Allie Angell is Bentley Veterinary Practice’s Business Manager. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Applied Economics and Management from Cornell University's Dyson School, graduating in 2011. She was also inducted into Phi Theta Kappa and graduated Magna Cum Laude. Allie and Dr. Angell were married on December 27, 2010. It was reading the James Herriot series, All Things Bright and Beautiful, at age twelve that Allie decided she wouldn’t mind marrying a veterinarian. Dr. Angell says he fell in love with her because she is joyful and always calm, two helpful qualities for a veterinarian’s wife. When she is not working on keeping the business running smoothly, she can be found mothering their two daughters, Isabella and Olivia.
Katelyn grew up on her family's farm raising various livestock including sheep, goats, pigs, chickens, and cows. After graduating from Clark University in 2009 with a bachelor's degree in biology, she spent a few years working with exotic animals in zoos in New York. Recently, Katelyn decided that while she enjoys wildlife conservation work, her real passion is agriculture. Katelyn has always had a love for all farm animals, but especially goats. She moved back to Millbrook to start her own goat farm where she and her fiance raise Nubian and Alpine goats and make goat cheese. With her knowledge of agriculture, positive attitude, and friendly approach she is always ready to help.
Growing up in the agricultural fabric of Dutchess County, Becky is a perfect fit for Bentley Vet and our clients. With her background in dairy farming she is able understand the essence and needs of our clients on a very practical level. She stays on top of any issue that may arise and strives to ensure that each individual's interactions with Bentley Vet are trustworthy and positive. Becky continues to help run the dairy farm she was born and raised on. Her people skills are equally matched by her ability with animals, a trait she hopes to use as she aspires to become a large animal veterinary technician.