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. She has been fortunate to work in several multi-doctoral practices, with significant and diverse case-loads, and this has allowed her to develop seasoned critical thinking and surgical skills. When the opportunity to open a practice in partnership with Dr. Cornell in the Seacoast area, returning her to a favorite area of New Hampshire developed in her undergraduate years at the University of New Hampshire, Dr. Carey was delighted to embark on the next chapter and a new endeavor in her veterinary career.
Dr. Carey has always been deeply committed to animal care and well-being and has dedicated her life to improving their lives through quality veterinary care. She enjoys many aspects of veterinary medicine including dentistry, surgery, behavioral medicine, internal medicine, preventive care, pain management, and client education. 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. Through exemplary client communication, Dr. Carey's passion to honor the human-animal bond and partner with her patient's families to provide the best care possible and the best quality of life for her patients and the families that love them.
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 two cats, Bubbles and Marley, and one dog, Eddie. Dr. Carey's children have graduated high school and are serving their country in the U.S. Army. She enjoys spending time with her husband hiking and camping, cooking, gardening and working on creative projects. She also enjoys local school visits to share the adventures in veterinary medicine with elementary and high school age students.