Our Staff

Michelle P

Michelle has been with Natural Pet since 2006, and before that worked several years at another animal hospital. Michelle has loved animals as long as she can remember, and has always wanted to work with animals and the people who love them. She currently shares a home with 1 dog and 3 cats. When not answering phone calls and assisting in scheduling your appointments, Michelle enjoys arts & crafts, going to concerts and cheering on the Chicago Bears!

Ashley G

Ashley is a Certified Veterinary Technician and has been a member of the Natural Pet Animal Hospital family since August 2010. She knew at the young age of 5 years old that she would one day have a career in the veterinary field. Ashley loves working for a proactive, integrative animal hospital and being part of a great team of wellness advocates. She has a passion for rescue, especially pitties as well as wildlife rehab. Her house is filled with the love of three rescued pit bulls, a Chihuahua, a 22 year old adopted cockatoo and an adopted chinchilla.

Ashley M

Ashley has been with Natural Pet Animal Hospital since January 2013. She graduated from Olivet Nazarene University with a degree in Biology and is currently furthering her education by attending the Institute of Natural Health and Education to become a certified human massage therapist. In addition to this Ashley hopes to take continuing education courses in equine and canine sports and geriatric massage. In her free time she enjoys playing with her two pitbulls, taking care of her 4 cats and riding, training and competing her four horses.

Deana Z

Deana has been a member of the Natural Pet Animal Hospital family for 2 years. She has a degree in Veterinary Technology and is a Certified Veterinary Technician. In addition, Deana has a certificate in Equine Care and Management. She is the proud owner of 7 cats, 4 dogs, 5 horses and various other farm animals such as ducks, geese, chickens and peacocks. Deana has a variety of outside interests such as farming, hiking and wildlife rehab. Her goal someday is to become a Certified Wildlife Rehabber. She looks forward to meeting you and promises to treat your pet with the utmost care and respect.