Nettle Sinoradzki, Veterinary Nurse Assistant

Mission Statement

My mission at Mt. Tabor Veterinary Care is to always treat patients, clients, and co-workers with compassion and respect and, to acknowledge everyone as an individual in the midst of busy days at the clinic. I try to always remember that our patients do not understand what we are doing and help them feel as safe as they can.

Bio Statement

“The community at Mt. Tabor Veterinary Care is unique and holds a very special place in my heart for reasons too numerous to list. I am honored to be a part of it.”


Massage and Hydrotherapy Program – Arizona School of Integrative Studies
Om Ananda Yoga Teacher Training


Current member of the following veterinary organizations:

• Veterinary Support Personnel Network
• PVMA Paraprofessional Support Program

Professional interests include care at animal sanctuaries, dog training, care of stray and sheltered animals, care during disasters, anesthesia, and holistic medicine.


• Green Acres Animal Sanctuary in Silverton, OR

The Loves of my Life

The loves of my life are my partner Cally, my animal family past and present, and all the wonderful farmed animals whom I have had the privilege of caring for at two different sanctuaries.

Passions and Hobbies

I love hiking, backpacking, riding my bicycle, snow-shoeing, going swimming in lakes and rivers, gardening, cooking and eating vegan food, doing craft projects, spending time with friends and family (both 2-legged and 4-legged), doing yoga, and lounging in a hammock with a good book.