Suzie started working for companions in May 2005. She is the mom to two cats. She has 31 nieces and nephews and loves to spoil them. Her favorite things to do ( besides work) are picking huckleberries in the summer, taking drives in the mountains to take pictures ( rain or shine) and yearly visits to the Oregon coast.
Sean relocated to Caldwell from western Oregon at the first of the year, with his partner Erin. They have a beautiful little girl together. They have two dogs; Luna the pit bull, and Charlie the scruffy terrier mix. Although the house is run by their cat Gobbles “the fancy gentleman”. When he is not working, he is spending time outdoors hiking, fishing, snowboarding and mountain biking.
Sean Graduated from Central Oregon Community College’s Veterinary Technician program in 2018 as a certified technician with an Associates of Science Degree in Veterinary Technology.
Jennifer has been in the veterinary field for 10 years. When she is not working at the hospital she is working on the ranch. In her free time she enjoys riding horses, camping, fishing, exploring beautiful Idaho. She has four dogs that partake in these adventures with her. The mountains and the water are Jennifer’s favorite places to be.
Kylee is originally from Colorado. She recently moved to Idaho and is happily married. Kylee graduated from BYU Idaho with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. She has always loved animals and wants to have one of her own soon. When not at work, Kylee loves to read, watch movies, listen to music and play sports.
Jamie is an Idaho Native. She graduated from Brown Mackie College as a Certified Veterinary Technician. When she is not at work you can normally find her outside either on a horse, camping, on a paddleboard, or a snowmobile. She has two kids and a Basset hound named Rowdy.
Calley is an Idaho native. She is happily married to her husband Nick. She has a variety of pets, including a Kenyan sand boa, a ball python, two jumping spiders, a leachianus gecko, a cocker spaniel and a beagle. When she’s not at work she loves volunteering at the reptile zoo with her husband and going on adventures. She loves nature and getting out of the city whether it be hiking, fishing or herping (searching for wild amphibians and reptiles out in nature).
Mackenzie moved to Boise in the summer of 2023 after graduating from St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota. In addition to a love of dogs and cats, Mackenzie has a passion for wildlife and plans to attend veterinary school in the future to study wildlife medicine. Outside of work she can be found playing flute, backpacking with her boyfriend Noah, or taking hikes with her foster dogs.
Fletcher was adopted in 2013 from the Wood River Valley Animal Shelter in Hailey, Idaho. He is one of those few dogs that can smile, and when he does, it wrinkles up his nose and makes him sneeze – it’s very funny and endearing. He’s always been a sweet and mellow guy. A genetic test revealed that Fletcher is a mix of Border Collie, Australian Shepherd, and Tibetan Terrier. He loves come to work and greet everyone, especially if they have a treat for him. Outside of work, he loves to go for walks with his dog friends and keep them in line with his mad herding skills