Our Technicians

Bayside Hospital for Animals

251 Racetrack Road
Fort Walton Beach, FL 32547

(850)864-1857

www.baysidevets.com

VETERINARY TECHNICIANS

 


 


Andrea King:

Andrea Joined the Bayside Hospital for Animals team in March 2014.  She has over eight years experience as a veterinary technician.  Andrea completed an animal care specialist course through Ashworth University and is currently working toward certification as a Certified Veterinary Technician through Penn Foster College. 

Andrea is originally from Ohio and served in the military.  Once she completed her military career Andrea began her pursuit of her dream of becoming a working with animals.  She says she married her best friend, her husband is serving in the Air Force and is stationed at Eglin Air Force Base.  They plan to make Fort Walton Beach their home after her husband's retirement for the military.  They have an adorable and active little boy.  Their family also consists of five canine companions:  Missy, Pumpkin (senior Whippet mixes), Rain (senior miniature Australian mix), Daisy (an English Bulldog) and Bear (a German Shepherd/Golden mix). 

Andrea loves traveling and spending time with her family, she is also an active volunteer for H.E.A.R.T. Animal Rescue.


Jennifer Jones:

Jennifer is from Louisiana where she started her career volunteering at a animal shelter. In 2015 she had a chance to apply for a kennel technician that housed 73 runs at a veterinary/boarding 

facility. In 3 months she was promoted surgery technician and stayed at that position for 1 1/2 years before moving to Fort  Walton Beach in September of 2016. After moving to sunny Fort Walton Beach she accepted a position a Bayside Hospital for Animals as a veterinary technician. Jennifer loves her job and has a great understanding for aggressive dogs. She actually is a owner of one.  She loves all dog but has a super soft spot for "Pitties".   In her spare time, she spend as much time as possible with her fur babies, King Max, 6 years old and Star Jewel, 1 1/2 years of age. If she is not  doing her daily 2 mile walk, she can be found walking someone else's dog.  She also spends a lot of her time selling donated items to benefit Villalobos Rescue Center in Louisiana, a sanctuary for over 300 animals.