Michelle is a true Mainer, born and raised in Cape Elizabeth, and has been an animal lover all her life. After attending college in London, England for fashion design, she realized her passion for animals was her true calling. Michelle has worked in the animal field for almost 20 years. She got her start at a local animal shelter, where her love for wanting to help animals only grew. Michelle took her love for fashion (with a twist) and became a certified dog and cat groomer, before she turned to nursing, where she has been for the past 11 years. Michelle has a special passion for education, to help animals live their best lives with their humans, as well as a love for dentistry.
In her spare time, Michelle enjoys anything arts and crafts, movies and true crime, and spending time with family and friends. She shares her home with her 8 year old shihpoo; Neville, and her 2 cats; Loki and Groot. Picture coming soon!
Kathy was born and raised in Massachusetts. She now resides in Kennebunk with her orange cats Lynk and Athena. Kathy started working with animals right after she graduated from high school.
This background is what led her here to Biddeford Animal Hospital. In her free time, you can find her practicing sign language, reading, listening to rock music and playing volleyball.
Chelsea is originally from California and moved to Maine with her husband to be closer to his family. She has worked in grooming at PetSmart, and at a vet hospital. Her love for farm animals came from her first job at a seasonal pumpkin patch with a petting zoo and pony rides that she continued for years. While she was in college, she worked part time at a private home taking care of Arabian horses. Soon after that, she started working at a veterinary hospital as a kennel attendant and was trained to be a vet assistant shortly after.
She has always loved working with animals and hopes to continue her education in veterinary medicine. She currently spends her free time with her 3 pets; a cattle dog, cat, and cockatiel. Some of her hobbies are hiking, drawing and painting.
Katey graduated from the University of Maine in Orono, and a few years later discovered her career in veterinary medicine in 2016. Animals have always been a huge part of her life and she can’t wait to continue to learn a grow in her profession. She currently has three cats, Jack Black, Orange Cat and Maggie, as well as a 13 year old English Bulldog, Bowser.
When she’s not in the clinic, you will most likely find her in the Dressage arena working and competing with her horse Otto. Katey also likes to dabble in the art of baking, cake decorating and crafting.
Destiny graduated from the University of New England in 2015 with a Bachelor of Science in Animal Behavior. After several years of exploring career opportunities in wildlife conservation, she found herself drawn to the veterinary field. In her spare time, Destiny enjoys thrifting, traveling, and being at the beach.