Emily started off as an intern in the summer of 2013 at The Canine Joint and got hired soon after! She received her associates in Veterinary Technology in December 2013 from Becker College, and is expecting to get her bachelors in Clinical Medicine with a concentration in Veterinary Science in the Fall 2014. She hopes to become a certified veterinary technician in the summer of 2014, and is planning to go to University of Tennessee to complete the certification process to become a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner in 2015.
She has always had a love for animals, and never knew it could be a career. After her sister-in-law told her about being a vet tech, she applied to Becker College to pursue a career in the animal field. During a previous internship, the hospital had a physical therapy suite and Emily loved it and wanted learn more about the physical therapy field. She found The Canine Joint and completed two internships there, and got hired right after. She feels lucky to have found her career path so young.