Dr. Pam Wilmot received her undergraduate degree from the University of Arizona-Tucson in 1996, and worked as a wild bird rehabilitator prior to pursuing her DVM from Kansas State University, which she earned in 2002. She spent 2 years working at a private practice emergency clinic before moving to the Boston area. Dr. Wilmot has been working in the Methuen Medical Suite at the MSPCA at Nevins Farm since 2007. She is interested in infectious disease, surgery, and improving the quality of life for shelter animals. Two animal companions share Dr. Wilmot's home with her: a beautiful border collie dog named Maggie, and a fourteen-year-old cat, Adelaide, who was adopted from the MSPCA in 2009. Dr. Wilmot also works for Greyhound Friends in Hopkinton.
Dr. Rachel Klopfer officially joined the staff at the MSPCA at Nevins Farm in January 2007. A native of Ithaca NY, she began her veterinary career as an undergraduate at Cornell University. After completing her training at the University of Wisconsin at Madison Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital in 1997, she continued on to do a rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at a large emergency and referral hospital in Western Massachusetts. During the next 10 years, while in private practice, Dr Klopfer was active in many shelters and with many spay/ neuter programs. Currently Dr. Klopfer works part-time at the MSPCA and part-time at a small private practice. She spends her free time at her home in Winchester MA with her husband of 16 years, her 6 year old son, her 3 year old daughter, and her furry entourage hiking, running, cycling, exploring, and arranging play dates.
Dr. Elisabeth Lynch is a 1996 graduate of Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine in North Grafton, Massachusetts. She has had nearly 15 years of clinical medical and surgical experience caring for companion animals, including dogs, cats, pocket pets, birds, and rabbits. Dr. Lynch currently works on the North Shore of Massachusetts. She has been one of the staff veterinarians for the Methuen Medical Suite at the MSPCA at Nevins Farm in Methuen since 2007. Dr Lynch loves being part of the team at Nevins Farm. When she is not at the shelter, she divides her professional time between several private veterinary practices. She and her husband live on the North Shore with their 2 dogs (both from the MSPCA) and 2 cats (both rescues). Her greatest challenge is to not bring home any more animals (for now...).
Sarah Andrukaitis is a full time Veterinary Technician at the MSPCA at Nevins Farm. A 2009 graduate of Salem State College, Sarah earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology, with minors in Chemistry and Psychology. She started volunteering at the MSPCA at Nevins Farm in 2008, and was hired as an Animal Care and Adoption Counselor shortly thereafter. Sarah transitioned to her current position in the Methuen Medical Suite in 2009. Two cats- Philip, who was originally surrendered as a stray, and Sheena, a semi feral cat- are Sarah's feline companions.
Sue Busch is a part time Veterinary Technician at the MSPCA at Nevins Farm. Sue graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from Bradford College in 1993. After several years working as a vet tech at the Animal Rescue League in Boston, the Alliance for Animals in Arlington, and Millbrook Animal Hospital in Arlington, she earned her Certified Veterinary Technician (CVT) credential. Starting at Nevins Farm in 2005 as a volunteer and foster mom, Sue has been a part of the Methuen Medical Suite team since 2009. Sue and her husband, along with their three daughters, have rescued four cats (Okie, Seamus, Smoky, and Buddy) and a border collie/Australian shepherd mix dog named Molly.