Debbie Conrad, Clinic Support and Pet Loss Program Coordinator

Mission Statement

My mission as the Clinic Support and Pet Loss Program Coordinator of the Mt. Tabor Veterinary Care team is to help provide a supportive and compassionate environment for our clients, their companion animals, and our medical staff.

Bio Statement

“I joined the Mt. Tabor Veterinary Care team because they share my belief that the human-animal bond is uniquely based in unconditional love and trust. That makes you an integral component in your animal companion’s care. By welcoming and encouraging your participation in healthcare for your furry and feathered family members, we at Mt. Tabor Veterinary Care can provide the best possible care for your loved ones throughout their lives.”


Bachelor of Arts – San Francisco State University, 1992


Current member of the following veterinary organizations:

  • VSPN – Veterinary Support Personnel Network
  • PVMA Paraprofessional Support Program


I have been active in animal rights advocacy for over 25 years. My special interests include aging with dignity, hospice care for companion animals, pet loss support, and art therapy.

  • DoveLewis Pet Loss Support Program
  • Golden Bond Rescue

The Loves of My Life

My husband and I shared our home for fifteen years with our beautiful golden boy, Lonny. In 2006 we adopted our second forever golden, Champ.

Passions and Hobbies

Reading – In addition to great fiction, I have a passion for non-fiction books, especially relating to animals, spirituality, and nutrition.

Walking – It’s my grounding and centering activity.

Sewing – Fabric can be an addiction.

Creative Arts – Anything and everything, but I’m particularly interested in multi-media collage.

Photography – Just for fun, expression, and memory making.