Assistants

2013-03-15 10.37.18Caryn Eades
Caryn Eades has been employed since November 2008 as an equine assistant. Caryn is planning to attend school to get certification as a veterinary technician here in Georgia. Caryn has always loved horses and maintained employment in that field. When not caring for the many horses we see on a daily basis, Caryn is caring for her two beautiful children, Summer and Shaun.


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Jennifer Glover
Jennifer joined TAH in April 2012 as a small animal assistant after graduating from ABAC in 2003 with an Associates degree in science and from VSU in 2007 with a Bachelors degree in biology. She has worked with animals her entire life and been involved in the veterinary field since 2001. Jennifer also has advanced knowledge of south Georgia’s wildlife that she gained as a park naturalist for nearly 5 years. When not working or saving wildlife, Jennifer is occupied with Henry (a front dest greeter), 2 labs, 2 horses, a guinea pig, bunnies, chickens, turtles and several (we’re not saying how many) snakes…


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Ashley Strickland
Ashley has worked with animals, volunteering at shelters and veterinary hospitals, since age twelve. She spent nine years as a veterinary assistant before coming to TAH in 2013. During that time she completed coursework toward a bachelors degree in biology at both VSU and ABAC. Ashley loves to spend time outside of work with her Great Dane, Diesel, and horse, Boo. She also loves to travel and cheer for the Georgia Dawgs, as well as hunt and fish.


Amanda
Amanda has always been that girl that loves horses. She feels blessed to have been able to spend time around horses just about her whole life. She graduated from TCC with an emphasis in health sciences. Since the age of 15 starting in kennels she has worked in the veterinary field gaining experience in all components of a variety of hospitals. While living in Texas working at a mixed animal practice she got her first taste of farm calls and large animal medicine. Over the past few years her primary job was in a high pace small and exotic animal emergency hospital. Amanda is excited about having so many of her passions combined at this place called “work” and feels right at home with Thomasville Animal Hospital. Outside of work she enjoys being outdoors and active. She has a son named Caleb that is her world and they share a plethora of critters, mainly dogs, horses, and a cute little pony.