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Daniela Kenmure, BS, CVT (Certified Veterinary Technologist)

Daniela Kenmure, BS, CVT (Certified Veterinary Technologist)

Daniela started her career in veterinary medicine in 2008 in a small General Practice. That is where her love for animals transformed into a passion for veterinary medicine. Not long after, Daniela decided to pursue her dream of becoming a Certified Veterinary Technician and attended Wilson College.  In 2014, she graduated with a degree in Veterinary Medical Technology and a minor in business. Since then, she has spent many years cultivating her skills in general practice, surgery, emergency, critical care, and management. Daniela was most recently employed with Red Bank Veterinary Hospital in Tinton Falls, where she started as an Emergency Anesthesia Technician and advanced to become the Clinical Staff Trainer, educating all new nursing staff while continuing to aid in the growth of current staff. During her time at RBVH, Daniela worked hard to make a positive impact in veterinary medicine and began teaching a Veterinary Assistant program offered through Brookdale Community College. She spent several years as an adjunct instructor teaching a new generation of veterinary professionals.  She has also served on the board of the NJVTA as Co-chair of The Credentialing Committee. 
 
Daniela has a strong personal interest in integrative medicine, which led her to Dr. Pope. When the opportunity arose for Daniela to further her career as a practice manager for Dr. Pope’s ever-growing practice, she knew this would be a perfect fit for her. Daniela loves leading her team and supporting Dr. Pope’s patients and practice. In her free time, Daniela enjoys spending time with her family and pets, going to the beach, and being by the sea. 
Kate

Kate

Veterinary Technician

Kate obtained her certificate as an Approved Veterinary Assistant in 2012. She has worked her way up to becoming a veterinary technician and is currently attending classes to become certified. She has worked in veterinary practices for over 5 years and comes with experience working in pet hotels and animal shelters prior to her assistant and technician experience. Kate has worked alongside oncology and integrative medicine patients for over 2 years and has completed the Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) for Veterinary Technicians course at the Chi Institute, in Reddick, Florida in June 2017.

Kate chose the veterinary field due to her compassionate nature to help pets in need. She enjoys working in an integrative practice due to the peaceful setting and loves watching clients learn a more natural approach to healthcare for their pets and themselves. When Kate has free time she enjoys spending it at the beach, walking her 2 terriers Roxie and Buster, playing with her Caique parrot named Paco, and spending time with friends and family.

Monica Martucci, CVT

Monica Martucci, CVT

Certified Veterinary Technician

Monica studied at Johnson College, where she graduated in 2011 with an Associate Degree in Veterinary Technology. Monica earned many achievements while studying including President’s List, Alpha Beta Kappa, National Honor Society, and Who’s Who in American Junior Colleges. Her dedication to the veterinary field and continuous learning allowed her to graduate with Department Honors. Monica passed the Veterinary Technician National Exam shortly after graduating and is a certified veterinary technician. She has a background in emergency medicine, internal medicine, and oncology.

Monica was called to the veterinary field because she desires to make a difference. She enjoys working in an integrative practice so that she can nurture pets and guide pet parents toward tailored, quality, and custom care. When Monica has free time, she enjoys scary movies, art, and spending time with her partner and their dogs; Brutus, Isley, and Grayson as well as their ferrets; Trisbin Fettuccine and Julie Jekylberg Ditalini.

Amanda Clifford, AVA

Amanda Clifford, AVA

Approved Veterinary Assistant

Amanda obtained her certificate as an Approved Veterinary Assistant in 2019 at Brookdale Community College. She has worked as a Clinic Coordinator and an AVA in general practice hospitals. Amanda is looking forward to working with Dr. Pope and the team to help make these animals as comfortable as possible in a positive soothing environment.

Mollie Nole

Mollie Nole

Client Coordinator

Mollie comes to the practice with more than nine years of client service experience. While she has only been with the practice since 2019, she has a strong passion for holistic and integrative care and is thrilled to be working in an environment where that passion extends to animals! Mollie knew from a young age that animals had a special place in her heart. She has been a vegetarian since she was very young and has adopted a vegan lifestyle for many years now. She is a dedicated humanitarian, environmentalist, and advocate for animal rights. With a devout passion for health, wellness, food, and sustainability, Mollie is pursuing a future in the field of nutrition. She will be graduating from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN) in spring 2021 as an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach (INHC) and hopes to inspire and guide others to live a healthier, happier lifestyle. When she is not working or studying, Mollie enjoys cooking, gardening, volunteering, and of course, spending time with her two best feline friends, Buster and Finn. She is so grateful to be working alongside some of the most compassionate and driven colleagues in such a positive, uplifting environment. She is looking forward to learning more about integrative care for both humans and animals!
Danielle Petrics, BA, MAT, CYT (in progress)

Danielle Petrics, BA, MAT, CYT (in progress)

Client Service Representative

A former flight attendant and instructor for a major airline, Danielle joins the office with an extensive background in customer service. She was born and raised in Monmouth County and developed a lifelong love of both animals and holistic approaches to healing early on. In her free time, Danielle enjoys reading and traveling, and is currently completing both her yoga teacher certification and private pilot license. She is absolutely delighted to be a part of Dr. Pope’s team.
Kellie Fyffe

Kellie Fyffe

Client Service Representative

Kellie transitioned into Veterinary Medicine in 2019 after managing a childcare center for over nine years. She has always been involved in some form of animal care, originally, she started helping pet parents care for elderly and chronically ill pets. By simply assisting owners in keeping their fur babies comfortable in their own homes or aiding with vet appointments, this allowed owners to continue to work but still give their pets a good quality of life and receive the professional care their pet needed. Due to a wonderful dachshund named Louie who received acupuncture treatments at Dr. Pope’s office, Kellie was introduced to the world of Integrative Medicine! Once she realized her passion for caring for pets, she joined the Vet Med world as a CSR at a 24-hour hospital. After the excitement of the ER, Kellie decided to look for a more serene environment that focuses on treating the patient on a more personal basis with a whole-body approach. Enter Dr. Pope and her amazing practice! She is excited to grow in her new position in an office that has the patient’s best quality of life at heart. In her free time, Kellie enjoys walking doggos, spending time at the gym, eating everything chocolate, and lazing on the couch with her kitties.
Madelyn Rauch, DC, AVCA

Madelyn Rauch, DC, AVCA

Certified Human and Animal Chiropractic

Dr. Madelyn Rauch is a chiropractor who graduated from Life University, who is certified by the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association (AVCA). She provides gentle, neurologically-based chiropractic care to all animals large and small! Dr. Madi is passionate about helping your animal live life to their fullest potential, may it be an equine athlete looking to move up in their career or your senior dog trying to maintain a pain-free life and continue going on walks. Chiropractic adjustments remove interference to your animal’s central nervous system, which allows your animal’s body to function optimally. There are innumerable benefits to regular chiropractic care for your animal, contact us to find out how she can help your four-legged best friend.
Heather Wallace

Heather Wallace

Canine Massage Therapist

Heather Wallace is a Certified Equine Sports Massage Therapist (ESMT), Certified Canine Sports Massage Therapist (CCMT), and Aromatherapist working diligently to reveal to the world the benefits of natural therapies for dogs and horses through both hands-on work, and writing in her award-winning blog, The Timid Rider.

Certified sports massage therapists use their fingers, hands and arms to evaluate, detect, and treat muscle spasms and pressure points. In this manner, we address the entire body of your animal and are part of a team of wellness experts. Providing exceptional quality and specializing in sensitive animals, Heather uses massage and aromatherapy to reduce: inflammation, pain and anxiety but increase: flexibility, mobility and speed healing.

Contact Heather to book your pet an appointment today by calling 732-784-7195 or visit her business website at HeatherWallace.us or blog at TimidRider.com​. Clients are seen by appointment only.