Stephanie – Practice Manager
Stephanie has been working and caring for animals for over 10 years, and 8 of those have been with Dr. Kopman in the Vancouver, WA area! When she’s not at the hospital, Stephanie enjoys camping, fishing, and travel with her husband, son and “fur boys”–a golden retriever named Junior and Bentley, a miniature poodle.
My name is Bre and I am basically a cat. Well, not really, but I am a super cat person and my love for animals inspired me to pursue work in the veterinary field, and I’ve been working with animals for 12 years. While working at Hearthwood Dog & Cat Clinic in Vancouver, WA (our sister clinic here in Vancouver) I earned the title of Cat Whisperer because of my ability to soothe even the most anxious of felines. I left North County Animal Hospital in 2016 to learn all about pet nutrition and work as a nutrition specialist, then later at an open canine boarding facility before returning to my roots where I get to continue my work with animals in the familial environment of a private veterinary practice here at North County Animal Hospital. When I’m not working with animals I can be found cuddling with my all black cat, Trevor, or sewing, or coloring, or even sometimes fire dancing.
Callie Jo has been a licensed technician for 10 years. She joined the North County team as lead technician in July 2018. What she most enjoys as an LVT is the endless learning opportunities that come with veterinary medicine. Callie Jo, her husband, two boys, and English bulldog live in Vancouver. She loves the Pacific Northwest for its proximity to both the coast and the mountain.
Chantalle was born with the love of animals and the environment. She always knew she would pursue a career in veterinary medicine. She would often attempt to save frogs and birds from her family pet cats and keep them in her room while trying to nurse them back to health (to the best of her 10-year-old ability). She grew up with pet lizards, hamsters, guinea pigs, ducks, chickens, dogs, and cats. For her birthdays she would ask for new pets, Zoobooks, and science experiment kits. Her favorite channel was Animal Planet and Steve Irwin was her childhood hero. She has recently finished her Bachelors of Environmental Science and Minor in Zoology at Washington State University Vancouver. She has been working at North County since August 2019 but has been a part of the veterinary medicine field for almost 5 years now. She hopes to continue her education and go back to school to become a licensed veterinary technician. In her free time, she enjoys going to Crossfit, hiking, adventuring to new breweries in Portland, and spending time with her fiancé Lance.”
Shelbie is a PNW native who has been in the veterinary field for nearly 8 years. She specializes in customer service and the care of your animals. While Shelbie has experience in most positions in the veterinary field, her passion is helping educate clients understand what is important for your pet’s health.
Shelbie has a wonderful husband, 2 children, 3 dogs and 3 cats. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends and getting outdoors to enjoy nature. She also enjoys eating dessert before dinner and preparing for the zombie apocalypse with her husband.
My name is Courtney, I’ve been in the field for 6 years. My husband and I have a 3 yr old daughter and a 5 yr old chocolate lab. I currently attend cosmetology school. I’ve lived in the PNW all my life and enjoy hunting and dirt biking in our free time.
Rachael has enjoyed 4 years of working in the veterinary field. When she is not loving on her new kitten, Sinha, she spends most of her time hiking, kayaking, and riding her bike with her 3-year-old Pomeranian called Pebbles.
Joshua has been in the veterinary field for 1 year. He has always had a deep connection, passion and love for animals of all kinds ever since he was young. His last pet was Darla, a 7 year old English mastiff. In his off time Josh likes to draw, game, go bowling and study the way of The Force, to better become a Jedi.
Amy came to the North County team in January of 2020. She has been working in vet-med for the past five years. She shares her home with three animals, two rotten cats and a living garbage can of a dog. Her favorite thing to do is take home animals when she is already at maximum capacity. She devotes her winters hibernating and gaming. Throughout the warmer months she spends 90% of her free time soaking up sun and playing in dirt. It is not unusual to find her with a plant when not accompanied by an animal.
Cassidy has been with North County Animal Hospital since 2015. She started working in vet med in high school and can’t imagine falling in love with any other profession. Her favorite part about working in this field is coming together with her team during an emergency and being a shoulder to lean on when pets + their people need it. In her down time, Cassidy takes advantage of living in the Pacific Northwest by hiking with her soul dog (a cattle dog named Chief), stopping at breweries, road tripping with her fiancé, and river days with her other 3 dogs.She also fosters working breed dogs as often as she can.
Jeni is an Arizona transplant that has been working in the veterinary field since 2014. She has always had deep love and compassion for animals of all kinds-fur, scales, feathers, doesn’t matter! Jeni has been trained in several different roles in veterinary medicine, and loves educating clients and being a part of keeping fur-babies healthy.
She is the pet-parent of two dogs, two cats, and an albino corn snake. She enjoys spending her time baking, hiking, photographing mushrooms, and spending time with her baby boy, Ashlen, and her husband, Logan.”