Meet Our Friendly Walpole, MA Veterinarian Office Staff
Tracy has been with Norfolk Veterinary Service since March of 2008. She was originally hired and worked as a veterinary technician, but in 2019 she was promoted to the position of Office Manager.
"I have been a client here for more than 32 years," she says. "I really enjoy spending time with my coworkers in and outside of work because they are a great group of people. I am also proud of the exceptional level of care and compassion toward all clients and patients."
Tracy has 4 cats: seven-year-old Polly, three-year-old Logan, siblings Jack and Ninny Muggins who are both one year old. All are “dumpster cats” who have been hand-raised and some were even bottle fed. Her interests include fishing, hiking, traveling, spending time with nieces and nephews and backyard bird watching. She has more than eight bird feeders, so there’s always lots of entertainment. Tracy has more than thirty years experience as a dancer. She was a former dance teacher in her mother’s dance school and performed at Disney and on Carnival and Royal Caribbean cruise ships.
Joyce began working as receptionist at Norfolk County Veterinary Service in April of 2019. She had 15 years experience working at other veterinary hospitals prior to being employed here.
Joyce enjoys working at Norfolk County Veterinary Service because everyone is nice. She likes the people and caring for their pets.
When not at work, Joyce enjoys spending time with her family and Shelby, her young black Labrador Retriever. One of her biggest pleasures is taking her dog for walks.
Amy is a Veterinary Technician who joined the staff of Norfolk County Veterinary Service in March of 2018, but began her career in animal care when she was in high school. She has over 25 years of experience working as a technician as well as a special interest in “pocket pets” and other exotics.
When asked what she enjoys most about her work, Amy says, "Seeing a patient who was so sick or injured go home healthy and happy after a long stay with us and knowing that I had something to do with that. I love that everyone here is 110% invested in each pet that comes through our door every day.”
Her pets include two dogs named Flower and Bo, 2 cats named Squish and Jackson, 6 chickens, 3 fish, and a gerbil named Jake. Amy has also fostered and helped re-home dogs from a southern rescue. She loves spending time with her husband and 2 children taking day trips to see new places. She also enjoys quiet time at home snuggled up with her cats and a good book, working in her yard and flowerbeds, and visiting family in the Berkshires where she grew up. She’s really a farm girl at heart!