Many of the same health problems that affect us, including hearing loss, also affect our pets. Fortunately, most pets adapt very well to the disability with a little help from their owners.View Article
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Dr. Johnson was born and raised in Moab Utah. Being the daughter of Dr. Sorensen she spent a large part of her childhood at the Moab Veterinary Clinic and cultivated a love of animals. Watching her father care for animals Alexis gained a desire to follow his path and become a veterinarian herself. After graduating from Oregon State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014, Dr. Johnson returned home and joined the Moab Veterinary Clinic as a Veterinarian. Currently Dr. Johnson lives with 3 cats, 3 dogs, 4 cockatiels, and a bearded dragon. She has a love for animals large and small, and daily expands her knowledge to best care for them. Though she does not specialize in a specific field, Alexis is fascinated with surgical procedures and is currently learning the techniques of bone plating.
When not working in the clinic Dr. Johnson spends her time caring for her daughter (Born Feb 2015) and spending time with her sister who also lives in Moab. Alexis is family oriented and believes that our pets are a part of our family deserving quality care.
Dr. Joy Moffett, DVM
Owner / Office Manager and wife to Dr Sorensen.
Sheryl is the key element that keeps things in the clinic running smoothly from day to day. Having started the business side by side with Dr. Sorensen she knows all the ins and outs to the business. Sheryl often works right alongside her husband as a technician and/or receptionist on top of all her other responsibilities.
Amanda has been an integral parts of the clinic for years now. She just loves caring for your pets on a day to day basis.
Amanda has grown up working in the clinic from a very young age. Working back in the kennels she spends most of her time with the animals and makes sure that they are well cared for when they stay with us.
She is the mother of 2 little girls and also has her 6 fur babies. 3 cats and 3 dogs.
She is currently working on getting her Veterinary Technician Degree from Penn Foster.
Lee Rindlisbacher, VT
Lee is fluent in Spanish- Se habla espanol
He received his bachelors of science in wildlife management from USU in 2007.
Lee also received his vet assisting certificate from Bridgerland Applied Technical college in 2012.
He is pictured with his two beloved dogs Deuce and Ned the Pirate (he only has 3 legs).
Rikky Griffin-Foster, CVT
Credentialed Veterinary Technician
Rikky graduated from Colorado Mountain College in 2009 with an Associates of Applied Science in Veterinary Technology and passed the Veterinary Technician National Exam that same year. She is a member of the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America, member of the Veterinary Medical Humane Society, a Certified Veterinary Technician through the Colorado Association of Certified Veterinary Technicians, and is going through the registration process to become a Registered Veterinary Technician through the Indiana Association of Veterinary Technicians.
Brittney Worthen, VT
Jonathan Frank, VT
Kaitlyn Stevens, VT
Laura Nantz, VT