Lindsey Culbreth has been involved in animal research and public health since she was 23 years old. She has been a receptionist at Countryside Animal Hospital since summer of 2021. After receiving her Bachelor’s Degree of Science in Animal research and Public Health she moved to Fort Bragg, North Carolina to pursue her dream career as a habilitation technician with the Army’s K-9 units, she worked with canines that were deployed and wounded in combat, she worked in their aqua therapy program on post. Lindsey moved to Hot Springs in 2018 to help with her in-laws’ retirement. She is also involved in Law Enforcement and Emergency Medical Services. She has a husband who is a pilot and two sons. Lindsey has a passion for not only animals but for people as well. In her spare time, she loves spending days on her boat with her family, and playing fetch with her Newfoundland, Poseidon. She also enjoys working out at the gym with her husband.