Sheri, Head Veterinary Technician, Certified Veterinary Technician (CVT)
Sheri was born and raised in Salem, NH and currently still resides there. She fell in love with cats at a very young age and really enjoyed biology and science classes in school. Sheri found the medical field to be intriguing and thought: why not combine the two passions!?
Sheri decided to seek positions at local animal hospitals and was hired as a receptionist. She enjoyed everything about the veterinary field and decided to go to school for Veterinary Technology, graduating from Mount Ida College with an Associate Degree, and became a Certified Veterinary Technician after taking the Veterinary Technician National Exam. She excelled as a full-time Veterinary Technician and soon was promoted to Lead Vet Tech.
Wanting to further her emergency skills and learn more, Sheri began as a per diem employee at REVH in 2013. After a few years, she realized emergency medicine is where she wanted to be and joined REVH full time in 2016.
Sheri lives with her fiancé, their 2 cats – Flip and Tootsie – and their rabbit named Bun. She enjoys the great outdoors such as camping, sight-seeing, and hiking. When not doing this or working, Sheri loves indulging at restaurants and catching up on sleep!
Renee, Certified Veterinary Technician (CVT)
Renee is a NH native who graduated from UNH in 2009. She began working in the veterinary field in 2010 and received her CVT in 2013. She has spent time in general practice and internal medicine but found that she most enjoys critical care nursing and emergency medicine. She has been with the REVH team since 2014 after starting as a relief technician. Not only does she work here at REVH but she teaches dance and aerial as well and takes classes when she can.
She lives with her husband, two daughters, cats and leopard gecko and can often be found jogging on the rail trail with her kids in the stroller!
Lynsey, Certified Veterinary Technician (CVT)
Lynsey joined REVH in November of 2016. Her career in veterinary medicine began in 2008 while working for a referral hospital on the Seacoast. During that time she also received her Associates Degree in Veterinary Technology from Great Bay Community College and passed the Veterinary Technician National Exam in 2010. After several years in emergency and critical care Lynsey spent 3 years working for the local SPCA before finding herself back in emergency and critical care here at REVH.
Lynsey lives with her husband Luke and their many pets, a dog Bauer, two cats Ashton Alexander and Cole Trickle, two guinea pigs Francine and Gertrude and a Russian Tortoise named Tortellini! In her spare time Lynsey enjoys playing field hockey, kayaking, volunteering at a local feline shelter and raising bottle-fed and sickly kittens.
Amy, Veterinary Technician
Amy has been in the veterinary field since she was 19, starting out as a kennel tech while she studied to be a Veterinary Technician at North Shore Community College. She has been with REVH since 2009, leaving for a brief time to get more of a feel for general practice but her heart was always in emergency medicine.
Amy is a member of the Animal Rescue Network of New England and runs a pet sitting business.
Amy shares her home with her husband, 3 children and grandson as well as several dogs, cats, horses and chickens. They enjoy hiking with the dogs and riding the local trails with the horses.
In her spare time, she enjoys working on cars with her husband and even displaying their work on her Mustang convertible at charity car shows.
Melanie, Veterinary Technician
Melanie was born and raised in Nashua, NH. She graduated with honors in 2012 from UNH with a Bachelors of Science in Pre-Veterinary Medicine. After graduating from college, Melanie started working at an emergency veterinary clinic and discovered her passion for critical care/emergency medicine.
Melanie owns and has a deep love for Standard Poodles. When not spending time with her pup, she loves to read and get her groove on with some Zumba.
Mackenzie, Certified Veterinary Technician (CVT)
Mackenzie began her career working with animals at a dog training and kennel facility where she realized her love for rehabilitation and care of animals!
After working this job through high school, she attended the University of New Hampshire where she graduated with an Associates in Veterinary Technology and soon after passed the VTNE exam to become a Certified Veterinary Technician.
Mackenzie’s love of learning continues. She recently graduated Summa Cum Laude from Southern New Hampshire University with a degree in Enviromental Science and she is now currently enrolled in their Master of Business Administration program.
Mackenzie spent a little over a year in general practice medicine before deciding to continue her passion in emergency!
In her spare time, Mackenzie loves animals, hiking, painting, learning and the outdoors.
Sam, Certified Veterinary Technician (CVT)
Sam graduated from Vermont Technical College in 2015 with an Associate’s degree in Veterinary Technology and passed her VTNE (Veterinary Technician National Exam) that same year.
Sam discovered a passion for emergency medicine and surgery and has been working in the field since graduating from college.
She is an avid hiker and can often be found backpacking, trail running, or exploring a new mountain in her free time.
Ashley, Veterinary Technician
Ashley has had a passion for animals since she was a child. She started working with animals at the age of 19 at a dog daycare facility and worked her way into animal medical care. Ashley has been a Veterinary Technician for about 9 years with experience in general practice, mobile vetting and emergency. In her spare time she enjoys kayaking, hiking, and spending time with family and friends.
Tamara, Veterinary Technician
Nikki, Certified Veterinary Technician (CVT)
Kerri, MS, CVT, LVT
Kerri is a Credentialed Veterinary Technician who has been working in the field since 2008. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Biology and Psychology and furthered her education by receiving a master’s degree in Biology. She holds a great interest in microbiology and parasitology. Kerri recently made the switch to emergency medicine and is excited to expand her knowledge base. She is particularly interested in avian and exotic veterinary medicine.
When not at work or looking through the microscope, Kerri can be found at the local sushi or coffee shop. She enjoys traveling, with hopes of visiting the Galapagos Islands one day. She shares her home with a dog, a bird, two frogs, and a tortoise.