Ann Beaudin, DVM
Dr. Beaudin grew up in several areas along the east coast. She has always had a love for animals and always wanted to be a veterinarian, she never questioned it.
Dr. Beaudin earned a B.S. in animal science at Cook College, Rutgers University and then attended veterinary school at Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, where she graduated in 1990. After spending a year practicing large and small animal medicine and surgery in a private practice in Pennsylvania, she moved to western Maryland and practiced with Dr. Bradley for several years. In 1994, they decided to build a hospital of their own where they could practice the high quality companion medicine and surgery they had come to love.
In July of 1995, Antrim Veterinary Hospital was "born". Although Dr. Beaudin enjoyed the birth process (Drs. Bradley and Beaudin did all of the interior work, including dry wall and electrical work), she feels much more comfortable with a scalpel in her hand versus a chop saw. Her vision for the hospital is to promote wellness programs and preventative medicine and thus avoid many of the illnesses and disease processes that are so commonplace in companion animals.
Dr. Beaudin is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Maryland VMA, the Greater Baltimore VMA, and the Heartworm Society. She has had additional training in dental radiography, oral surgery and surgical extractions. Currently her free time is spent with her husband, Dr. Bradley and their two children or catering to her passion -- planting and tending to the landscaping at the hospital and at her home
Myron Bradley, DVM
Dr. Bradley grew up on a dairy farm on the outskirts of Taneytown. Working on the animals and with their veterinarian, he discovered the desire to care for animals.
Dr. Bradley graduated from Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine in 1990. He worked as an associate veterinarian for five years in Garrett County, Maryland before returning to Taneytown. He and his wife saw the need for high quality, compassionate veterinary care in the area. In 1995, they built and opened Antrim Veterinary Hospital.
Dr. Bradley is affiliated with the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Maryland VMA and the Greater Baltimore VMA. He attends multiple continuing education seminars annually to keep informed of the latest advances in medicine and surgery. He has a strong interest in oral care and completed an intensive course in dentistry and head and neck surgery at Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine in 2001.
In his free time, Dr. Bradley enjoys doing home improvements, outdoor activities and spending time with his family.