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(603) 569-3777
fax (603) 569-3360

Our Location and Hours

667 North Main Street
(NH Route 109)
Wolfeboro, NH  03894
Monday:
8am - 6pm
 
Tuesday:
8am - 6pm
 
Wednesday:
8am - 6pm
 
Thursday:
8am - 6pm
 
Friday:
8am - 6pm
 
Saturday:
Closed
 
Sunday:
Closed
 

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Dr. Sandra M. Wing, D.V.M. and Trekker

Veterinarian-Owner

Dr. Sandra M. Wing, D.V.M. at Winter Harbor Veterinary Hospital with TrekkerDr. Sandra Wing was born and raised in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, a small suburb north of NYC. She attended the Colorado University in Boulder, Colorado where she fulfilled pre-veterinary requirements and received a Bachelor Science degree in Recreation. After a 2 year hiatus living in Vail, Colorado, she attended Colorado State University in Ft. Collins, Colorado where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Veterinary Science and a Doctorate degree in Veterinary Medicine in 1982.

After receiving her DVM degree, she practiced small animal medicine in Durham and Chichester, New Hampshire, and the River Cove Animal Hospital in Williston, Vermont. In 1986, Dr. Wing established the Winter Harbor Veterinary Hospital in Wolfeboro, a town and community that she is proud to call her permanent home.

Dr. Wing is licensed to practice veterinary medicine in New Hampshire and Maine. She is also a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the New Hampshire Medical Veterinary Association. She is dedicated to the care of companion animals (and their owners!) and appreciates the rewards that this can bring all involved.

When not hard at work as a veterinarian, Dr. Wing can usually be found outdoors hiking with her Golden Retriever, Trekker, or bicycling. On snowy, wintry days, you may catch her out plowing the parking lot in her red and white Jeep Wrangler. Her other interests include sailing, waterskiing, traveling, long distance bicycle touring, skate skiing, and photography.

Dr. Rachel Keyser, D.V.M. and Raina

Veterinarian

Dr. Rachel Keyser, D.V.M. at Winter Harbor Veterinary Hospital with IlseDr. Rachel Keyser hails from Bourne, Massachusetts on Cape Cod.  She received her undergraduate degree from Bowdoin College in Maine and graduated with honors from Tufts School of Veterinary Medicine in 1997.  She is currently licensed to practice in New Hampshire, Maine, and Massachusetts, and is also a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the New Hampshire Veterinary Medical Association.

After graduation from veterinary school, Dr. Keyser started as a mixed animal practitioner, treating everything from dogs to horses and cows.  She now concentrates on treating primarily dogs and cats, with a few "pocket pets" thrown in.  She also continues to do some equine work in her spare time.

When she's not working, Dr. Keyser fills her time with activities with her two young daughters, Grace and Hope, and her German Shepherd, Raina. They currently reside in Moultonboro.  Rachel is an avid runner, but also finds time to squeeze in a Spin or Kick-boxing class.  Her hobbies include gardening, scrapbooking, cooking, and spending time with her girls at the beach – lake or ocean.

Mary Ellen Smallidge, Technician and Brooke

Technician

Mary Ellen Smallidge, VeterinarianTechnician at Winter Harbor Veterinary Hospital with BrookeMary Ellen grew up in New Jersey. She started her career in the animal field as a groomer at the age of 15. She attended college in Massachusetts, graduating with an associate degree in Animal Science in 1985. Following this accomplishment, she worked at a humane society for 2 years grooming animals for adoption. In 1987, she moved to Wolfeboro and joined the Winter Harbor Veterinary Hospital when it was still in its infancy and has been with us ever since. Mary Ellen has become an experienced veterinary technician and an intricate part of the day to day operations of the hospital. She does all of the purchasing for the clinic but most of all, enjoys making a difference in the lives of owners and their pets by being there for them when they need it the most. After almost 30 years, she still loves her job. If you need a shoulder to lean on, you can always count on Mary Ellen.

Mary Ellen lives in Wolfeboro with her husband, Scott, her son, Austin, and Brooke, a black Lab. She also has a grown stepson, Wes, who lives nearby. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking with her co-workers and their dogs. She is also an avid gardener and has a passion for scrapbooking (and shopping “till she drops”….!!!)

Becky White, Technician and Hank

Technician

Becky White, Veterinarian Technician at Winter Harbor Veterinary Hospital with HankBecky joined the staff at the Winter Harbor Veterinary Hospital in 1997, after graduating from Kingswood Regional High School.  Since that time, she has become skilled as a veterinary technician and is a very familiar face to all our clients.  She especially likes to assist in surgery and anesthesia.

After working here for so many years, she has had many animals come in and out of her personal life, often as rescues and adoptions.  Becky's "zoo" has consisted of 7 cats, 3 dogs, a tortoise, ducks, chickens, geese, rabbits, a hamster, guinea pigs, a ferret, donkeys and goats.

Currently, Becky lives with Haley, her 15 year old "human" daughter and Wyatt, her 11 year old "human" son.  When not at work, Becky enjoys hiking the "4000s," scrapbooking, exercising, running, and spending time with her children.

 

Trek (the "Trekster")

Official Mascot

Trek, Official Mascot of Winter Harbor Veterinary Hospital in Wolfeboro, NHTrek emerged on the Winter Harbor Veterinary scene in September 2010. He came from a litter of 14 Golden Retrievers of which only 2 survived. Ever since then, he has demonstrated his will to live by enjoying life to its fullest every day. As the staff says, “he is wired for sound!!”. He is now a fixture at the hospital and our official greeter.

Trek’s hobbies include chewing on toilet paper, collecting his master’s shoes and hoarding them in his bed, digging holes, collecting wood from the forest to add to his stick collection, and chasing his tail. He is passionate about hiking, running , swimming and diving. In fact, he has quite a fan club that admires his “leap of faith” off the dock.

When not at play, Trek is hard at work just being himself as the Clinic mascot. He is extremely entertaining and keeps both the staff and our clients amused and in good humor. He can be seen “testing his boundaries” regularly, “crossing the line” behind the front desk to “meet and greet” everyone.