Client Service ManagerDarlene Breau
School: University of CT
Darlene has been with a veterinary practice since 1993. Married to Rich they have 2 sons, Brian and Todd and 1 granddaughter Laura. Darlene has a horse, Annie, 2 dogs, Sawyer a Rottweiler, and Bruiser a Mixed Breed, 1 cat Gizmo, a parrot named Cindy and Smudge the Bunnie.
Client Service ManagerWendie St. Germain
Wendie has been with Southwick Animal Hospital for 5 years. She has an Associates Degree in Aminal Science from Becker College in Mass and has been in the Veterinarian profession for over 20 years. Though her time spent at Southwick Animal Hosptial lies in Client Services, her background was spent in quite a different world. That world consisted of a humane society, wildlife and raptor rehab, and an exotic practice that dwells in - to only name a few- very large parrots, even the sneaky little ones, pocket pets (not all would fit in a pocket!), lizards of all shapes and sizes, and all species of zoo life - lions, tigers, and bears - Oh My! and lets not forget those primate dentals! Wendie, Jeff, and their beautiful daughter Taylor share their home with "Libi", the spoiled Siamese mix and 2 birds "Tweety" & "Leo".
Client ServiceAmanda Bevens
Amanda has grown up with animals all her life. When she was growing up her family had pet deer, goats, duck, chickens, dogs and cats. Amanda currently has an Akita and two cats. She has worked at Southwick Animal Hosptial since February of 2010. In her spare time she likes to take Kody her Akita on road trips to visit her family in New York.
Client ServiceKate G
Client ServiceChiara Leporati
Client ServiceLinnea Morrow
Linnea joined Southwick Animal Hospital in December of 2009 after working 25 plus year as an Operations Manager in the Financial Industry. Married to Larry for 39 years, two children and 3 wonderful granddaughters! To round out the family they have a Greyhound, Emily who they rescued and Duncan a very lively Jack Russell Terrier.
Store ClerkAgnes The Cat
Agnes has resided at Southwick Animal Hosptial for the past 7 years. She is a member of AHMA (Animal Hospital Mascots of America). Her duties include: looking pretty, lap warmer and using your sneakers as a scratch post.