Julie brings over 15 years of practice management and administration experience to the VC3 team. Her management acumen is second to none, as evidenced by the team she successfully holds together while operating in the intense world of specialty veterinary care. Her substantial work within some of the most technical areas of veterinary medicine, specifically oncology, has made her an invaluable resource to every pet parent in the “research” phase of their journey to beat cancer.
Honesty and compassion are two of Julie’s best qualities, and they will assure one thing when you speak with Julie – she has your pet’s quality of life at the forefront of everything that she does. Julie loves her dog Tito (right) very much. She rescued him recently and he’s already come out of his shell to help run VC3.
Margaret is the person that is actually operating the CyberKnife during treatments! She brings an unparalleled level of experience to the team as a licensed radiation therapist. She has been treating humans for years at some of the most revered and reputable human radiation centers in the country.
Her generally positive attitude, expertise in operating the CyberKnife, and her tremendous compassion for animals makes her crucial to the success of VC3. Margaret is the type of person that would not hesitate to adopt an animal in need, no matter how grave the situation. We have watched her adopt two dogs since she began her work at VC3. She provided love, comfort, and medical care for an elderly mini-pinscher that ultimately passed. She then immediately adopted Oz, who is seen in the picture (right) happy to be in the arms of his mom!
Treating patients that are both beloved members of the family and animals can be emotionally and physically taxing at times. We consider ourselves blessed to work with some of the most compassionate people on earth. Rest assured that your pet will always be treated as if it were one of our own.
Pictured below from left to right: (Kristin Leo, Anne Sholly, Kirsten Stajkowski, & Jessica Emge)