The Vet and Rehab Center of Cape Elizabeth

207 Ocean House Road
Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107


Supporting Staff

Licensed Veterinary Technicians

Veterinary and Rehabilitation Center of Cape Elizabeth - Veterinary Technician Greg Atwood Elizabeth Hillman - Elizabeth got her degree in Veterinary Technology from Camden County College in 1996. Drawn by the beautiful coastline and many outdoor activities, she moved to Maine in 1999 and settled in Rockport where she worked at All Creatures Veterinary Hospital for many years. Elizabeth enjoys spending time with her daughter, organic gardening and focusing on veterinary technology innovations and continuing education classes in the veterinary field. She enjoys each and every pet she works with, and pets love her gentle nature. We feel very lucky that she has joined our staff here at VRCCE.

Veterinary and Rehabilitation Center of Cape Elizabeth - Veterinary Technician Pam Pasch Pamela Pasch - Pam joined VRCCE as a veterinary technician in June 2014 after graduating from the Northern Virginia Community College's veterinary technician program a month earlier. With a background in public health, she is glad to be a part of VRCCE's "big picture" approach to veterinary care, focusing on client education and the patient-client bond. Through running, writing, and photography, Pam enjoys exploring new horizons in the U.S. and abroad and is especially keen to do so with her husband, two daughters, two dogs, and rabbit.

Veterinary Assistants

Veterinary and Rehabilitation Center of Cape Elizabeth - Veterinary Assistant Kelly LaRochelle Kelly Larochelle - Kelly started working at VRCCE in January 2015. She graduated from the University of New England in 2012 with a BS in Medical Biology. She then received a career diploma for Veterinary Assistant from Penn Foster. Kelly loves outdoor activities, she grew up camping, hiking, fishing and swimming in the White Mountains. She also enjoys watching movies, reading a good book and baking.


  Robin Elliott - Robin returned to VRCCE in 2016 and she is so happy to be back and to be working with this wonderful staff! With a BA in English Lit and Creative Writing, she combines many years of experience in the veterinary world with her love of both animals AND people. She can be found most days at the front desk, working on Social Media and Marketing for the practice, ready with a smile and a dog treat to help you keep your pets healthy and happy!


Emma Dadmun - Emma has worked with animals since she was in high school, working at a veterinary center in Portland after school and weekends. Recently she has been studying Biology at Whitman College and is hoping to pursue a career in veterinary technology. She lives with Augie, her amazing little cat.



 Nancy Freedman-Smith Veterinary and Rehabilitation Center of Cape ElizabethNancy Freedman-Smith CBATI CDBC - Owner of Gooddogz Training, Nancy joined the Veterinary and Rehabilitation Center of Cape Elizabeth in the summer of 2016 and offers a variety of wonderful dog training classes here in the clinic and at several local locations. She also works with the staff to help reactive dogs overcome their fear of vet visits.
Nancy is a Certified Behavior Instructor for reactive dogs. She was a part of the New England Border Collie Rescue team for 10 years where she wore many hats, including Policy Board Member and Behavioral Consultant.

Nancy has also been involved with Pet Therapy for 14 years and was a key member of Helping Hounds, where she regularly visited Boston Children's Hospital and Spaulding Rehab with her dog, Dina.

With her hands-on parenting experience, Nancy is uniquely qualified to assist families in training and child-proofing their dogs. She encourages children to be part of the dog's life and daily care and has a special interest in training the whole family to train the dog. Children are welcome in class, as long as people and dogs remain safe. Upon request, private sessions can be uniquely tailored to incorporate your children. Nancy is also involved with the Safe Kids Safe Dogs Project(tm), a program that educates school children about appropriate behavior around dogs.

In October 2016, Nancy was hand picked to be a mentor for Victoria Stillwell's new training school. She looks forward to helping the next wave of trainers succeed with positive training.

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