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Registered Veterinary Technicians (RVT)


Sherry has been in the veterinary field since 1999 and joined the Animal Emergency Clinic in 2015. She graduated at Mount San Antonio College in 2000 and received her license that same year. She worked at daytime practice for 16 years before joining AEC. Outside of work she spoils her 2 dogs, Angel and Jessie (pictured).


Charlotte has been with Animal Emergency Clinic since 2017 and graduated with an A.S. in Registered Veterinary Technology from Carrington College in 2013, she obtained her R.V.T. license in 2014. At home, she enjoys gardening, cooking and spending time with her family and pets.

Veterinary Assistants

Stephanie G.

Stephanie received her veterinary assistant certificate in January 2007 and began working at a local shelter in a spay and neuter clinic. She began working at Animal Emergency Clinic in August of 2010 where she found her niche in life. Stephanie says being able to help care for pets in need give her appreciation of life, and the love she receives from the animals is the best gratitude of all. Currently she works the graveyard shift and is our inventory manager. She has two children, a husband and two sweet Chihuahuas. Her interests outside of work are rock climbing, football, soccer, frisbee and just hanging out with family, friends and of course, her fur babies.


Sinuhe started out in the animal industry in 2008, working at Petsmart, providing regular care for exotic pets. In 2010, he started working for Banfield Animal Hospital in the Inland Empire. After moving on from Banfield in 2012, he worked at a few privately owned animal hospitals where he sharpened his technician skills. In 2013 he joined Animal Emergency Clinic and has been here ever since. Sinuhe is happily married, has a daughter and a son. His hobbies include playing guitar, bass and singing.


Jasmine has been at Animal Emergency Clinic since 2014, after volunteering for a few years in the animal field. She graduated from a veterinary technician program in 2014. Outside of work she likes hiking and camping, she has four dogs and two cats. Jasmine decided her dog is more photogenic than her, so this is her dog "Dean" smiling for the camera. :)


Aireana has been at Animal Emergency Clinic since 2015, after externing here from a veterinary assisting program through her formal high school. She is currently attending Mount San Antonio College's Registered Veterinary Technology program. At home, she has three dogs and one cat, she enjoys reading, the outdoors and exercising. Aireana has a special interest in zoology, especially primates.


Marie has been in the veterinary field since 2011, and joined Animal Emergency Clinic in 2015. Marie graduated from Carrington College's Registered Veterinary Technology program and is a wife and mother of three. Outside of work, she enjoys photography and going to Disneyland.


Betsy has been in the veterinary field since 1984 and joined Animal Emergency Clinic as a receptionist in 2016. Betsy and her husband have been married since 1993 and have two children. They have one Rat Terrier and one Abyssinian cat at home.

Stephanie D.

Stephanie has been in the veterinary field since 2016 when she joined Animal Emergency Clinic. As a child she was actively involved in 4-H and FFA, and knew that she wanted to continue to work with animals as a career. She graduated from Westech with honors in August of 2016, receiving a Veterinary Assisting Certificate. Shortly before graduating she obtained a position at AEC, where she had dreamed of working since moving to the high desert. Stephanie feels that one of the greatest joys of working at AEC is knowing that in a pets most critical time of need we are able to provide comfort to both the owner and the pet. 


Niki has been in the veterinary field since 1986 and joined Animal Emergency Clinic in 2017. She got her start through the high school ROP program with her dad and his small animal veterinary practice. In 1994 she worked for a bovine veterinarian where she worked on herds of dairy cattle and small backyard farms. Here she received her artificial insemination certificate. In 1997, she started working in an equine surgical facility with several resident equine surgeons and aspiring veterinary interns. From 1999-2012 she worked as an international horse broker, trainer and hauler, as well as raised custom beef. In 2012 she relocated and started working in small animal medicine. She has a plethora of her own pets, from tarantulas, emus, goats, horses and zebra hybrids, four Chihuahuas, a German Shorthair Pointer and a German Shepherd. In her free time, she likes to cook and spend time with her family and pets. Her favorite hobbies include horse camping, snow skiing, mountain climbing and gardening.


Carissa has been with Animal Emergency Clinic and in the veterinary field since 2017, right after graduating from high school. She recently started her college education at Victor Valley College as a science major. Pictured with Carissa, is her senior dog, Nicky. When she's not working or at school, she enjoys going for walks, baking and reading.


Amanda has been with Animal Emergency Clinic and in the veterinary field since 2017. She started as an extern at AEC in the summer of 2017, after graduating from Penn Foster's Veterinary Assisting program. She became employed as a veterinary assistant at AEC in 2018. She is currently in school to become an RVT. Growing up, she was actively involved in 4-H, where her interest in animals began. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, along with competing in barrel racing and other types of events around California and surrounding states. She has 4 horses, and 2 dogs, one of them being Brutus (pictured above).


Yvonne has been at AEC since 2018, and started in the veterinary field in 2007. She attended Westech College's Veterinary Assisting Program, and graduated in September 2016 with a veterinary assisting certificate. She also attended cosmetology school, and works in day practice, as well as at our clinic. Her passion is animals. In her free time, she enjoys watching reality TV, eating ice cream, spending time with her son Dustin and fiance Jose, and of course her Chihuahuas, Oso (pictured), Kaya and Lily. She also has two sulcata tortoises that love to bulldoze anything and everything in their way. If it wasn't for her fiance, Yvonne says she would have a houseful of animals.