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Our Animal Care Specialists

 

 

 

 

 

 

Judi Wanamaker, Lead Boarding Animal Care Specialist

judi-wanamaker-dogJudi resides in Billerica with her husband, two girls Melissa and Kelly, and two grandsons Nathan and JJ. She shares her home with her German shepherd dog Otto, and in her spare time she likes to trail ride with Otto and her horse, Star.

Caitlin Callahan, Lead Camp Animal Care Specialist

Caitlin, Lead Animal Care SpecialistCait is the Lead Animal Care Specialist at our Camp Countryside Doggie Daycare facility. She has lived in Tewksbury her whole life with her family and two cats named Max and Luna. She graduated from Essex Agricultural and Technical High School and has an Associate’s Degree in Animal Care as well as a Certificate in All Breed Dog & Cat Grooming. She has worked with animals all her life and can't imagine doing anything else. Cait has been with us since January of 2015.

Kayla Landry, Animal Care Specialist

Animal Care Specialist Kayla Landry with Cat Kayla hails from Lowell and is currently working on a degree in Public Health. She has a kitty, Hannah Banana, and has been working at Countryside Veterinary Hospital since she was 14, when her aunt, Mary Thresher, offered the opportunity to her, and since then she has become an important part of the Countryside family. We are blessed to have her on the team while she finishes her studies, knowing it is only a matter of time before she leaves us to start a career.

Rebecca Fokos, Animal Care Specialist

rebecca-fokos-dogBecca grew up in Chelmsford and graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a degree in animal science. She has been working here at Countryside Veterinary Hospital since the beginning of October 2016, and hopes to become a veterinary technician one day.

Kelsi Moore, Animal Care Specialist

kelsi moore with dogsKelsi lives in Lowell with her fiancé Mark and two dogs, Daisy and Kovu. She also works as a hairdresser in Lowell. On her days off, Kelsi loves snuggling up on the couch with her family.

Katie Martin, Animal Care Specialist

katie-martin-dogKatie grew up in North Chelmsford but now resides in Ayer. She has a miniature Doberman named Bella. Her favorite sports team is the Boston Bruins. She's looking forward to college for Animal Science. Katie has been working at Countryside Veterinary Hospital since September 2016.

 Sergei Leary, Animal Care Specialist

acs-sergei-leary-dogsSergei was born in Russia and moved to Chelmsford when he was seven, where he still lives today. He graduated from Chelmsford High School and spent two years doing plumbing work before he decided he’d prefer to work with animals. He’s been at Countryside Veterinary Hospital since the beginning of January 2017 and loves it. Sergei’s goal is to become a veterinary technician. He is pictured here with Manny, the Golden Retriever he grew up with, and Lina, the Golden Doodle he currently lives with. The only thing Sergei enjoys as much as working with animals is making people laugh.

 Sarah Fleischmann, Animal Care Specialist

acs-sarah-fleischmann-rabbitSarah is originally from the West Coast. She is currently living with her family in Westford, MA which includes her rabbit, Freya, and her two dogs, Daisy and Katie. Sarah graduated from the University of New England with degrees in Environmental Science and Animal Behavior. She always knew she would one day have to work with animals. In high school, Sarah helped care for rodents, reptiles, and even birds of prey. In college, she started diving into research and conservation. She worked with gray squirrels, many types of songbirds in both Maine and Vermont, and even wolves at a non-profit organization. In her free time she enjoys writing, reading and playing tabletop games.
 

Photos taken by Blue Amrich Studio and Aimee Powers.