My name is Tammy Regan. I have been with MAH for over 30 years now in one way or another. I was a client here for 18 years before becoming a member of the staff in 2000. After graduating from college, I worked in the corporate world for 10 years before leaving the work force to raise my family in nearby Oreland. My husband Mike and I have three girls – Lauren, Brooke and Madison. We also have a granddaughter, Ayvah, and a grandson, Cannon.
Animals have always been an extreme passion of mine and I had already decided that when it was time to go back to work I wanted to work with animals. On one of my routine trips to MAH for vaccines for one of my cats, I was told by the staff that there was an opening for a part time receptionist and that I should apply for it. Next thing I know I find myself filling out an application and being interviewed on the spot for the position with my cat on my lap.
My other “kids” include Butterscotch, “the cutest and most perfect dog in the world,” three cats — Diesel, Missy and Romeow Valentino, two box turtles –Harvey and Harriet, Lance the leopard gecko, and a backyard pond filled with fish and frogs. Butterscotch, Diesel and Romeow Valentino have all been part of the “benefits” of working at MAH as I adopted them through the hospital.
Outside of work I enjoy spending time with my human and furry family, going on walks in the park with Butterscotch, reading and vacationing in the Outer Banks.
Hi, my name is Carolyn and I have worked at Montgomery Animal Hospital on and off with my dad and sister for over 20 years. I recently bought a house in Ambler and live there with my husband Chris, our baby Jonah, our kitties Boing and Monkey, and our blue-tongued skink Niles. In my free time I enjoy gardening and going to concerts.