My name is Jill Hammond, I have three human children and a total of 13 animal kiddos which include 4 dogs, 4 horses, 3 snakes, a skunk, and 2 barn cats. I have always wanted to be a vet tech but it wasn't until later in life when I could make that dream come true. I was the Director of a prek8th grade school for over 13 years and spent my free time volunteering at the local shelter accumulating over 1,000 hours, many of those in the medical department. This just confirmed for me that my passion and calling was helping animals. I went back to school and completed my AS degree as a vet tech and graduated in July 2020. I volunteer at the local shelters in addition to non-profit clinics helping with the feral cats in the community by providing TNR services. I have a strong passion for helping pets in need and their families who love them.
About Jill Hammond
Lead Volunteer at Pasco County Animal Shelter
BS in Comm, BA in Education, AA in Early Childhood Education, AS in Veterinary Technician
Volunteering at the local shelter and rescue groups, hiking, horseback riding
4 dogs, 2 cats, 4 horses, 3 snakes, 1 skink