Lone Mountain Externship Program: Brooke

Originally from Connecticut, Brooke developed her love for animals at a young age, surrounded by a variety of pets including Australian shepherds, cats, chickens, fish, a horse, guinea pigs, and otterhounds. This early interaction with animals, particularly horses, grew into a deep-rooted interest that she pursued academically. Brooke’s dedication to animal welfare was evident in her high school years when she volunteered at an equine retirement farm and a dog shelter. Her commitment to animal care continued into her undergraduate…

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Lone Mountain Externship Program: Keishla

Keishla, originally from Puerto Rico, had a love for animals at a young age, growing up with many dogs including Labs and a Husky. This passion was further fueled by watching nature documentaries and shows on Animal Planet, leading her to a particular interest in wildlife and conservation. Before Keishla even knew what a vet was, she was certain she wanted to work with animals. This aspiration was reinforced through her high school math and science classes, and followed her…

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Lone Mountain Externship Program: Caitlin

Caitlin, a native of Atlanta, Georgia, has had a lifelong passion for animals, nurtured through her upbringing with a variety of dogs including boxers, pugs, and labs. Her fascination with animal care was sparked during her childhood visits to the vet with her pets and by watching shows on Animal Planet. Her dedication to veterinary medicine never wavered and was enhanced during a gap year in college. During this time, she worked as a receptionist, tech, and veterinary assistant at…

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Lone Mountain Externship Program: Maria

Originally from Puerto Rico, Maria’s journey was inspired by her older sister, a practicing doctor, she initially contemplated a career in human medicine. But her childhood, filled with the companionship of dogs, cats, and her father’s cockatiels, led her heart towards a different path – veterinary medicine. Her educational journey took her to the University of Puerto Rico, where she earned her undergraduate degree. Here, she had the opportunity to be part of research with the Caribbean Primates Research Center…

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Lone Mountain Externship Program: Anna

Anna’s upbringing in a military family, split between North Carolina and Connecticut, shaped her resilient and adaptable nature. Her journey with animals began with Shadow, a 3-month-old puppy that her parents gifted her when she was seven years old. As she grew up, her love for animals flourished through volunteer work and regular visits to animal shelters with her mother. These experiences established a foundation that would shape her future. During her undergraduate years, Anna explored human medicine through volunteering at hospitals.…

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Lone Mountain Animal Hospital Externship Program: Maygan

Originally hailing from Puerto Rico, Maygan, developed an early affinity for animals, with cats and dogs becoming cherished companions throughout her childhood. Maygan’s journey into the world of veterinary medicine began with a furry friend—a loyal dog that she grew up with until the age of 15. The bond formed during those years ignited a passion that would shape her future. From kindergarten, she knew she wanted to be a vet, but it was during her college years, delving into…

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Lone Mountain Animal Hospital Externship Program: Emily

Emily is from Gallatin, Tennessee, where her lifelong love for animals began during her childhood, surrounded by a diverse array of furry and scaly companions: dogs, cats, rabbits, horses, hamsters, and even a ball python. Her journey towards veterinary medicine started during her senior year in high school when she was tasked with researching various career paths. It was then that the allure of veterinary medicine captivated her, aligning perfectly with her desire for a career marked by perpetual learning,…

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Lone Mountain Animal Hospital Externship Program: Monica

Monica’s upbringing in Anchorage, Alaska, was marked by her close companionship with a diverse array of pets – rabbits, doves, a cockatiel, a leopard gecko, a Labrador, skinks, a fancy corn snake, a fire belly toad, and an assortment of fish. This early bond with animals ignited her lifelong ambition to become a veterinarian, a path she chose at the age of 10. Her educational journey started at the University of Fairbanks Alaska, where she began her veterinary pursuits. Currently…

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Brianna Brooks D.V.M

Dr. Brianna Brooks grew up in Houston, Texas and knew from a young age that she wanted to be a veterinarian. She attended Texas A&M University for undergrad and Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine for veterinary school. Dr. Brooks enjoys the educational aspect of being a vet and educating clients so that the care provided to the animals is effective. She chose to work at Lone Mountain Animal Hospital because of the supportive environment and mentors. Dr. Brooks specifically…

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Lone Mountain Animal Hospital Externship Program: Marina

Marina is originally from California and is currently enrolled at the University of Glasgow Veterinary School where she will be graduating Summer of 2025. She attended the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona for her undergraduate degree. Growing up, Marina’s family had cats and dogs, so she has always enjoyed caring for animals. Currently, Marina has a cat. She enjoys working with dogs and cats, but has a lot of interest in working with exotics. Marina knew from an early age…

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