Dr. Clauder grew up in upstate New York in the hills of the Adirondack mountains. She achieved her Associate's in Science with a focus in agriculture in 2014 at the State University of New York Cobleskill, then received her Bachelor's in Science with a focus in pre-veterinary medicine in 2016 from Cornell University. She took a year to practice as a veterinary assistant in Richmond, Texas. In September of 2017, Dr. Clauder flew to Scotland, where she remained for five years earning her Bachelor's of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery while becoming a Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons by attending the University of Glasgow. After recently graduating, Dr. Clauder began practicing with us at Animal House Veterinary Clinic. She currently enjoys all facets of medicine with small animals and some exotics. Outside of work she spends time knitting, dancing, or having a leisurely day with her boyfriend, border collie, and corn snake.