Dr. Dianne Carey:
Dr. Dianne Carey, a native of New Hampshire, returned to her local roots after graduating from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1995. Dr. Carey brings twenty years of veterinary experience to her clinical practice. Dr. Carey's professional areas of interest include, but are not limited to, small animal behavioral issues, dental therapy, feline medicine, geriatric medicine and canine reproduction. As Dr. Carey's own personal furry family members became seniors, she developed a special place in her heart for geriatric medicine and the special needs of senior pets. She also enjoys the unique care of feline patients and strives to provide stress-free examinations. Lastly, Dr. Carey hopes to broaden her horizons with house-call practice and expanding her knowledge in acupuncture.
When not attending to her patients at the hospital, Dr. Carey enjoys time with her husband and two teenage sons, as well as her furry family of three cats and one dog. Dr. Carey enjoys volunteering with the Londonderry Lancer Marching Band and her boys' Boy Scout Troop. She also enjoys local school visits to share the adventures in veterinary medicine with elementary through high school students.