Mallory – Veterinary Assistant Manager
Mallory was born and raised in Newbury Park with her two brothers. She grew up exploring the outdoors, mostly the Sycamore Canyon Trails, with her pup always by her side. She currently has a golden retriever named Bruce that she and her husband take everywhere. Mallory has always had a love for animals and a desire to work with them, which sprouted from when her mother worked as a veterinary technician when she was young. She is currently taking classes at Pierce College in order to expand her knowledge and obtain her vet tech license.
Kourtnee- Registered Veterinary Technician
Kourtnee grew up in a house full of animals, bringing home lizards and birds she would find, and tried to convince her parents to let her keep them. She studied to be an RN but decided animals were more her calling and changed course to Carrington College, where she completed her course with a degree as a registered veterinary technician! Kourtnee is excited to be learning and working with our AHAH doctors. In her free time she enjoy hanging out with her dogs, and going on adventures.
Lily – Veterinary Assistant
Lily has always been passionate about working with animals. She brought her 6 years of experience in grooming and boarding to AHAH when she joined us. Her dog JD is the love of her life and has been with her since she was 14 years old. Lily is a local Agoura resident and loves to spend time outside on our trails and with her family.
Megan – Veterinary Assistant
After spending years in administration, Megan decided she wanted a job where she could get out from behind a desk and spend her days helping animals! She is new to the veterinary field and we can confidently say she was made for it. Her compassionate and calm nature keeps all of our patients at ease. When she is not at work she enjoys sailing, spending time with her family and her pets Mills (pictured), and dog Butters.
Leanna – Head Receptionist
Leanna joined us with a passion for helping people and she does so by making sure all of our clients and their furry family members are taken care of here at AHAH. Before joining the veterinary field, she worked as a teaching assistant. Her strong leadership and organizational skills help to ensure we see as many patients in our community and local rescue organization animals as possible. When she is not at the hospital she likes to travel anywhere she can spend time in the sun.