7780 Transit Road

Williamsville, NY

(716) 634-2240

Meet Our Team

Meet the Doctor

Dr. Amanda Tower

Dr. Tower

Dr. Amanda Tower is originally from the Buffalo area. She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Buffalo, and received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Oklahoma State University in 2019. 

Dr. Tower is a Fear Free Certified veterinarian who committed to practicing low stress handling with her patients. 

Along with caring for dogs and cats, Dr. Tower has a strong interest in exotic pet medicine, including pocket pets and reptiles. 

She and her husband share a house with their three tiny dogs; Taffy, Oliver Floof, and Emmy.




Hi! My name is Kayla and I've been a licensed technician for 8 years. I started my career in emergency medicine and have since moved to general practice.

I care for a plethora of critters including parrots, snakes and tarantulas. I also have furry creatures, 3 dogs and 5 cats.

In my spare time I like to go hiking and foraging and just being outside. I have a special love for exotic animals and was an instructor at Medaille University teaching the students about exotic pet care.

I am dedicated to my job and my love of all creatures. My favorite duties include dental procedures and exotic pet appointments alongside lab work.


Amber B.

Practice Manager

Amber G.

I'm thrilled to be back in the veterinary industry after a 7-month break. I truly missed the daily interactions with both people and their beloved pets. Prior to joining the team at Animal Hospitable, I dedicated 18 years of my career to another clinic, where I had the pleasure of working alongside Dr. Tower. It was there that I was introduced to the Fear Free approach to veterinary medicine, which I wholeheartedly embrace as a positive method for pet care.

At home, I reside with my husband, Scott, our three wonderful children - Carson, Sawyer, and Eva, as well as my dear Mom. Our furry family members include Wickette, whom we affectionately call our "dog-ter," and Skittles, our beloved cat. Wickette occasionally accompanies me to work, so you might catch sight of her around the clinic. Additionally, our household is blessed with the presence of my canine sister, Cami.

With a degree in Accounting and a Grooming Certificate from the Rochester Institute of Dog Grooming, I bring a diverse skill set and passion for animal welfare to my work.




Hey there! I'm Katarina, originally from Long Island, where my love for pets began. After moving here for school, I've settled in with my boyfriend and our two cats; Downie and Klyde. When I'm not hitting the books, you'll often find me in the kitchen, exploring new recipes, or immersed in the world of video games. I also enjoy the relaxing art of crochet. Recently, I've been diving into the world of programming, eager to expand my skill set during my free moments.


Welcome Committee



Chloe and her three kittens were left on the clinic doorstep in January 2024. Her owner left a note explaining they had fallen on hard times and were unable to care for her and her kittens. 

Dr. Tower took them in, made sure they were healthy, and started their vaccines. 

Chloe's kittens were immediately adopted by staff members. Since adult cats can be hard to find homes for, and one of her kittens had already become a clinic cat, it was decided that Chloe should stay as well.



Trixie was left on the clinic doorstep in January 2024 with her mom (Chloe) and two siblings when they were only 5 weeks old. Dr. Tower's favorite kitty color is orange, so she decided to keep her as an official part of the clinic staff