Meet the Crew!
Meet DR. AMY LAMM
Attended Colorado State University earning a BS in Microbiology and a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine.
She has 7 years experience as a veterinary technician and over 27 years as a licensed, practicing veterinarian.
She has 5 dogs (1 collie mix, 1 bichon frise, 2 shih tzu/poodle/terrier mixes, and 1 chihuahua) also 1 domestic shorthair cat, and 1 zebra finch.
Dr. Lamm enjoys riding her cruiser bike, camping, fishing, reading, traveling, and lobbying for new animal protection laws in Montana. She is also specially trained as an Animal Disaster Response Agent and has been involved in relief efforts for several events including hurricaine Katrina.
She is our housecall vet and thoroughly enjoys her time serving clients!
Meet DR. OLIVIA SEDDON
Dr. Olivia has over 24 years of experience in veterinary medicine. She has an amazing ability to communicate and is extremely caring.
Dr. Olivia loves a challenge and therefore enjoys rescue work! She has been known to foster and rehabilitate dogs that no one believes in, with several success stories. She and her husband are especially fond of German Shepherds.
A native of Florida, Olivia has embraced Montana as her home and in turn loves to be outdoors hiking and enjoying the elevations.
Olivia is probably the nicest person you will ever meet and we are so pleased to have her as a part our staff.
Tammy has been along-side Dr. Lamm for many years. She is a valuable part of our technician crew and we would be lost without her. When Tammy is not working hard at Vet to Go you can find her somewhere in montana working away at a spay and neuter clinic. Tammy has been rescuing and caring for animals for her entire life. Her right hand man is Bull, one of her rescues. You will find him curled up in his bed right at Tammy's feet at the spay and neuter clinics. When Tammy isn't zipping off to a clinic, you will find her snuggling her grandbabies and spending time with her family.
Stacey, our newest receptionist! Stacey has been in the veterinary field for over 10 years, working on the east coast. We are thrilled to have her join our vet to go family!
She joined our team June 2016 as a receptionist. Since then, she has been working as a technician for over a year now and is rocking it! She is currently attending courses to become a CVT. Her passion is animals and giving them the best quality of care possible.
Laura frequently helps at spay and neuter clinics alongside Dr. Lamm and Tammy.
When she is not working or attending spay and neuter clinics, she is chasing her 3 kiddos around or running with her 3 dogs.
Kait has been a true asset to our kennel staff! Kait has been working in both kennels and helping our technicians on a regular basis for over two years. She has the highest of standards in animal care and a true life-long love for animals. In her spare time she enjoys running, hiking and spending time with her fur-babies.
We like to call her Nikki. Nikki has been volunteering with us for a couple of years and recently joined our team working in kennels. We are so very excited to have her on our team, loving all of the boarders. Nikki has 2 dogs of her own and absolutely loves animals. Welcome to the team Nikki!
Caitlin has been involved with the veterinary profession for more than 20 years. After high school she attended Washington State University, where she studied General Biology as an undergraduate student and Veterinary Medicine at the College of Veterinary Medicine. In 2007, she put her studies on hold when she returned to Montana and began work as a veterinary technician. Caitlin joined the team at Vet-To-Go in May 2016. In her spare time Caitlin enjoys hiking, fishing, road trips, watching movies, and spending time with family. She lives in Billings with her husband, Brett, her daughter, Stella, and their 3 dogs, Reese, Charlie and August.
Hi! My name is Moose, I have been "working" here since the summer of 2016.. practically my whole life! I’d like to think that I have the most important job here at vet to go. My specialty is greeting our FedEx driver, greeting as many clients as I can, making sure everyone keeps food off the floors, and I ensure that everyone is as happy as can be at work. Here at Vet to Go I see so many animals who come and go, my mom reminds me that the attention she gives them is very important and when she is working I have to do my job. I have lots to do all day long and it can be very exhausting. I relax in the lab while everyone cares for your loved ones. Sometimes the days are tough and we have to help a loved one over the rainbow bridge, those days are especially hard; I get extra hugs on those days. Some days are really great and I get to spend time in reception (I like those days the most) where I get to see EVERYONE! When I am not working I spend my days laying in various places, playing fetch or running with my mom. I take my job very seriously and I hope you come see me soon!