• Dr. Amie
    Dr. Amie Carrier DVM

    Originally from Windsor Locks, Connecticut, Dr. Amie Carrier graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in 2006. She completed a small animal rotating clinical internship at Auburn University in 2007 and then entered into a dual residency program in Small Animal Internal Medicine and Emergency/Critical Care. Dr. Carrier has four children, two cats (Scotty and Waffles), two dogs (Salty and Nala), 10 turtles, 3 Bearded Dragons, 3 Leopard Geckos, a Crested Gecko, and a myriad of tanks. Her hobbies include rescuing and rehabilitating animals, reading, scrapbooking, teaching, and watching the UCONN Huskies and Boston Red Sox.

  • Dr. Chand
    Dr. Safi Chand DVM

    Dr. Chand has practiced emergency medicine and surgery for more than 10 years. He graduated from Canada and a few years later decided to further upgrade his skills in ER medicine and surgery in 2005. In 2006, he completed a one-year internship in small animal medicine with a major in emergency medicine and surgery at Southern Massachusetts Emergency and Referral in Massachusetts. He had the privilege of working with largest Cardiology and internal medicine group (CVCA and AVIM) in Maryland as an ER clinician for 4 years. Dr. Chand wanted to be a veterinarian having grown up with German Shepherds. His areas of interest are internal medicine, cardiology, surgery, radiology, soft tissue and select orthopedic procedures. When not at work, he enjoys spending time with his wife, kids and their zoo comprising of 2 cats and fish. He also enjoys reading, traveling and horseback riding.

  • Anne Andrews