Garland Road Small Animal Hospital

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Our Team

Rachael, Practice Manager

Rachael joined our team in 2013 as a Veterinary Technician Assistant. She was born and raised in central Maine, and worked with us part time while earning her Bachelors Degree in Biology from Unity College. Now, Rachael is with us full time as our Practice Manager, and is also certified in Wildlife Chemical Capture and Immobilization from the Wildlife Science Center in Stacy, MN. Rachael shares her home with her Golden Retriever, Bennett (who comes to work with her every day!) as well as a cat, a rabbit, and even some cattle. When she’s not working, she enjoys spending time outside.

Jennie, Customer Service Representative

Jennie was born and raised in Hudson Valley, New York with a poodle named Buffy and two cockatiels named Popeye and Cinni, as well as a parakeet named Leonardo and plenty of fish. When she was young, Jennie wanted to be a zookeeper, and interned at the Bronx Zoo Ornithology Department. Before joining us at Garland Road, Jennie worked with Orchard Grove Animal Hospital in Warwick, NY. She is most interested in animal acupuncture and nutrition. Jennie loves all animals but is a self-proclaimed “dog and bird person,” currently sharing her home with her husband Jon and several pets: A Plott Hound mix named Bella; A Boston Terrier named Buddy; A rescue bunny named Boop; And 2 parakeets named Creature and Ghost. When she isn’t working, Jennie enjoys home renovating, antiquing, traveling, napping and watching true crime documentaries.

Nicole, Technician

Nicole’s career in animal welfare began at the Walterville Humane Society where she worked for two years before transitioning to Garland Road. She’s been with us for a little over a year now, and when she isn’t working, she enjoys spending time with her pets and family. Nicole enjoys working with both small and large animals.

Mary, Veterinary Technician

Mary joined Garland Road in June 2020. She was born and raised in Central Maine, but decided to move to south Florida to attend college. She moved back to Maine last summer to join us here! Mary grew up with a black lab named Emma, along with many rabbits and guinea pigs as well as two Nigerian dwarf goats named Charm and Owen. Mary received her veterinary technology degree from St. Petersburg College in St. Pete, FL and began her career at a small animal hospital there. Her favorite thing about working in veterinary medicine is acting as the voice for animals who don’t have the ability to speak for themselves and tell us when they are in need of help.

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