Meet the Veterinary Staff of Grace Animal Hospital
The professionals of Grace Animal Hospital have been hand-picked for their commitment to excellent care for pets with the ultimate in kindness and compassion. They always respect and honor pet owners and support their efforts to enhance the human-animal bond.
Meet our special staff:
Lisa Mullett, Receptionist
Lisa is very excited to be a part of the Grace Animal Hospital family. After living all of her life in Mineral Wells, WV, she moved to Clarksburg in 2000. She is a graduate of Parkersburg South High School and WVU-Parkersburg.
Lisa and her husband, Chris, have three children together: Daniel, Mackenzie and Olivia. She enjoys watching her children play soccer, looking for new recipes, watching races and spending time with friends. They have a yellow lab named Sadie, a brown tabby named Isabelle, a calico tabby called Jasmine, several gerbils and a fish.
Goldie Correll, Receptionist
Kristin White, Receptionist
Martha Patton, Registered Veterinary Technician
Martha has over fifteen years of experience as a licensed veterinary technician. Being raised on a farm, Martha always had a strong passion and love for animals, and becoming a veterinary technician allowed her to perform a job she loves. She received her Veterinary Technology degree from Fairmont State University in 1995, and subsequently became licensed as a registered veterinary technician in West Virginia. Since that time, she has worked with both large and small animals and additionally has gained some experience working with exotics.
Martha currently lives in Bridgeport with her husband, Todd, and with "Lacey" a 4 1/2 pound Australian Silky Terrier, "Leonard" a Staffordshire Terrier, "Tuffy" a domestic shorthair cat and 2 horses, "Scout" and "Jazz".
Shelby Zuchowski, Registered Veterinary Technician
Shelby joined our hospital family in February of 2012. Following her graduation from Preston High School in 2010, she moved to Fairmont to attend Pierpont Community and Technical College and major in Veterinary Technology. She completed her second preceptorship at our hospital and graduated from the vet-tech program in May 2012.
Shelby enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and of course her pets. She has an American Eskimo Dog named Kahlua, a Pitbull mix named Annie, a cat named Willis, and a ferret named Jager.