Tammy Snyder is the practice manager and Tara Martin is the business manager at Cumberland Valley Veterinary Clinic. Both have been with the practice since 1996. Together, they handle the daily operations of the clinic.

Client Service Representatives

Our client service representatives are the front line of customer service at Cumberland Valley Veterinary Clinic. Whether they are answering your phone call, checking you in for a visit with the doctor, or scheduling a future appointment, the client service representatives strive to make your experience at Cumberland Valley a pleasant one.

Veterinary Technicians and Veterinary Nurses

Our veterinary technicians and veterinary nurses are instrumental in providing the highest quality veterinary care for your pet. They work closely with the veterinarians to provide diagnostic care, hospitalization, treatment, as well as some routine services such as nail clips and anal gland expressions. Our technicians and nurses are on staff throughout our entire business day to provide care for hospitalized animals, support for our doctors during appointments, and to provide client education

Veterinary Assistants

Our assistants are responsible for providing hands-on assistance to the doctors and veterinary technicians during surgical procedures and x-rays. They also assist in the clean up of all surgical equipment. Another responsibility of the veterinary assistant is to release and provide client education for the after care of patients who are hospitalized for illnesses and surgery.

staff_02Kennel Technicians

Our kennel technicians play an important role in our clinic’s daily operations. They are responsible for providing your pet the best possible care whether hospitalized or boarding. Kennel Technicians are responsible for the walking of dogs, ensuring all animals have food and water, as well as helping with the cleanliness of our facility.



I have been employed by CVVC since April 2007. I began my animal career working as a kennel staff member and advanced to kennel manager. During my time in the kennel I assisted the grooming staff and quickly began interested in pursuing a career in animal grooming. I became apprentice grooming at CVVC part-time in February 2012 and went full-time in April. I completed Professional Pet Grooming training at Hagerstown Community College on June 26,2012.

Outside of CVVC I enjoy riding motorcycles with my husband and spending time with my stepdaughter and grandson. My family also includes 4 dogs, a cat, a ferret and a bearded dragon.