Lead Technician, Primary Care
Alexis was born and raised in Desert Hills, Arizona. She has worked in a variety of veterinary settings. Everything from herd health in an animal shelter to scrubbing in with specialists. She is always looking forward to new research and continuing her education. Although she has been in the field for multiple years, she always looks forward to another day and puzzling case. Alexis graduated in the top of her class from Carrington College with a certificate in veterinary assisting. She is currently continuing her education by pursuing her Associate in Science at GCC. In her spare time, she loves going to the zoo and/or aquarium with her son, going off-roading and cuddling with her fur baby Obi as well as her feathered friend Roxy.
Ty was born in Bradenton, Florida and at a young age, his family moved to Channelview, Texas. At 27, he moved to Arizona with his lovely wife, Rebecca, now of 37 years. He was always on the construction side of things. Figuring things out as he went. Ty and his wife left Arizona for a brief six months to Oregon, only to return to the Valley of the Sun after a short period of time. Ty has been with AMSC since 2011. His history in construction has been an asset to our hospital and he sure works hard to keep AMSC looking great! Ty enjoys his time outside of work with Rebecca, reading God’s word and oh yes, his blue flamed Corvette.
Pet Resort Supervisor
Jill grew up on a ranch in Nebraska and always had a love for animals. For many years, she worked in the airline industry. After her years of traveling, she decided to make a career change and became a supervisor for a local pet store. Jill loves her furry friends here at AMSC and her contagious smile is always a great highlight to anyone’s day. She really has quite the passion for animals and works hard to keep our boarding facility top notch!
Lead Certified Veterinary Technician, Neurology
Samantha has been in the veterinary field since 2005, with an interest in both Marine Biology & Neurology. She worked at a privately-owned practice in Mesa starting out as a kennel attendant and advanced her career to become a Certified Veterinary Technician. She graduated from Pima Medical Institute in March 2017, and had taken her national and state boards shortly after. Samantha joined ANIC neurology in January 2018 and is currently working toward her specialty certification within the field. In her spare time she works with her three fur-babies: Demi, Bodhi (pictured) and Cerce, on some pretty impressive obedience training!