When Sarah was younger, her dream was to become a ballerina. However, after discovering that dancing in pointy shoes was difficult, she decided to focus on her other favorite activity - helping animals. As someone who has always had a passion to assist every animal, whether it has scales, fur or feathers, being a technician assistant at Oak Hill Animal Hospital is the perfect fit!
Before making the move into veterinary medicine, Sarah worked in the local school system. While she enjoyed working with children, she still longed to be around animals. She took a position at a local ER vet clinic, and started learning more about furry creatures. This would eventually lead to her joining the staff at Oak Hill.
While Sarah loves all animals, she particularly has a soft spot for dogs (greyhounds in particular) and reptiles. Whenever someone brings a pet snake into the clinic, Sarah can’t wait to open its mouth and admire its teeth while she checks its respiratory system. She also enjoys trimming bearded dragon’s nails, and is amazed at how well-behaved they are.
A native of Georgia, Sarah is the oldest of all her siblings and is a proud mother to her son, Killian. She owns two dachshunds, Ollie and Corndog, and her home is a designated foster home for the Georgia Reptile Society, so she has over 20 snakes of various species slithering around, along with geckos, a bearded dragon and a Russian Tortoise!