About Us

Meet Our Team

Veterinary Assistants


Charlene Munro, RVT (Lead Technician)

Charlene has been a technician for more than 30 years. She began working with Lake City Animal Hospital in 2001. She is married with 2 English Bulldogs, 2 Rottweilers, and American Shorthair, Somalis, and a Maine coon. She also competes/participates in cat shows with her American shorthairs, Somalis, and Maine Coone.

Danielle Urtnowski

Danielle has been with Lake City Animal Hospital since 2010. When she is not working or helping with Road Trip Home Rescue she enjoys spending time outdoors. Her hobbies range from hiking and camping with her dogs to skydiving, scuba diving, riding horses, and back packing.

Hope Baugh

Hope is currently enrolled in Penn Foster. She joined Lake City Animal Hospital in 2010. She is married and the loving owner of dachshunds Baxter and Clover, and rescue dog Colby Bear.

Mike Larson

Mike joined Lake City Animal Hospital in 2008. He has been instrumental in rescuing and rehabilitating many wild animals, including squirrels, ducks and hawks. Mike has four dogs – two pitbulls, a chocolate lab, and a red tick coonhound.

Zach Mueller

Zach joined our team in August of 2012. He began as a kennel assistant, later became our assistant kennel manager, and is now a veterinary assistant.

Mallory Rosiek

Mallory’s family has been bringing their pets to Bartow Animal Hospital, Inc since 1997. She has a passion for animals and joined our team in 2014. Currently, Mallory is enrolled at Kennesaw State to further her education. Her personal animals include two cats named Willow and Pikachu. She also has two dogs named Duffy and Trixie.

Alyssa Kynard

Alyssa has worked at Lake City since 2015. She is happily married, loves sporting, dogs and owns a Weimaraner. She is currently majoring in biology.

Hannah Hamby

Hannah has been working in the veterinary field since 2011. She has a BSA in Animal Science from the University of Georgia. Hannah currently has two dogs and four cats with plans of possibly adopting more.