Erika graduated in 1999 with Honors from the Veterinary Technician Program from Macomb Community College. Since that time she has enjoyed working as a technician caring for pets and educating clients. Her areas of interest in veterinary medicine are patient care, surgery and dentistry.

Erika is the practice manager at Commerce Village Veterinary Hospital and her primary responsibility is overseeing the daily operations of the hospital.  She is is working towards earning her Certification in Veterinary Practice Management (CVPM)

Outside of work, Erika enjoys spending time with her husband, two daughters and all of her pets which includes a farm with 8 chickens.


Beth's career as a veterinary receptionist has spanned over 25 years! She loves sharing the bond between clients and their pets. She looks forward to talking with and getting to know our clients and greeting pets at the front desk with treats and smiles!

She has a special interest in dog training and loves sharing her knowledge! She has helped instruct classes of Obedience, Rally and Agility. Personally she has titled her Australian Shepherd Wylie in both Rally and Obedience and she enjoys working with him in agility and herding skills.

Beth is married and has three daughters, three Australian Shepherds, two parrots, a rabbit and a koi pond. She enjoys spending time with her family, cruising in her husband's classic muscle car, snowmobiling, gardening and playing an active role in her church.


Dianna graduated in 2013 with honors from the Veterinary Technician Program at Baker College of Flint. She has a special interest in canine rehabilitation and dentistry. She is in the process of completing her certification in rehabilitation through the University of Tennessee’s CCRP program.
She has lived with pets her whole life and has been working with them for the past 18 years. If it has to do with animals, especially dogs, she has an interest in it! Although she owns three adult dogs, she has a special place in her heart for puppies. If she could, she would always have a puppy in her household! She recently added a Border Collie to her German Shepherd pack and has high hopes for her agility career. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her daughter and playing with her dogs. She currently trains and competes in Schutzhund/IPO, Agility, and Obedience.


Jennifer graduated cum laude from Macomb Community College in 2003 earning her degree as a veterinary technician.  She has worked in the veterinary industry since 1998. She most enjoys performing and monitoring anesthesia and assisting in surgery. She is passionate about educating clients and patient care. She loves to continually learn on the job and increase her skill level at educational seminars. She is proud to say that she loves her career just as much now as when she first started in the veterinary medical profession!

When not at Commerce Village Vet Jenny can be found managing her horse farm and training and competing with her horse named Expensive Lesson...aka the Michigan Hunter Jumper Association. She also has 3 boys and spends a lot of time watching hockey and tennis, and managing the travel baseball team that her husband coaches. She also enjoys traveling with her husband. Her other fur babies include a Boxer named Jedi and 3 cats.


Laurel, one of our receptionists, has been in the veterinary field since 1995. She enjoys working with both people and their pets. She enjoys helping strengthen the human animal bond.

When Laurel is not working she likes to dabble in photography , and art. She is currently working on a horse mural at her home in commerce.

Laurel lives with her husband David, daughter Jewel, Rex and Oliver whiskers.


Heather has been a veterinary assistant in the field for over 8 years. She has 2 dogs, a tarantula, a ball python and other snakes. She enjoys helping our patients feel comfortable and less anxious while being at the hospital. Outside of work, Heather enjoys camping and hiking.


Katie is one of our veterinary assistants and has been in the veterinary field for over 20 years.

Katie enjoys camping, cooking and training her puppy Kylie. Katie's family also includes her husband Mark, son Kevin, cats Daniel and Cubby.

One of Katie's proudest moments was hand raising a giant Rufus elephant shrew for the Peoria zoo. Ask her about it sometime!


Carrie graduated from the Macomb Community College earning her Veterinary technician degree.

Carrie takes pride in her job and has come to enjoy all areas of the field.  She has a passion for continuing education and always wants to learn the newest technical skills and patient care techniques.

She continues her love for animals at home with her husky, Ellie and three cute felines, Max, BoBo and Leo.

When Carrie is not working she likes to enjoy her time playing soccer, spending time with family, traveling and spending time at the lake!


Courtney hails originally from Rochester Hills and she obtained her veterinary technician degree from Baker College. She has always loved animals and enjoys working with clients to achieve the best care for their furry families! She has also worked at Oakland Veterinary Referral Services in the dermatology department before joining the team at Commerce Village Veterinary Hospital.

Courtney also earned a bachelors degree in in Exercise Science from Western Michigan University and has previously worked at Lifetime Fitness, Fitzone, and Staywell before her veterinary career.

She was a synchronized skater for 17 years, and even skated for Western Michigan University. She resides in Waterford with her boyfriend, Andy and their little pug- Clark W. Pugswold.


Ashley earned her veterinary technician degree from Baker College and is passionate about the veterinary field because of her long love for animals! She especially enjoys surgery and previously worked with a veterinary dental specialist.

She resides in White Lake with her husband Michael and a full house of pets. She owns three dogs named Lola, Fish and Copper. Two cats named Burtrum and Meow Mix, and a full brood of chickens.

In her spare time she enjoys quilting, gardening and traveling around the world. At last count she has traveled to over 13 countries.


Dr. Andrea Putt