The Vet and Rehab Center of Cape Elizabeth

207 Ocean House Road
Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107

(207)799-6952

www.vrcce.com

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Veterinary Nurses

Veterinary and Rehabilitation Center of Cape Elizabeth - Veterinary Technician Richele Grenier Chatto Richele Grenier Chatto (LVT) - Richele has always had a passion for animals but her passion for veterinary medicine came from volunteering at Animal Care and Protective Services in Jacksonville, FL. She has a B.A. in biological anthropology from Drew University and recently earned her A.S. in veterinary technology from the University of Maine at Augusta-Bangor. In her free time, Richele enjoys movies, travel and spending time with her husband, their dog Molly, and their cat Smoak.

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Veterinary and Rehabilitation Center of Cape Elizabeth Dorothy Smith Veterinary Nurse Dorothy Smith (LVT) - Dorothy first came to Maine in 1993 to apprentice on a dairy goat farm. This experience, and her deep love of animals, began her career in animal medicine. She received her degree in Veterinary Technology from NHCTC in 1999 and has worked as a top level veterinary nurse since then. With experience in anesthesiology, radiology and primary care, Dorothy especially enjoys making every vet visit as fear-free as possible, which makes her a perfect fit for this practice. She and her family live in Kennebunk with a German Shepherd named Yago, a Shepherd mix named Chanse, and four chickens. In her off time, she enjoys ice skating, reading, gardening and playing the flute in the Biddeford Alumni Band.

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Support Staff                                                                                           Cat Friendly and Fear-Free veterinary center in Cape Elizabeth, local Cape veterinary hospital commits to make every visit as pain free and comfortable as possible for pets in Cape and South Portland veterinarian near Scarborough and minutes from Portland and South Portland  veterinary services 

 veterinary and rehabilitation center of cape elizabeth , marketing and digital management, Robin Elliott Robin Elliott - Reception, Marketing and Digital Management 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!

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Veterinary and Rehabilitation Center of Cape Elizabeth Abby Letourneau future veterinarian

Abby Letourneau - Reception/ Vet. Assistant  Abby has recently graduated from Hartwick College with a B.A. in biology. She is an aspiring veterinarian who hopes to get accepted into veterinary school in the upcoming year. Abby loves working and gaining experience in the veterinary field and loves seeing and helping animals every day. Abby grew up in South Portland with many pets including her current pets Angus the cat, Molly Madison the golden, and beautiful Lula Mae (pictured). Outside of VRCCE, Abby can be found hiking and running with Lula Mae and coaching her favorite sport, lacrosse. 

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 Nikki Doyle - Reception/Vet. Assistant Nikki was born and raised in Buxton, ME. She graduated with high honors from Bonny Eagle High School and studied Liberal Arts at the University of Southern Maine.  She has worked in a variety of areas of the veterinary field for over 15 years, ranging from small animal to equine practice. What she loves most about this field is learning something new every day, and being able to help animals and people on a daily basis. Outside of VRCCE, Nikki loves spending time with her family. She is very active with her son's baseball and hockey teams where she currently serves on the board of directors for Casco Bay Hockey. She lives with two dogs (a Dane and a Brussels!), two guinea pigs (the girls) and one very large orange cat.                                                      

Tamara Jones - Reception/Office Mgmt  Tamara has been living in Maine for 12 years and has been working in the veterinary community for almost as long. She received her degree in English and Creative Writing from University of Southern Maine. After a brief break she is extremely happy to be back, working with such an awesome crew at Vet and Rehab. She loves being a part of this community and helping pets and their people! She also enjoys hanging out with her family, reading, and trivia.

Randi Austen - Reception  Randi has been with the practice since 2006. Always a friendly face at the front, Randi keeps us all in order.

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Trainer

 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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