Danielle began her career in veterinary medicine as a high school student. Her passion in animal care continued, and she has worked at several different small animal practices before joining Indy Paws. She has never looked back!
Danielle looks for opportunities to expand her knowledge in the best care and treatment for all of our furry patients. Her favorite aspect of veterinary medicine is behavior. Danielle is our hospital manager and she works diligently to keep things running efficiently and smoothly for all visitors.
Sonya has been a registered veterinary technician since 2009. She is a graduate from the Vet Tech Institute at International Business College with an AAS in veterinary technology. Since graduating, Sonya has worked in emergency and specialty animal hospitals and has just recently joined our team at Indy Paws. Sonya loves catering to each animal’s individualized needs through nursing care and client education. Sonya and her partner Matt have three children and they share their home with three dogs, two cats and two leopard geckos.
Colby is a recent graduate of Harrison College’s Veterinary Technology Program. She is engaged to be married. When Colby isn’t spending time at home with her 4 dogs and 3 cats, she enjoys camping and boating with friends and family.
Carynne graduated from Harrison College in November 2017 and will soon be a registered technician (RVT)! She started her career in veterinary medicine several years ago at West Michigan St Vet prior to finding her home at Franklin Animal Clinic, where she has focused in the surgery department. Recently, she began to work with Dr. Stacey Shore and gets to split her time between Franklin and Indy Paws, which allows her a wide range of veterinary experience. She feels that becoming an RVT is her calling and she wouldn’t trade what she does for anything!
Carynne is a huge animal lover and has 2 fur babies of her own. Jace is her first, a 7 year old Doberman who thinks he is a human. Ava is her second baby who recently crossed over the Rainbow Bridge but will forever be in our hearts. Carynne has been married for about 2 years and they have a 1 year old son, John.
Emilea became interested in a career in veterinary medicine while working at an exotic animal rescue group when she was just 12 years old. She pursued her career as a veterinary technician, graduating from International Business College in 2015 and passing her boards in 2016. She has worked in emergency, general small animal practice, and equine medicine throughout her career. She worked with a large breed dog rescue for 2 years and volunteered doing vaccines and diagnostic testing at Shelbyville Animal Shelter. She is married with 2 children, 2 dogs (Jett & Diesel), and a cat (Storm) at home. When she has free time, she enjoys horseback riding, hiking and swimming.
Growing up in central Florida, Rezzy recognized helping animals in need as worth life-long pursuit. Rezzy started his career with basic husbandry of surrender exotics (Reptiles) at the Orlando Sci-Center and volunteering in dog rescues. I have two Australian shepherds and royal boa. I strive to provide each patient with the same high standards of care just as for my own Kabuki San, Katana, and Lupin.