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Our team of veterinary professionals is dedicated to delivering the best customer service and compassionate care to you and your pets.

Practice Manager Ashley with Black DogAshley joined the County Line Animal Hospital team in 2007 during her senior year of high school. She worked part time as a veterinary assistant while attending college. In 2011, she graduated from St. John Fisher College with a BS degree in Biology with an Animal Sciences concentration.

After graduating, Ashley spent time traveling with her husband who serves in the United States Army. With nearly 3 years of animal hospital management experience, she is now working toward becoming a Certified Veterinary Practice Manager (CVPM).

Ashley is the proud owner of Odin, a Lab mix who works as a County Line Animal Hospital greeter and client care specialist! She also has two senior cats at home: Rascal and Traveler. Ashley enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband and animals, reading and traveling.

Vet Tech Cloe with Two DogsWhile technically her name is Sarah, everyone at County Line Animal Hospital knows her as Cloe. She graduated from Webster High School and then went to Medaille College, where she earned an Associate degree in Veterinary Technology. Soon after graduating from Medaille College in 2002, Cloe joined the team here at County Line Animal Hospital. Her technical competence and years of experience will ensure that your pet receives excellent care at our hospital. She maintains interests in veterinary dentistry and diabetes.

Cloe currently has four dogs, two cats and a parrot. She brings her parrot "Dante" to nursing homes and assisted living establishments for pet therapy.

vet asst katie derks dog Katie joined County Line Animal Hospital in March of 2018. She is a graduate from SUNY Cobleskill with a bachelor's in Animal Science and a concentration in Equine Studies. After college, Katie pursued a career in Kentucky, working for a thoroughbred breeding and racing farm and had the opportunity to meet several famous race horses and trainers.

By the time she moved out of state, Katie had over 12 years of experience working with small animals, fish, and some exotics at a local pet store. She even continues to groom dogs in her spare time! She recently started taking classes to become a licensed veterinary technician. At home, Katie has a black lab, Gypsy (pictured), and a Japanese Chin, Lily.

vet asst rayven turnerRayven joined the County Line Animal Hospital team in August 2018. Prior to working at County Line, she was a patient care technician for Rochester Regional. She turned her care over to animals and found her true passion.

She has just begun her journey back to school to become a licensed veterinary technician. Outside of work, she loves snuggling her two cats Tosh and Roni, exploring the apple orchards with her German Shepherd Mac, and raising her own flock of backyard chickens.


ccs michelle watson dog riley Michelle joined the staff at County Line Animal Hospital in September of 2013. She graduated from Webster High School in 1996. After spending 10 years in the Health Insurance industry as a project analyst, she decided to pursue her passion of working with animals.

Michelle resides in Ontario with her husband and daughter. They share their home with their pets: a labrador retriever named Riley (pictured) and three kitties named Louise, Maggie, and Cury. Her family enjoys spending time with friends and family, boating, fishing and traveling. In Michelle's spare time, she also enjoys helping reunite lost pets with their families and helping find homes for homeless or unwanted pets.

ccs emilie van leeuwen 200pxEmilie became a member of the County Line Animal Hospital team in 2017. She is currently working her way through the Penn Foster Veterinary Technician Program.

In her free time, she enjoys working with her horses and spending time with her German Shepherd, Opal (pictured), and her newest addition, Clarence the kitty.




ccs kim dinapoli After a short break from her previous role in the veterinary field, Kim joined the County Line Animal Hospital in June 2019 with 13 years of experience.

At home, she cares for two ragdoll kitties and is very artistic.



ccs lisa tunley cat 200pxIn February 2019, Lisa joined the County Line Animal Hospital team after spending several years in the retail industry. In her free time, she enjoys spending time at her camp and being with her family.