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Meet Casey


Casey is one of our vet nurses and she brings a lot of knowledge and technical skill to the practice. She has been with Hazel Dell since the beginning of 2017 and our patients love her. Casey not only brings her expertise to us here in Carmel, but she can also be seen in the ER department at the Advanced Veterinary Care Center in Fishers. 

Casey always knew she wanted to work with animals as a career and her passion drove her to pursue this dream. She graduated from Morehead State University (agricultural/animal sciences major) receiving a diploma in Animal Health Technology in 2009. Casey has a special interest in dentistry and has received additional training in this field. Casey lives with her 2 goofy dogs, Cinder and Darcy and three cats named Fred, George, and Colonel Fitzwilliam. In her free time, she enjoys music, crocheting and boxing.

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