Our caring and compassionate Staff!

Our staff is dedicated to continuing education in an effort to provide the most current medical care available, and to keep abreast of the latest advances in veterinary medicine.

Please call us at 717-243-2717 to speak to one of our caring veterinary staff members!

Licensed Veterinary Technicians

Pat

Licensed Veterinary Technician

Pat & “Lucky”
Pat graduated from Harcum College in 1979 and has worked at the Carlisle Small Animal Clinic full or part-time since 1981. She recently retired from proudly serving our country in the Air Force National Guard. She has a soft spot for feline faces and has 6 cats: Matty, Loki, Rita Mae Brown, Bullseye, Singe, Zoe and Sierra. She also works full time for the Commonwealth of Pa. as an Animal/Poultry Health Inspector.

Diane, R.A.H.T.

Licensed Veterinary Technician

“Ellie Chalupa” all cuddled up and ready for a nap.
Diane graduated from Harcum College in 1979 and has been working at the Carlisle Small Animal Clinic since August of that year. Diane is one of our Laser Therapy Technicians. She received her training through the American Institute of Medical Laser Applications (AIMLA). She lives with her husband, Richard. They have two dogs: No-Maggie and the newly adopted Meatloaf!

Victoria

Veterinary Technician

Victoria has been working at our clinic since July of 2016. She graduated from Wilson College with a bachelor’s degree in Veterinary Medical Technology. She has a mixed-breed dog named Bobo and several pet rats. In her spare time she enjoys visiting museums and spending time with her family.

Office Supervisor

Janice

Office Supervisor

Janice & “Maci”
Janice resides in Carlisle with her dog, Maci, and cats Rocky and Mina.  She has been with Carlisle Small Animal Clinic since 1985.  She enjoys spending her free time outdoors!

Receptionists

Angie

Receptionist

Angie resides in York with her husband Steve. She has bred/shown and trained dogs since 1979, and currently has 6 Shetland Sheepdogs. She was a professional pet groomer for 17 years before coming to work at the Carlisle Small Animal Veterinary Clinic in 1999

Cheryl

Receptionist

Cheryl & “Abbi”
Cheryl has been working with us since 1994. She lives with her husband and a Kangal dog ( breed from Turkey ), named Sarah Jane. She is also a proud Grandmother of three beautiful grand daughers named Mariella, Katarina, Bella, and two Grandsons Leo, and Thor. Outside of work, she enjoys yoga, mystery books and music.

Michele (Mick)

Receptionist

Mick shares her life with her cocker spaniel, Duke, and her husband Paul. She enjoys spending time with her Great-nephew Landon, hiking, and RVing. “Go Duke Blue Devil’s Men’s Basketball!” You cannot miss her infectious laugh!

Shawna

Receptionist

Shawna has been working at Carlisle Small Animal Clinic since 2005. Her and her husband share their home with numerous furry friends! Shawna is also the co-founder of Furry Friends Network. FFN is a non-profit animal rescue organization that works to save the lives of homeless dogs and cats. Check out their website from the link on our homepage or by visiting www.furryfriendsnetwork.com

Laurie

Receptionist

Laurie has been a long-time client of ours and came on board as a part-time receptionist in 2015. When she’s not at our clinic, chances are Laurie, who is a portraiture artist, can be found in her studio at the home she shares with her boyfriend and their two dogs, Rebel, an Alaskan Malamute and Snort, an English Bulldog. You can see examples of her artwork on her website lauriedidit.com

Linda

Receptionist

Linda Naugle had been a client of Carlisle Small Animal Veterinary Clinic for 40 years before she became a part of the receptionist team in 2015. “I am proud to be a part of this caring team that I have come to know as part of our family over the many years I came here” she says. She is currently “mom” to 4 dogs and 3 cats. She, and husband Dave of 43 years love to rock climb in their spare time

Tracy

Receptionist

Tracy received her degree in English from Norwich University in 1990, and has worked at Carlisle Small Animal Clinic since 2014. She and her husband, Greg, live in Carlisle with their two dogs and five cats.

Veterinary Assistants

Amy

Veterinary Assistant

Amy & “Hoosier”

Amy has been working for our clinic full-time since 1998.  She has special interests in pet grooming and animal dentistry.  Amy is one of our Laser Therapy Technicians.  She received training through the American Institute of Medical Laser Applications (AIMLA).  She is proud to live with 2 special dogs right now–”Hula”, a feisty Chihuahua, who wears clothes everyday and loves to be the boss, and “Hoosier”, an energetic pit bull mix, who loves to train for agility and to hike in the mountains.

Heather

Veterinary Assistant

Heather & “Manny”
Heather graduated from Delaware Valley College with her B.S. in Large Animal Science in 2002. She has been working at our clinic for over 6 years and is currently pursing an Associate’s degree in Surgical Technology. Heather is one of our Laser Therapy Technicians. She received her training through the American Institute of Medical Laser Applications (AIMLA). She lives with her daughter, Alix, two dogs, Manny and Sam and two cats, Lo-ki and Monkey.

Cassie

Veterinary Assistant

Cassie has been working at our clinic since August of 2016. She graduated from YTI Career Institute with an associates degree in Veterinary Technology. She has a Bichon Frise named Bella, three cats and a three legged rabbit, that was cleverly named Nubbens. Outside of work she enjoys spending time in the outdoors with her family.

Sarah

Veterinary Assistant

Sarah has been working at our clinic since 2013. She Graduated in 2009 from Dauphin County Technical School with a Certificate of Completion for the veterinary assistant course from the Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association. She has a Shih Tzu named Ruca and a bearded dragon named oatmeal. In her spare time she enjoys kayaking and being outdoors.

Support Staff

Margie

Support Staff

Margie & Dr. Barnett
Margie is responsible for helping keep the clinic looking so great, both inside and outside. She has a green thumb that is able to convince our African Violets to grace us with their blooms.

Natalie

Support Staff

I graduated from Cumberland Valley High school in 2015 and I am currently taking online classes to become a Veterinary Technician. I have lived in this area my entire life. I grew up next to my grandfather’s farm in Boiling Springs so my love for animals started at an early age. Right now I have two dogs; an 11 year old Redbone Coonhound named Lily and a 3 year old Golden Retriever, German Sheppard mix named Ben. Animals are my main passion but I also love to bake. I have a real sweet tooth for cookies, cupcakes, brownies, basically anything stuffed full with sugar. In my free time I enjoy playing with my dogs, doing crafts, eating ice cream and watching The Walking Dead.