The technicians at Bailey Veterinary Clinic are here to help you and your pet during your visit to the clinic. Some of their duties include assisting the doctor by inviting you and your pet into the exam room, taking general information and getting a current weight and temperature.
They will be the ones assisting the doctors in the hospital by administering the medications, taking radiographs, performing any laboratory work needed and any other care requested by your veterinarian as well as giving general comfort to your pet during their stay with us.
The surgery doctor will have a technician assisting them during surgery by administering and monitoring anesthesia during procedures and keeping you informed of your pets surgical recovery.
Our goal is to provide you and your pet with a professional and comfortable visit while you are with us.
With her self proclaimed obnoxious sense of humor, CANDY keeps everyone around her smiling. Bailey’s was lucky to bring her on board in 2003 and she’s been making us laugh ever since.
Candy’s favorite position within the clinic is in the lab but she has exceptional skills in all areas of the clinic and assists wherever needed. Candy reports that from the young age of 5, she knew she would work with animals and obtain a career in the veterinary field. Her four legged family includes 2 dogs, 2 cats, 4 horses and several feral cats around the property.
In her spare time she enjoys reading, golfing, horseback riding and spending time with her husband and grandchildren.
FAVORITE SAYING/QUOTE: Animals are like small children- They need a caring advocate’s voice.
RENEE started as a kennel crew member in 1998 before leaving to go to school to become a veterinary technician, and returned to Baileys in 2001.She shares her home with 2 adorable felines, Tinkerbel & Nyx and two cute Corgi's . With her mothering instincts, it makes sense that Renee will often foster abandoned kittens whenever the need arises.
Outside of work, you can often find her at any event pertaining to sports. Her favorite sports include women’s slow pitch softball, basketball and football.
Renee grew up around animals and always knew that whatever job she had would be centered around them. She “really appreciates” her work family and has plans to stay in the veterinary field indefinitely.
SARA’s ridiculous love for animals stems from childhood and eventually brought her to Baileys back in 2005. She enjoys all aspects of the clinic but she is especially fond of blood work (lab). With her positive attitude and unceasing smile, it’s not surprising that Sara helps to brighten everyone’s day. She has 3 precious pooches (Oliver, Emma and Baxter), a trio of spoiled felines (Miles, Wuffy and Toodles) and a menagerie of chickens who’s names are as follows: Priya, Amy, Penny, Peepers, Nugget, Lego, Lizzie, Chickie and last, but not least, Bernadette.
Her spare time is spent reading, playing sports, hiking, spending time with her family and a number of varied pursuits which include helping make the Bailey’s Red Cross Blood drive possible and participating in the Relay for Life several times over the years.
FAVORITE SAYING/QUOTE: We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals.
HEIDI joined the Bailey team in 2006. Her fur family consists of:
2 cats,4 dogs, 1 horse and 2 amazing children who she is very proud of.Heidi has graced Baileys with her ability to bring a sense of calm to everyone around her. She agrees that one of her best traits is handling cats. We totally agree and often refer to her as “The Cat Whisperer”. Horseback riding, Alzheimer walks, sports and camping are some of her passions outside of the work place and you can almost always find her at any event that includes auto racing or horses.
KIRSTAN worked as kennel crew from 1991 until 1996 and then rejoined the clinic in 1998 as a technician. She can easily work any tech position that our veterinary team asks of her. She does it effortlessly and without hesitation or complaint. Her heart is as big as they come and she shows it in the way that she always puts pets first.
Kirstan chose the veterinary field because of her love for animals. Her pets include 2 boxers, 2 cats, 2 turtles, 3 frogs, 1 bunny and 2 horses. She also has 2 rowdy, yet wonderful boys, Blake and Daniel.
Outside of the clinic Kirstan volunteers at Huecrest Elementary School and enjoys scrap booking, watching her boys play sports and hanging out with her family(pets included).
DUSTINE joined Bailey's in November of 2007. Excellent patient care is one of her passions and her goal is to treat each patient like they were one of her own. Proud to be a part of a caring staff with knowledgeable veterinarians, Dustine reports “ I’ve never held a position more rewarding than that of a veterinary technician.” Her work family is very important to her and she has plans to stay at Bailey's throughout her career. Camping, fishing, yard work , shooting, trips to the coast and spending time with her grandchildren are a few of the things she enjoys doing when she is not at the clinic.Dustine and her husband, Mark, are owned by their extremely spoiled pit bull mix,Ross, whom they rescued back in 2013 and a little miniature australian shep. named Cree, whom they rescued in 2015.
FAVORITE SAYING/QUOTE: Laugh as much as you breathe and Love as much as possible.
Wanting to work with, and help animals, RONNIE knew that the veterinary field was the right choice for her. Joining Bailey's in August of 2005, Ronnie brought with her a ton of energy!
She likes many different areas in the clinic, but has a strong passion for pets’ dental healthy and works hard to keep your pets mouths clean and healthy. It’s not unlikely that you will hear us refer to her as “The Tooth Fairy”.
Her fur kids include 2 dogs, Cudie and Tinkerbell, 2 cats Angel and Tiger and 2 sheep. Ronnie also has 2 fabulous girls who she enjoys spending time with. Camping, yard work and traveling are some of the fun things she likes to do in her free time.
FAVORITE SAYING/QUOTE: Life is too short not to be happy.
With her exceptional phlebotomy skills, it has been established that BRIANNE is the i.v. catheter “Queen”. Joining Bailey’s technician staff in 2004, she continues to inspire us with her exceptional work ethic, her nurturing nature, and her great sense of humor. In her spare time you can find Brianne at dog shows with her French Bulldogs and Bostons , honing in on her photography skills, and doing a little hunting and fishing. She enjoys spending time with her family which includes her 3 amazing children and, of course, her beloved dogs.
Bailey's welcomed ALEXIS to our technician staff in April of 2014.
She has a great love of animals and their health and appreciates all pets as well as the people that come with them . Her favorite area within the clinic is patient care and it shows as she comforts each and every patient that comes through the door.Her passions outside of the clinic include Hiking, camping, skiing,motorcycling , reading and crocheting. She also loves to cozy her 2 year old cat Leonidas and dog Jet.
FAVORITE SAYING/QUOTE: You become responsible forever for the things you have tamed.
At the very young age of 5, KAYLA knew that she would have a career in veterinary medicine. Graduating from tech school in May of 2016, she started on her journey towards saving animals. Luckily for us, she accepted the position here at Bailey's and we couldn't be more happy. Her fur family consists of 1 dog and 4 cats.
FAVORITE SAYING/QUOTE: If you work hard and stay positive, you can do anything!