Jason TenzerPatient Ambassador
'I bring a lifelong passion of working with dogs and cats, which comes with great pride and pleasure knowing I can make a difference helping pet companions in our community. I truly love what I do!'
Jason grew up in South Florida and began his career in Veterinary Medicine in his father's veterinary clinic as a teenager. His love and knowledge for animals has lead to over 20 years of working in Gold Standard practices in Florida and Georgia. Jason has special interests and education in many aspects of veterinary health care that include Geriatric Pet Care, Veterinary Dentistry, and Animal Behavior. He is highly skilled in Veterinary Assisting and enjoys sharing his extensive knowledge with our clients.
During his free time he enjoys spending time with his love Jennie, his daughter Leah, and their cats George & Buttercup. Jason also plays the drums and spent 10 years of his time touring with his band.
April Van RooyenPatient Ambassador
'I am so grateful to have the opportunity to wake up each day and live my passion here at Family Tree Animal Clinic. It is an honor and a privilege to ensure that our patients are receiving the best possible care and leave FTAC knowing that the human-animal bond has been strengthened.'
April grew up in the small North Georgia town of Cleveland and has always dreamed of having a career dedicated to helping animals. She is currently enrolled in Penn Foster's Veterinary Technology program in pursuit of her Registered Veterinary Technician license. April enjoys all aspects of the veterinary field and has a special interest in surgery and diagnostics.
During her free time April enjoys hiking in the mountains with her husband and two dogs, Balto and Odin.
Julie LevyPatient Ambassador
'I am inspired by the veterinary field and strive to make a positive difference in the lives of pets and their owners.'
Julie has had a life-long love for animals and biology, having spent time volunteering with and contributing to zoological and animal rescue organizations. Her interests have inspired her to work as an advocate for companion animals and their welfare in professional environments since 2014. Her experience at a leading pet resort & training facility, in client relations, and animal care in veterinary settings have been her most rewarding career choices. Julie plans to continue her education with a focus in the areas of veterinary hospital procedures and animal behavior and care.
Julie enjoys spending time with her husband and three children at the movies, vacationing and at events with the local community. And of course, what animal loving home would not be complete without furry dog and cat companions! They share their home with adopted friends; a dog named Maya and three cats Escher, Nigel and Aoife.