Meet Our Team in Greenland

At our animal hospital, our Greenland team is committed to assisting our veterinarians as they help pets down the road to wellness. They’re also dedicated to providing clients with exceptional customer service. If you have any questions about our team or need to book an appointment, call us at 603-433-5665.


Practice Manager

Corin started working as a veterinary technician in 2005, she graduated with her veterinary technology degree and became certified in 2007. Her experience includes leadership and training roles as a lead veterinary technician and supervisor as well as office management. While working as a technician, she obtained degrees in business administration and graphic design. Prior to joining Greenland Veterinary Hospital as their Practice Manager, she worked as the administrative assistant for our hospital. Corin enjoys spending time with her cairn terrier, Nettle, who is her constant shadow. When not at work, you can find Corin working on various computer/design projects or at the gym working to improve her heath.


Director of Practice Operations

Sara has been working as a veterinary technician since 2001 and joined our team in 2010. She has a strong interest in radiology and phlebotomy and loves to work with exotics. Her hobbies include art, outdoor activities, and horse training and riding. She has a variety of pets at home, including a dog, three cats, two horses, and one leopard gecko.


Veterinary Technician Supervisor

From the time Meredith was a little girl she always knew her calling was helping animals. She was the kid that brought home strays and tried to nurse injured birds, chipmunks and snakes back to health in a shoebox in her back yard. Her cat was her constant companion. Her first cat she found hiding under her kindergarten building scared of the boys in the school yard. She gained her trust and brought her home with her that day. Since then, Meredith has always championed the underdog or misfit. Taking in orphaned kittens and bottle raising them or working with the scared stray dog to build trust and friendship. She has spent 20+ years as a Veterinary technician sharing her passion for the care and wellbeing of our companion animals. She joined the team here at Canobie Lake Vet in May 2020. In her free time, she is drawn to the outdoors and the creatures that live there. Spending her time walking in the woods, tending to her garden or enjoying the ocean. Don’t be surprised if you catch her talking to the rabbit or spider passing by her as she works in her garden.


Lead Veterinary Technician

Katie is one of our Veterinary Technicians that comes to us with over 15 years of experience working with animals.  She has had a passion for animals since she was a young child.  Katie has such a passion and understanding of animals, she often feels that she understands animals more than humans.  Katie has worked with animals since she was a teenager.  She has worked in a horse barn, a doggy daycare, and eventually earned her veterinary technician title.  Katie shares her home with her cats Johnny Cash, Mary Jane, and Sir Didymus.   She also has a husky named Nessa.  In Katie’s free time, she enjoys hiking with Nessa, caring for horses, making jewelry, and reading.


Lead Client Care Representative/Room Technician

Gabby has always had a passion for working with animals, both large and small. She started her career in the equine field, where she managed a horse farm and rode in Eventing competitions up and down the East Coast. She then had the opportunity to work at a guide dog facility in Florida, where she truly saw the amazing bond and relationship between dog and human. Gabby went on to work and manage a holistic pet food store, where she enjoyed getting to know each customer and pet that came in. She shares her home with her husband and their sweet German Shepherd, Sansa. In her spare time, she enjoys horseback riding, gardening, and hiking with Sansa and her husband.


Certified Veterinary Technician

Tonya is a Certified Veterinary Technician and graduate of Great Bay Community College who joined the team following her summer internship. She has always loved animals, especially exotic animals such as birds and reptiles. Tonya always knew that she wanted to work with animals. At home, she has a Siberian Husky named Keira, a Pacific Parrotlet named Inky, and a Ball Python named Spudd. When she is not at the clinic or studying for classes, you can find her hanging out with her pets at home, playing games with friends, surfing the web, or doodling in her sketchbook.


Veterinary Technician

Clare is one of our Veterinary Technicians, and a recent graduate of the Veterinary Technician program with Great Bay Community College. Clare is originally from Rhode Island but after receiving an Undergraduate Degree in Psychology from the University of New Hampshire, she decided to stay in the area. Her love for animals has been with her since childhood and continues grow professionally. Rabbits are her favorite type of exotic animal. Clare believes that it is a true blessing that her passion can also be a career. Other hobbies include weight training, hanging out with friends, and watching movies. She currently lives with her orange tabby cat named Cheeto and her Netherland- New Zealand Dwarf mix bunny named Kiwi.


Veterinary Technician

Katherine is one of our Veterinary Technicians. She grew up in Virginia, raising goats, chickens, and ducks. She graduated from the University of Miami with a master’s degree in marine science and conservation. She worked with a wide variety of exotic animals at a zoo, with a special love for raising baby lemurs and caring for a cockatoo named Bonnie. She then worked for the Frost Science Museum as a raptor rehabilitator, aviculturist, and educator, caring for many species of birds, from eagles and owls to spoonbills. Katherine has been with GVH for over four years and loves the seacoast community. When she’s not working, she enjoys taking her black Lab, Bella, for walks on the beach and creating unique crafts with her seaside finds!


Veterinary Assistant

Sky has been with us for the past two years as one of our Veterinary Assistants. She graduated from the University of Vermont with a bachelor’s degree in Animal Science and is on her way to Scotland to begin her journey in veterinary school. Sky grew up riding horses but has spent much of her downtime fawning over everything from dogs to reptiles and especially aquatic fish, trying to learn all she can about them. In her free time, Sky can be found hiking, reading, and listening to or playing music. She is a traveler at heart who loves to explore the world.


Veterinary Assistant

Sonja has had a passion for animals since she was a young girl. It began with collecting national geographic pamphlets to read. She started helping every frog, insect, bird or pet she came across. After working at doggy-daycares and learning animal training, she knew she wanted to work further with animal. Sonja began going back to school for a bachelors in Animal Health & Behavior in October of 2022, and has since expanded her goals to working with exotic rehabilitation and conservation. Sonja aspires to apply her passion and knowledge towards treating animals both domestic and wild and someday own her own rescue facility.


Veterinary Assistant

Gemma graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 2024 with a bachelor’s degree in biomedical sciences. She discovered her love for animals early on, growing up with a small zoo in her room consisting of guinea pigs, hamsters, gerbils, fish, a Netherland Dwarf Rabbit, and an African Pygmy Hedgehog. She began her journey by volunteering at the SPCA at age 13. During college, she immersed herself in veterinary medicine by interning at Broadview Animal Hospital and the South Florida Center for Wildlife. Her commitment extended globally as she volunteered at the Rainforest Awareness Rescue and Education Center in Peru, gaining valuable insights into wildlife conservation. Gemma conducted research at the UNH dairy barn, focusing on animal nutrition and health. Outside of work, Gemma enjoys hiking, kayaking, pottery, and travel. With a wealth of hands-on experience and a strong academic background, she is eagerly preparing to apply for veterinary school in the fall of 2025. Driven by her aspiration to make a significant impact in conservation medicine, she hopes to work in animal rehabilitation in the future.