Kennel Staff

clinic_and_staff_057.jpgVonda Adcock, Groomer/Kennel Manager

Vonda grew up in Birmingham.  She joined the CMBAC family in 1999 and quickly rose to the position of Kennel Manager.  She discovered her passion for grooming in 2001 and has been the Groomer here at CMBAC ever since.  She has also dedicated many hours to fostering new born kittens without mothers.  Vonda lives with her husband and has two dogs and three cats.

clinic_and_staff_060.jpgJacalyn Waite, Kennel Technician

Jackie grew up in a small town in Wisconsin, where her love for animals began.  She moved to Birmingham in 1992.  In 2001, she found her dream job working with animals here at CMBAC.   A dedicated Kennel Technician, she does all she can to make each pet feel at home during their stay with us.  She devotes most of her time away from the clinic fostering rescues and helping dogs find their forever homes.  She continues to live in Birmingham with her                                                              four dogs and two cats.

clinic_and_staff_054.jpgKimberlee Sanders, Groomer/Kennel Technician

Kimberlee grew up in Birmingham.  She joined the CMBAC family in 2004.  Just as dedicated to her job and animals as her mother Jackie,  she too, does all she can to make the clinic feel like a home away from home.  She also helps local rescues by fostering dogs and helping find them their forever homes.  Her and her husband raise their two children together in Clay and have three dogs and two cats.

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