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Kali

Kali

Certified Veterinary Technician

If you took a snapshot of Kali McCullough’s life at any given moment, you’d probably see her interacting with an animal in one way or another. Pets have always been a central part of who she, so it’s no surprise that they ultimately became the inspiration for her career choice.

After graduating high school, Kali attended the Vet Tech Program at Northampton Community College, during which time she officially relocated to the Lehigh Valley. Professionally, Kali has a special interest in the dental cleaning process. She enjoys seeing teeth that were once caked in tarter and plaque turned bright white once again.

Outside of the clinic, Kali has three fur-babies of her own: a German shorthaired pointer named Rocco, a chocolate lab named Trigger and a cat named Milo.

Olivia

Olivia

Caretaker / Veterinary Assistant

Liv has always been passionate about the medical needs of animals. She truly believes that in order for a person to have a strong bond with their pet, the animal must be properly cared for, both physically as well as mentally. Being part of the veterinary profession allows Liv to contribute those ideas to the community and play a direct role in helping to strengthen the bond between our clients and their beloved pets.

When Liv and her husband rescued their dog Spike, their own patience and commitment were put to the test. A victim of severe abuse, Spike had suffered emotional and physical scars that resulted in anxiety and aggression. Through two years of training and time, Spike has made a complete turnaround. Not only is he now friendly with people and other animals, but he’s even welcomed a doggy sibling into the home. This journey through medicine and training solidified Liv’s passion for helping animals in need.

Liv entered the industry as an employee at a doggy day care in New Jersey. From there, she moved on to Banfield, where she continued to gain experience and learn new skills. In December of 2021, Liv and her husband, Bryan, relocated to Swiftwater, PA. Shortly thereafter, she joined the Animal Hospital of Mt. Pocono. Professionally, Liv enjoys prepping medications for patients and assisting in diagnostic imaging. It’s incredibly satisfying to get a visual clinical diagnosis from what would otherwise be a mystery.

At home, Liv and Bryan are pet parents to two Chihuahua mixes, Spike and Patch, which they’ve affectionately nicknamed the “rat pack”. Spike participates in dog sports and has his Novice Trick Title from AKC. Patch is incredibly even-tempered and can handle just about any situation she encounters.

Liv’s greatest achievements thus far include earning her college degrees and participating in dog sports. She and her rat pack are currently gearing up for their first Rodeo Dog competition and hoping to place.

Kelly

Kelly

Receptionist

Kelly has always considered herself a people person, and she adores spending time around animals. What better place to work, she thought, than in an animal clinic? She’s been serving the pet owners of the area as one of the Animal Hospital of Mt. Pocono’s veterinary receptionists for nine years.

Kelly is a native of the Poconos and first started working here at the clinic shortly after she’d had her son. Her favorite part of every day is meeting the community’s pet lovers, and she strives to do everything in her power to help pets and their owners feel comfortable. Kelly never passes up the opportunity to hear a fun pet story!

Kelly and her husband, Bill, have four children—Ashlee, Karissa, Kayla, and Zachary—as well as an elderly cat named Roni and a dog named Fergie. As a family, they enjoy spending time outdoors, visiting amusement parks, watching movies, and playing games together. Kelly is also a baseball coach for the local six- to eight-year-old division, and finds that she learns just as much from her team as they do from her!

Joshua

Joshua

Receptionist

Josh used to work in the human medical field, and while he enjoyed his job, he knew it wasn’t quite the right fit. After he started working in a kennel setting a short time later, something clicked. He knew it was the perfect way for him to care for people and pets at the same time! Josh has been a member of the veterinary profession ever since, and he’s now a proud member of the Animal Hospital of Mt. Pocono’s front-desk team.

Josh is from southern New Jersey, where he first began working as a Medical Assistant. After a short stint working in a nursing home, he moved to Pennsylvania with his girlfriend. It wasn’t long before he’d signed on at the kennel facility where his girlfriend worked—Josh knew right away he’d found his calling. In January of 2021, he joined the Animal Hospital of Mt. Pocono family, and the rest is history!

Around the clinic, Josh enjoys seeing the incredible variety of feathered, furry, and scaled companions that visit the hospital. He loves to communicate both with pet owners and his fellow staff members. Of course, getting to meet adorable pets is always a fun bonus, too!

When he’s not at work, Josh likes reading, gaming, and spending time with his girlfriend, Kaylah. They hope to adopt an animal companion in the near future.

Christine

Christine

Animal Caretaker

Ever since she was a child, Christine’s passion has always been animals. She has always wanted to work in the veterinary field – all she needed was to find a hospital that was willing to train her. As fate would have it, Animal Hospital of Mount Pocono was willing to do precisely that, so Christine eagerly joined the team as an animal caretaker!

Christine enjoys several aspects of being an animal caretaker, especially shuttling pets back and forth to their owners. She also likes learning about the different vaccines, and relishes being a part of surgical procedures.

A native of Austria, Christine was raised in Bronx, NY. Today she lives with her fiance and her son, along with their 6 dogs (5 of which are Siberian Huskies). When Christine has some free time, she loves taking her dogs hiking and to state parks, where they enjoy splashing around in the water.