The Animal Hospital of Barrington

428 Calef Highway
Barrington, NH 03825



Sarah, CVT
Lead Veterinary Nurse

Sarah has been at The Animal Hospital of Barrington since we opened in June of 2003. She graduated with an associates degree in Veterinary Technology from Vermont Technical College in 1996 and has been involved in veterinary medicine ever since. She lives in Loudon with her husband Aaron, son and daughter. She also has a menagerie of pets which include goats, a horse, 4 dogs and Chubby the cat. In her spare time Sarah is the leader of the 4-H Dog and 4-H Goat club for Merrimack County, which teaches children all aspects of owning, showing and caring for dogs and goats. At work, she takes a special interest in canine behavior, geriatric care and client education. She is a member of the NAVTA, NHVTA and the SVBT




Amanda, CVT
Veterinary Nurse

Amanda has been with us since May of 2009. She prides herself on knowledgeable and friendly service. She earned her associates degree in Veterinary Science from the Great Bay Community College in Stratham in 2009, and interned at two local animal hospitals while in school. Amanda, her husband,and daughter, live locally and are NH natives. They look forward to having a dog of their own in the near future, and also would like to become puppy raisers for CCI. She loves going to the beach, spending quality time with friends and family. At work, her special interests are surgery, laboratory procedures and radiology. As a licensed veterinary technician she is a member of the NHVTA. 




Heather, CVT
Veterinary Nurse

Heather joined our staff in May of 2012 as a student intern from Great Bay Community College where she is pursuing her degree in Veterinary Science. Heather achieved her full national licensing in 2013 and now joins our ranks as a fully certified technician A resident of New Hampshire all of her life; Heather lives in Wolfeboro with her husband Tom and dogs named Benton (a loveable, high energy German Short Haired Pointer) and Gertie (kinda like an Ewok). Heather's passion for working with animals began in 2010 when she volunteered at a local humane society. Heather enjoys kayaking, hiking, and day tripping thoughout the New England countryside.

Catherine, CVT
Veterinary Nurse

Catherine joined our practice in 2012. She has been in the veterinary profession since 2004. Catherine earned her associates degree in Veterinary Technology from the New Hampshire Community Technical College in 2007. She has many years of experience as a veterinary technician and in 2013 completed full national licensure and joins the ranks of fully certified veterinary technician. Catherine enjoys skiing, hiking, fishing, spending time with family, friends and her husband Ryan. Catherine is a welcomed hard working and upbeat addition to our staff.


Veterinary Receptionist

Kristin joined our team in 2013 but has been in the veterinary industry for many years. She truly enjoys interacting with our clients and patients in the reception area and prides herself on providing exemplary client service. Kristin and her husband Chris reside in Milton and both grew up in the area. They enjoy spending time outdoors, whether it is riding their Harley Davidson motorcycle or camping and spending time by the pool with family and friends. Kristin also loves traveling!! She has two children and four dogs: a Yorkie named Louie and three Maltese/Yorkie mixes named Lee-Lee, Bentley and Ava. At work, her special interests include client satisfaction and hospitality.

Veterinary Receptionist

Sarah has worked in the veterinary field for 8 years and has been working directly with animals in other venues for over 12 years. As a Veterinary Receptionist she loves greeting and interacting with our clients and patients. Her experience makes it easier for our clients to schedule appointments and helps her triage cases that may need more immediate attention. In her spare time she owns her own dog training business focusing on basic manners and obedience. Sarah loves to compete in obedience trials with her two Australian Shepherds Chara and Acadia. If you can't find her at a dog show she is probably spending time with her fiance Dan, outdoors hiking,kayaking or snowshoeing.


Lisa, CVT
Veterinary Nurse

Lisa started her career in the veterinary medicine in Norfolk, Virginia at the SPCA 24 years ago. She has worked in many states including Montana, Arizona, Illinois and now here in New Hampshire. She became a certified veterinary technician in 2003. Her special interest includes dentistry and caring for our geriatric feline patients. Lisa and her partner Tina enjoy spending time with their menagerie of pets that range from dogs, cats, and reptiles.