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Licensed Veterinary Technician

Christine Carattini
Licensed Veterinary Technician

Chrissie started her career at All Creatures Animal Hospital in 2012. Originally from southern California, she's transplanted herself around the western side of the United States, finally settling in the Pacific Northwest, where she enjoys the dark rainy chill of the region.

Chrissie enjoys the dark side in other aspects of her life as well. She has a love of horror movies and "all things noir". When not working with patients of All Creatures she is most likely at home caring for her small herd which consists of 8 cats, 4 dogs, and a very active toddler. You can most likely find her out at the park chasing said active toddler, reading a book, playing a board game with family, or watching the latest terrifying movie to haunt the local theaters.

While at work Chrissie enjoys helping with emergency care, aiding in surgery, or cuddling the older, crustier feline patients for which she holds a special fondness. She looks forward to furthering her career as a veterinary technician with All Creatures and all the interesting, challenging cases it has to offer!

Jeff Cheek
Licensed Veterinary Technician

Jeff joined the Staff at All Creatures Animal Hospital in July 2017. He has been a Licensed Veterinary Technician since 2001, after completing the Veterinary Technology Program at Mt. San Antonio College in southern California. For the last 12 years he worked at a small 3 Dr. clinic in Tacoma. Jeff lives with his wife and two sons in Gig Harbor. If you don't find him at work, you'll likely find him coaching his sons during baseball or football season, or also volunteering with the local little league. Jeff is very excited about working with all the various species of exotic and domestic pets!

Kati Dickey
Licensed Veterinary Technician

 
Kati achieved her Veterinary Technician License through education and years of experiences. Her experiences have allowed her to work with such animals as tigers, lions, leopards, and jaguars. Kati has also worked with birds from around the world; Southern Ground Hornbills, MotMots, Snowy Owls, Andean Condors, Flamingos, and many more. Kati hopes someday to be able to be a part of a research team that works in the natural environment with the remaining tiger species.
 

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