Get to Know Us!
Kindness matters. Every patient, every client, every time. At Kind Animal Care, we are committed to providing the absolute best care to your fur family. We also have a commitment to the community through community service and random acts of kindness. We strive to leave a positive impact everywhere we go.
Michael Noyes, DVM
Julie Noyes, DVM
Dr. Katherine Brammer, DVM
Dr. Brammer is a 2005 graduate of Virginia–Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine and has spent her career in both small animal general practice and emergency medicine. She is an avid reader, an amateur artist, as well as a wife and mother. She is very excited to join the Kind family and looks forward to meeting everyone.
Laura Lee is originally from Palm Harbor, FL and left in 2001 to go to school in Tallahassee. She received her BA in history and English literature from Florida State University. (GO NOLES!!) Laura Lee worked for a local Tallahassee veterinarian for almost 16 years. She decided in November 2018 to relocate back to Palm Harbor with her six-year-old son so they could be closer to family. She has one 13-year-old Shih Tzu, Lydia Jane. Laura Lee loves all creatures great and small, especially cats and dogs. In January 2019, she accepted a job here at Kind Animal Care.
Megan Lane, CVT
Lead Veterinary Technician
Originally from New Jersey, Megan moved to Florida in 2014. Megan has been in the veterinary field since 2007. She graduated from Harcum College in Bryn Mawr, PA with her associate degree in veterinary technology. She also participated in a six-month internship at the University of Pennsylvania Small and Large Animal Hospital. Shortly after graduating, she became a certified veterinary technician. When she’s not working, Megan enjoys spending time with her friends, family, and fur babies. She has three dogs: Cooper, Biscuit, and Lily.
Vanessa joined Kind Animal Care in May of 2021. She has been working in the Veterinary Field for about three years but has worked in the customer service industry for more than fifteen years. One of the things she enjoys the most about working here is assisting clients in getting their pets seen in a timely manner so they can go home feeling better. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her kids, husband, and her menagerie of pets. They have four dogs named Brody, Logan, Margot, and Mazikeen, one cat named Tilly, and two pigs.
Certified Veterinary Technician
Heather is originally from Gainesville, Georgia, and moved down to Florida in 2008 with her husband. Her passion for animals began in her youth while growing up on a farm. She knew at a young age that she wanted to pursue a path in the Veterinary field. She started the CVT program at St. Pete college in 2009, and after finishing the program, she started her journey as a Certified Veterinary Technician. She currently owns three cats and three dogs. In her spare time, she enjoys reading and spending quality time with her husband and two kids. She is also a huge UF football fan and never misses a game.
My name is Jennie, and I’m originally from Lima, OH but grew up in Dunedin, FL. I have always had a passion for helping all animals since I was a little girl. I have been in the veterinary field for over 22 years. I found the need to help my clients and further my own knowledge of dog training. I graduated from the National K-9 School for Dog Trainers in 2001. I have since been Fear Free certified as well. I live here in Spring Hill with a horse, nine goats, four dogs, three rabbits, two cats, and many chickens. In my spare time, I like to hang out with my family and tend to the farm.
Ashley was born and raised in Florida, starting in the veterinary field in 2014. She went to Hernando High School, where she was a member of Brooksville Sr. FFA. After graduating in 2016 as a certified veterinary assistant, she went from volunteering to working at veterinary clinics. Ashley has worked with a certified dog trainer for over three years, becoming Fear Free certified in 2019. Ashley now lives on her own with her two dogs, three turtles, and three rabbits. In her free time, she can be found hanging out with her friends or loving on her fur babies.
Tiffany was born and raised in Brooksville, Florida. In 2007, she graduated from Pasco Hernando Community College with her Associate Science Degree. She then accepted a job as a kennel technician at a local Vet Hospital. With hands-on experience, she gained the knowledge and tools needed to pursue her desire to become a Veterinary Technician. Over the years she has also volunteered her time with local animal rescue organizations including the Humane Society of Northeast Florida. When she is not working, she enjoys spending time with her fiancé, two young children, and her two rescue fur babies named, Buttercup and Tater.
Ashley joined the Kind Animal Care family in June of 2021. She is originally from Virginia but has lived in Florida the majority of her life. She brings with her 9 years of experience in the veterinary field. Ashley has always shown a passion and interest in animals of all kinds. She graduated from Marchman Technical College in 2010 with a veterinary assistant certification. In her free time, she enjoys exploring the outdoors with her fiancé and spending time with her pets. She currently has three pets, Nitro, a 12-year-old lab mix, Steven, a bearded dragon, and Philo, a leopard gecko.
Rhys, originally from Massachusetts, moved to Florida in 2018. He has been working in the veterinary field for four years now and joined the KiNd family August of 2021. He currently resides in Port Richey with his wife, rock iguana, Maria, cat, named Nnoc, and twelve snakes. In his spare time, he enjoys fishing, drawing and reading. He loves working with all animals but especially has a soft spot for cats.
Sam joined the KiNd family as a receptionist in July of 2021. Before joining KiNd Animal Care, she worked in childcare for thirteen years and even though she loves kids she decided she was ready to venture into the Veterinary field. She is originally from Iowa and moved to Florida in 2017 with her boyfriend, David. Sam has been an avid animal lover her whole life and has owned many different types as animals such as guinea pigs, bunnies and turtles. Currently she has three rescue dogs named, Jager, Willow and Bailey. She also owns a bearded dragon, Robin, and a hamster, Whitney. Sam has a soft spot for senior dogs and pit bulls.
At five years old, animals became a passion of Anais’ and she knew then, she had found her calling in life. She intends to continue her education in the veterinary field by majoring in zoology and becoming a certified veterinary technician. Her dream is to some day work with Penguins at a zoo.
During her free time, she enjoys spending it with her husband, and her five-year-old, four-legged fur baby, Lana. Some of Anais’ hobbies entail training in Mixed Martial Arts, video gaming, and seeking out new adventures, such as visiting museums and theme parks.