Dr. Elianne Amstalden
Dr. Amstalden grew up in Long Island, New York. She got her B.A. in Biology at New York University in 1995 before attending Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in St. Kitts. She finished her senior clinical year at Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine in January 2001. In 2007 she moved to Baltimore, MD and opened Belvedere Veterinary Center in 2011. She is a member of AVMA, AAHA, and is USDA accredited. At Belvedere Veterinary Center she provides full service wellness, medical and surgical care, with an emphasis on nutrition, weight management, dermatology, soft tissue surgery, and ophthalmology. Dr. Amstalden loves to hike, sing, plant vegetables in her garden, and spend time with her friends and family. She currently lives in Baltimore City with her husband and rescued dogs, Paprika and Gaucho.
Dr. Nancy Kauder
Dr. Kauder is a graduate of University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. She received her undergraduate degree in Biology from Columbia University in New York City. She has been practicing in the Baltimore area since 1995, and she joined the family at Belvedere Veterinary Center during January in 2016. Dr. Kauder’s interests within veterinary medicine include dermatology, animal behavior, and internal medicine. She lives in Baltimore with her husband, daughter, son, 2 dogs, 3 cats, and 2 rabbits. She is an avid reader, tennis player, and also enjoys trips to Washington, DC, and New York to see the ballet and theater.
Dr. Brendan Moulder
Dr. Moulder grew up in Baltimore and attended Loyola Blakefield High School. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Delaware. After working as a veterinary technician for several years, he ventured off to St. George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine in Grenada. After which, Dr Moulder completed his clinical course work at Louisiana State University. He returned to the east coast and following a short time practicing on the Eastern Shore, has been practicing small animal medicine in the North Baltimore area ever since. He joined Belvedere Veterinary Center in December of 2016. He enjoys working with all patients and clients, but has an interest in sporting/working dogs. If not at work, he can usually be found out on the water or on an adventure with his family. He currently lives in Loch Raven Village with his lovely wife and their 2 dogs, Deacon and Daisy. Dr. Moulder and his wife recently welcomed a beautiful daughter, Evelynn, to their family.
Little is known about Bandida's kitten days. She met Dr. Amstalden when she was surrendered by her owners after needing major surgery. After performing the surgery, Dr. Amstalden heard they were going to bring her to the MD SPCA, and she knew that she had found her perfect hospital cat. After 6 months of living in a different hospital, Bandida finally arrived at her new home, Belvedere Veternary Center, when it opened in 2011. Bandida can often be found greeting visitors in our lobby. In her spare time, she likes napping on computers, lounging in her cat tree, and singing songs to all of the staff.
Tim is a lifelong Baltimore native. His compassion for animals has shown through since he was a very young child. Pets have always been in his life. Tim has held many different positions in the animal health field from kennel staff to emergency veterinary technician to shelter worker and has a real passion for veterinary medicine. His special interests are inventory management, surgery and anesthesia. At home he has 4 cats and a 12 year old Irish Setter. He also has a 7 year old son and 2 year old twins that bring additional happiness into his life when he's not chasing them in different directions!
Jessica was born in North Carolina and moved to Maryland when she was 3.
She grew up on the eastern shore of Maryland. After graduating from
High School she worked at her first Veterinary Hospital and realized
that she wanted to
dedicate her life to taking care of animals. She moved to Baltimore to
attend Towson University and study Veterinary Medicine dealing with
Public Health. She currently lives with her boyfriend Steven and their 3
year old cat Luna; and is very excited about her future at Belvedere
Maria was born and raised on a farm in Costa Rica. She had a few close relatives who were Veterinarians, meaning she was introduced to the field at an early age. She moved to Baltimore City a couple of years ago, and in her free time she enjoys going for walks and hikes with her husband and their black lab Mika. Maria has loved animals since she was a baby and often assisted her brother who was a Veterinarian. It didn’t take long before Maria realized that she wanted to learn more about veterinary medicine, so she could continue to help animals for the rest of her life. Maria loves being part of the BVC family and enjoys having Bandida's company everyday while working.
Ashley was born and raised in Dundalk, Md. She started working in the Veterinary field in 2014. She has followed in the footsteps of her mother and aunt which both work in the field. She has always had a passion for working with animals and hopes to one day transition Into a veterinary technician. She enjoys spending time with her family and boyfriend. She has two Boston Terriers that are the center of her life. They are brother and sister and go by the names Boh and Harper. On her down time she enjoys baking and painting. When she can, she likes to attend concerts and play her favorite sports, field hockey and lacrosse.
Grace was born and raised five minutes up the road from BVC in Towson, MD. She was an animal lover from day one. Grace grew up in a multi-pet home, dogs, rabbits, bird, turtles; you name it, she had it. Her love for animals pushed her into her career as a Veterinary Technologist. She started working in the field in 2012 as a Kennel Technician, in 2013 was accepted into CCBC’s Veterinary Technology Program, and graduated in May of 2015. Just recently, she passed her Veterinary Technology National Boards and became at Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT)! Grace absolutely loves what she does, and for her every day is a new adventure. Grace currently lives with her boyfriend, cats Napoleon the Munchkin and Stanley the Tuxedo , and her rambunctious Lab/Rottie pup Remington! There nothing she enjoys more on her days off than spending quality time with her four boys!
Scarllette grew up in College Park, MD and is fairly new to Baltimore. She has always had a passion for animals and veterinary medicine. Scarllette will be pursuing her Veterinary Technician certification next year. Right now she is enjoying working and learning at Belvedere Veterinary Center. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her Shiba Inu, Irene, and her two guinea pigs, Montgomery and Alfonso. As well as exploring all that Baltimore has to offer with her best friend Ryan.
Zach recently moved to Baltimore from Ithica, NY where he received an Associates from Alfred State College in Veterinary Technology and became licensed veterinary technician. He began his career in Ithaca as a Dairy Herd Health Technician and transitioned to small animal medicine. Two years ago he became a technician in emergency medicine and surgery. He currently lives in the Baltimore area with his girlfriend Kelly and my 2 cats, Tony and Scout. He has a true passion for the outdoors and especially loves hunting, fishing, camping and exploring everything that the Baltimore area has to offer.
Jessa's love for taking care of animals began in 2013 in the suburbs of Pennsylvania. Before moving to Maryland and starting her career at Belvedere Veterinary Center, she worked at an animal shelter, doggie day care, and a small animal hospital. Jessa lives in Baltimore with her boyfriend and their two cats, Elvis and Tiger, and enjoys camping and embroidery in her free time.
Nicole grew up in Kingston, New York where her childhood always included having multiple pets including dogs, cats, reptiles, rodents, and rabbits. She always knew she wanted to work with animals and had many animal-related jobs including kennel attendant, grooming assistant, and volunteering with rescued Asian elephants and other wildlife in Thailand and Peru. She moved to the Adirondack Mountains in Northern New York in 2015 and graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Fisheries & Wildlife Science in 2017 from Paul Smith's College. During her time in the "dacks", Nicole was a lead animal care intern at the Adirondack Wildlife Refuge where she worked with various wildlife from raptors to carnivores to small mammals. She is a licensed Class I Wildlife Rehabilitator for New York State and hopes to transfer her license over to Maryland. Nicole recently moved to Baltimore with her boyfriend, Frank, and is enjoying learning her way around the city and her new experiences in the animal field.