Meet Our Friendly Staff

Dr. Paul Marron

Dr. Paul Marron received his doctorate of veterinary medicine from Texas A&M in 1985, and he became an owner in 1997. His professional interests include internal medicine and soft tissue surgery cases.

Year in Practice: 32
Education: Texas A&M
Interests: Internal Medicine, Soft Tissue Surgery
Dr. Georginal Crawford

Dr. Georgina Crawford graduated from UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine in 2009. She loves that every day she gets to see the human animal bond between client and pet. Dr. Crawford takes pride in client education and enjoys soft tissue surgery, diagnostic abdominal ultrasound, ophthalmology, dentistry, anesthesia, analgesia, emergency medicine, and dermatology. Well, just about all of small animal medicine

Year in Practice: 9
Education: UC Davis
Interests: Internal Medicine, Soft Tissue Surgery, and Ultrasound
Rob Morrow
Hospital Administrator

Rob joined the Battlefield Team in 2006. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Animal Science from Virginia Tech in 1994 and his Masters Degree in Business Administration from Shenandoah University in 1997. He has been a Certified Public Accountant in the State of Virginia since 1999. He enjoys spending time with his wife, Rebecca and his five kids. At home he has 4 dogs, 2 cats and a ferret. He enjoys spending time riding his motorcycle and watching the VT Hokies! Go Hokies!

Education: Virginia Tech
Rachel Thomas
Office Manager

Rachel has worked within the veterinary field since 2006, but just recently joined our team in the Fall of 2015. She was born and raised right here in Prince William County. She enjoys spending time with her husband, 3 daughters, and a 5-year-old Husky mix, Dexter, who she says is her favorite running buddy! Together, her family enjoys many outdoor adventures including camping and hiking. She also loves to paint in her spare time. Please feel free to contact her by phone or by email; she is here to help!

Bozena (Bo)
Surgical Assistant

Bozena has been working with BAC for a whopping 28 years and takes pride in being our resident "cat whisperer"! She likes to spend her free time with her husband, Frank, and her son, Michael. Other interests include gardening and enjoying the outdoors.
Veterinary Assistant

Sarah has worked as a veterinary assistant for 8 years, and 6 of those years with Battlefield! At home Sarah has two cats, a dog and two ferrets.
Veterinary Assistant

Mary moved to Bristow from Massachusetts in 2011. She obtained her AS degree in science and began working as a Lab Technician in 1996. In 2011, Mary became a Veterinary Assistant and has recently expanded her passion into veterinary dentistry! Mary and her husband are the proud parents of twins (a boy and a girl), 4 dogs, and 5 cats!
Veterinary Assistant

Rachael has been working as a veterinary assistant at Battlefield since 2014, and has more recently been involved in our 501c “Rally for the Roses”. Along with her family, she resides with an American Bulldog named Cherry and two cats, Marshmallow (named with the help of her kids) and Gracie (both rescued from a local group), and a ball python known as Earl.
Veterinary Assistant

Vickie joined the BAC family in 2017, as a Veterinary Assistant. She enjoys spending time at home with her family and her son.
Licensed Veterinary Technician

Claire joined the team in the summer of 2017, as a Veterinary Assistant and has since become a Licensed Veterinary Technician! Claire enjoys spending her free time with her husband, volunteering at local shelters and exploring Virginia after recently moving here from Nevada.
Veterinary Assistant

Angela joined our reception team in 2016. She enjoys spending time with her daughter and their fluffy Himalayan Persian mix cat named Sansa. She has recently become a veterinary assistant and is loving the more hands on side of the job.
Veterinary Assistant

Brook joined out team this summer. She is planning on going to school to become a Licensed Veterinary Technician as she gains experiance. In her free time she enjoys photography and playing with her pack of 5 beagles ad 2 miniature schnauzers!
Head Receptionist

Ingrid is originally from Southern California. She has worked as a veterinary receptionist since June of 2005 and joined the Battlefield team in 2012. She loves all pets, but she has a special place in her heart for Boxers & Rottweilers!
Shamica has been a receptionist with the BAC family since 2016. She has a busy life with her four kids and all of their extracurricular activities. Shamica loves dogs, and has recently found that she loves cats just as much after she met our clinic cats, the late Petey and our current clinic cat, Missy.

Mayra is new to the veterinary world and loves meeting all of our patients and their owners. She is originally from this area and is working while also attending college. Mayra is also the proud momma of a Chihuahua.

Alanais a huge animal lover. She joined out team in the Spring of 2018. This is her first experience with Veterinary Medicine and is enjoying learning more about what it means to be a pet owner. In her free time Alana loves to spend time with her family and her family dog, Sosa.
Kennel Assistant

Cindy has been with Battlefield Animal Clinic since May of 2008 as a kennel assistant. Cindy lives with her husband and their cat "Susie," but she used to have two dogs as well. She loves to pet-sit for her co-workers, neighbors and friends when they go out of town.
Kennel Assistant
Ashley has worked in the animal field for 8 years, 6 of which have been at Battlefield! Ashley is an advocate for spaying/neutering pets as well as adoption.
Eddie Kamara
Eddie is a New Jersey Native and moved to Virginia in 2004. He joined our practice in the winter of 2018. Eddie has been grooming since 2013. In his free time Eddie likes to hang out with friends.

Pet Dental Program

Bad breath, discolored gums, and many other serious health issues can be solved with proper dental care.

Pet Wellness Program

With our pets aging 5-7 years for every human year, annual wellness exams are crucial for discovering and addressing common health abnormalities.

Spay and Neuter Program

Spaying and neutering your pet not only helps with population control, but can help improve your pet's overall long-term health.