Jennifer joined us in 2015 though has been working in the animal field since 2004. Jennifer was introduced into the wonderful world of exotics at an early age. Her grandfather was employed at the Columbus Ohio zoo for 33 wonderful years which helped her passion grow. Jennifers parents taught her at an early age that pets were not just animals but family members. Jenn spent 12 years in a retail setting caring for & educating many on the care of small animals, fish, reptiles & birds.
Jennifer has been married for 20 years to the love of her life, David. They have 2 grown children & are owned by 6 puppies. Pebbles (tiny whiny), Piper pants(her tripawd), T-Rex (her two legged Chi), Sookie (miss priss), Zoey (her biggest little dog) & Tootsie (her old gal). Besides the love of her furry kids she has a few creepy crawlies and feathered children. In October 2016, Jen became a grandma to a beautiful baby boy, Raymond Thomas!!
There is never a dull moment in Jenn's home and it's extremely hard to be in a bad mood in her house because of all the crazy happy little ones running around being silly.
Robin has been involved in veterinary medicine since 2002, working as a technician for a small animal practice in the Summerville area prior to joining Flowertown Animal Hospital in 2006. She has developed such strong bonds with our patients and cultivated lasting relationships with our clients. After working as a technician for many years, Robin recently transitioned to reception staff to ensure a more seamless experience for clients from the beginning to the end of their FAH visit.
Robin is married to Glenn and they have 2 children, Kylie and Logan. Logan has just graduated high school and is enjoying the adult life. Kylie is entering her junior year in high school; you may see her driving around town. Robin has a passion for Dachshund dogs which comprise 4 of her 7 dogs! Robin also has many ducks and a goose named DJ.
Aleyah is a Michigan native having moved down south in 2017 with her boyfriend, 3 dogs, 3 cats, and two guinea pigs. She has always had a passion for working with animals and began her career in the world of veterinary medicine back in 2013. She is currently one of the bright faces that greets you when you walk in but one day hopes to become more hands on by completing the technician program at PennFoster College. When Aleyah is not working she enjoys hours of volunteer work, painting, and traveling any chance she can get. Her goal is to help all clients and their fur babies feel at ease and at home, like part of the family.
Taylor started as a crazy cat lady and later developed her true passion for any and all animals when she started working at a local pet store and that's when she adopted her very first dog, her best friend Optimus Prime. Her and her beautiful fiance share a wonderful son name Liam. Between their fun family outings and wedding planning, Taylor hopes to one day open her own animal shelter and start an organization that funds pet owners to help care for their fur babies when they are financially unable to do so. While her love for helping animals is so strong, she also has a passion for fitness, and is currently in school to become a personal trainer. Although new to FAH she is determined and eager to develop a strong bond with everyone and every fur baby that comes into our hospital.
Rasha is a mom to 3 fur babies and all of them are her favorite :). She is also a proud mom to a teenager who wants to become an FBI special agent. Her daughter inspires her strive for perfection. She believe that kindness is the most important quality a person can have. Her most valuable possession is time. She loves spending time doing things she loves with people she loves. She has worked on the human medical side for years but is enjoying her new home on the veterinary side with Flowertown Animal Hospital. The joy of working with animals has given her a whole new outlook on how she enjoys her job. She is new to South Carolina but has found everything she could dream of: A new home, a job she loves, and being closer to family.