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Our Support Staff

One of the first people to greet you and your pet as you walk in to the hospital is likely to be Lisa, our friendly and caring Client Services Representative. Lisa is a Lexington native and has been with BAC since January, 2009. Her favorite part of working at BAC is witnessing “the bond that clients have with their pets.” Lisa is owned by her dogs Owen - a toy poodle, Jose` - a Bichon, and her cats, Clawdeen, Gloria, Gilman, and Havana. She loves reading, watching movies, and listening to good music in her free time. Her passion in life is helping animals find their perfect home.


Hilary joined our Brighton family in November 2015, when she and her family moved to Lexington from San Diego, California. Hilary serves as both a Veterinary Technician and Client Service Representative and is a Certified Fear Free Professional. Her favorite part of working at Brighton Animal Clinic is "the compassion for the animals and amazing quality care! What's not to love? I have a great group of coworkers that are fun to work with, and all the pets seem to love coming here!" She lives on her family's horse farm with her two blue-merle Australian Shepherds, Daytona and Chevy, her house kitties - Delilah, Boots, Sweet Pea, and Bradley, and her horse, Harvey. Hilary loves spending her free time with her animals, competing in reining, and helping out around her family's horse farm on her days off.

Marisa, LVT

Marisa joined our Brighton team in 2014 as our head surgery technician and currently serves as Lead Technician. Our own resident "New-Yorker" and Licensed Veterinary Technician, Marisa provides professional and compassionate care for our feline and canine patients during emergency treatment, hospitalization, surgical, and dental procedures. Marisa is owned by her "terrier-whippet thing" George, and her three cats, Josie, Gunner, and Jordy.


Have a question about your puppy’s behavior? – Ask Anne, our resident puppy manners expert! Anne began working at BAC as a Veterinary Technician in November 2011 and has helped cultivate a unique canine behavior program at BAC. Anne is one of the founding instructors for our popular series of puppy socialization courses and is an AKC Canine Good Citizen Certified Evaluator and a Certified Fear Free Professional. She loves working with her coworkers and enjoys the chance to help build a strong foundation between puppies and their owners. Anne enjoys showing and training dogs, playing her steel drums, cheering on the Wildcats, and boating in her time off.


We were overjoyed to add Lauren to our Brighton family in September 2018 as a Client Care Representative. Lauren puts both our patients and their owners at ease with her natural penchant for conversation and serene demeanor. Likewise, she gets great enjoyment from "building relationships with our pet families and working in the wonderful Brighton environment." Lauren comes from a useful background in emergency veterinary medicine and has worked previously as a certified medical coder. Her passions outside of work include amateur baking and loving on her fur-kids - Lylah and Benson (her pitties), and kitties - Mallory, Savannah, Sarah, Chicken-Mini, as well as her horses Amber and Leroy.


Amanda joined our practice as a Client Services Representative in November 2019. Amanda is new to the veterinary world, but is an eager learner and avid animal lover. Her customer-centric philosophy makes her a great addition to our Brighton team. Stay tuned for more info soon!


Carol has been on the Brighton team since 2012, after working at vet offices, humane societies, and grooming shops since 1989. Our clinic's calming presence and cat whisperer extraordinaire, she wears two hats as a Veterinary Technician Assistant and groomer. She is most proud of her "calming affect on pets," and loves coming to work each day "with great coworkers and doctors." Carol is a Certified Fear Free Professional. Originally from Connecticut, she and her family own 1 rabbit, 2 dogs, 3 horses, and uncountable fish. She loves riding horses in her free time, and is an avid amusement park enthusiast.

Alysa, CVA

Alysa officially joined Brighton in June 2016 as a Certified Veterinary Assistant after many months interning with us while completing her certification through the Locust Trace Veterinary Assistant Program. She loves helping our patients, educating clients about patient care, and is an eager learner. Alysa is currently pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Animal Sciences. A Lexington native, she enjoys spending time outdoors with her dogs - Bishop, Ginger, and Cabella, as well as her rabbit, Mooshi.


Cameron - or Cam for short -  joined our team as a Customer Service Representative and Technician Assistant in March 2019. His calming influence helps both our pets and our pet parents be more at ease. A Lexington native, Cam graduated in 2018 with a business degree, and is hoping to continue his education in the veterinary field in the near future. His favorite part of working at Brighton is "our clients and coworkers and their amazing pets!" Cam is owned and loved by his chinchilla, Beans, and his Australian Shepherd, Raphee. Raphee and Cam enjoy hiking and camping in their free time.


Courtney joined Brighton Animal Clinic in October 2017 as a Veterinary Technician. She is a Certified Fear Free Professional and a champion of causes affecting our kitties. She has taken charge of making our feline friends comfortable in hospital as well as providing feline parents with information to keep cats happy at home. When Courtney is not at work, she enjoys spending time with her own Siamese kitty, Marth, Harvey the Domestic Shorthair, and her fluffy dog named Oscar, as well as hiking, reading, playing video games, and horseback riding. Her favorite thing about working at Brighton is the time we take with our patients to make their visit as positive as possible. She specifically enjoys helping pet parents to understand their pet's needs and behaviors and is currently in school with the eventual goal of becoming a veterinarian herself. 


Danielle began at Brighton in 2018 as a Veterinary Technician. She wears several hats in her role, assisting our doctors with appointments, hospital treatments, and caring for patients in surgery. Danielle moved to Lexington from Middlesboro, KY to attend the University of Kentucky, where she acquired her B.S. in Animal Sciences in 2017. Danielle is a Certified Fear Free Professional and has helped to pioneer our path to happier visits and low stress care for our patients. When Danielle is not caring for your pets, she enjoys horseback riding and hobby photography.

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