Andi holds an advanced level of technical achievement; she is a Veterinary Technician Specialist in Emergency & Critical Care. She came to AERC in 2014 with seventeen years of family veterinary practice experience and 12 years of emergency and critical care experience.
Andi has special interest in wildlife, and wolves, in particular. She has been a wolf pup "nanny" twice, and volunteers at Wildlife Science Center and the International Wolf Center in Ely. Andi's own pets include two Greyhounds, Honey and Speedy, and an Arab mare named China.
Outside of her animal-related interests, Andi enjoys making wedding cakes and travelling. A fun fact about her? She has over 2,000 books on her Kindle!
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