Our Team

 

 

Our Team

Sarah Gonzalez, Head Receptionist

 

Sarah joined our team in the spring of 2018.  She has two grown kids and her smiling face brightens our reception area!  She’s the friendly voice answering our phones, making reminder calls, and greeting you when you arrive.  

Sarah has always had a love for animals and likes to interact with both our clients and our patients.  

She shares her home with her Maltese Bleu.  In her spare time she loves to play with he granddaughter Alicia and cheer on her 49’ers.  

Sarah’s spirit animal is a sloth. 

 

     

 

 Bailey Romi, Veterinary Assistant

Bailey is our part-time Registered Veterinary Technician. She graduated from the Maple Woods Veterinary Technology Program in 2019. She has worked for this clinic since 2017. 

Bailey tends to lead a busy life. While working part-time with us, she is Raymore’s full-time Animal Control Officer. In her spare time she volunteers with Lakeside Nature Center in their wildlife rehabilitation department and makes all-natural candles.

Bailey has two cats and a dog at home: Rosie, Walter, and Beatrice. 

Bailey has been to Ecuador to work in a spay/neuter clinic and has been to Wyoming to work as a ranch hand. She has experience with all sorts of animals and hopes to use that to open her own wildlife sanctuary. 

As a licensed technician, Bailey can handle many lab procedures and minor treatments on her own, as well as doing dental teeth cleaning, changing bandages, and collecting blood samples.   You may find your pet scheduled for “tech appointments” for some of these things.

Alex, Veterinary Assistant

Alex is a college student working part-time since spring of 2018.  She assists with animal restraint, lab set-up, clean-up, and reception duties.  

Once she finishes her bio, we’ll add more! (Come on, Alex!)

 

Beau, Feline Supervisor and Break Room Attendant

Beau is a former stray who came to us when we opened in 2014.  His face tells the story of the hard life of a stray cat with frost-bitten ears, broken teeth, and various scars including his right pupil.   

He has learned that living the life of a veterinary clinic mascot is much better than his previous one.    His skills include knocking small objects off counters, keeping the dogs in line, and warming laps.

If you’re missing a syringe or ball-point pen, ask Beau where it is.  He won’t tell you, but it will make you feel like you’ve done something about it.

His hobbies include food, treats, “making biscuits”, and tormenting small dogs.  He has a minor addiction to catnip-infused toys.

Whole Health Pet Center
18011 E St. Rte 58
Raymore, MO 64083
816-331-1868

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