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Dr Rmmasch DVMDr. Rimmasch graduated from the University of Utah in 1989 (Magna Cum Laude) and from Colorado State University Veterinary School in 1993. He served an LDS Mission to the Netherlands. He is an initiate to the Phi Zeta Veterinary Honor Society and Phi Beta Kappa.

He then practiced in Las Vegas, Nevada for 10 years before coming to Provo in 2003. He has been an exclusively small animal Veterinarian the entire time. He has an interest in small animal oncology.

Dr. Rimmasch lives in Springville with his wife, Tina, daughters, Rachel and Alyssa, son, Eric and dog “Flower Power” (named by five year old daughter). When not working he enjoys the outdoors, particularly fishing, hiking, geocaching, bird watching and other pursuits. He also enjoys reading and stamp collecting.

Dr. Dicou has wanted to be a veterinarian since she was 10 years old. As a child her medical kit consisted of mercurochrome, neosporin, and cotton balls. Frustrated, she dreamt of having the knowledge (and equipment) to really be able to help pets.

Her dreams came true in 1993 when she graduated from Colorado State University with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. Two days later she joined the staff of All About Pets. Dr. Dicou enjoys surgery. (Ask to see her “Stuff I’ve Removed From Pets’ Digestive Systems” collection. Highlights include a Christmas jingle bell still attached to ribbon.)

Dr. Dicou was born and raised in Salt Lake City, but now lives in Woodland Hills, Utah with her husband,  and their dog, Lenny—who, by the way, thinks everything that Dr. Dicou does is fascinating. (The dog, that is, although her husband thinks she’s pretty great, too.) Dr. Dicou loves to travel, and has been to Africa and Cambodia to do humanitarian service. She has climbed Mount Kilimanjaro twice, and has run 13 marathons. She and her husband like to ride bicycles. They have ridden their bikes from Maine to Florida, around Lake Michigan, and hope to ride coast-to-coast across the United States some day. Dr. Dicou loves foreign languages and is continually trying to learn Spanish and Swahili. She likes paper crafts, scrapbooking, photography, and has recently taken up quilting.

Dr Arnold DVMDr. Arnold is the newest addition to All About Pets. He joined us in 2009. He grew up in Park City, Utah where he enjoyed playing golf and exploring the mountains.

He attended Utah State University for his undergraduate studies and later The University of Missouri for Veterinary School.

After graduating, he moved to the Pacific Northwest for a few years where he enjoyed living near the Puget Sound and Olympic Mountains.

He returned to Utah in the Summer of 2009 with his two cats, Thomas and Waggedy.  He recently adopted a new friend, Gus, a yellow Labrador Retriever, to go on adventures with.

In his free time he enjoys reading, hiking with his furry friend and attending local sporting events.

Veterinary Technicians

Helen has lived in Orem most of her life.  She graduated from Broadview University with an associate degree in Veterinary Technology.  She is an avid reader, enjoys crocheting, and ceramics.  He has an Airedale Terrier named “Chica”.  She also enjoys camping and hanging with her family.

Tiffany previously worked for us, but left to serve a LDS mission in California.  She has owned numerous dogs and cats, and currently has a feisty Siamese cat named Tiki.  She is currently at UVU working on pre-requisites for a radiology program.  She is a talented artist and enjoys spending time with her family.

Suzie is a certified medical assistant and phlebotomist. She loves animals, especially dogs and have so since she was a child. She has 2 teenage kids, a Chesapeake Bay Retriever, and a German Shepard. She enjoys camping, hunting, crime shows, and horror movies.

Peter is originally from Bakersfield, California where he loves to work with animals, starting when he was breeding Guinea Pigs along side with his mom. After 3 years of playing for the BYU football team, he now is studying Biology at BYU and currently applying to Vet schools. He loves mountain biking, camping, and playing sports. He loves getting to work with his wife Carissa. As they hope to some day own a Veterinary Clinic of their own in the future so that they can continue working side by side.

Carissa is originally from Las Vegas where she grew love for animals when she fostered abandoned and sick puppies from an Animal Shelter. She loves dogs and have two of her own. One is a chow-chow mix and the other is a Siberian Husky. She is currently a full time student at UVU studying Business Management. She loves mountain biking, playing piano, and anything to do with fitness.

Tyson is from Warren UT, which is a farming town west of Ogden.  He served an LDS mission speaking Spanish in California.  He is attending BYU and is studying to become a Veterinarian.  He loves hiking, fishing, hunting, and anything with the outdoors.

Groomers

Sheree is our lead groomer. She has been with All About Pets since 1995. Sheree loves all of the clients and their pets that she comes in contact with on a daily basis. When she isn’t spending time with her family, riding horses, or exploring the mountains, she loves spending time with her pets, Pixie, a Chihuahua, JoJo, a Pomeranian, and her colt named Scout.

Jenny has been grooming for 13 years.  She has 3 dogs, a cat, and a fish.  She enjoy spending time with her husband, son, and pets.  Grooming is her passion and she loves coming into work every day.

Lindsay has loved animals ever since she was a baby! She has been bathing for 3 years and has now recently been trained as a groomer.  Practicing fun cuts like mo-hawks on her own pets is what she does for fun! With her fun, spunky personality, she gets a long great with our furry friends.

Anne is our IT Specialist and bathes a few dogs. Anne loves to experience all of the variety in clients and their pets that grooming and the veterinary field have to offer. She has three dogs, Lucky, Peggy and Poco.  She has one cat named Sam.  She enjoys attending Star Trek conventions.