Meet the Staff
Jill started at Hampstead Vet Center in October of 2019. She graduated Carroll Community College as a certified Vet Assistant in 2019 and is pursuing her education to become a Veterinary technician. Her favorite part of working at the clinic is meeting new people and their fur babies. When shes not at the clinic she enjoys spending time with friends and family and going to concerts. She also enjoys hanging out with her dog (Carlee) and her cat (Penelope).
Hokie has been a part of the team since October of 2012, but has had veterinary experience all of her life. Hokies favorite part of the job includes napping, getting treats, and visiting the clients! She still lives at home with her parents and during her free time, she enjoys running around with her two-legged brother and sister, playing ball, and lounging around with her humans.
Meet Ashley! She started working with us in October of 2018. When she’s not here you can find her at home spending time with her husband, Chris, her son, Tucker and her two stepchildren, Emma and Parker. She also loves hanging out with her three border collies, Hoyt, Vixen, and Bandit. She also enjoys spending time hunting with her family and relaxing by the pool. Her favorite part of her job is meeting all the patients- from the babies to the seniors!
Katie has been with Hampstead Veterinary Center since 2012. She graduated from North Carroll High School in 2014 with an Animal Science Completer. Katie has graduated with an A.A.S. in Veterinary Technology and passed the board exam in 2019 to receive her Registered Vet Tech degree. Katie is a Fear Free Certified Professional, meaning it’s her mission to prevent and alleviate stress in pets and help educate others in the methods used. Katie has an interest in animal nutrition and is taking the steps towards becoming a Veterinary Technician Specialist in nutrition. In her free time, Katie loves to spend time with her fur babies; her two dogs (Mollie and Benny), a rabbit (Buns), and her horse (Sherry). She also enjoys spending time outdoors, reading, and riding horses.
LaVerda joined the Hampstead Veterinary team in July of 2007. She's well-known to many long-time clients and she enjoys the relationships built with people and their pets. LaVerda and her husband, Steve live in Manchester with their dog Titus. During her free time, LaVerda enjoys reading, floating in the pool, and hanging out with her dog. She has 2 sons and a grandson.
Whitney has been with Hampstead Veterinary Center since August 2017. Whitney has grown up and lived in Hampstead all of her life. Whitney loves her coffee and can often be found at Snickerdoodles or Dunkin Donuts before coming to work. She is a current student at The Community College of Baltimore County where she is studying Veterinary Technology. During her free time Whitney likes spending time with her family, camping, and going to country music concerts. Her favorite part of her job is meeting new patients, especially the fluffy ones.
Debbie has worked at Hampstead Veterinary Center since 2003 but has a lifetime experience in animal care. Her favorite part of working in the clinic is getting to know the clients and watching their pets grow. She lives with her husband and two dogs (Hank and Tesa), four cats, and horses (Jack and Art). She enjoys taking care of her farm, riding her horses, and taking long walks with her labs.
Dr. Schultz graduated from Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 1988 and brings 30 years of small animal experience to Hampstead Veterinary Center. The past 20 years has been spent practicing in the Eldersburg area. Dr. Schultz loves working with people and their pets and looks forward to meeting the clients and watching her patients grow. She has particular interests in internal medicine and dermatology. She raises Gotland sheep, chickens, has 6 cats and a dog, and sits on the Maryland Sheep Breeders Association board. Her interests include traveling and camping with her husband and children.
Dr. Megan Weaver
Dr. Megan Weaver grew up in Howard County, her desire to become a veterinarian started through the 4-H program. She started raising sheep and pigs and learning from her vet at the age of 8. She attended Virginia Tech with an Animal Science major and continued onto vet school at the Virginia-Maryland Veterinary College of Veterinary Medicine. After graduating from vet school in 2006 Dr. Weaver practiced at a six doctor small animal clinic in Timonium and a two doctor practice in Frederick Maryland. After working as an associate for 6 years, she saw the need to open an animal hospital, which provides comprehensive veterinary services in Hampstead, and the surrounding areas. Dr. Weaver and her husband, Chris, live in Finksburg with their two children and a yellow lab. She is an avid Hokie & Raven football fan.