Since moving from Oregon in October of 2005, Janet has worked in the veterinary field as a Receptionist for 4 years. Before moving to Idaho, she spent 10 years working at Double-C Pet Resort in Klamath Falls, Oregon, managing the retail store and training dogs. Janet lives with her fiancé, Jay, and 2 rescue dogs: Ringo, an Australian Cattle Dog mix, and Lexie, a small Cattle Dog mix. When Janet is not working, she enjoys camping, an occasional NASCAR race, woodworking and spending time with her family.
Eagle Animal Clinic’s experienced support staff of Client Care Specialists, Certified Veterinary Technicians, Animal Health Technicians, and Animal Care Assistants strive to provide personalized, compassionate care for our patients and clients alike.
Becky Dugas, CVT
Becky Dugas, CVT received her license in Veterinary Technology in 1998 and has been working in veterinary hospitals since 1994. She has been employed with Eagle Animal Clinic since its opening in March of 2000, and has been EAC’s Hospital Manager since 2005. Becky’s daily work partner is Izzy, her loud, snoring Shih-Tzu/Pug mix.
Becky grew up on a family dairy farm outside of Weiser, Idaho; and has always had a passion and love for animals of all sizes. She currently resides outside of New Plymouth with her husband, Larry, and three children, Clara, Grace, and David. They live on a few acres where they have room for their menagerie of pets that includes dogs, cats, chickens, goats, horses, and one very old (25+ years old!), retired Jersey cow. When not working Becky spends time sewing recycled denim quilts, decorating cakes, and raising Boer goats (from time to time, she even has bottle baby goats in her office at the clinic). She also enjoys fishing, camping, spending time at her family’s cabin, riding ATVs, and supporting her kids in both 4-H and FFA.
Client Care Manager
Nichole joined the staff of Eagle Animal Clinic in 2008 as a full time Receptionist. In 2013, she was promoted to the role of Client Care Manager. She has over 8 years of experience manning the front desk in veterinary offices, so she’s seen it all! Nichole enjoys visiting with the “regulars” that she’s come to know over the past several years (she likes talking with their people, too!), but also appreciates the opportunity to meet new faces as well. She also continues to enjoy the teaching environment the clinic and veterinary field provides.
Nichole is the proud mom of Parker, a black Standard Poodle and One-Eyed Jack, a crazy cat with only one eye. When not at work, you can find her spending quality time with family and friends or traveling with her husband.