Veterinarian and Owner
Dr. Brandt has many years of experience caring for pets in Utah. She spent ten years in emergency medicine and loved the work but decided to say goodbye to 3 am and hello to her family. Most recently she practiced at White Pine Veterinary Clinic in Park City. Dr. Brandt completed both her undergraduate and veterinary training at Cornell University. She has completed many subsequent courses on current dental and surgical techniques. Dr. Brandt has a house full of terriers so she has an experienced touch with their sass and spunk. She is a hopelessly addicted skier and enjoys all kinds of outdoor fun. She truly enjoys helping people with their beloved pets.
Lead Veterinary Technician
Becky was born in Novato, CA (across the Golden Gate bridge to the north). When she was 11, she moved to Salt Lake City with her parents, two brothers, and one sister. Becky has worked as a veterinary technician for the past 6 years and has been at Red Butte Veterinary Care since September 2016. She loves her work as well as the animals and their owners that she meets daily. She graduated from Broadview University with a degree in Veterinary Technology and is a certified veterinary technician.
Becky loves what Salt Lake City has to offer. Her hobbies include snowboarding, wakeboarding, paddle boarding, hiking, and playing tennis. She has been an animal lover since she was a small child and can’t remember a time when her family didn’t have pets.
Becky is the owner of 6-year-old Maci, a Pomeranian/Australian Shepherd mix; Hattie, a pure-bred Pomeranian who just turned 1; and Goose, a Siamese who is now 14 years old.
Cali was born in Salt Lake City. Her passion for animals started young when she realized how much she loved horses. She started training hunter/jumpers. After coaching for 5 years, she decided to branch out to small animal medicine and has been working in this setting for 2 years. In her free time, she enjoys riding her horse Anne and running with her dachshund Rokie.
Emily has always had a soft spot for animals and grew up with dogs and cats. She gained experience working with horses for a rehabilitation horse rescue and has raised baby cockatiels and several breeds of chicken such as Welsummers and Jersey Giants. When she’s not working with animals, she enjoys hiking, traveling, and hanging out at home with her fiancé. Emily is currently in school and has hopes of becoming a doctor. Even though she hasn’t decided what kind yet, she always wants to make sure to find time for her furry friends.
Liza grew up in Salt Lake City and has loved working at Red Butte Veterinary Care for the past two years. She discovered her passion for animal advocacy and has since gained experience volunteering with wildlife conservation organizations and working at local animal rescues. She is currently studying Biology and Pre-Veterinary Medicine at the University of Utah. She spends her free time relaxing and running with her fiancé, labrador retriever, and rescued lab mix puppy.
Kim grew up in Salt Lake City and has always had a love for animals. She started her career as a technician in 2010 and has since expanded to an administration position with Red Butte Veterinary Care. She grew up with two chihuahuas and was adopted by two neighborhood strays she named George and Phil.
Front Desk Representative
Trace originally hails from Seattle and moved to Utah 5 years ago. After graduating from the University of Washington, he studied Animal Husbandry in Hawaii. Trace enjoys all recreation that Utah has to offer, and you’ll most likely find him out on the trail with his rescued Cattle Dog mix named Toph.
Originally from Tucson, AZ, she moved to Utah in 2008. She has been grooming all her life and learned from her mother in her small local salon. When not grooming, you can find Tahna on the trail with mud on her boots or on 2 wheels enjoying a view.
Originally from Oregon, I moved to Utah in 2005 and have been grooming for over 10 years. I started my career at PetSmart Grooming Academy and received my Skin Care and Dermatology Certification. Since becoming a pet stylist, I’ve learned many different styles and cuts for different breeds.
My goal is to provide a stress-free grooming experience for all pets and owners and to create a lasting bond with all of my clients.