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Hannah, Kennel Attendant

 Hi, my name is Hannah. I have lived in Paducah all of my life and am currently attending McCracken County High School. At McCracken, I am very involved in our FFA chapter, as well as running for our Girls Varsity Cross Country team. Through FFA, my passion for agriculture and animals has grown tremendously. Working at Flanary Vet Clinic has given me the opportunity to do something I love, getting to work with animals. Having grown up on a farm my whole life, I can definitely say I love working with animals and being able to spend time with them on a daily basis.

Currently, I have a multitude of furbabies. I have three dogs, Miley, a rat terrier, Scout, a black lab/pit cross, and Ellie, a black lab/pit cross. Ellie and Scout both were adopted from the Marshall County Animal Shelter, which I highly recommend anyone doing if they are looking for a dog or cat to give a forever home to. I have two cats, Clint and Luna, who are inseparable. I recently was introduced into the sheep business and, at the moment, have 12 registered Katahdin sheep, who keep me on my toes with their antics. Altogether, my parents and I have a medium size herd of Boar cross goats that are quite the comedians and escape artists. My favorite things to do are enjoy a nice cup of coffee to start my mornings off right, bake any and all kinds of desserts, especially if I get to eat them afterwards, and spend time with my family and friends.


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