Our Careteam


Office Manager

Brynne grew up in the Lehigh Valley, where she developed a strong connection with animals early on in life. She’s always felt that pets are much more amazing than humans tend to give them credit for! As soon as Brynne began her first job at a local kennel, she was hooked—veterinary medicine was the perfect career choice for her.

After her kennel days, Brynne moved into a Veterinary Assistant position at a local animal hospital. A few years later, she got the itch to learn more; that’s when she signed up for Veterinary Technician school. Brynne became a Certified Veterinary Technician and served in that capacity for a number of years before deciding to take on a new and exciting set of responsibilities. She joined the Animal Hospital of Richboro family in late summer of 2016, where she works as the clinic’s Office Manager.

Here at the hospital, Brynne is particularly fond of placing IV lines—she says that there’s no greater love-hate relationship than the one she has with this procedure! She also likes doting on the adorable puppies and kittens who visit the clinic.

Outside of work, Brynne enjoys adding to her collection of owl trinkets and dabbling in her own art projects. She lives with her boyfriend and their two rescued cats: Prince is scared of his own shadow, while Monkey is the more outgoing of the pair and loves yelling at his owners for more food.

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Veterinary Technician

Kelly grew up in Philadelphia with plenty of cats and dogs, and always knew in her gut that she was meant for a career in animal care. She’s been working in veterinary medicine ever since she was old enough to secure employment! Now, Kelly is a Certified Veterinary Technician here at the Animal Hospital of Richboro.

Kelly began her animal-care career as a dog and cat bather, working her way up to a Veterinary Assistant position from there. She attended Manor College to earn her Associate’s degree in Veterinary Technology, and became a Certified Veterinary Technician in Pennsylvania in 1999. Having previously worked in emergency medicine with Dr. Jennifer Kramer, Kelly was happy to join forces with her again as a member of the Animal Hospital of Richboro team. Here at the hospital, Kelly particularly enjoys drawing blood for samples, taking X-rays, and helping out with surgeries.

Kelly lives locally with her son and the family cats.

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Veterinary Technician

Jackie was fascinated with dogs ever since she was a little girl; her parents finally caved when she was six years old and brought home a Labradoodle, Champ. When the dog became sick, Jackie was a firsthand witness to the compassion and determination demonstrated by the various veterinary professionals that tended to Champ. Ever since, she knew that she would love to be just like them!

Jackie grew up on a farm property and started riding horses in the third grade. By age 15, she was working in a feed and supply store—it was there that she started to learn about animal nutrition, igniting her curiosity about the medical side of the pet-care world. She attended Manor College to earn her degree in veterinary technology, passing her board examinations to become a Licensed Veterinary Technician. She hasn’t looked back since!

Here at the clinic, Jackie particularly likes doting on the puppies that visit the clinic. Most of all, she loves to chat with new pet owners and meet their adorable companions on a daily basis.

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Senior Receptionist

Before she was an employee here at the Animal Hospital of Richboro, Kara was a client. She often fostered kittens during her summers, and mentioned to Dr. Kramer that she would like to continue fostering animals when autumn arrived as well. The very next day, Dr. Kramer called Kara and asked if she would be interested in a job!

Kara grew up in Yardley, Pennsylvania, where her childhood pets first sparked her love of animal care. Now, she feels incredibly fortunate to tend to the needs of pets and animal owners every day as the Animal Hospital of Richboro’s Senior Receptionist—her favorite part of the workday is talking with pet owners and witnessing the fascinating bonds between humans and animals.

In her time away from work, Kara enjoys gardening, collecting sand dollars and sea glass at the beach, listening to music, and spending time with friends and family. She and her husband of 26 years, Pat, have two wonderful children: Ryan, who will soon graduate from Bloomsburg University, and Erin, who studies at the University of Pittsburgh. The family shares their home with six loveable cats named Snickers, Cuddles, Murphy, Beaners, Lilly, and Tucker.

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Veterinary Assistant

Cierra’s childhood Chihuahua mix, Princess, was with her from the time Cierra was only two years old. The dog was Cierra’s constant companion while growing up, and her love of animals flourished as time went on. For her, it simply felt natural to return the dedication and compassion she had always felt from her own pets! Cierra is proud to care for animals professionally as a Veterinary Assistant.

Cierra grew up right here in Bucks County. She’s currently attending Manor College, and first heard about an opening here at the Animal Hospital of Richboro through her school. Cierra jumped at the chance to work with the talented team here, and was hired immediately after interviewing! She has special passions for animal nutrition and behavior.

At home, Cierra and her young daughter live with four cats—Oscar Thomas, Charlie, Sally Spooks, and Diego James—as well as three Siberian Huskies named Tsume, Xhurkana, and Nicodemus.

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Veterinary Assistant

Ali has fond memories of accompanying her mother to the vet’s office as a child, bringing their family cats along for routine examinations. It was during those visits that Ali’s passion for the world of veterinary care was first sparked—she hasn’t looked back since! Now, she gets to care for pets and their owners on a daily basis as one of the Animal Hospital of Richboro’s Veterinary Assistants.

Ali grew up in the Warwick area before moving to Quakertown with her family after graduating from high school. She attended Albright College to study biology and pre-veterinary medicine, volunteering with an exotic-animal sanctuary for two years during her breaks. Next, Ali decided to gain even more hands-on experience in pet care by working in a veterinary hospital. That’s when a friend referred her to the Animal Hospital of Richboro—Ali started as a Veterinary Assistant in the summer of 2017 and has been happily caring for the area’s pets here ever since.

Ali has three pets of her own at home: a pair of cats named Oreo and Leo and a rescued cockatiel named Alphie. When she isn’t spending time with them or caring for animals here at the hospital, Ali can be found baking and scrapbooking. She’s also fond of traveling; her favorite trip so far took her and her best friend across Ireland, Italy, and Germany!

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Veterinary Technician’s Assistant

Natalie is a native of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, and grew up with plenty of dogs around the house. She was always taught to have respect and love for any animal she ever met—for her, a career in veterinary medicine simply felt natural! Natalie is the Animal Hospital of Richboro’s Office Manager.

Natalie’s journey in veterinary medicine began when she started working as a pet sitter, tending to critters of all shapes, sizes, and personalities. It wasn’t long before she felt the need to learn even more while maintaining a steady career—working in an animal hospital was the perfect solution! Natalie joined the Animal Hospital of Richboro family in April of 2016 as the Office Manager. Her favorite part of the job is getting to see pets leave the clinic happier and healthier than they were upon arrival.

When she isn’t caring for pet owners and their animal companions here at the hospital, Natalie enjoys indulging in her lifelong passions of reading and writing.

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Veterinary Technician’s Assistant

Aubrey is a Richboro native, and she and her family have been coming here to the Animal Hospital of Richboro since Aubrey was very young. When she started volunteering her time to the clinic, she knew she’d found her calling—now, Aubrey works to better the lives of pets every day as a Veterinary Technician’s Assistant!

After graduating with her undergraduate degree, Aubrey joined the hospital family as an employee in June of 2015. She’s thrilled to gain invaluable experience for her ultimate goal: applying to veterinary school. Around the clinic, Aubrey enjoys drawing blood and testing samples. She also loves to go the extra mile for a pet, whether it’s offering a soft bed or giving a patient their favorite toy in order to make them more relaxed.

In her time away from work, Aubrey enjoys playing basketball, crafting and knitting, cooking, and spending time with her own two pets, Marmie and Charlie.

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Veterinary Technician’s Assistant

Nicole had always had a soft spot for animals, but she hadn’t seriously considered the veterinary profession until she started volunteering here at the Animal Hospital of Richboro. Once she was offered a position as a Veterinary Technician’s Assistant, she knew that animal care was her true passion! Nicole hopes to attend veterinary school in the future to become a veterinarian herself.

Nicole was born in the small town of Hollywood, Pennsylvania and moved with her family to Southampton at a young age. She’s currently attending Delaware Valley University and loves supplementing her studies with the real-world experience she gains from her duties here at the clinic. Nicole has also volunteered her time to a wildlife rehabilitation organization, spent countless hours shadowing an equine veterinarian, and has even observed the veterinarian of a Six Flags resort! In addition, she’s currently the President of her school’s equestrian vaulting team and serves as Vice President of the pre-veterinary club.

Nicole and her family share their lives with two Malamutes, Skylar and Holly, as well as a Pekingese named Meeko and two Betta fish.

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Veterinary Assistant

From a young age, Kira found happiness and comfort in caring for animals. For her, the profound joy that comes from helping pets is overwhelming—she fell in love with that feeling, and knew that a career in veterinary care was the only sensible choice!

Kira grew up in the Doylestown area with her parents and three siblings; it was there that she first started raising and rehabilitating animals and decided to pursue veterinary medicine further. Kira began here at the Animal Hospital of Richboro as an intern, and was quickly offered a position—now, she helps pets as a Veterinary Assistant while studying pre-veterinary medicine in college. Ultimately, Kira hopes to continue on to veterinary school!

As an Assistant, Kira particularly likes examining samples under the microscope, learning the ins and outs of new techniques and procedures, and observing patients’ behavior. Most of all, she loves to meet new pet owners and their adorable companions during every shift.

When time permits between her work and school commitments, Kira enjoys practicing her photography skills and especially likes taking portraits of animals. She has two pets of her own at home: Shana the dog and a loveable cat named Boots.

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Alyssa’s life was profoundly changed when she adopted her two Siberian Huskies. Before long, she realized that she wanted to know more about their healthcare needs and behavior—what better way to do that than by returning to school to study veterinary technology? Alyssa hasn’t looked back since, and she’s now a proud member of the Animal Hospital of Richboro team!

Alyssa is from Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania and began studying veterinary care in 2015. She serves as a member of the reception staff here at the clinic, and loves gaining real-world experience in the world of animal care while earning her certifications to become a Veterinary Technician.

Alyssa’s interests outside of veterinary medicine include reading great books, playing field hockey, kayaking, and spending quality time with her family at home. She and her husband, Joe, share their lives with Balto and Maggie, the Siberian Huskies that helped launch Alyssa’s journey in animal medicine; and a cuddle-loving Siamese cat named Samsung.

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