Meet the Veterinarians and Team of Centreville Town & Country Animal Hospital. We’re pleased to provide exceptional vet care for your pets!
Meet Our caring and Compassionate Veterinary Care Team!
Dr. Rice no longer practices large animal medicine and focuses all his attention on our small four legged friends in the community. He enjoys both soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, as well, as the challenges of general medicine. In addition to his “day job,” Dr. Rice is also involved in the community, previously as a member of the county’s Animal Control Commission, and currently as a founding board member of the Animal Welfare League of Queen Anne’s County in Queenstown. Outside of his professional and community involvements, he enjoys all the outdoor activities the Queen Anne’s county and the Chesapeake Bay have to offer. He especially enjoys spending time with his family and following the activities of his sons.
Time spent at Walter Reed Army Institute Research (WRAIR) and NIH helped develop her interest in infectious diseases. Other particular interests include animal behavior, soft tissue surgery and geriatric medicine. She and her family live in Queen Anne’s County.
She learned her love of animals while caring for chickens, dogs, cats, occasional pigs, ponies, horses, guinea pigs, and quail. Finally leaving the farm to attend Pennsylvania State University, she earned her undergraduate and graduate and attended the University of Pennsylvania for her medical degree.
Dr. Lent has practiced in multiple areas of Pennsylvania and Arizona, and is enjoying the many outdoor activities that the Eastern Shore has to offer.
Our Veterinary Technicians
Emily and her husband Tim are happy to call Centreville their new home, where they are raising their active family of 3 daughters, Eileen the 3-legged cat, Steve the tailless cat, & Willie their faithful German Shepard.
When she is not taking care of animals of all kinds, she enjoys running, soccer, travelling & exploring with her family, and supporting her daughters ‘aspirations.
She lives in Centreville with her fiancé Ken and daughter Amber. They have 2 dogs and 2 cats.
Marie has been a part of the Town & Country team since 2017.
Our Veterinary Assistants
You can normally find her answering phones or stealing puppy kisses in the exam rooms.
Wendy’s other interests include gardening, art, hiking, and world travel.
She currently lives on Kent Island with her husband, 2 dogs and 4 cats.
In her spare time, she loves the outdoors, especially fishing. She lives in Chestertown with her boyfriend, 10 chickens, 2 guinea pigs, 1 cat, 2 Redbone Coonhounds, and Chesapeake Retriever.
Claudia loves spending time caring for plants & animals, including her 4 geckos, her hedgehog, and Ollie her dog. She enjoys training Ollie and hiking in her free time.
Kim is a “Crazy Cat Lady” and lives in Centreville with her 4 kitties, Baby Girl, Esme, Alle, and Snoop. Kim loves all animals and although she has never been a “Dog Mom”, since being a part of Town & Country, Kim admits the Golden Retrievers have stolen her heart.
Our Customer Care Specialists
Outside of work and school, she enjoys spending time with her family and cuddling up with her cat Tiger at night.
Veterinary Student Intern
She has been working with us for three years.
Molly has a cat named Athena