Victoria is a practice manager who has been working in the veterinary field since 2002. In 2008 she graduated from Becker College with an associate’s degree in Veterinary Technology, then went on to pursue a bachelor’s degree in Animal Science. She had been working as an emergency veterinary technician at several emergency and specialty hospitals prior to joining BVMC when it opened in 2016. Victoria recently completed her Fear Free Certification in December 2018 and is excited to run a practice utilizing fear free principals.
Victoria has experience in various areas of veterinary medicine including emergency, internal medicine, ophthalmology, shelter medicine and wildlife. She brings her focus on the human-animal bond, organizational leadership and customer service experience to BVMC in her role as Practice Manager. Victoria lives in southern NH, along with her husband, step-daughter, son and 4 dogs.
Devon is the Lead Client Care Specialist who has been working in the veterinary field since 2003. With over 15 years in the field, Devon brings us years’ worth of experience across multiple areas of the field. With experience in Client Service, Veterinary Technology and Management, Devon makes a great addition to our team!
Devon brings her focus of client experience to BVMC in her role as Lead Client Service Coordinator. Devon lives in southern NH, along with her brother and cat. Outside of work Devon enjoys gardening, videogames and spending time with her friends and family.
Lead Client Care Specialist
Liz has been a veterinary technician for 4 years, working with cats and dogs along with some smaller pets like guinea pigs, hamsters, and some reptiles. She has always been an advocate for four legged friends and loves helping them stay healthy and happy.
When she is not helping pets, she loves to be outdoors, doing anything in nature that she can like fishing, hiking, kayaking and camping.
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Jen joined the team in 2018 and brings many years of experience in the veterinary field. Her interest ignited when she would spend summers in Los Angeles, California with her aunt working in emergency medicine at a very young age. From there, she pursued her career and began working as a full time veterinary technician in multiple establishments and completed various rotations and internships in emergency, general practice and surgery. She then decided to further her education and experience and enrolled in the Veterinary Technology program at Great Bay Community College. She later received her Associates in Science in Veterinary Technology in 2014 with high honors.
Jen has a particular passion for surgery, emergency medicine and patient/client care. She is an advocate for all animals well being along with client education. She enjoys staying updated on changes in medicine in this ever growing field!
Jen currently resides in New Boston, NH with her three smoosh faced dogs: Hoover, Pancake and Hotah. Her hobbies include scuba diving, skydiving and traveling.
Amanda grew up in Litchfield New Hampshire, and went to Campbell High School. She recently graduated from Stockton University in Southern New Jersey, where she studied Marine Science and Biology. She spends her free time playing softball, at the beach, and with her family, two loving pugs, and her new puppy! Ever since Amanda was young she has had a passion for helping domestic animals, as well as marine mammals.
Amanda works for BVMC full-time, and starts Vet School in the Fall of 2019!
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Animal Care Coordinator
Yuliya has loved all kinds of animals since she was two years old. She is originally from Moscow, Russia, and moved to the United States with her parents in 1999. In 2014 she graduated with a degree in Zoology and Animal Science from the University of Maine, Orono, where she developed a love for cows and horses.
She is passionate about veterinary medicine and is interested in joining the veterinary profession someday, especially with a focus on shelter medicine.
One of her favorite things is being able to meet and help the pet's owners. In her spare time she enjoys hiking, reading, playing video games, and spending quality time with her two cats.
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Animal Care Coordinator
Andrea has been a Certified Professional Pet Groomer since 2012.
Her experience ranges from working in big corporate salons to small salons to boarding and training facilities. Her love of animals has been life-long. Andrea grew up with dogs her whole life and has always had a passion for caring for and working with animals. She currently has a rescue dog names Miles Davis, a cat named Purrsey and a rabbit named Hank.
She strives to make the grooming experience as stress-free as possible. She believes it is a must to have a great deal of patience and trust, as well as the ability to read dogs' body language. Clients have told her that she has a special knack for working with dogs that other groomers turn away.
She takes great pride in her work and is very much a Quality over Quantity type of groomer. She keeps up to date on the latest grooming trends, equipment, and products. A big part of being a professional groomer is knowing what products can help get the look and feel that clients want. Andrea is a believer that there is always something new to learn in the grooming industry and strives to learn new ways to keep your dogs happy and healthy.
Andrea is married with two step kids. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family, and animals, hiking, camping, kayaking, surfing, biking, skiing, going to see live music, gardening, reading, and cooking.
Alexia Miller has been training dogs professionally for almost 20 years. She is the Lead trainer here at Bedford Veterinary Medical Center. Her training experiences include preparation for AKC Novice obedience, Rally-o, Confirmation, Agility, Tracking, Scent work, in-kennel training, and Group classes, Private lessons both in home and out and about. She has volunteered at various shelters and rescues, spending over five years leading a shelter dog class at a local rescues in Michigan, helping fellow volunteers enrich the lives of dogs in their care.
Alexia is a graduate of Michigan State, where she received a Masters of Behavioral Science Degree with a strong hold in animal behaviors. She has also attended ABC (Animal Behavioral College) and received her dog training degree. Since graduating, Alexia has pursued her goal of bettering the lives of dogs through working at petco. She ran the dog training program and even mentored other dog trainers.
Alexia specializes in obedience training and behavior modification, with emphasis on reliable recalls and energy outlets to curb destructive behavior. She continually focuses her work on strengthening the bond between dogs and their people. Alexia accomplishes this by teaching the basics of dog behavior with attention to animal behavior as a whole, using engaging, playful and fun methods and tools. She looks forward to meeting each and every one of you to discuss how to help you with your dog and build that perfect relationship.