Dr. Britt Dubil has been in veterinary practice for over 20 years. She is a Utah native who received her DVM from Colorado State University in 1997 and completed her 14-month internship training at the Oradell Animal Hospital in Oradell, New Jersey. She has practiced at emergency hospitals and small animal clinics in New Jersey, Connecticut, California, and Sandy, Utah.
Allison Lebenson Martin
Dr. Martin comes to us by way of Raleigh, North Carolina after graduating from North Carolina State University in 2017. Her veterinary interests include dentistry, soft tissue surgery, and geriatric animal care. Outside of the office, Allie is an avid rock climber, enjoys snowboarding, yoga, and wandering around Millcreek Canyon with her 2 energetic rescue dogs, Ted the labrador retriever, and Brighton Mountain Resort, the chocolate pitbull. At home, she cares for Burt Macklin, FBI a rescued tabby cat, Topanga, a beta fish, and Steve Urkel, a bearded dragon.
Dr. Jillian Burchett is a Park City local, who loves to do all the “Park City” things: biking, hiking, camping, skate and downhill skiing with her family. Dr. Burchett is a graduate from Washington State University. Her human family consists of her husband Dominick, and five children, 4 girls and 1 boy. The Burchett critter clan includes 2 dogs, 2 cats, 2 leopard geckos, 2 guinea pigs, 1 hedgehog, 1 bearded dragon, 1 frog, several fish and 8 chickens. Her passion is building long-term relationships with her clients and patients that emphasize the family style feel of our practice.
Amelia is a transplant to Utah from upstate New York. She has worked in the veterinary field for 7 years and has an education in the arts. When not in the office, she enjoys time outdoors hiking, camping, fly fishing, drawing, painting and wood crafts. Mingus her wire-haired griffon mix, also enjoys hiking, camping, fly fishing, and “wood crafts” (chewing on sticks).
Lesli has worked in the veterinary field for over 15 years and is passionate about animal care and welfare. She is a Utah native and enjoys hiking, scuba diving and traveling. She spends some of her time outside the hospital doing rescue work with the Rocky Mountain Great Dane Rescue, and currently has two Great Danes, one Mexican street dog, three cats, and two horses.
Stacie has been involved in veterinary medicine for 15 years and joins our team as a veterinary technician. She has a strong interest in feline medicine, surgery and animal behavior, but her knowledge and care extends far beyond those skills. Stacie holds a certification in ABCDT (Animal Behavior College Certified Dog Trainer), which makes her an excellent advocate for a welcoming and caring visit for all of our canine patients and a great resource for any behavior/training related inquires. At home Stacie spends her time crafting, gardening and cooking with her partner Doug, two orange and white cats-Ittles and Didden, and Archer an orange and white corgi.
Diane has been involved in veterinary medicine for over 15 years. She brings with her a passion for patient relationships and engagement. Diane’s favorite thing about being a veterinary technician is the constant change and challenges of everyday treatments and cases. Originally from New Mexico, she now resides in Utah with her husband, two daughters, one adorable mutt puppy, and two cats. Days off for Diane are best spent with her family whether they are out hiking or hanging out at home playing board games. Her family shares her compassion for animals through fostering-they’ve rescued over 100 pets!
Rachel was born and raised in Texas where she graduated from the Vet Tech Institute of Houston in 2011. She has almost 10 years of experience as a Licensed Vet Tech and recently moved to Park City from Austin with her boyfriend and two dogs, Olive and Ruby. Rachel has a strong interest in surgery and ultrasonography, and in her spare time she loves to ride her mountain bike, hike with the pups and spend time outdoors.
Kambrie has been with Pinebrook Animal Hospital since March of 2021. She has over 5 years of experience in veterinary medicine. Kambrie has a special interest in exotic pets and wildlife, and aspires to work in a zoo someday. She will be starting school to earn her degree to become a certified veterinary technician through San Juan College. Kambrie spends her time outside of the hospital volunteering with Great Basin Wildlife Rescue, hiking, fishing, and spending time with her 2 dogs, 2 cats, ducks, chickens, rabbits, tarantula, and tortoise.
Client Care Coordinator
Erin has been with Pinebrook shortly after it’s inception in 2012. As a local animal lover, Erin is an avid bird watcher and wildlife advocate. Erin shares her home with three dogs; Jack, Birdie, and Friday, and one adorable rescued Bengal cat, Sydney Bristow. She prides herself on her compassion and work ethic and expertly shares these skills with our clients.
Client Care Coordinator
Maygan is a native to Utah and has enjoyed working in the vet med world for the last 3 years. Initially working at an emergency veterinary hospital, she loved the hustle and bustle. She plans on obtaining her vet tech degree and has hopes of eventually making her way to working in a zoo. Exotic animals are her main interest in the vet med world. Maygan lives at home with her 3 cats (Zoi, Luna, and River), 1 bunny (Twitch, who is 9 years old!), and 1 dog (Addie). She has her own little zoo at home as most of her animals have health issues or behavioral issues that require daily things being done. In her free time, she loves hiking, camping, and reading, but most of all, she loves spending time at home with her sweet fur babies.
Larry is a 2-year-old Labrador Retriever. After not making the cut at Guide Dogs for the blind, Larry decided to focus his skills on belly rubs, handshakes, and napping. Most days you can find Larry in the office offering moral support to the staff of Pinebrook Animal Hospital. Outside of the office, Larry enjoys walks, snuggling, and eating.