Massillon Animal Hospital's Dedicated Team
Our receptionists and kennel attendants are the best in the business. They share our love of animals, our attention to detail, and our commitment to performing safe, quality veterinary medicine. We encourage feedback, positive or negative, so that we can make our office THE best in the area.
Tammy Haley — Hospital Manager
Tammy previously had a career at a software company before deciding to follow her dream of working with animals and becoming part of the Massillon Animal Hospital family in 2008. Prior to becoming our hospital manager, Tammy worked as a receptionist and lead trainer of new hires. In her free time, Tammy likes to spend time with her husband, young son, dog and four cats.
Lenore Spitler — Veterinary Assistant
Lenore retired in November 2003 from Heartland Behavioral Healthcare Center with 30 years of service. She now blesses the Massillon Animal Hospital team with her hard work, her love for animals and her lively spirit.
Nicole Ginn — Veterinary Assistant
Nicole was born and raised in San Diego, CA until she recently decided to move to Massillon to attend Kent State University. She has a black lab mix, Cash, and a cat, Rebel.
Nicole has a passion for all animals and in her free time, she enjoys hiking with Cash and being outdoors.
Jeanine Kirsch — Lead Receptionist
Jeanine previously worked as a salesperson at a local nursery where she sold perennials, shrubs and trees while helping customers design personalized landscapes. Her love of animals began as a child in Pennsylvania, where her father bred English Setters. She has three Dachshunds and two cats with four of the five being rescues. If she looks familiar to you that may be because she worked here from 1995 to 2002 before she left to pursue her love of horticulture. Missing the interaction with animals she returned to us in the spring of 2013. Welcome back, Jeanine!
Alicia Larry — Receptionist
Alicia is a Canton native. She is married and has two sons, ages 18 and 15. She also has two dogs, a shetland sheepdog (sheltie) and a dachshund. Because she has always had love and compassion for animals, Alicia is very happy to be a member of the Massillon Animal Hospital family.