Client Services & Receptionist
Laurie has lived in Arizona for 29 years and has been working with animals for nearly 10 years. Dogs have always been a very important part of her life whether working in a dog hotel or as a customer service rep at North Scottsdale Animal Hospital. She has 3 large dogs of her own. Xena and Zeus are her pitbulls and Jack is her Australian cattle dog. In her spare time Laurie loves to take her dogs camping with her in the family's vintage cruiser camper.
Candy is originally from McHenry, Illinois and moved to Scottsdale, Arizona in 2018. Candy started her dogs in obedience Training and loved it so much she volunteered at her local rescue. She furthered her passion with animals by becoming a veterinary assistant and CSR. She has worked in the field since 2010.
Candy has a daughter who also has a passion for animals and is currently a veterinary technician in Wisconsin. Candy likes to go hiking, off-roading in her jeep and spending time with her husband. Candy has a tuxedo cat named Dickie and a Boxer named Sam.
Lead Client Services Representative
Jenn is an Arizona Native. She started her animal career at NSAH in 2008. In 2017 Jenn left NSAH to pursue a new adventure in the legal field. In July of 2020 Jenn decided her heart was still at NSAH and rejoined the team. Jenn has always enjoyed pet sitting and in 2018 she started a local pet sitting business, Arizona Home Care and Pet Concierge LLC., which keeps her busy. In her spare time she enjoys reading, camping and road trips with her family.
Mr. Gibbs, our four legged Manager who came to us from Foothills Animal Rescue. He was highly recommended to keep the employees in line so we hired him on the spot. With his toothless disposition he sure knows how to tell you to get back to work. He also loves napping, eating bacon, and taking more naps. His specialty is bringing a smile to your face so don't forget to say hi when you pay a visit.
Rosie is Dr. Josh's Airedale Terrier. She was born on November 15th 2014. Her job at NSAH is to help puppies get their vaccines. Sometimes it can be scary in a new place but Rosie makes sure they feel right at home. She likes to spend her days exploring the hospital and playing with the visitors that come and go.