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Casey Sargent - Veterinary Assistant
Casey was born and raised in South Carolina and has been caring for
animals for a great portion of her life. She started by volunteering at
her local shelter and pet sitting for friends and family.
Helping in a spay & neuter clinic, Casey's interest in veterinary
medicine was solidified and she has strived to further her experience
and knowledge in this field ever since. Helping compassionately with
critters comes naturally to her and she likes to monitor anesthesia and
post-op patients. Their comfort comes first in her mind. She is calm
even with the hard-to-restrain animals and realizes they are struggling
because of fear or anxiety. She often sings to her patients while blood
draws are being done ... and they actually do calm down! Her goal is to
ensure that every pet's and client's visit is as stress free as possible
and that every pet is treated with the respect it deserves.
In her spare time, Casey enjoys cooking, painting, drawing and
journaling. She can also take apart a car engine and put it back
together - having tinkered around cars with her dad from the get-go!
Her giant mush-ball cat Louie is the love of her life and spoiling him
and playing with him to keep him fit, while listening to music is her