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Kelly
Kelly
Certified 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.
Kara
Kara
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.
Juliana
Juliana
Receptionist
For as long as she can remember, Juliana has been drawn to helping others, whether it was animals, children, friends and family members, or complete strangers. Having the opportunity to use her nurturing side on a daily basis to better the lives of not only pets, but their loving owners as well, is a dream come true! Juliana is a proud member of the hospital’s reception team.

Juliana hails from Louisiana, where she grew up as the middle child in a family of five. She knew a local veterinarian there ever since she was a young girl, and started working at his clinic right after Hurricane Katrina devastated the area in 2005. Juliana would continue to help pets there throughout her college years and even as she began her teaching career.

After six years spent teaching children in Louisiana, Juliana relocated to Pennsylvania and decided to return to her roots in the veterinary world. She joined the Animal Hospital of Richboro team as a front-desk receptionist, and couldn’t be happier to help the area’s pets and animal owners. She particularly loves the way the whole team comes together to better the lives of the clinic’s four-legged patients!

Away from work, Juliana is interested in science and photography, and also likes reading, swimming, and practicing her photography skills. She has three pets at home: a male tuxedo cat, Milo; Olive the female tabby cat; and a Black Labrador named Riddick who tends to forget that he’s a dog.
Aubrey
Aubrey
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.
Jackie
Jackie
Veterinary Technician's Assistant
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.
Amanda
Amanda
Veterinary Technician's Assistant
Amanda knows firsthand how much pet owners adore their animal companions, and she’s always wanted to do her part to strengthen those bonds. Amanda gets to do just that as a member of the Animal Hospital of Richboro family! She serves the area’s pets and animal parents as a Veterinary Technician’s Assistant.

Amanda is originally from Blue Bell, Pennsylvania and is currently completing her collegiate studies. She was looking for a part-time job to fill the gaps in her schedule while gaining hands-on experience with domestic animals at the same time—Amanda had previously served as a camp counselor and taught campers how to ride horses, and she continues to volunteer at an animal rescue in Quakertown to help large animals like horses, donkeys, and pigs. Around the clinic, her favorite part of every shift is getting to see the positive impact her and her fellow team members’ work has on the lives of others.

When she isn’t at work or volunteering with animals, Amanda enjoys spending quality time with her own pets at home. She shares her life with two cats, Harley and Hank, as well as a Redbone Coonhound/Boxer mix who was rescued from Tennessee, a Pit Bull mix named Kelce, Karl the leopard gecko, and a rabbit who goes by Meatloaf.
Hannah
Hannah
Veterinary Technician's Assistant
Hannah grew up surrounded by dogs, cats, horses, and more. She was constantly exploring nature and searching for creatures of every shape and size, checking under sea shells at the beach or peeking under forest rocks for a glimpse at a salamander. Hannah’s passion for animals simply never let up. She knew that a career spent bettering the lives of pets would suit her perfectly!

Hannah is originally from northwestern New Jersey and pursued a very different career path at first, earning her Master’s degree in counseling and working in the mental health field for a time. While she loved the work, it started to feel like it was time for a change. That’s when Hannah decided to switch paths and explore something she had always loved: animal care. She volunteered at a wildlife rehabilitation center, cementing her desire to help the earth’s creatures in whatever way she could, and then decided to learn even more. It wasn’t long before she had signed on here at the Animal Hospital of Richboro, and the rest is history!

As a Veterinary Technician’s Assistant, Hannah particularly enjoys connecting and building rapport with the area’s wonderful pets and getting to know their human counterparts. Interacting one-on-one with others is her favorite part of the job.

Aside from her interests in the world of veterinary medicine, Hannah enjoys writing, spending time in the great outdoors, and doting on her own pets at home. She lives in Princeton, New Jersey with her boyfriend, Greg, and several pets. They have an aging Maine Coon cat named Kaleb, a pair of gerbils, and several fish spread across four fish tanks.
Cindy
Cindy
Veterinary Technician
Cindy has felt an innate connection with the earth’s creatures for as long as she can remember. Growing up, she found herself feeding strays, building shelters, and rescuing as many critters as she was able to. She’s always made it her goal to help as many pets as she possibly can, and that passion hasn’t wavered since childhood! Now, Cindy is thrilled to help both pets and animal owners as a Veterinary Technician.

Cindy is originally from northeastern Philadelphia and first began caring for animals back in 1996, when she started volunteering at her local Humane Society. She dedicated her Saturdays to the facility for four years before signing on as a kennel employee in 2000. Next, Cindy became a Kennel Associate at a pet store, giving her even more hands-on experience with animal care.

After a few years of odd jobs, Cindy decided to return to her true passion: caring for animals. That’s when she decided to jump headfirst into the veterinary world! She became a member of the Animal Hospital of Richboro family in November of 2018 and has been enjoying every moment since. Cindy especially likes that each and every case keeps her on her toes, and she loves knowing that she’s made a true difference at the end of every day.

When she’s not here at the clinic helping pets to live happier, healthier lives, Cindy can be found listening to music and spending time with her family and pets at home. She and her boyfriend live in Croydon with two dogs—a Pit Bull/Labrador mix named Milo and Nayla the Akita/Husky mix—as well as four parakeets named Judas, Priestess, Bomber, and Tyrant.
Jess
Jess
Veterinary Assistant
Jess grew up in Hatfield, Pennsylvania, where she always loved spending time with and caring for the family dog. She always suspected that she would enjoy working hands-on with animals as a member of the veterinary field! Now, Jess gets to exercise her passion for pets on a daily basis as a member of the Animal Hospital of Richboro’s Veterinary Assistant team.

Jess attended Harcum College to study animal care, and found an opening here at the Animal Hospital of Richboro while scrolling through the school’s online job board. She emailed Dr. Kramer right away, and was thrilled to secure an interview shortly afterward! Jess has been a member of the clinic family ever since, and especially likes getting to see a wide variety of pet breeds every day and learning new things on a continuous basis. In the future, Jess hopes to continue her education and become a Certified Veterinary Technician, expanding her knowledge and skillset within the world of veterinary care even further.

Most of Jess’s free time away from the office is spent with her family and her own pet, Coco, at home. Coco’s favorite pastimes include sunbathing and eating cheese, and she’s a true diva in every sense of the word-she loves to cry when she’s not receiving enough attention, and demands to sleep in Jess’s room every night.
Sonia
Sonia
Veterinary Assistant
Sonia was fascinated with all species of animals while growing up, and could never get enough time with the family pets. She learned not to take for granted the joy that our animal friends provide—Sonia always knew that she wanted to do her part to give something back. That’s why she decided to become a veterinary professional!

Sonia was born in Massachusetts and lived in Texas for a short time before moving to New Jersey with her family at the age of two. Now, she’s completing her pre-veterinary coursework in college and hopes to continue on to veterinary school in the future. Sonia couldn’t be happier to supplement her studies with real-world experience here at the Animal Hospital of Richboro—she became a Veterinary Assistant with the clinic family in January of 2019, and loves getting to meet and greet a wide variety of patient personalities every day.

Much of Sonia’s time away from the office is spent studying, but she’s fond of making art and crafts, singing, and competing in car shows when she finds a spare moment. At home, she has two pets of her own: a trouble-making pair of cats named Koa and Copper.
Gabriella
Gabriella
Bio coming soon!
Lindsey
Lindsey
Veterinary Technician
Lindsey’s mother studied animal science in college and later became a dairy farmer, so Lindsey had a firsthand look at the world of animal care while growing up. She’s always been fascinated by science, medicine, and the earth’s creatures—what better way to combine those passions than by working in veterinary medicine? Now, Lindsey gets to gain hands-on experience here at the Animal Hospital of Richboro while preparing to attend veterinary school in the future.

Lindsey is from Newark, Delaware and attended the University of Delaware to major in pre-veterinary medicine and animal biosciences. After graduating, she relocated to Pennsylvania in preparation for veterinary school and signed on here at the Animal Hospital of Richboro in the fall of 2019. Lindsey helps the area’s pets and animal owners as a Veterinary Technician, and especially loves to work behind the scenes running laboratory work. She’s also fond of doting on any timid cats who visit the clinic and giving them a little extra love.

Away from work, Lindsey enjoys spending time with her boyfriend and their recently adopted dog, Groot. Groot is a 120-pound Bernese Mountain Dog whose fears include wind, tile flooring, and his own shadow.
Rachel
Rachel
Veterinary Assistant
Rachel had all kinds of pets while growing up. The list included dogs, birds, gerbils, mice, hamsters, guinea pigs, fish, frogs, rabbits, and hermit crabs! She’s been learning from pets all her life, and she knows that they’ve changed her for the better. Helping pets here at the Animal Hospital of Richboro is Rachel’s way of giving something back.

Rachel is originally from Philadelphia and moved to this area a number of years ago with her family. They became clients here at the hospital a short time later. She started volunteering at a local greyhound rescue when she was 16 years old, then began volunteering at the Women’s Humane Society. In the summer of 2019, Rachel became a volunteer here at the Animal Hospital of Richboro while finishing up her Bachelor’s degree in biology, and was happy to accept a job offer once the summer had passed. She’s been a member of the clinic team ever since!

When she isn’t helping pets and owners here at the hospital, Rachel likes reading, traveling, hiking, cooking, and spending time with her own pets at home. She shares her life with two dogs, sisters named Cricket and Rosemary; a cockatiel named Nigel who loves to be kissed on the head; Otis the sweet guinea pig; a parrot named Kona who loves to dance; and an assortment of fish and hermit crabs.
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