthdays, and by going to the beach, hanging out with family and friends and horseback riding when she gets the chance.
Missy, Reception Supervisor
Lead Receptionist, Missy has been with Partridge Animal Hospital since December 2017. Missy’s background consists of being an Animal Care Specialist as well as a Senior Animal Behaviorist and Trainer. She’s worked with dolphins, sloths, anteaters, kinkajous, armadillos, birds and sea lions which were her favorite!
Missy schedules appointments, greets our clients and patients and makes sure they are comfortable. She also helps guide work flow and assists the management team.
“It feels like working with family and I absolutely love the commute! I love meeting new furbabies and watching them grow as well as supporting my team. I believe in a strong work ethic and think silly dance moves always make for a brighter day.”
Missy has a Shih Tzu Mix named, Bentley and a Snowshoe Cat named, Keecha. In her free time she loves spending time with her family and participating in any outdoor activities like snowboarding, hiking and walks by the water.
Jessica, Inventory Manager
Certified Veterinary Technician, Jessica, has been with Partridge Animal Hospital since March of 2011. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems and an Associate degree in Veterinary Technology from St. Petersburg College. Jessica makes sure that we have the supplies needed to keep the hospital running. In addition, she also make sure we are fully stocked on all the medications needed to keep your pets happy and healthy.
“The doctors empower the technicians to do what we’re trained to do. What’s best for the animals is always top priority.”
Jessica has two dogs named Pandora and Cooper. She enjoys spending quality time with her husband and two children and also enjoys time with family and friends, traveling, boating and cheering for the Green Bay Packers.
Certified Veterinary Technician Dani has been with Partridge Animal Hospital since January 2011. She’s been working professionally with animals since 2002. Dani assists with wound care, surgery, blood work, cytology and more.
She has obtained her Bachelor of Science Degree in Environmental Science, an Associate’s Degree from St. Petersburg College in Veterinary Technology and is certified through the Florida Veterinary Technician Association.
“Every day presents itself with new and interesting challenges and I’m constantly learning and improving my skill set as well as knowledge in this field.”
Dani has a Yorkshire Terrier named Hodge and a domestic short hair cat named Puma. She enjoys photography, surfing, scuba diving, sailing, traveling, learning Italian and spending time with her husband, Patrick.
Veterinary Technician, Jennifer, has been with Partridge Animal Hospital since March of 2013 and enjoys every part of her job! She has worked with animals for 16 years through internships, volunteering, and jobs, and notes that her experience working with wild birds has come in handy when concerned clients call with questions about injured or orphaned birds. She has four years working as a hospital avian rehabilitation technician (Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary) and two years as a surgical assistant at the Animal Medical Center (NY). “The relationship between the doctors and technicians [at Partridge Animal Hospital] is more family-like than anywhere I’ve ever worked. Our diagnostic equipment is topnotch, allowing our talented and knowledgeable doctors to treat all cases quickly and efficiently,” she explains.
Jennifer has two cats, Caspian and Gypsy; a ferret named Gadai (Gaelic for “thief”); two cockatiels, Raggedy Ann and Little Bit; and fish. In her free time she volunteers with Gulf Coast Bird Rescue, takes classes in circus aerial arts, fishes, and spends time at the beach.
Veterinary Technician Krista Campbell has been with Partridge Animal Hospital since May of 2013 and has been working professionally with animals for more than 6 years. Krista is very passionate about surgery. She has a fascination with learning new things every day and anxiously looks forward to new challenges. Krista is very ambitious and plans to use her education and experiences in the veterinary field to make a significant impact on the lives of our pets.“I have such a strong sense of belonging here at PAH. We spend so much time together professionally & outside of work as “family.” We have cultivated a group of staff containing some of the most intelligent, compassionate, empowered, and progressive minds. We all work together cohesively, and most importantly we have fun!”
Krista has a goldendoodle named Boomer, a golden retriever, named Riley, and Scooter, a gigantic cat. She enjoys swimming, volleyball, fishing, drawing, scuba diving, exploring in the woods (Florida doesn’t have much to offer in that department), driving around in her Jeep, and laughing so hard it doubles as an ab workout!
Certified Veterinary Technician Sammi has been with Partridge Animal hospital since August 2016 and works with the veterinarians assisting in orthopedic surgeries, dentals, lab work, and communicating with clients. She is currently earning her Bachelor’s Degree in Veterinary Technology from St. Petersburg College.
When she isn’t spending time with her 8-year-old Golden German Shepherd Mix “Princess” and her baby kitten “Ehrlich” she enjoys traveling, kayaking, and playing the Piano.
“I love our hardworking staff that has the highest level of patient care. We are a hospital that keeps expanding and sees a variety of different cases.”
Certified Veterinary Technician, Rayven, has been with Partridge Animal Hospital since August 2017. She graduated from the St. Petersburg College Veterinary Technology Program and will now be working towards her Bachelors in Science. She may eventually pursue her Masters at USF.
She was born right here in our hometown of St. Petersburg. In her free time, Rayven enjoys spending time with her husband, Taylor, learning, education, reading, going to the beach, park and dog bar with her dogs Roo and Apollo.
Veterinary Technician Brittany has been with Partridge Animal hospital since October of 2017 and works with the doctors assisting triaging rooms, surgeries, dental cleaning, nail trims, blood draws and placing catheters. She enjoys educating clients and teaching the new things about animals. Her experience with seabirds and songbirds make her a great addition to our team. She is currently enrolled at Penn Foster College and has a bachelors degree in marine biology and chemistry, she is also working on her associate in Veterinary Technology. Brittany has started her career working with animals 8 years ago in Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary and more recently worked at Banfield Pet Hospital as a Vet Tech.When she isn’t spending time with her American Bulldog/ Lab, Bailey, and her Siamese Mix, Snowflake and an orange tabby cat named Sahara.
“I love working at this animal hospital because I consider it comparable to a small human hospital because of what this hospital is capable of doing,: she says. “My coworkers are wonderful people who are very passionate about what they do every day.”
Certified Veterinary Technician, Adam has been with Partridge Animal Hospital since February 2018 and works with the Veterinarians assisting in surgery, radiology, emergency care and more.
Adam graduated Magna Cum Laude from St. Petersburg College, was a Phi Theta Kappa Honors Member and is also a member of the St. Petersburg College Veterinary Medicine Advisory Council. He was also an active field investigator with the ASPCA working with the dog fighting unit.
Adam loves developing lasting relationships with clients and strives to enhance client knowledge every day. He also enjoys working with the St. Petersburg K-9 Unit and assisting with their vet care.
His good looks and great sense of humor really make him shine!
“Partridge Animal Hospital is my home largely for the advanced care and medicine we practice. I believe we set the gold standard in the community and I’m honored to be a part of the family.”
Adam has a Poodle Mix named, Gertie and a Dachshund named, Maggie.
In his spare time he enjoys meeting new people, volleyball, frisbee golf, the outdoors, taking weekend road trips, trying new restaurants and volunteering with various organizations.
Veterinary Assistant, Leigh, started as a volunteer with Partridge Animal Hospital in August 2017 and we loved her so much we offered her a permanent position in December 2017. She assists with surgeries, radiographs, making sure hospitalized patients are comfortable and so much more.
She really enjoys helping with anesthetic procedures and being an advocate for the patients as well as their owners. She’s worked at Dogtown as well as Catty Shack Wildlife Sanctuary giving her 2 years under her belt in animal care. Leigh has a degree in Communications & Advertising from The University of North Florida and is currently enrolled at St. Petersburg College working towards her Veterinary Technician Degree. She is due to graduate in 2019.
“I love working at Partridge Animal Hospital because they are so much more than just a spay and neuter clinic. They practice much more advanced medicine and I’m constantly learning something new each day. The Veterinarians and staff are fun, caring and supportive. I wouldn’t want to work anywhere else.”
Leigh has a Chocolate Labrador Mix, named Harley. They both enjoy taking naps and going for long walks where they get to stop and smell every single blade of grass that was put on Earth.
Besides spending time with Harley, Leigh enjoys fine art, traveling, sunsets down at the Getaway and is also a big foodie. Visiting State Parks as well as kayaking are another fun favorite of hers.
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Veterinary Receptionist, Damara has been with Partridge Animal Hospital since October 2018 and has been working professionally with animals since 2016. Damara greets our clients and assists with phone calls and scheduling appointments. She really enjoys building friendships with her co-workers and clients as well as bringing her positive attitude and smile with her every day.
“I love that we are always learning something new and that we work as a team to always make sure the job gets done,” she says.
Damara has one cat named, Posie. In her spare time she enjoys traveling, cooking, shopping for home decor, lounging in hammocks by the water and spending time with her family and boyfriend, Nick.
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Cheyenne was born and grew up in Tarpon Springs with a revolving door of stray cats, adopted dogs, hermit crabs, fish, and hamsters. As a child, she wanted to be a veterinarian and she even practiced the art, putting casts on her sister and dolls. Later, though, she attended Rocky Mountain School of Art and Design, earning a degree in interior design. She’s currently back in school, pursuing her CVT.
Her work in the veterinary field began in the nonprofit and animal welfare sectors. She served as an admissions tech for the Humane Society for three years, eventually getting promoted to executive assistant. Prior to joining our team, she worked at a veterinary hospital in Seminole. Her special interests include ophthalmology, oncology, and surgery.
She lives with her husband of eight years and three rescue cats—Chanel, Paloma, and Mabel—and two rescue pitbull mixes, Midna and Yuna. She enjoys traveling, kayaking, hiking, and shopping. She’s also a fan of trashy reality TV and is an amateur photographer. In her “free” time, she runs her own business, Canyon Wilde Photography.
A native of Leesburg, Virginia, Katrina got her start in the veterinary field in high school when she volunteered at a local vet’s office and worked at a pet resort. She grew up a dog lover, surrounded by Huskies, Aussies, Boxers, and Shepherds. Her furry family even included a wolf hybrid. She currently lives with her boyfriend, Larry, and two Aussies and a tabby cat.
Katrina originally planned to be a marine biologist. She loves scuba diving, kayaking, swimming, and hiking. She also enjoys cooking and baking.
Her favorite part of her job is the diagnostic side. It gives her a great deal of pleasure to look into a pet’s symptoms and root out the cause of the problem.
Veterinary Assistant, Shawn, has been with Partridge Animal Hospital since November 2016. He helps keep the hospital clean, checks on the patients, takes them on walks, and holds the animals. Shawn’s favorite part of working at Partridge Animal Hospital is assisting with surgeries.
When he is not spending time with his 1-year-old cat, Gillian, and his 5-month kitten, Panther, he enjoys reading, practicing martial arts, and working on cars.
“I enjoy working at here because this is an environment where a person can grow into the position they have. There is a strive for constant improvement.”
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Veterinary Assistant, Grace, has been with Partridge Animal Hospital since June 2016. Grace assists the Veterinarians and Technicians in rooms as well as treatments and surgeries. She has amazing organizational skills which are extremely helpful when it comes to making sure all areas of the hospital are fully stocked. She loves getting to work hands on with all the patients that come in as well.
Grace is currently enrolled at Auburn University with the thoughts of pursuing a Veterinary degree and always comes in to assist when she’s home from college.
“I love working at Partridge Animal Hospital because of the care each staff member gives. Everyone is very easy to get along with and are always willing to help in any given situation.”
Grace has two golden retrievers named, Abby and Merida. She also has 3 cats named, Nala, Midori and Fergus.
Besides working hard on her college degree, Grace enjoys spending time with her family, friends and pets as well as drawing, reading, going the movies and hiking.
Jeff was born in Tampa and was raised in Clearwater. His childhood was blessed with a wealth of dog and bird companions. He came to us from Countryside Animal Hospital and the Humane Society of the Pinellas. He’d planned to become an autopsy specialist, but the schooling changed his mind.
A self-described dog person, Jeff is the proud owner of four pups: an English bulldog, a tea-cup Yorkie, a Boston terrier, and a Wheaton terrier.
In his free time, he enjoys lifting things, fishing, and playing disc golf. His guilty pleasures include dark chocolate, beer, and wine.