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Our team of veterinary professionals is dedicated to delivering the best customer service and compassionate care to you and your pets.

Katey has literally been a part of Wilton Animal Hospital her entire life. As a young child, Katey would often come to work wither her dad, Dr. Maki. In 2000, the arrangement was formalized and Katey is now one of our most accomplished technicians and in 2015 became hospital manager.

Animals have been a big part of Jennifer's life from the very beginning. She started working in a veterinary hospital at the age of 13 helping out in the kennel area. After high school, Jennifer was trained to as a Lead Technician at a large animal hospital in Massachusetts. She now brings over 27 years of experience as our Lead Veterinary Technician.

Marissa joined our team at the hospital as part of her high school job-shadowing program five years ago, and was then hired as an after-school employee. She is currently attending vet school in Tennessee, so that she can puruse a career in veterinary medicine.

Agatha graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science and a minor in Zoology. During her time at UNH, she worked at the UNH Dairy Farm and at several research laboratories.

Melissa is a Certified Veterinary Technician in the state of New Hampshire. She has over 20 years of experience working in the veterinary field and has been a part of our team since 2009.

Melissa and her family share their home with a dog and a cat. Melissa loves the outdoors where she and her family spend as much time as possible. Hiking and skiing are two family favorite activities. She also enjoys training her dog in obedience and agility. Melissa spent many years in competitive agility with her prior dogs obtaining several titles with Canine Performance Events.

Victoria has always had a passion for animals and medicine. At the age of three she began riding horses which quickly became her favorite hobby. Growing up Victoria could either be found at the barn or outside playing in the woods. She has always known that her calling in life was working with animals. She was a kennel hand while in high school at her local veterinary hospital.