Client ServiceSue Bonin
Sue has been a receptionist at NMSVC since 1998. She has two grown children and four grandchildren. She has been involved in raising and showing Great Danes, and was an active participant for years in 4H Clubs showing horses and dogs. Sue lives in Braintree and shares her home with two retired Greyhounds, three small dogs, and two crazy parrots.
Client ServiceAdam Bruno
Adam is a new Client Service Representative with the VCA North Main Street team. He has a strong background in customer service, but this is the first time he has worked in veterinary medicine. He is currently taking online classes in veterinary technology so that he can further his career and education. He has a special interest in animal behavior
Adam says the favorite part of his job at VCA North Main Street Vet is getting to know people and their pets. He appreciates working in an environment that fosters his desire to learn, and helps him grow.
Adam shares his home with his wife, 2 sons and one little girl. They have a Great Pyrenees named Bear and an orange tabby named Azlan. When not at work Adam enjoys making costume props, and taking his kids to soccer and karate practice.
Client ServiceCourtney Tormey
Courtney has recently joined the VCA North Main Street team as a Client Service Representative. Our clients will find her at the front desk or answering the phone, and will appreciate her warm and friendly presence!
Courtney graduated from Bridgewater State College in 2007 with her B.S. in Psychology. She grew up in Carver and moved to Middleboro after graduation. Courtney and her husband Chris, her college sweetheart were married in 2008 and welcomed a baby boy Patrick in 2012. Courtney absolutely adores being a mother.
Courtney and her family currently share their home with 4 cats (Bogart, Sewki, Rascal and Ella) and 2 dogs named Rocky and Paco. Courtney loves her job here with the VCA NMSVC team, and says her favorite part of the job is interacting with patients and their owners. She has said that her day is fullfilled when she gets to pet or play with the patients, even if it's just for a moment or two!