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Nicole, Veterinary Technician 

Nicole began working with us as a part of her internship for high school in August of 2009, and became part of our staff a few months later. She has always loved animals since she was a little girl. She would love when her pets had to go to their vet appointments, because that meant she would get to tag along with her dad and observe the technicians and doctors. In high school she took all veterinary classes available. When not working she spends time with her husband John and daughter Paisley, her son Jackson, as well as her crazy dogs Colt, Zeus and Axel, her six cats Jewels, Cali, Mac, Tucker, Dozer, and Moe Moe. She also enjoys spending time outdoor, soaking up the sun! 

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Laura, Licensed Veterinary Technician 

Laura has been working in the veterinary field for over 20 years.  She received a B.S. in Biology from Penn State University and a B.S. in Veterinary Medical Technology from Wilson College.  Her interest in animals began at a young age, but became her life-long passion when she raised Seeing Eye puppies.  Experiencing first-hand how animals can assist humans in amazing ways was really the reason she chose this career, being able to contribute daily to improving the bond between humans and their pets.  Laura is fear-free certified and is dedicated to making your pet’s vet visit as happy as possible!  She shares her home with her rescued dog, Finn, and three cats, Ari, Yoki and Nellie.

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Grace, Veterinary Assistant

Grace has been with Antrim Veterinary Hospital since 2014, and has had a lifelong passion for animal health. She began accompanying her parents, Dr. Myron Bradley and Dr. Ann Beaudin, to Antrim Veterinary Hospital from a very young age, where she would spend her time sleeping with the animals in their cages and ensuring they had all the love they could get during their stay at the clinic. Grace is Fear Free Certified in order to make visits to the clinic more comfortable. Grace will be following in her parent's footsteps and fulfilling her lifelong dream by attending Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine in the fall in the hopes of becoming a veterinarian that is both compassionate and provides the highest quality of care. Grace enjoys making her coworkers laugh, as well as spending her free time reading and playing with her aunt's dog, Maple.  


Alex, Veterinary Assistant

Alex received a B.A. in Biology from the University of Maryland Baltimore County in 2023. She has worked in the veterinary field for over a year, and is hoping to attend vet school in the near future. When she is not working, she enjoys traveling and hiking with her dog, Poe.

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