Pet Boarding Team

Benning Animal HospitalPenny Moores, Pampered Pets Manager

Penny began her pet care career here at Benning Animal Hospital in December 1999. For over 16 years, she has helped provide a home-like environment for boarding animals.

As the Pampered Pets Manager, Penny helps bathe, feed, clean, and play with the pets boarded at the hospital. However, it's her caring and nurturing attitude that keeps pets wanting more. "I love having boarders that are excited to come back," Penny states. She also credits the hospital's great work environment as a major contributor to both her and her clients' happiness.

At home, Penny has a Jack Russell terrier mix named Pebbles and a domestic shorthair named Meho. She enjoys crafting, bicycling and working in her garden.

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Benning Animal HospitalDiane Brosamer, Pampered Pets Assistant and Receptionist

Diane Brosamer came to Benning Animal Hospital from Las Vegas, Nevada. She previously worked at Knott's Berry Farms in California for 10 years before moving to Georgia. Diane has taken pre-vet courses and has worked with a range of animals including reptiles, goats, sheep and birds.

Diane is a certified weight coach through Purina and uses her skills to concentrate on animal weight management. She is also certified in veterinary laser therapy.

At home, Diane has a chihuahua named Zelda, a blue heeler named Apache, and a Siamese mix named Tobias. She and Apache compete in various canine sporting activities including dock diving, obedience training, rally, lure coursing, barn hunts and agility. Diane hopes to try canine tracking someday. She also enjoys camping and hiking.

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Benning Animal HospitalReginald A. Weeks, Senior Kennel Assistant

Reginald joined the Benning Animal Hospital staff in 2008 as a kennel technician, and is currently the senior kennel assistant. He has been in the pet care field for eight years and says he is always eager to meet new people and their furry friends. His cental professional interest is ensuring the wellbeing of each animal at Benning Animal Hospital.

When he isn't working, Regie likes to spend time with his son and family. He considers himself a master of conspiracy theories. Regie also enjoys playing basketball.

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Benning Animal HospitalAmanda Brosamer, Kennel Assistant

Originally from Las Vegas, Nev., Kennel Assistant Amanda has worked at Benning Animal Hospital since 2013.

Amanda has a Jack Russel/Scottish terrier mix named Miley, a Queensland heeler mix named Delilah and a domestic longhair cat named Lilly.

In her free time, Amanda participates in various canine sporting events with Delilah and Miley, including agility, barn hunts, dock diving, rally, lure coursing and obedience training. She hopes to compete in tracking in the future. Amanda enjoys horseback riding, camping and whitewater rafting.

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Jonathan, Kennel Assistant

Jonathan is one of our top-notch Kennel Assistants here at Bennington Animal Hospital. He helps make sure that all the boarding patients are comfortable and happy, and provides assistance in our kennels. Originally from Smith Station, Alabama, this southern gentleman provides compassionate care for all animals that enter our facility, each and every day. Some of his professional interests include sports, animal documentaries, animal behavior, and marine biology.

Away from the office, Jonathan finds enjoyment in spending his leisure time by swimming, supporting Alabama Football “Roll Tide,” and taking his pet, Rodger the Rabbit, for walks and a breath of fresh air.

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