Dr. Howard graduated from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech in 2000. She received her Bachelor's degree in biology from Towson University. She has experience in private practice and Shelter Medicine, Surgery, and Dentistry. She has focused on Shelter Medicine since 2004 and is dedicated to fighting pet overpopulation through spay and neuter programs and education. She started Spay Now in the summer of 2008. She lives in Grasonville with her husband and cats.
Dr. Maul received her DVM from Cornell University in 2002. She received her Bachelor's degree in biology from the Rochester Institute of Technology. Dr. Maul lives in Maryland with her husband, three kids, two dogs, and one cat. She has been working for Spay Now Laurel since it's opening in 2012.
Dr. Joy Lewis, Associate Veterinarian
Dr. Lewis received her DVM from MSU in 2011. She received her Bachelor's degree in Animal and Dairy Science from MSU. Dr. Lewis is living the dream in Maryland with her husband of seven years and their young children. They share their home with two dogs, 3 cats, and at least 20 goldfish. She has been working for Spay Now since 2013.
Cathy Darling, Veterinary Technician
Cathy has extensive experience working as a surgical technician and is now happily settled down at Spay Now. She lives in Western Maryland with two dogs, two cats, two ducks, and a multitude of chickens that have their own Cluckingham Palace. She has a particular fondness for grey tabby cats. She has recently discovered a new love for mini pigs
Sabrina Nieberlein, Veterinary Technician
Sabrina is a certified veterinary technician who has been a core member of Spay Now Laurel since it opened in 2012. She has two dogs, two cats, and a horse named Questopher. Sabrina used to work gentling feral horses, and uses that expertise to sooth any nervous patients.
Dr. Magothy Von Howard (Maggie)
Dr. Maggie received her doctorate in "spider-toy catching" from the school of Hard Knocks in 2015. She is too lazy to perform any procedures, but frequently supervises the actions of the staff. These days she is particularly concerned with the functionality of the bair huggers and warming pads and insists on testing them out on a daily basis.
Maggie was brought to Spay Now as a starving, severely ill, stray kitten with severe neck wounds found on the side of the road in the summer of 2015. The staff fell in love with the kitten and refused to give up on her. Magothy now lives in luxurious splendor as a clinic cat and is thoroughly spoiled each and every day. She puts up with wearing ridiculous outfits with remarkable grace.