405 S. Main Street

Yerington NV 89447


Sarah is our head receptionist, she has been with us for over a year.One of Sarah's favorite things about being a receptionist is that she one of the few employees that get to see all of our patients as soon as they walk through the door and greet them before heading in for their appointments. Sara has always loved animals and one of her favorite things is being slobbered on by our patients each visit. 

Jenna is our youngest member and started with us as a volunteer. She now works with us part time in the afternoon since she goes to school in the morning. Jenna's favorite part about Greenfield is learning new things and working with our team. Jenna wants to become a vet or work in wildlife management.

Val came to us all the way from California, where she has over 20 years of experience working within the animal field. She has been with Greenfield Animal Hospital for over 1 year now. One of the things that she is the best at, is calming animals while they are being held for their vaccines. She seems to really know  how to calm them down when they get upset. She fits in with everyone that works here and can always find the good in any situation.

Lupe has been with us for over 5 years, before coming to us she was a dog trainer for over 13 years. Lupe is passionate about working with animals and is always striving to better herself and her surroundings. She enjoys working at Greenfield Animals Hospital and helping our clients and most importantly for our furry friends they are why we do what we do!    

Lori is our other receptionist , she came to us in April of 2018. She started out as just being a client bringing her puppy in for his vaccines. Lori was impressed with our hospital and how clean and friendly Greenfield is. Just like all our other girls Lori also loves animals, but cats are her favorite. Lori enjoys greeting our clients when they walk in the door and makes it a priority that everyone feels welcome when they walk through our doors.

Lois has been with Greenfield Animal Hospital for over 13 years. She has always wanted to work with animals. Her opportunity became possible when she first came to G.A.H with her pets. Dr.Jody said had told her that she should come to work for them, because of how good she was  with her animals. At that time she already had a job and said that she could not take the job at that time, but she was thankful for the offer. Every time Lois would come in after that, Dr.Jody would say that she needed to come in and work for them. So, one day Dr.Jody asked again, and Lois said yes! The following day Lois started working for Greenfield Animal Hospital and has been working her ever since.  Lois says that  there is nothing more rewarding than to nurse an animal back to getting better. There will always be the sad times, but the happy times out weighs the sad.

Our Team and Their Furry Families