Our Team

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Hospital Manager


Jennifer Harrington

Jennifer is originally from the East coast and spent time growing up in New York and Massachusetts prior to moving to Arizona with her family in 1998. She attended Bay Path College in Longmeadow, MA and obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Early Childhood Education. Her passion and love for animals sparked the beginning of her veterinary career in 2004.

Jennifer shares her home with her fiancé Donnie and their four fur kids. “Bean” a Papillion-Chihuahua mix, “Finn” a Papillion-Chihuahua mix, “Wiley” a Pomeranian-Chihuahua mix and an all white 100% deaf feline named “Zero”. In her free time, Jennifer enjoys going to the movies, cooking, swimming and spending time with family and friends. She also enjoys traveling and visiting new places especially if it allows for some “toes in the sand” time. Jennifer has a huge obsession with sharks and would one day like to swim with them (preferably in a cage).



Lisa was born and raised in the beach cities of Southern California and moved to Arizona in November of 2012 with her husband, Jim. They share their home with five dogs, four cats, two rabbits, two leopard geckos, fifteen finches and a sulcata tortoise. Lisa has had a deep passion for animals all her life and is always trying to educate herself on animal health and nutrition. At Apollo North she is a Client Services Specialist who loves interacting with the patients and getting to know their loving parents. In her spare time she enjoys reading, baking, camping, watching black and white movies, and spending time with her family.



Devon has always had a passion for animal care since she was a little girl. As she grew up her dreams of working with animals became a reality when she graduated from Pima Medical Institute with an AS in Veterinary Technology. Devon plans on becoming a Certified Veterinary Technician in March of 2017. Devon has a loving family that includes her husband Marty and their fur-babies Lacy Lue Freebush and Archie B. Radley. In her spare time, Devon loves to travel, watch movies, and hang out with friends and family. Devon’s same passion for animal care carries on into her love for the Arizona Cardinals and the Chicago Blackhawks. Devon also has a loving passion for marine animals and one day wishes to swim with sharks.



Tammi came to Apollo North in April of 2017, however she has been in the Veterinary field in 2005. Her love for animals started at a young age because of her father who was a dog handler for the United States Air Force. Through the years she has worked with a variety of species, not just dogs, cats and pocket pets. In Arkansas she also worked with monkeys, raccoons and even a kangaroo. She shares her home with daughter Adyson that equally loves animals. They have three mischievous cats named “Jack”, “Dash” and “Kiki”. In her spare time, Tammi enjoys spending time with her daughter and has a passion (small obsession) for all things “Nightmare Before Christmas” related.


Teresa started in the Veterinary field as a receptionist at the age of 18. Since then her love for helping animals has grown and so has her knowledge with over 14 years experience working as a Veterinary Technician. She has worked along side general practice veterinarians as well as some of the top orthopedic surgeons. She loves the fact that through the years she can still learn more from the wonderful veterinarians with so much knowledge to give. Teresa currently has two wonderful dogs named “Sally” and “Diesel” that live in harmony with a ragdoll cat named “Lugnut”.



Jessica has been a Veterinary Technician for 11 years learning everything she knows on the job. She has a particular affinity with cats sometimes being called the "cat whisperer ". Jessica is married with 3 daughters, 3 cats and a dog. In her spare time she loves to spend time watching Netflix with the kids, camping, and going on motorcycle rides or just reading a good book.



Anna has always had a strong passion about animals since she was young. When she was a little girl, Anna volunteered at horse and dog rescues witnessing, the good and bad that came with it. She realized that she wanted to help and be an advocate for animals for the rest of her life. Anna Graduated from Pima Medical Institute in 2019 as a Veterinary Assistant and is continuing her schooling at Pima to become a Certified Veterinary Technician. Anna was born and raised in Arizona and has a loving home with her husband, son, mom and five dogs. In her spare time, Anna loves photography, hiking, reading and spending time with her family. Anna hopes in future to be able to work with wildlife especially, with a wolves’ sanctuary.


Gabby was born and raised in Arizona and has always had a strong passion for animals that started at a very early age and has followed her ever since. She graduated high school at 16 to pursue her passion of working with animals. She graduates from Pima Medical Institute with her AS in Veterinary Technology in March 2019, where she then plans on becoming a certified Veterinary Technician this year. Gabby currently has one spunky Miniature Schnauzer named Franklin and one devious cat named Fish. In her spare time, Gabby loves going camping and spending time with her family and friends. Gabby can’t wait to expand her knowledge in the Veterinary field and hopes to one day own her own rescue/rehab facility.

Toothless, the Leopard Gecko

“Toothless” became a family member at Apollo North when he dropped his tail and needed a home. Though small in size, he has a large personality and deserved a dragon sized name. Fitting too, because the dragon in the movie had tail issues of his own. His tail has since grown back, and he is a healthy and thriving Leopard Gecko that is very loved. He greets the staff as they walk by and no one can resist tossing him some extra goodies during the day.

More about “Toothless”:

The leopard gecko is a crepuscular ground-dwelling lizard naturally found in the deserts of Asia and throughout Pakistan, to the northwestern parts of India. Unlike most gecko, leopard geckos possess movable eyelids. It has become a well-established and popular pet in captivity. Leopard geckos are crepuscular reptiles; they are limited to the burrows during the day but become active at dawn and dusk when the temperature is favorable. These geckos are solitary, and do not usually live with other animals.

Leopard geckos feed on crickets, roaches, waxworms, mealworms, super worms, other insects, earth worms, pinky mice (although these have fatty livers). In captivity, most individuals will prefer hunting food themselves. The majority of captive leopard geckos will also refuse to eat dead prey. Crickets are the most common food source to give them in captivity, as they can hunt them in their enclosure the way they would in their natural environment, though mealworms and certain species of roach are also common. When food is scarce in the desert, they can rely on their ability to store excess fat in their tails. Sufficient calcium and vitamin D3 is also very important for their diet: How they obtain it in the wild is still unknown, although they likely receive this from their varied prey of moths, spiders, ants, and other insects. In captivity, it is near impossible to completely duplicate the diet they will have in the wild, so the most nutritious insects known are offered, usually dusted with a fine calcium powder with added vitamin D3 and sometimes gut loaded by feeding. Also, their keen sense of smell and sight allows them to search for food in the wild, they will stalk their prey somewhat like an actual leopard will, moving their tail, and then striking when they are satisfied.

Vinnie, the Djungarian Hamster

“Vinnie” is a Djungarian hamster who came to Apollo North because he does not play well with others. A tough guy to the core, as his name suggests, is willing to show a softer side only when he is given a Goldfish cracker or some other tasty treat. But do not be fooled by his size or cute little face, he is large and in charge and will take no gruff from anyone. He is a very spoiled young man because all the girls love a bad boy.

More about “Vinnie”:

The Djungarian hamster also known as the Siberian hamster, Siberian dwarf hamster or Russian winter white dwarf hamster, is one of three species of hamster in the genus Phodopus. Features of the Djungarian hamster include a typically thick, dark grey dorsal stripe and furry feet. As winter approaches and the days shorten, the Djungarian hamster's dark fur is almost entirely replaced with white fur. In captivity, this does not always happen. Djungarian hamsters are common as pets in Europe and North America and exhibit greater variance in their coats than those found in the wild. They reproduce often—more so than Syrian hamsters—and, as they have no fixed breeding season, can continue to produce large amounts of offspring all year round. Young pups will act aggressively to one another; whilst breeding females may show similar aggression to males.