Dr. Brady is a 1994 graduate of Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She holds a master's degree from the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut and a bachelor's from the University of Dallas in Irving, Texas. After practicing in Skowhegan, Maine and Dallas, Texas, she settled in Arizona at Best Friends since 1997. She is actively involved in the AVMA, AzVMA and American Heartworm Association. In her spare time, she enjoys photography, gardening and spending time participating in her children's busy lives. In addition to three children, Dr Brady has one dog, two cats, three sulcata tortoises, a corn snake and seven chickens.
Alicia has been working at Best Friends Animal Hospital part time for just over three years. She is a sophomore at Seton Catholic Preparatory where she is a student ambassador. She is actively involved in swimming, as well as many clubs including Latin, drama and sister schools connection. After graduation she hopes to pursue a career in forensic psychology.
Gina is an Arizona native that transplanted to Missouri for 15 years. She and her family moved home to the Chandler area about 6 years ago. When she’s not working at Best Friends Animal Hospital she’s a full time mom to the four of her seven children who still live at home. Her three older children are adults and “flew” the coop a few years ago to start their own families and their dream jobs.
Weekends are full of time spent at their cabin up north in Forest Lakes hiking and fishing. When they’re down in the valley they stay busy with swimming and Sunday family dinners. Fall in Arizona means football, Gina is a diehard Kansas City Chiefs football fan!
Gina has worked in the veterinary field for approximately ten years. She has three dogs: Macy is a Lab Blue Tick Mix, Olivia is a mix of unknown origin and Vick is her Lab Pitt mix. She also has a foster lionhead rabbit named Alejandro.
Kim has been in the veterinary industry for over 20 years, and became a certified veterinary technician in 1999. She loves everything involving dentistry and became a certified veterinary dental technician in 2000.
She shares her home with three dogs and five little monsters (cats) who were found in a box in a Target parking lot when they were just 10 days old.
Annje graduated from Penn State University, and has 15 years experience as a veterinary receptionist and technician. She has extensive experience working with shelter and rescue animals, and has also devoted a lot of time volunteering as a rescuer and transporter for Wild at Heart Raptor Rescue and Southwest Wildlife. Annje is also a Certified Emergency Animal Medical Technician. Annje has several rescue cats and frequently fosters cats and kittens.
Felicia started volunteering at animal hospitals when she was just 8 years old. She has wanted to be a veterinarian since she was 3!
She plans on going to school to get her veterinary technician certification and then working towards a doctorates in veterinary science.
Felicia has 3 Corgis, a Husky Pitbull mix, a St. Bernard Dalmatian mix, and three cats.