Amy Wakefield, Lead Veterinary Technician
Amy brings to Powder Paws Veterinary Clinic many years of veterinary and surgical technician experience from clinics in both Park City and Salt Lake City. We enjoy her positivity, kind heart, and willingness to laugh. During her free time, you’ll find Amy hiking or running around Summit County with her best dog friends.
Madison Smith, Veterinary Technician
Madison grew up in Utah on a farm in Draper, and has always loved animals (she’s our country girl!). We are so fortunate to have Madison as a skilled and attentive veterinary and surgical technician, and she brings to Powder Paws experience in emergency veterinary medicine. She keeps us all laughing with her light-hearted sense of humor and happy personality. She lives in Salt Lake with her husband, children, cats, dogs and a pony.
Mike Ward, Veterinary Technician
Mike grew up in Ogden Valley, Utah on his family’s ranch. He graduated from the University of Utah in December 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sports Science and a minor in Nutrition. During his time in school, he interned at multiple physical therapy facilities. Mike has always had a passion for all things nature and the outdoors, especially animals! In his free time, you can find Mike hiking with his dogs.
Ashley Capps, Veterinary Technician
Ashley moved from Las Vegas, Nevada to Park City, Utah in 2006. She brings to Powder Paws both pet sitting and supervisory experience from a local dog and cat boarding facility, and we are thrilled that she’s sharing her fantastic customer service, positive attitude, and passion for animals with our clinic and clients. She has two doggy best friends; Nani, a French Bulldog, and Wrigley, a Boston Terrier, and she enjoys laughing at their antics. In her spare time, she helps friends and family care for their pets.
Lynda Fosburg, M.A., L.M.T., C.C.M.P.
Lynda is our resident (human and animal) massage practitioner, and she performs many of our laser therapy treatments. Lynda brings a wonderful energy to Powder Paws, and is one of the most gentle people you’ll ever meet. She has been involved with veterinary practices for over 30 years, and has the same number years of massage experience. Lynda is a certified human and animal massage practitioner, and is a member of the International Association of Animal Massage and Bodywork (IAAMB) and the Association of Canine Water Therapy (ACWT). She loves the outdoors and all that Park City has to offer: hiking, biking, skiing, and backpacking. Lynda lives with 2 cats: Leon and Lizzy. Her favorite part of canine massage is the kisses of gratitude!