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Susan St. James

Susan is certain that one of the best decisions she has made in her life was to join the Park City Animal Clinic family 20 years ago.

Susan is a feline enthusiast who lives with three cats. Her experience at the clinic—and as a veteran cat owner—has given her special insight into feline care and behavior issues.

She's proud to be affiliated with a practice she unabashedly describes as "Awesome!", a practice where heart and soul harmonize with high tech state of the art veterinary medicine.

As Office Manager, Susan has become the anchor of the clinic as well as a highly regarded member of the Park City community.

Always quick with a smile and a kind word, Susan is committed to making sure our clients, both human and four legged, enjoy a warm and professional experience when visiting Park City Animal Clinic.

Kelly Bettis

Park city local Kelly Blobaum arrived in Utah with her family in 1985. A top athlete at Park City High School, soon after graduating she earned certification fro Utah College of Massage Therapy.

Kelly then moved to Southern California where she started several businesses, including massage therapy and pet sitting services. She ultimately found her true calling working with animals at a Laguna Beach animal hospital, where she learned to manage large kennels and became a Certified Veterinary Technician Assistant. Missing her Park City roots, Kelly returned home to the mountains and the outdoor life we all love.

Kelly is lending her expertise and love for animals to both Park City Animal Clinic and Park City Pet Resort.

Annie Elliot

Annie retired from a career on Wall Street and moved to Park City to enjoy life in the mountains and to fulfill her long time desire to adopt a dog.

Lucy, a small, sickly English setter inspired Annie to turn to alternative veterinary medicine when traditional treatments were not successful. With the help of a wholistic D.V.M., Annie changed Lucy's diet, vaccine schedule and learned to give Lucy basic canine massage to help ease her pain. Within a few months Lucy was a different dog and Annie began learning other alternative therapies.

After receiving national certification in human massage, Annie completed a canine specific program developed by Colorado State University and Boulder College of Massage Therapy to become a Certified Canine Massage Practitioner. Annie recently trained to provide laser therapy with Park City Animal Clinic's Cutting Edge Class IV laser.

Annie is lending her talent and training to both Park City Animal Clinic and Park City Pet Resort.


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