I am a client service representative here at the Danvers Animal Hospital. I am currently enrolled in the animal care specialist program at North Shore Community College. I grew up as a member of the 4H club where I learned leadership, responsibility and community service. I apply many of these attributes to my position here at the hospital and to my daily life .I live in Middleton, MA with my fiancé, Mike, my two ferrets, Peter and Wendy, and my rescue, a kitten named Phantom. She also is the proud mom to her horse Lit. I have a strong interest in learning more about animal nutrition and to continue her studies towards a biology degree. I love to bake, read and ride horses in my free time. As well as volunteer at a ferret shelter. Owls, cardinals, sunflowers, daisies and all things oceanic make me happy.
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CVPM Practice Manager
My name is Amy and I am the Practice Manager at Danvers Animal Hospital. I was born and raised on the North shore and I attended the University of Massachusetts Amherst and received my Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science. I started my career as a receptionist here at the Danvers Animal Hospital. I then moved into the field as a technician and in 1998 I took over the roll as Practice Manager. I bring 17 plus years of experience to the Danvers Animal Hospital and enjoy working with all our clients and their pets over these years. I recently earned my certification and became a Certified Veterinary Practice Manager CVPM. I believe in the care and health we provide our community and I am honored to work with such a talented and compassionate team! I continue to be amazed by the joy that a human-animal bond can bring to someone's life. I share my home with one dog named Indiana Jones and three crazy Felines: Reece, Flo and Vivi, all rescues. I love to travel and hike in the outdoors and I enjoy the beach's of the North Shore. Come bye and say Hello anytime!
Head Client Service Representative
I came to the Danvers Animal Hospital as a client, and after 15 years in the Banking field, I made a change and joined the team as a Client service representative 20 years ago. I was born and raised on the North Shore and live in Beverly, MA with my Husband Steve and our 3 cats; Sara, Flurry, and Bruin. I have a son Jim and a grand-dog named Duke. I have enjoyed working with all the families that I have come to meet here at the hospital and watching all their pets and children grow. When I am not working I enjoy Bruins Hockey games and traveling.
CVT Head Technician
I am a certified Veterinary Technician (CVT) and have been a technician at Danvers Animal Hospital for over 11 years now. I graduated on the Deans list from the Veterinary Technician program at North shore community college. I also hold an associate degree in Mathematics. I was born in Alabama but moved to Massachusetts 21 years ago. I have no siblings, but I am still very close to my family. The relationships I have developed, as well as my career and passion for helping and treating animals has aided in making MA my home. I love spending my free time with my friends as well as curling up with my animals; Tessie, Nala and Binx, to read a good book. Camping, bike riding, going to the movies and traveling are some of my biggest hobbies. My guilty pleasures include tap dancing class, dancing to 90’s hip hop music while no one is watching and Nicholas sparks movies.
Client Service Representatives
I have been a Client Service representative at the Danvers Animal Hospital since 2001. I have been a life long resident of Danvers MA and currently live in town with my son and fiancé. I enjoy learning something new on a daily basis and the connection I have made with life long clients over the years. I am also mom to two dogs named Buddy and Harley and three cats: mango, Roxy, and Lola.
I have worked with the Danvers Animal Hospital as a Client Service representative since 2002. I really enjoy helping others and being there for all our clients and their pets when they need us the most. I am also a Human x-ray technologist part time and I enjoy being in the animal and human healthcare field. I live in Salem with my husband and son. We also have a dog dachshund mix that is named Shorty.
I joined the Danvers Animal Hospital team in 2011 as a Client Service representative, after being in the field for 14 years. I have an associates Degree from Essex Agricultural and Tech institute and a degree in criminal justice. I feel the best part of my job is meeting so many wonderful people and their pets and that she gets to learn something new everyday. I reside in Amesbury MA with my husband and two cats; George and Purdie Pearl. I also have a son and two Grand daughters. I have a special place in my heart for greyhounds and senior pets and I support the Humane Society of the Grand Bahamas and Greyhound rescues. In my spare time I love visiting flea markets, traveling, and gardening.
I joined Danvers Animal Hospital in 2016 as a Client Service Representative. I’m originally from New Hampshire and graduated from UNH before moving to Massachusetts. I currently live in the North Shore with my husband; my senior cat, Rascal; and our two new pups, Mulder and Scully (chihuahua mixes). I enjoy cooking, reading, trying new hobbies (not always successfully), and catching up on favorite TV shows with my husband. I’m a crazy cat lady at heart, but I enjoy working with people and pets of all kinds.
I joined the Danvers Animal Hospital in 2014 as a Client Service representative. I graduated from Monmouth University with a Bachelors degree in History. I am currently working towards my Masters Degree at Salem State University. I grew up in Medway MA and recently moved to the North Shore with my boyfriend and our dog Hulk, an Alaskan Malamute. I love the interaction we have with our clients and their beloved pets, on a daily basis. I love to camp, hike, and travel on my days off.
I started as a client service representative at the Danvers Animal Hospital in March 2018. I graduated from Johnson & Wales University with a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration. I am also a certified dog trainer and have plans on furthering my education to become a veterinary technician. I love all animals but have a strong passion for Great Danes; I truly fell in love with the breed after owning my Dane, Kane. I have a variety of animals at home: 2 Great Danes, Jetty and Grady, Shamus, a Golden Retriever, Benni, a Beagle, two bunnies, Luna and Moose and a Budgie named Sprinkles. In my spare time, I love going to the beach and car shows with my boyfriend Derek and Jetty my Great Dane.
Certified Veterinary Technicians
I am a graduate of Essex Aggie and I am a certified veterinary technician (CVT). I have worked here at the Danvers Animal Hospital for over 30 years. I have been a Danvers resident all my life and I have two sons Jeff and Dane as well as two dogs and a cat, which are all rescues. I enjoy the people and pets that I meet at the hospital as well as the compassionate and empathy towards animals that I see on a daily basis. In my free time, I plays on two volleyball leagues, three softball teams and I enjoy playing cribbage. Although my family, pets, and friendships are my number one passion, I do enjoy yard sales, good food and hosting parties for my friends.
I am a Certified Veterinary Technician (CVT) and have been apart of the Danvers Animal Hospital for over 29 years. I have been a life long resident of Lynn, MA, and still live there with my fiancé, Scott, son Kyle , and daughter Jennifer. I am a caretaker at heart and I enjoy caring for those animals in need every day here at the hospital. I am also passionate about animal welfare and caring for those who can not care for themselves. I also enjoy getting to spend quality time with my two grandchildren. I enjoy camping, reading, and spending time in Maine, as well as traveling the world. . I have two cats and a dog named puppy Girl.
I started at the Danvers Animal Hospital as an intern in 2012, while I was pursuing an associate’s degree in veterinary technology at North Shore College. I graduated and became a certified veterinary Technician (CVT) in 2013.I also earned an associates degree in graphic design. I am now a full time technician here at the hospital and taking care of other’s pets makes me happy. I also love to volunteer to help raise orphaned squirrels and other orphaned babies during the spring time here at the hospital. I play the flute and the piano, love art, and really enjoy photography. When I was younger, I was a member and a leader in the youth 4-H, where I was able to get my start in animal care and participate in many community service activities. My pet family includes my cat, rabbit, and a tank full of tropical fish.
I started at the Danvers Animal Hospital, as an intern, in 2014. I am a Certified Vet Tech, and have also earned Bachelor's and Master's degrees in English.
I love spending time at Star Island (the Arts Conference) every June. I also enjoy working out and reading.
I find my position to be both challenging and rewarding.
I have been at part of the Danvers Animal Hospital team for 8 years. I graduated from the University of Maine with a bachelor degree in pre-vet. I started out as a kennel assistant and have gone through on-the-job training to become a veterinary technician. I am passionate about my job and enjoy working with all my team members. Spending time and working with my friends is the best part of my day. I love my career because of my love for animals and I plan on returning to vet school to continue my journey in becoming veterinarian. I live in Boxford MA with my two dogs Maggie and Hannah. I have a passion for sports and love to stay active by playing soccer in my free time. I also enjoy snowboarding, camping, and running.
I graduated from Mount Ida College with my B.S. in Veterinary Technology, but my college career did not start out that way. By taking the risk of changing my major, I knew immediately I had found my passion. I started at Danvers Animal Hospital as an intern and learned quickly that I wanted to be a part of this team following graduation. Outside of work, I enjoy reading, going to Bruins games during hockey season, and spending time with my family including my two hamsters and my rescue, Noah."
I have been apart of the Danvers Animal Hospital family, as a Technician for over 20 years. My favorite part of my job is being able to work with people that are equally passionate about animal welfare as I am. I love working with exotics and working in our Lab; processing blood work and reading the microscope. I also have a strong love for rescuing those animals that may be hard to place or that other rescue organizations will not save. I am also very grateful and proud to be a reoccurring volunteer at Villalobos Rescue Center in New Orleans, famous for the TV show Pit bull and Parolees. I travel there every year to work long days and nights to care for the hundreds of animals at the rescue and give them the love and affection they deserve. My extended family of 7 dogs, 4 lizards, 3 snakes, 2 frogs keeps me busy. I also have a passion for wildlife rehabilitation.
I recently joined the Danvers Animal Hospital in October 2017 and have been very impressed by the care and teamwork that it provides. I recently moved from Chambersburg, PA after pursuing and completing my Bachelors of Science in Veterinary Animal Technology, Bachelors of Arts in Creative Writing, and a Masters of Humanities in English Language and Literature at Wilson College. Currently, my menagerie consists of a Yorkie named Teddy, an orange cat named Scampers, and two chinchillas named Cinder and Xirena. My family has moved up and down the East Coast and finally settled in Beverly, MA. I look forward to exploring Massachusetts in the coming years when I am not at DAH, playing with my chinchillas, reading, or writing.
I graduated pre-vet from The University of New Hampshire and came to the Danvers Animal hospital by way of working for an animal shelter in New Hampshire. While working at the shelter I came to perfect my knowledge and respect for felines and developed my skills for kitty handling. I enjoy being a veterinary technician here at the Danvers Animal Hospital and enjoy the interaction with all the cute pets that this position allows me. I currently live in Saugus, MA with my family, 4 dogs and my cat. I love fashion, going to country music concerts, and game nights with friends. My guilty pleasures include watching TV shows like Game of Thrones and Breaking Bad. I am not only devoted to my work, but I am as devoted to my relationships with my friends, family and boyfriend of nine years, Carmen.
My name is Nick and this is my third year working at Danvers Animal Hospital during summers and school vacations. I grew up in Beverly and I am currently a senior at Boston College pursuing a BS in biology. I plan to attend veterinary school after graduation. I have learned so much from the skilled veterinarians and experienced technicians at DAH. I have especially enjoyed seeing the variety of wildlife that comes to DAH such as owls, turtles, and hawks. I love to travel and was lucky enough to work with lions, elephants, and other wildlife in Zimbabwe last summer. At home, I have a nine year old Labrador mix named Sheldon. In my free time I enjoy hiking, kayaking, and spending time with friends and family.
My name is Sarah and I have been working at Danvers Animal Hospital since June 2017. I am currently enrolled in the Veterinary Technician Program at North Shore Community College. Along with my passion for animals, I find veterinary medicine fascinating and I am amazed by the different types of care all animals receive. My hobbies include hiking, horseback riding, reading, and watching motorsport racing. I look forward to helping our clients and their beloved pets whenever they visit the hospital!
I’m Sabrina and I am currently pursuing my BS in Biology with a Pre-Vet concentration at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. I aspire to become a DVM, something that my skills and experiences as a Veterinary Technician at DAH will help me to achieve someday. I aim to specialize in wildlife conservation/zoological medicine, or Small Animal surgery, in either soft tissue or orthopedics. I have a passion for wildlife, which has been so amazing to pursue here at DAH, as I have been lucky enough to help rehab some of the wildlife that comes through our doors. When I’m not working, I enjoy spending time with my Husky/Shepard mix, Blue, and my tuxedo cat, Nugget, both of whom are rescues. I also love playing volleyball, going on dog hikes, cooking, and watching Netflix.