Our Careteam

Kate has always been a nurturing soul—she loves being able to help not only pets, but the loving owners who care for them as well. She’s been working in the veterinary profession ever since she was 16 years old, and has been a member of the Taylorsville Veterinary Clinic family for more than 17 years!

Kate is originally from Media, Pennsylvania and moved to Carroll County with her family when she was only 11 years old. At 16, she began working at the front desk of a local veterinary hospital alongside her mother. Next, Kate joined the team here at Taylorsville Veterinary Clinic in the summer of 2001, where she began helping pets as a Veterinary Technician before transitioning into a reception role after the birth of her daughter. She particularly likes the large-animal side of her job and has a special fascination with embryo transfers, but her favorite part of the work is getting to develop relationships with the hospital’s clients over time.

Kate’s interests outside of animal medicine include vacationing at the beach, camping in the mountains, and spending quality time with her family at home. She and her husband, Jason, have a son named Owen whose main interests include T-ball and dinosaurs; Kate also has a daughter, Jillian, who is already very active in the 4-H club and loves animals just as much as her mother. The family shares their home with Shadow, a loveable mutt whose boundless energy can cheer Kate up on any day of the week.
When Ashley and her husband bought their farm, Taylorsville Veterinary Clinic became their source for large-animal veterinary care. Over time, they developed a close relationship with the veterinarians here—when a position opened up for a reception role, Ashley knew that it was the natural next step! She’s been a member of the clinic family ever since.

A native of Montgomery County, Ashley grew up riding horses thanks to her mother’s position as Manager of a large horseback-riding facility. When her parents purchased a horse-boarding operation in Howard County, her passion for animals only deepened. After raising her son as a stay-at-home mother for 13 years, Ashley was happy to accept a position here at Taylorsville Veterinary Clinic in the fall of 2015.

Most of Ashley’s free time away from work is spent with her family. She and her husband, Peter, own and operate a cattle farm, where they raise and show Hereford cattle. Their son, Karson, continues to show cattle all over the country! The family also shares their home with two dogs: Chester, an attention-loving Pointer, as well as Stella the Red Heeler.
Ivy B.
Ivy grew up with dogs her whole life, and always felt drawn to the earth’s creatures in a natural way. Caring for pets is simply what she’s always wanted to do! She’s proud to continue her journey in veterinary medicine as a member of Taylorsville Veterinary Clinic’s front-desk team.

Ivy was born in Glenn Dale and grew up in Mt. Airy, Maryland. She was only a senior in high school when she started interning at a local animal clinic. Next, she moved on to a dog kennel where she would help pets for the next two years. Around that time, Ivy began bringing her own pup here to Taylorsville Veterinary Clinic for care—when she heard about an open position at the front desk, she jumped at her chance to apply. The rest is history! Ivy has been a member of the hospital family since April of 2019, and loves to continue learning new things while meeting and greeting the area’s pets and loving owners on a daily basis.

Away from work, Ivy enjoys listening to music, attending country concerts, and spending time with her friends, family, and pets. She has one pet of her own: Hank, a German Shepherd/Labrador/Black Mouth Cur mix whose favorite pastime is playing with any toy he can get his paws on.
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Like most veterinary professionals, Kathy has adored the company of animals ever since her earliest days. She wanted to do more than simply admire pets, though—she’s always made it her mission to ensure that animals are well cared for so that they can live happy, joyous, and fulfilling lives! Kathy has been doing just that here at Taylorsville Veterinary Clinic for more than 25 years.

Kathy is from Chesapeake City, Maryland and began working with animals when she and her husband operated a 700-acre dairy farm; she’s been tending to cows for more than 30 years, and hasn’t stopped caring for animals professionally since. When an injury prevented her from continuing work on the farm, Kathy joined the Taylorsville Veterinary Clinic family in May of 1992. She helps the area’s pets as a Veterinary Assistant, and also assists in surgery one day a week and takes care of all inventory and ordering for the hospital.

Kathy and her husband have one son and are proud grandparents to three wonderful grandchildren. At home, they live with six feline companions: Milk Weed, Stella, Jack, Joey, and two outdoor cats.
Ivy S.
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Ivy grew up in the countryside of Taneytown, Maryland surrounded by farm animals and wildlife; it wasn’t difficult for her to develop a love and appreciation for the earth’s creatures early on in life. She’s been involved in the veterinary field ever since she was 16 years old—Ivy’s passion hasn’t wavered since!

Ivy was still in high school when she secured an internship at a local veterinary hospital through the school’s career connections program. It didn’t take her long to realize that this was the perfect path—after graduation, she enrolled in the veterinary assistant track at Carroll Community College. She accepted her first job at a hospital in Hanover, Pennsylvania, gaining crucial skills that have served her well to this day, then returned to Maryland and signed on at a clinic in Westminster.

After giving birth to her two sons, Ivy decided to move on to another hospital—that’s when she signed on here at Taylorsville Veterinary Clinic. She started as a receptionist before transitioning in the role of Veterinary Technician; Ivy especially likes getting to spend one-on-one time with patients in the exam rooms and her favorite part of the job is critical cases and assisting in surgery. In total, Ivy has been helping to improve the lives of pets for more than 15 years!

Ivy and her husband, Michael, live in Carroll County with their two sons, Mitchell and Jonathan. When she isn’t spending quality time with her family or caring for pets here at Taylorsville Veterinary Clinic, Ivy can be found weight-lifting at the gym, listening to music, cleaning, and relaxing in the great outdoors.
Lindsey M.
Veterinary Assistant
Lindsey’s parents have operated a dairy farm for almost 40 years—for her, animal care was simply a part of life while growing up. Working closely with large-animal veterinarians and learning even more during her 4-H projects only cemented her desire to work with animals herself! Lindsey gets to do just that on a daily basis as a member of Taylorsville Veterinary Clinic’s talented care team.

Lindsey grew up in Frederick, Maryland and moved with her family to Union Bridge at the age of 12. She started working at a local veterinary clinic immediately after high school until she headed off to college—Lindsey joined the team here at Taylorsville Veterinary Clinic in January of 2011 after moving back home with her degree. As a Veterinary Assistant, she enjoys helping with surgeries and talking with new pet owners during puppy and kitten examinations.

Outside of work, Lindsey is actively involved in fire rescue and has been a volunteer for 10 years—she even finished paramedic school recently! She also enjoys dancing, traveling, and spending time at home with her family and their animal companions. Lindsey has an Australian Shepherd, Miley, a house cat named Annie, and two show heifers, HaHa and Freda.
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Brooke grew up with dogs and cats around the house and started riding horses when she was very young. She also showed lambs in the 4-H club and helped her grandfather with his dairy and beef cattle. Her entire life has been spent around animals—for Brooke, working hands-on to better pets’ lives in the veterinary profession simply makes sense!

Brooke obtained an internship here at Taylorsville Veterinary Clinic during her senior year of high school, affording her the opportunity to get direct experience in the veterinary world during her studies in animal science. She was offered a position with the clinic team before her internship hours were even completed—Brooke was more than happy to accept! As a Tech, she especially likes monitoring and medicating patients, and routine wellness visits always bring her great satisfaction.

When she’s not at work, Brooke can be found hiking in the great outdoors, horseback riding, four-wheeling, and enjoying the company of her own animal companions at home. She has two dogs—Ziggy the Icelandic Sheepdog and a Great Dane named Mako—as well as a horse, Snickers, and a cat named Carly.
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Racheal grew up on a family farm in Clarksville, Maryland. She’s had an innate passion for working with animals ever since day one—that’s because she’s been helping pets hands-on for her entire life! As she got a bit older and started to care for animals through the 4-H program, Racheal’s mind was made up: she wanted to help pets live happy, healthy lives as a member of the veterinary world.

After getting married, Racheal moved to the Sykesville area and started looking for her next opportunity in the animal care field. That’s when she discovered an opening here at Taylorsville Veterinary Clinic—the rest is history! Racheal particularly likes watching the area’s animal companions grow up healthy and strong over the years, and she loves to talk with other pet owners one-on-one in the exam rooms.

Racheal and her husband, Kienan, care for a variety of animals at home. They have goats, horses, chickens, and cows!
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Kaitlyn’s grandmother was a huge animal lover, rescuing as many pets as she could and frequently volunteering her time to the local Humane Society. Kaitlyn decided to carry on that legacy—for her, helping as many of the earth’s creatures to live happier, healthier lives is a dream come true! She’s proud to serve as a member of Taylorsville Veterinary Clinic’s Veterinary Assistant team.

A Carroll County native, Kaitlyn dabbled in the graphic design and food service fields before deciding to jump headfirst into what she was truly passionate about: animal care. When she came across an advertisement for Carroll Community College’s Veterinary Assistant program, she knew that she had found the perfect fit. Before she knew it, Kaitlyn had signed up for the course and launched her journey in veterinary medicine!

Kaitlyn started here at Taylorsville Veterinary Clinic in late 2018 in order to complete her clinical hours for school. When her educational requirements were finished, she was happy to accept a job offer! Kaitlyn has been serving the area’s pets and animal owners as a Veterinary Assistant ever since.

When she’s not at work, Kaitlyn likes making art, baking, and doting on her own pets at home. She lives in New Windsor with her fiancé and three dogs: Lila, a rescued Labrador mix; Molli the Schnauzer/Poodle mix who has been with Kaitlyn for many years; and Calli, a loveable Schnauzer/Poodle/Chihuahua mix.
Lindsey W.
Veterinary Assistant
Lindsey grew up in Elkridge, Maryland with her parents, younger sister, and plenty of family pets. She’s known ever since she was a little girl that she would love to help better the lives of others’ animal companions. Now, Lindsey couldn’t be happier to continue her journey in the world of animal care—she’s a proud member of Taylorsville Veterinary Clinic’s Veterinary Assistant team!

After a stint working in child care, Lindsey decided to follow her passion and jumped headfirst into the veterinary care world. She enrolled in a Veterinary Assistant course at Carroll Community College, and the rest is history. When it came time to complete clinical hours, Lindsey signed on here at Taylorsville Veterinary Clinic, and she’s been a member of the hospital family ever since.

Around the clinic, Lindsey particularly likes examining X-rays and working hands-on with patients in the exam rooms. Most of all, she loves getting to know the families of the area’s animal companions and watching pets grow and mature over the years.

Away from the office, Lindsey enjoys cheering on the New York Yankees—she goes to a baseball game at least once per season!—and spending quality time with her family and pets. She has one pet at home: Hudson, a playful French Bulldog.

    • Barbara Agel DeMayBarbara Agel DeMay

      Taylorsville took care of my Skippy for years And several weeks ago he took very ill we had to have Skippy put down and the doctor and staff there could not have been any kinder to me and my family. I would recommend this vet to all my friends and family

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    • Anne Greve MorganAnne Greve Morgan

      We have been going to TVC for over 20 years and love them. As I tell others, VTC are our pediatrics to geriatrics doctor for our fur babies.

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      This says it all ♥️🐾 we really enjoy coming here.

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    • Crystal BauerCrystal Bauer

      I started taking my dog here in 2017 and they have always been amazing.... we had two emergency situations and we're seen right away , the girls are so good with my bolder who has epilepsy, is always nervous and is a dashchund need I say more lol.... Dr. Lucas is great with him and started treatment which reduced his seizures to almost none and they always try to be fair in pricing since bolders care requires bloodwork and meds for life. thank you very much for all you do for our bolder boo

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    • David WolcottDavid Wolcott

      I am a pro trainer and new customer of Dr Bray. Since the start , November 2015. she has seen my litter of Labrador pups, and their dam. Also have several other dogs under her care. They are very professionally run. With outstanding support staff. The,always 2 on duty, receptionists are more then your average clerks. They ask all the right questions to expedite the process. I cannot say enough about these vets and give them my highest praise!!

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    • Amy GormanAmy Gorman

      Dr Megan Bray is amazing. She has seen our Bella during her entire battle with ectopic ureter and then chronic kidney failure. Unfortunately we had to say goodbye to Bella about 2 weeks ago and despite how difficult the experience was she was very empathetic and just as sad to say goodbye. We are proud to call her our vet and always recommend her and the entire team to others.

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    • Kim VonBusseniusKim VonBussenius

      wonderful vet office. Very pleasant.Staff is friendly.

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