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Erin L. Felton, D.V.M.

Erin L. Felton, D.V.M.
Dr. Felton graduated from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine in 1998. Upon graduation, she and her husband Chris returned home to El Dorado County, where she was a graduate of Oak Ridge High School. Dr. Felton practiced in nearby Fair Oaks, El Dorado Hills and Folsom before starting Companion Animal Hospital. Dr. Felton has a special interest in service dogs for law enforcement, search and rescue, therapy, assistance and guide dogs.

When not at work, you can find Dr. Felton playing soccer or being a mom. Dr. Felton is the proud mother of two daughters, Madison and Katie. The entire Felton Family is protected by their slobbery Newfoundland, Gracie and their vicious Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Woody.

Carrie Lemire

Carrie Lemire, R.V.T.
Carrie has been working in the veterinary profession since 1994. She grew up in San Jose and is a graduate of Western Career College. Carrie is the proud mother of two psychotic Australian Shepherds, Sidney Rose and Sir Andrew; one French Bulldog, Lola Ann; and one fat cat, Daphne Rose.

Alisha Johnson, Veterinary Assistant/ R.V.T Pending
Alisha has been working in the veterinary field since the turn of the century. She is a graduate of Western Career College and is married to her long-time sweetheart, Gary. Alisha spends her "free time" at home with her zoo of 3 dogs: Murphy, Weasel and Bo (the 3-legged wonder dog); 3 cats: Tequila, Jasmine and Trigger; 3 goats: Larry, Curly and Moe; and 2 birds: Charlie the African Grey Parrot and Sargent the Maroon Bellied Conure.

Alisha Johnson
Alexa Lee

Alexa Lee, Veterinary Assistant
Alexa has been working in the veterinary field since 2006. A graduate of Ponderosa High School, she is now attending Folsom Lake College in the hopes of one day becoming a veterinarian herself! Alexa is the proud mama of a fussy, asthmatic cat Caesar.

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