Meet Our Support Staff

When the going gets tough, the tough get going. Our support staff is the backbone of our practice, going above and beyond to provide exceptional service for our patients and clients. We couldn't ask for a more capable and talented team, and we're excited for you to meet them!

Support Staff: Danielle Lewis

Danielle Lewis Operations Manager

Danielle has always been passionate about animals and the environment. Though she did not initially set out to have a career in veterinary medicine, she's glad to have ended up where she is! After college, Danielle moved to Florida to work as a freshwater fisheries biologist. Later on, she moved further south and has been part of the Animalife family ever since. She has been in this field for 5 years now and intends to become a certified practice manager in the not-so-distant future.

Danielle has one dog, Libby, a Husky/Sheltie mix. On her days off, she enjoys fishing, paddle boarding, and spending time at the beach.

Support Staff: Stacey Sosinski

Stacey Sosinski Veterinary Nurse

Stacey began her career in the veterinary field working as a caretaker for over 300 animals at the Animal Refuge Center. She fell in love with the medical side of animal care and decided to pursue an entry-level position at an animal clinic, which is where she received her training. From there, she began her journey with exotic medicine and worked as an exotics-only technician. Stacey has had a passion for animal care since she was very small. Having worked in this field now for several years, there is no doubt in her mind that this is what she's meant to do. For her, one of the most fulfilling aspects of her job is being able to make pets happy and healthy all while building a relationship with them and their owners. While she enjoys working with animals of all kinds, exotics (especially reptiles) hold a very special place in her heart.

Stacey and her fiance Joseph share their home with 5 dogs (Sadie and Pig the Pit Bulls and Stella, Annie, and Zoey the Chihuahuas), 2 geckos, and 3 snakes, but are always adding more to their menagerie. In her free time, Stacey enjoys being with her animals, going to the shooting range, visiting reptile expos with her fiance, and painting pet portraits.

Support Staff: Jenny Kordelski

Jenny Kordelski Receptionist

Jenny has always loved animals and deeply enjoys getting to interact with them every day as well as help their people, too. She loves to see people smile, so she always tries to make everyone who walks in smile! In fact, she considers helping people and their pets the most rewarding part of her job. When she is not at work, she enjoys reading, going to the beach, and cooking. Her greatest life achievement so far has been traveling the world, living in different countries, and sharing God’s love with everyone she meets.

Support Staff: Bethany Carroll

Bethany Carroll Veterinary Nurse

Bethany is a big time animal lover, especially opossums, and she actively volunteers with various wildlife rehabilitation and conservation groups. When she is not hard at work, she spends her time volunteering, spending time at state parks, and watching movies. Bethany has 3 pet rats and 1 mouse. To Bethany, the most rewarding part of her career in the Veterinary field is helping an injured or sick animal and following its progress after release back into the wild. 

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