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Angie has been greeting clients and providing care at Stevenson Village Veterinary Hospital since 2001. She has an undergraduate degree from Towson University and is working on a masters from UMCP. In her spare time Angie plays trumpet for the Baltimore Ravens Marching Band.
Melissa has been working with animals for the past five years. She started out at a doggie daycare/boarding facility where she cared for all of the pets' needs including: feeding and watering, walking, play time, and swim time. Melissa joined Stevenson Village Veterinary Hospital in 2011 as a technician. She is currently taking classes to further her education in the veterinary field.
Paula is originally from Newcastle, England. Her 16 years of experience working with animals includes such diverse areas as: caring for laboratory animals, grooming dogs and cats, and raising farm animals. Her last job found her in Hawaii at an emergency clinic where she worked as a technician. Paula joined our staff in 2012 and is fitting in very well. Dogs are Paula's love, and she has even trained border collies to herd sheep. We are all missing her last dog, Jay, a border collie who lived to the age of 15.
Ashley Head Receptionist
Ashley is a graduate of Salisbury University. She has been our receptionist since 2009, and it is likely her voice you will hear when you give us a call. Ashley lives in Canton with her husband and their daughter Avery. They have two dogs, Emma and Buffy and two cats, Vincent and Arya.
Kristin is the newest member of the Stevenson Village Veterinary Hospital team. This is her first job in the animal care field, and we are certain she will be a great addition to the staff. Kristin is a graduate of UMBC, where she studied Biology. She lives in Edgewood with her partner and her two cats Apollo and Bruce.
A client of the veterinary hospital for years, Leah joined our team in 2014. A Pikesville native, Leah studied animal science at the University of Vermont. She currently does not have any pets of her own, so she borrows her family's dog for weekend visits to Robert E. Lee park and Fells Point.