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Hospital Staff - Client Relations

Timea, Client RelationsTimea is absolutely ecstatic about working towards pursuing her career in the veterinary field. She noticed her love for animals very early on in life. Her favorite part about working with clients is going the extra mile to put a smile on someone's face, as well as seeing the adorable patients they bring in each day.

Outside of work, Timea spends every waking moment with her dogs. If you can't find her walking on a trail, then she's probably at home cuddling with her pack. Timea's never been happier than since she's had her Siberian huskies: Duke, as well as her boyfriend's husky, Sky. She also has a holland lop, Vanilla, and three hermit crabs. Timea also enjoys traveling, watching football, working out, and spending time with her family.

Jasmine, Client RelationsJasmine joined the Brookfield team in the summer of 2017 after moving from Los Angeles. She packed up her tiny, old Corolla with everything she could fit, including her two pups and betta fish who all rode in her lap while driving up! She's been in the veterinary field for almost 3 years because caring for animals has always been one of her biggest passions. For those who know her, she is a crazy pug lady! She used to volunteer at a pug rescue in LA. Unfortunately her pug passed away two years ago, but the love is still there and strong as ever!

Her babies are sweet Hazel who's a shih-poo and Truffle, a grumpy old man who happens to be a pom-chi. As a family, they enjoy taking daily walks at Juanita Beach. Outside of work, Jasmine enjoys baking and cooking, freelancing as a makeup artist, and working on side-businesses with her boyfriend. She plans to travel and of course, partake in volunteering at a pug rescue here in Seattle.

ChloeChloe is our funny, bossy, clinic cat who is full of sass. She is treated like royalty, often found being toted around on one of our staff's shoulders. She is presented with daily feasts, treats, new "hidey-holes" and comfy beds. She is absolutely adored, attitude and all. She is very mischievous and not overly excited to meet new animals, so she spends her days lounging with the treatment nurses. She oversees all the feedings of our boarding patients as well, just in case they decide to share. We took Chloe in when her owners couldn't keep her and we feel blessed every day.