Assistant Manager, Northern Oaks

Valerie joined the Northern Oaks Bird & Animal Hospital team in late 2022 with over 20 years of management and leadership experience.


Lead Technician

Jessica joined our health care team in 1997 while in high school. She has been the lead technician of Northern Oaks since 2007. Jessica is a Licensed Veterinary Technician, having earned her degree through an AAHA accredited school in 2012.


Lead Technician

Joeann joined the Northern Oaks team in 2012 as a kennel tech during her Senior year in high school. She was promoted to assistant shortly thereafter and has since been promoted to technician in 2017.


Veterinary Assistant

Alyssa is passionate about the care of animals and loves to treat them like her own family. She is extremely interested in veterinary medicine and has a keen interest in all of the procedures and activities in the Hospital.


Veterinary Assistant

Cassidy is fulfilling her dream of working with animals by being a part of Northern Oaks Bird & Animal Hospital. She has enjoyed helping them, both in and out of the hospital, for as long as she can remember.


Veterinary Assistant

Leilani has always had a passion for animals, so working at Northern Oaks is a perfect fit for her.


Lead Client Care Specialist

Laura is the friendly voice you hear when you call. Soon after joining Northern Oaks, her contagious and friendly attitude shone brightly and she was promoted to Lead Client Care Specialist. Her love for animals of all types is what brought Laura to us.


Client Care Specialist

Amy has worked in the Veterinary field for over 19 years. She joined the Northern Oaks team in 2014 as an Assistant and has since become a Client Care Specialist. She has two dogs, two birds and a horse. She enjoys watching horror movies and spending time with her fur and feather babies.


Client Care Specialist

Hannah joined Northern Oaks in 2022 to provide exceptional client service to our wonderful pet owners. She was raised in Stuttgart, Germany and moved to Texas in 2014.


Feline Freeloader

Cranberry joined the Northern Oaks Staff in November of 2017 as a pregnant stray. It was soon discovered that Cranberry was not pregnant, but simply suffered from parasite overload. She has lived in the hospital since that time as a foster kitty until she can enter her new home with Dr.