Brandon, CVT is originally from Chino Hills, California, but has lived in Bozeman for the past three years. He has always had an interest in veterinary medicine and began working as a kennel tech/receptionist at a 24 hour emergency hospital in 2008. He has earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Livestock Management and Industry from Montana State University, and began working at PETS in 2014. His favorite part of working at PETS is the unpredictability and intensity of emergency medicine. He also loves trauma and critical care, the camaraderie between the doctors and technicians, and appreciates the cohesiveness of the PETS team. During his free time Brandon can be found fishing, hiking, camping, cooking, or watching documentaries with his significant other Sharina and daughter Riah.
Am is a Montana native, and grew up in a big family on a farm in the Gallatin Valley. She has been a veterinary technician since 1999, working in both equine and mixed animal practices. After seven years working at a mixed practice in Helena, Am decided she wanted to change her focus to emergency animal medicine. She joined the team of technicians at PETS to moved back to the Gallatin Valley and started working at PETS in 2013. When not working at PETS, Am can usually be found on horseback. Whether it is halter breaking young weanlings, riding a two-year-old that has never been ridden before, or training professional performance horses, she will always be near horses. Am’s second love is her family, and when not working with horses, she is caring for her nieces and nephews, Foxy, Chino, Rupert, and Macy, her long-haired Dachshunds in tow.
Liz has been in the veterinary field almost her entire adult life. Born in a small town outside of Missoula there wasn't much to do besides play doctor with critters around the house and farm. Her family always had pets growing up and she did 4-H horse and cattle projects throughout school. As a child, she wanted to become a veterinarian. For now, she is almost done with school to become a Certified Veterinary Technician. In her off time, she likes to hang out with her husband, Matt, and two sons, Negan and Damien. They have a busy household with their dog, Shinx, two cats, Ralts, and Victini, a guinea pig, and a fish tank. In addition to that, they are very active within the shelters as a foster family for wayward pets that need a little extra love. Liz also enjoys curling up on the couch with a good book and a knitted work-in-progress. They also own a petsitting and dog walking business based in Gallatin County.