LISA RELLER, Vet Tech, Growing up with grandparents that owned 2 local Pet Shops way back in the day, there wasn’t an animal or critter Lisa didn’t have as a pet growing up. After High School she traveled a lot and lived in CA while working towards her nursing degree. But it wasn’t long after working in the nursing field at a local hospital that she decided to go back to school at 30 and graduated in 2014 from the Vet Tech Institute at Hickey College as a Veterinary Technician. She is obsessed with anything zombie, and loves sunflowers! Spending time with the 4 pups, hubby, and the kiddo who is currently serving in the U.S.Army, (so proud) are her favorite things to do amongst having lots of other adventures!
Jackie moved to Missouri from northern Illinois in 2017. She and her husband purchased their first home and immediately brought home their first rescue dog from the group she volunteered with in Illinois. They have since added another dog and two cats to their family (with the two senior cats they have fostered in loving memory).
Jackie graduated from Lindenwood University in 2019 with a BA in Elementary Education and is currently working on her MA in Human Resources Management. In addition to her years of teaching in child care centers and public schools, she has always been involved in animal care and welfare. For her 16th birthday, she and her mother began volunteering at a Humane Society in Illinois. She stayed for 8 years. She has volunteered and worked at other animal clinics and shelters in both Missouri and Illinois.
In her free time, Jackie enjoys reading, gardening and baking
Jackie has been a client at FAH since 2018. She truly enjoys providing the same kindness and care to clients and patients that she has always received.
Mary Beth Bible
Born and raised in St. Louis, Mary Beth has always had a great passion and love for animals. Ask anyone who knows her and they'll tell you the exact same thing! She decided at a very young age that she wanted to both volunteer, assist with rescues and rehabilitation, and one day have a career working in the veterinary field. She volunteered at The Wildlife Rescue Center, as well as at multiple animal rights organizations functions and fundraisers over the years.
Her family includes her husband and their two 4-legged English Bulldog "fur children", Axel and Rosie. They like taking family trips with them to their country house, and taking them to visit their grandparents. Mary Beth and her husband enjoy watching movies together, playing board games and trying new restaurants. She loves to cook new recipes and bake yummy treats, too! She likes jigsaw puzzles, reading and getting her garden ready for Spring/Summer!