County Line Animal Hospital's Dedicated Team
Our team of veterinary professionals is dedicated to delivering the best customer service and compassionate care to you and your pets.
Ashley Gelina — Hospital Manager
Ashley 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.
Cloe Bruinsma, LVT — Veterinary Technician
While 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.
Kimberley Burdick, LVT — Veterinary Technician
Kimberley joined the County Line Animal Hospital team in July 2013. She graduated from Medaille College's Veterinary Technician Program in August 2015. Prior to working at County Line Animal Hospital, Kimberley had experience caring for small animals and exotics, especially parrots. She has a special interest in the feathered species and is certified in the Fundamentals of Aviculture by the American Federation of Aviculture (AFA). She is also working toward a wildlife rehabilitator license.
She and her husband are loving parents to their dog Dali, two cats Oswin and Baer, three ferrets, and their own personal flock of birds.
Michelle Walton — Client Care Specialist
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, a cat named Louise, and a guinea pig named Snuffles. 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.