Elizabeth “Libby” Lyttle-Bryant, CVT
Certified Veterinary Technician
Libby has been in the veterinary field since 2009 where she started working as a kennel technician. Though she’s always had a love for all types of animals, she quickly learned that veterinary technology would be her calling.
She started calling Country Oaks Animal Hospital her home in 2011 and since then has made many strides in her veterinary career. In 2013, she graduated from St. Petersburg College with her Associate’s degree in Veterinary Technology and obtained her veterinary technician certification through the Florida Veterinary Technician Association.
She recently completed her Bachelor’s degree with combined focus on both clinical medicine and practice management, and graduated in December of 2015.
Over the course of her college career she received the Pinellas County Veterinary Medical Association award in 2013 and 2015 and became a member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society. Her passions in the field include behavior, emergency/critical care, integrative medicine, and rehabilitation. She is looking into specializing in emergency/critical care or clinical medicine before obtaining her practice management certificate after taking some time to polish off her clinical skills.
Aside from school and work, she enjoys spending time with her Lab Mix, Apollo, playing ball or going to the dog park, or traveling to the Smokey Mountains. She adores hedgehogs, French Bulldogs, and her two-year-old niece, Harper.