Victoria, CVT, CCRP
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 LRVC in 2015. She is a Certified Veterinary Technician and also holds her Fear Free Certification.
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 LRVC in her role as Practice Manager. Victoria lives in southern NH, along with her husband, 2 kids, 3 dogs.
Mackenzie has been working in the veterinary field since 2017 and joined Lowell Road Veterinary Center in 2019. With over ten years of experience as an advocate and volunteer for animal rescue she has become passionate about veterinary medicine and has experience in both emergency services as well as general practice. Mackenzie enjoys all aspects of client service and management- and making sure all of our clients and patients have an excellent experience every time they come in.
Mackenzie currently resides in southern NH with her boyfriend, two cats, Logan and Tiny, and her dog, Sam. In her spare time she enjoys the outdoors, hiking, and spending time with her family.
Rebecca has shared a passion for being around and caring for animals since she was a little girl. Rebecca grew up in Massachusetts but spent many of her summers at her grandparents farm in Tennessee where she found her love for chickens, cows and mini pot belly pigs.
Rebecca brings over five years of customer care and veterinary excellence to LRVC and continues to grow her passion for the veterinary field.
When not working Rebecca is usually found hiking the mountains of NH with her pup Samantha or tending to her fish tanks.
Joanna is a veterinary technician that attended Great Bay Community College and graduated with her associate's degree in Veterinary Technology in 2017. Joanna enjoys going to the beach, working out at the gym and also likes to shop in her spare time. Joanna has one cat named Doris and lives with 2 dogs named Karma and Trooper at home.
Joanna enjoys assisting in surgery and doing laboratory procedures. She is currently working with us part time while attending nursing school and is looking forward to being involved in both human and veterinary medicine!
Courtney is a Veterinary Technician Assistant. She graduated in 2017 from Great Bay Community College with her associates degree in Veterinary Technology. She is currently working on studying for the National Veterinary Technician Exam to obtain her CVT licence.
Courtney was born and raised in a small town in New Hampshire. She has always had a love for animals since she was a little girl. When she is not at work Courtney loves to hang out with family and friends, go shopping, and take pictures. She has one dog named Dually who is a pitbull boxer mix.
Shelby is a Veterinary Technician student attending Great Bay Community College working toward her associates degree. Shelby started with LRVC as an intern and joined us as a technician assistant in the summer of 2019.
When not at work or school, Shelby enjoys staying at home and reading or just hanging out relaxing with family and friends.
She loves German Shepherds and spooky Halloween cats! Shelby has a black American Bobtail cat named Arya and a sable German Shepherd mix puppy named Otis! She hopes to have many more fur-kids in the future.
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 named 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.
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.