Ani-Mall Pet Hospital's Dedicated Team
Our team of veterinary professionals is dedicated to delivering the best customer service and compassionate care to you and your pets.
Teresa Rodamer — Hospital Manager
Teresa is the Hospital Manager at Ani-Mall Pet Hospital. She has two cats, Aslan (aka Harvey Dent) and Harley Quinn. When she isn't spending time at the hospital working, she likes cooking, reading, crafts, watching documentaries and online gaming.
Tarin Calvario, LVT — Lead Veterinary Technician
Tarin is the Lead Veterinary Technician at Ani-Mall Pet Hospital. She is also an experienced Licensed Veterinary Technician. Tarin has several pets at home including her three dogs, Big Ben, Watson and Emma, as well as her two cats, Zeus and Jace. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, watching classic movies, painting and crafts.
Jennifer Digiovanna, LVT — Veterinary Technician
Jennifer graduated from Gaston College in North Carolina in May 1999. She is a Licensed Veterinary Technician and has been at Ani-Mall Pet Hospital since May 2004. Jennifer has a dog named Tara and a cat named Betty.
Renee Tilghman, LVT — Veterinary Technician
Renee Tilghman, is Licensed Veterinary Technician at Ani-Mall Pet Hospital. She has two pet cats, Hank and Lincoln, and two dogs, Juniper and Hannah. Renee also has a horse named Sienna.
Katie Durland, LVT — Veterinary Technician
Katie is a Licensed Veterinary Technician here at Ani-Mall. She has four cats at home: Cooper, Mardy, Diva and Chance. Katie enjoys hiking and spending time with family and friends in her free time. She is also a huge animal advocate and nature lover.
Britney Schoonmaker — Veterinary Assistant
Britney is a Veterinary Assistant at Ani-Mall. She has two pet cats named Jack and TJ as well as a dog named Buddy. Britney has several hobbies including photography, reading books, and volunteering at local animal rescue leagues.
Danielle Arseneault — Veterinary Assistant
Danielle is a Veterinary Assistant here at Ani-Mall Pet Hospital. Some of her hobbies include working at the barn, crocheting, watching Netflix, and spending time with friends. She has a dog named Sookie as well as two felines, Sam and Apollo.
Bruce Seabrook — Veterinary Assistant
Bruce is a Veterinary Assistant at Ani-Mall. At home, he has a dog named Zena. She is a three-year-old Rottweiler and the family loves her.
Melody Rudy — Veterinary Assistant
Melody is a Veterinary Assistant at Ani-Mall Pet Hospital. She has two cats, Serena and Sunny, as well as a Gerbil named Meatball. Melody enjoys spending time with her family, especially her son.
Christine Thiessen — Lead Pet Care Attendant, Veterinary Assistant & Certified Dog Trainer
Christine Thiessen has many roles here at Ani-Mall Pet Hospital including Lead Pet Care Attendant, Veterinary Assistant and Certified Dog Trainer. She a dog, Mason, and a cat, Nala. Some of her hobbies include dog training, hiking and spending time with her family.
Janet Mathews — Client Service Specialist
Janet is a Client Service Specialist at Ani-Mall Pet Hospital. She is an avid reader and enjoys crafts and sewing. Janet also spends a lot of time with her grandchildren and family. At home, she has a cat named Sweetie.
Sandra Henderson — Client Service Specialist
Sandra Henderson is a member of the Client Services time. She has one pet, a dog named Enzo. In her spare time, she likes to play with her granddaughter, read, go shopping, and take walks.
Suzanne Dunleavy — Client Service Specialist & Retail Attendant
Suzanne is our Retail Attendant and a Client Service Specialist at Ani-Mall. She has one cat named "Nat the Cat." In her free time, she likes to go horseback riding as well as raise poultry and vegetables.
The Importance of Your Pet's Dental Health
February is National Pet Dental Health Month!
To celebrate, Ani-Mall Pet Hospital offers discounts on our dental services in February 2018. Periodontal disease is the most common problem that we see in our patients.
In fact, most of our canine and feline patients who are more than two years old show signs of periodontal disease. During your pet’s annual exam, we educate you on how to prevent periodontal disease and we check for signs of gingivitis (inflammation of the gums) and tartar, which many times are the precursors of more severe disease.
Signs of dental disease that you may notice at home include:
- Bad Breath
- Broken/Discolored Teeth
- Changes in eating behavior
- Rubbing/pawing at face
- Facial Swellings
- Bleeding from Mouth
- Difficulty Opening/Closing Mouth
- Change in Demeanor or Temperament