Meet the Greater Portland, Maine, veterinarians who know how to win the hearts of pets - and pet people.
When you make an appointment with Falmouth Veterinary Hospital, you'll discover that our highly experienced team has a special knack for providing compassionate, quality medicine and complete explanations... so you know what your pet needs, why, and how we'll deliver it. But don't just take our word for it! See what Southern Maine pet owners have to say about us.
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Dr.Kate AllenRead More
Dr. Kate Allen wasn’t born in Maine, but she ‘got here as fast as she could. After falling in love with the Casco Bay region, she and her family (a husband, two cats, and a dog) moved up from Connecticut in 2018. Finding Falmouth Vet Hospital was definitely the cherry on top.
Dr.Douglas AndrewsRead More
Dr. Douglas Andrews values the relationships he has established over the past 40 years, working with clients and their pets, and now seeing children of clients at this phase of his veterinary career. He still enjoys working a varied and often unpredictable day, one that is never the same, not knowing how each day will begin or end. He also loves working with great people and staff, all diligently determined to make everyone's experience at Falmouth Veterinary Hospital a positive one for themselves, the clients and their pets.
Dr.Brian GravesRead More
Dr. Brian Graves enjoys sharing his knowledge and helping to educate owners so they can better understand and care for their pets. He is particularly passionate about emphasizing wellness and prevention to keep their pets safe. Other interests include ultrasound and dentistry.
Dr.Cady LyonsRead More
Dr. Cady Lyons has always been excited about teaching people about pet care and having them be the best pet owners they can be. She also loves surgery, in its broadest capacity, especially when solving pesky problems like foreign body obstructions!
Dr.Laurence O'HaraRead More
Dr. Laurence O'Hara has a particular interest in surgery, but loves all aspects of general small animal practice.
Dr.Hillary ParlinRead More
Dr. Hillary Parlin worked as a veterinary technician for about four years and gained valuable insights into both large and small animal medicine prior to becoming a veterinarian. She spent a couple years at a Portland small animal practice and later moved onto the large animal team at Tufts School of Veterinary Medicine. She then stayed at Tufts to pursue her doctorate in veterinary medicine.
Dr.Oonagh WackRead More
Dr. Oonagh Wack enjoys surgery, ophthalmology cases, pocket pets, and the ability to have long term collaborative relationships with clients and their pets to make the lives of pets’ and their people better.
Dr.Kerri WhittemoreRead More
Dr. Kerri Whittemore is originally from Saint Cloud, Minnesota, and fell in love with Maine when she came to pursue her undergraduate degree in Biology at Saint Joseph's College. After earning her degree in 2004, she embarked on an adventure over the pond to the University of Glasgow Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, where she completed her Bachelor's of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery in 2009. Coming back to Maine was always her goal and in 2011, she ventured back to practice in Boothbay for about 6 years. Missing the city life, she relocated to Cumberland Foreside and joined the Falmouth Veterinary Hospital team in May 2017.
Dr.Tom AhlersRelief Shift DVMs:Read More
Dr. Tom Ahlers' favorite veterinary challenges are complicated medical cases and any case that involves surgery or dentistry. He has also developed a true appreciation for what we call the 'human-animal bond', and he still gets a kick out of the crazy stories that clients will share about what their pets do at home.