Lead Certified Canine Rehabilitation Assistant
Dusti is the lead Certified Canine Rehabilitation Assistant at both SCAH and AVSRC. She received her certification from Canine Rehabilitation Institute in August of 2017 and has also undergone training in Canine Trigger Point Therapy. She enjoys working with all patients but especially those recovering from orthopedic surgeries and sports injuries. When she is not helping your pets achieve their rehabilitation goals, she is spending time with her husband and children or competing in AKC conformation events with her Great Danes. Dusti is currently enrolled in the Distance Veterinary Technology program at Cedar Valley College with hopes of becoming a licensed veterinary technician upon completion.
Certified Canine Rehabilitation Assistant
Teresa is a small town girl who loves to hunt, fish, and spend time with her friends and family. Teresa is a certified canine rehabilitation assistant. She received her certification from the Canine Rehabilitation Institute in 2017. She graduated from Mulberry High School in 2005 and has always had a love for animals. She spends most of her spare time with her nephew Landon and her rescue Dachshunds, Fred and Francisco. She joined the South County family in August of 2013 and now also works with Dr. Sharp at AVSRC.