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Greenwich Bay Animal Hospital
Bill Carson has been a valued employee at Greenwich Bay Animal Hospital since 2009. He holds a degree in Wildlife Biology from the University of Rhode Island. Bill has 18 years of experience in the veterinary field including general practice, emergency practice and shelter medicine. His professional interests include practice management, emergency medicine, wildlife medicine, shelter medicine and management. Bill lives in South Kingstown, RI with his 17 year old son Thomas and his 12 year old lab Tucker.
Brenna Elliot has been with Greenwich Bay Animal Hospital since 2011. She has 15 years of experience in the animal care field including working in a shelter as a technician, being an animal control officer for 7 years, and also has experience in veterinary surgery and dentistry. Brenna strives to learn as much as possible in order to better herself at her job. She lives in Lincoln, RI with her husband and 8 year old son Hunter as well as her two dogs, four cats and a bird. While not working Brenna enjoys sports, horseback riding, hanging out with her family, going on hikes with her dogs and traveling to play competitive softball.
Amanda Rankin began her career at Greenwich Bay Animal Hospital in 2011. Amanda has 6 years of experience in the veterinary field including client education, animal restraint, anesthesia, surgical assisting and dentistry. While at work, Amanda strives to expand her knowledge in the dental field to help her to become a dental hygienist in human medicine. Amanda resides in West Warwick, RI with her beloved dog Opal and her cherished cat Domino. When not at work Amanda likes to spend time with her family and pets, power lift, save Gotham City, and going wine tastings.
Casey O'Shea is a new team member to Greenwich Bay Animal Hospital and to the veterinary field. She graduated from Rhode Island College with her BA in studio art with her concentration in photography. A year after graduating college she wanted to transition to working with animals and started studying to become a veterinary assistant with Penn Foster. Working with animals had always been an interest of hers since she was young. She wants to further her knowledge in the veterinary field and hopefully become a technician. Casey is a bunny lover and lives in Cranston with her lovable, floppy-eared, energetic rabbit named Lascaux. Some of her interests include listening to music, reading, painting, sketching, and taking photos, as well as going to concerts and watching Walking Dead.