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Technicians

Michelle Enman
Veterinary Technician

Michelle grew up in Vernon, Sussex County. She graduated in the top ten of her graduating class from Hocking College, where she earned her Associate’s degree in Equine Health and Complementary Therapies. In addition to her Associate’s Degree, Michelle earned certifications in Horse Shoeing, Equine Massage, Equine Acupressure, and Equine Aromatherapy. Michelle is currently enrolled in Penn Foster’s Veterinary Technician Associate’s Degree Program. She has 17 years of horse experience and has worked for various farms in the area. Prior to joining the ECEVS team in 2015, she was employed at a private farm and traveled with the farm’s team of horses to driving competitions throughout the U.S. and Canada.

In her spare time, Michelle likes to spend time with her horses, pets, family, and friends.

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Sarah Bode
Veterinary Technician

Sarah is originally from Reisterstown, MD and began riding at the age of four. Throughout high school and college she worked for local barns and competed in 4-H and eventing. In 2014, Sarah graduated with a B.S. in Large Animal Science from SUNY Cobleskill. Before moving to New Jersey, Sarah worked as a heifer manager for a dairy farm in South Central Pennsylvania.

In her free time she enjoys skeet shooting and riding her horse Delta.

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Megan Maeder
Part-Time Veterinary Technician

Megan was born and raised in northern New Jersey, and inherited her mother’s love for horses at an early age. She began riding at age five, and owned her first horse by age 11. Since then, Megan decided to pursue her passion as a career; she attended Delaware Valley University in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, and graduated in May of 2016 with a BS in Equine Science and Management, along with a minor in Psychology. During her time at the university, she gained a great deal of knowledge and experience in the equine veterinary and reproductive field, having worked at the campus breeding center and assisting with numerous procedures there. She worked previously for East Coast Equine as an intern in the summer of 2015, and after gaining additional experience working as a tech at another equine veterinary clinic, she is very happy to return to this excellent group of veterinarians and fellow horse lovers as a permanent technician. In her free time, Megan enjoys spending time with friends and family, and working her home farm in Green, New Jersey with her mother, along with training and re-homing off the track Thoroughbreds.

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East Coast Equine Veterinary Service, LLC • PO Box 91 • 33B Kennedy Road • Tranquility, NJ 07879 • (908) 852-1300