Janna Light CVT
Janna started working as a veterinary assistant in 2009, graduated from veterinary technician school and passed the veterinary technician national exam in 2014, and has been working as a veterinary technician since. She has had experience with general practice, including exotics and zoo work, and emergency. She currently works at a small animal practice in the Madison area and owns Light Pet Care, LLC, a small business that offers in-home veterinary technician services and pet sitting. She is passionate about animal behavior, especially educating owners about preventative training that lessens the chance of behavior problems developing — keeping pets in their homes and out of shelters. She is currently working towards her veterinary technician specialty in behavior to further expand her animal care knowledge and business to include training and behavior consultation.
Carolyn has been working with animals her entire life. She was raised with Yellow Labs, Quarter Horses and Appaloosas. During high school and college, she had a small pet sitting business. Her clients included dogs, cats, horses, sheep, and chickens. Carolyn earned an associate degree in Equine Management, a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, and an MBA. She currently works in the bicycle industry but fills her weekends with dog kisses at a local kennel/daycare facility. Carolyn has training in canine massage. In her free time she enjoys hitting the golf course.
Kammi Tisdale is an experienced Veterinary Nurse. She has provided nursing care to many species of animals, including farm animals, horses and small animals in General and Emergency Medicine. She is a 1982 graduate of an accredited Veterinary Technician program in Virginia. She currently is employed as a Flight Instructor in Middleton, Wisconsin, has a passion for teaching, and would enjoy sharing her knowledge and experience in Veterinary Medicine as contracted with Pet Emergency Education.
Tim Kneeland CVT
Tim has been enjoying a career renaissance devoted to various aspects of enhancing animal care. In 2011, his enthusiasm and academic achievement were rewarded with the Wisconsin Veterinary Technician Association (WVTA) Student Scholarship. As a Certified Veterinary Technician, he is a proud team member of an exceptional companion animal hospital. Besides pet care, Tim is a licensed native wildlife rehabilitator, and he is actively involved with public educational programming through a local wildlife clinic and his Audubon Society chapter. Tim has a specific interest in veterinary triage, low stress patient handling, and public education, and it is his desire to help develop your long term skill and comfort with providing pet emergency care.