Treatment/ICU Supervisor and Director of Training - Since 1997
Jeremy joined the PVH team in 1997 working in the kennel before making his way to the ICU/ treatment room. Since then, he has been fortunate enough to have gained immeasurable experience working in general practice, at LSU Veterinary School in Baton Rouge, and as a hospital manager for a large specialty and emergency veterinary hospital. He obtained his undergraduate degree in Business Administration from UNO in 2014 and was excited to rejoin his home team at PVH in 2017 as Treatment/ICU Supervisor and Director of Training. His knowledge, attention to detail, and calm demeanor amidst the controlled chaos that can be veterinary medicine are vital to keeping the treatment room running smoothly. His ability to read subtle physical and behavioral changes in his patients, allows him to recognize changing medical needs as they occur, as well as helping him to connect with even the most scared or sick patients. He is a strong believer in the role that empathy plays in the healing process, and spends as much time as possible with ill or frightened patients comforting them and trying to make sure that they feel safe and loved. As an animal lover himself, Jeremy knows the importance of connecting with clients and patients, and strives to treat all pets like they are his own. Jeremy is married to Colette Seale (whom he met at PVH), and is the proud father of two sons: Jacob and Benjamin. He has two dogs- a Doberman/ Bull Mastiff mix named Rosie, and a Rottweiler named Homer. He also has four cats -- Macaroni, Cheese, Weasel, and Punkin, a bearded dragon named Merlin, and multiple fish tanks. He is a guitar player/singer/songwriter, and loves snorkeling, camping and hiking with the family.