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Wiscasset Veterinary Hospital Wiscasset Veterinary Hospital

(207) 687-8174

161 Gardiner Rd., Wiscasset, Maine 04578

info@wiscassetvet.com

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Meet Our Staff

Dr. Holly Noble
Owner and Veterinarian

Holly Noble

Dr. Noble was raised in Connecticut but fell in love with Midcoast Maine while earning her B.A. in Biology from Bowdoin College and competing on the Bowdoin Sailing Team on Quahog Bay. After Bowdoin Dr. Noble went on to receive an M.A. in Science Education from St. Joseph College in Connecticut and then her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine in Massachusetts. 

Dr. Noble became a commissioned officer in the Army in 2014 and has served on Active Duty as an Army Veterinarian as a Captain in the Army Veterinary Corps for the past several years. Most recently Dr. Noble was the Officer in Charge of veterinary care at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point in North Carolina. She provided round the clock care to all of the Air Station’s Military Working Dogs, and served as veterinarian to the family pets of the Air Station community. Dr. Noble is proud to have served our country and is now thrilled to return to Midcoast Maine to start her own practice in Wiscasset. 

While she enjoys all areas of general practice, her professional interests include internal medicine, soft-tissue surgery, and dentistry, and she is a member of MVMA, AVMA, and AAHA. Dr. Noble resides in Wiscasset and when not at work she can most likely be found aboard her kayak in the Maine waters, hiking in the mountains with her dog Mae, out in her garden, or reading a good book with a steaming cup of tea and her cat Petey by her side.

Lucy Cressey
Licensed Veterinary Technician

Lucy Cressey

With over 25 years experience in the field of veterinary medicine, Lucy is a seasoned and caring Licensed Veterinary Technician.  She is a graduate of Newbury College and has spent the better part of the past three decades caring for pet patients in the veterinary medical care setting. 

A great passion for Lucy is her family.  She is happily married, a loving mom, and a grandmother.  She also volunteers at the Boothbay Community Center teaching genealogy. Mainer at heart, yet grew up in Rhode Island, Lucy enjoys working with the Midcoast community and is so happy to join this team.

 

Tori MacDougall
Licensed Veterinary Technician

Tori MacDougall

Tori has five years experience as a Licensed Veterinary Technician and has a degree in Veterinary Technology from the University of Maine at Augusta-Bangor. Prior to her licensure Tori first began working in the field as an animal care technician at the Kennebec Valley Humane Society. Tori is passionate about client education and providing compassionate animal care, and is kind and gentle with our patients. Outside of work she enjoys spending time her family, including her fiancé of over 10 years and her five young nephews as well as two dogs, a Jack Russell named Brady and a Maltese mix named Osita, and two felines, Leo and Cleo. When not at work Tori and her family most enjoy camping and hiking in Maine. 

 

Bailey Cunningham
Veterinary Assistant

Bailey Cunningham

Bailey has 10 years of experience in veterinary medicine and has a B.A. in Classics and Classical Civilization from Colby College. She is originally from Tallahassee, Florida and has lived in Maine, Oregon, Alaska, and Colorado. Bailey and her partner of seven years, Fritz, live with their two dogs Ruth and Winnie that they love to hike with. Bailey enjoys trout fishing and knitting, and is active in the Coastal Rivers Conservation Trust in Damariscotta. 

Kate Szafir
Veterinary Assistant

Kate Szafir

Kate has nearly 15 years experience in veterinary medicine and holds a B.A. in Jazz Performance from the University of Maine at Augusta. She absolutely loves camping and outdoor pursuits and splits her workweek between us and the Maine State Parks, often living within the park as a campground host and parks volunteer. One of her more fun responsibilities has been to tend to the goats of Camden Hills State Park. Kate grew up in Camden and lives in Dresden with her husband Joe of 14 years as well as mini-Aussie Bunny and German Shorthaired Pointer lab mix Ducky. 

Katie Thomas
Reception

Katie  Thomas

Katie joins us with over 12 years experience in veterinary medical reception and many more years experience in client care in general. She loves being the first to greet clients and meet new people, and enjoys seeing the passion and love families have for their pets. When not at work Katie can be found in the outdoors ATVing, gardening, and kayaking, and she and her family love to travel. Katie and her husband share their home with their two dogs, Darby and Otter, as well as their two cats, Fischer and Neegan. 

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