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Meet our Veterinary Doctors

Dr. Jonathan Spelke, DVM

Dr. Jon Spelke has been practicing Veterinary Medicine in the Mid-Coast Maine area since 2000 and joined the Androscoggin Animal Hospital staff in 2002. In 2006, he became a partner in the practice with Dr. Chadima, and has owned the practice since 2015. He received his B.A. from Amherst College in 1992 and his D.V.M. from the Virginia Maryland Veterinary School (Virginia Tech) in 1999. Following graduation from Virginia Tech, he did an internal medicine and surgery internship at the Angell Animal Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts.

Dr. Spelke has a special interest in internal medicine and is particularly interested in diagnostic ultrasound. He has practiced ultrasound extensively and performs them for the practice weekly. He lives in Topsham with his wife Amy, his son Max, his daughter Cora, his three cats and his two dogs.

 

Dr. Karen Freedman, DVM

Dr. Karen Freedman has been practicing veterinary medicine in the Mid-Coast Maine area since 1987 and at the Androscoggin Animal Hospital since 1994. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of New Hampshire and a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Cornell University.

Her interests are equally divided between small animal medicine and surgery, with a special interest in exotic small mammals such as ferrets and guinea pigs, and a particular focus on rabbits. She is a member of the Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians. She is an active volunteer at the Bath Area Family YMCA, the Morse Music Association at Morse High School, the RSU 1 LOCAL garden, and Habitat for Humanity.

Dr. Molly Berberich, DVM

Dr. Molly Berberich realized that she wanted to be a veterinarian after her second-grade teacher asked her what she wanted to do when she grew up. She moved to Brunswick when she was 11, and graduated from Brunswick High School in 1992.  She then attended the University of Minnesota, receiving her B.S. in animal science in 1998. After graduating from college, Dr. Berberich worked as a veterinary assistant and then a veterinary technician for two years before her opportunity to attend veterinary school finally presented itself. She earned her D.V.M. from Ross University College of Veterinary Medicine, in St. Kitts, W.I., in 2002.

Dr. Berberich began practicing in New York State in 2003, but decided to move back to Maine in 2006. She has been practicing here ever since, starting in Portland, then working her way up to Boothbay, and finally joined Androscoggin Animal Hospital in April 2012.  

Dr. Tyler Cote, DVM

Dr. Tyler Cote has been practicing veterinary medicine in Southern Maine since 2009. He received his B.S. in Biology & Animal Science at University of Maine Orono in 2005 and his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Tennessee in 2009. Tyler joined our team in 2013.

Dr. Cote has a special interest in Dermatology.

Tyler enjoys time at home with his son Tobin and his wife, Menolly Cote DVM, who also practices locally. When he’s not home, he’s often found in the woods of Maine fishing and camping with his dog, River.

 

Dr. Sarah Horn, DVM

Dr. Sarah Horn was born and raised in upstate New York and graduated from Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine. She attended Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and completed her clinical rotations at New York State College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell.

After graduating from veterinary school in 2013, she completed a rotating small animal internship at Ocean State Veterinary Specialists in East Greenwich, RI, which provided her with additional training in multiple specialties, including her favorites: emergency and critical care and internal medicine. She has been working as a veterinarian in the state of Maine since 2014.

She enjoys running, cooking, all things outdoors, and hovering over her four-legged dog children, Cody and Atticus Bacon.

Love AAH! I travel more than an hour to see them. They are very professional and ALWAYS has my pets best interest in mind.

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