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Courtney is our Kennel Manager here at DAH. She graduated from Dutchtown High School in 2010 and has multiple years of experience handling and taking care of pets and wild animals alike. Courtney began her career in animal care at a boarding facility and doggy daycare. She loves all creatures but has a huge passion for reptiles, rabbits, and birds of prey. She is an artistic individual as well, spending all of her spare time painting or crafting when not loving on the world's furry and non furry friends. You can see some of her creative talents on our fence murals.
A native of Cotton Port, Cody moved to the area to attend
college. He plans to pursue a career in medical physical
therapy and is currently enrolled at LSU. Always seen with a smile on his face, Cody is a huge animal lover and has a Siamese cat named Mimi. In addition to his work at DAH, Cody is also a professional DJ and is the man behind the music at many local venues.
Avery is originally from Way Cross, Georgia but has spent most of his life in the Prairieville area. His compassion for animals is evident and he has grown up with many family pets. Currently, Avery and his family have two dogs, a Yorkie named Holly Claire, and a Lab puppy named Bijou. Avery is currently in his second year of attendance at LSU.
Gregory was raised in Baton Rouge, LA, and moved to Prairieville about 8 years ago. He graduated from LSU with 2 Bachelors of Science degrees. The first degree was Zoology, and the second was Computer Science. His employment background includes Philmont Boy Scout Ranch, computer programming, Restaurant Office Management, and Veterinary Technician/Kennel Worker. He is an Eagle Scout who still enjoys hiking and kayaking. Growing up he had a dog, cat, 4 hamsters, and 2 birds.
Eric was raised in Central, LA, where he still lives and enjoys to this day. His hobbies include reading, listening to music, and hanging out with friends. Eric has plans to complete his collegiate education at BRCC, with a focus on engineering and music. His love for animals has always been with him growing up, and he continues to pursue that love while caring for your pets while they stay with us.
Emily has recently completed her freshman year of college at RPCC. She has recently applied to several schools, including LSU, for veterinary science. Emily has loved animals since childhood and working towards vet school has been her goal for as long as she can remember. She has lived in Louisiana all of her life but has been a resident of Geismar for the last three years. Emily started work with Dutchtown Animal Hospital in 2016. A fun fact about Emily is that she at one time owned 18 pets at once.
At Dutchtown Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are!!
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I love this place! Our first time taking our beloved Prairie to a Louisiana vet and we were very pleased. Everyone was nice, polite, and helpful.
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Dr. Grayson saved our kitty's life. She was missing for 6 weeks and was found emaciated, severely dehydrated, and had a damaged liver. She was only a couple of days away from death. Many vets might have thought it was hopeless and recommended putting her down, but not Dr. Grayson. Best of all, we were able to use our Care Credit, which gave us 6 months no interest to pay the bill off. Thank you Dr. Grayson and all the staff at Dutchtown Animal Hospital!!