John McVey, Technical and Office Support
John McVey provides both technical and office support for the mobile practice. He has proudly redone the painting, flooring, and preparing for the past several months at our stunning, new hospital. John enjoys antiques and is an avid collector of tools. His other hobbies include camping, hiking and traveling.
Alexsandra Clark, Certified Veterinary Technician
Alexsandra is board certified as a Veterinary Technician. Alexsandra went to Becker College to receive her Associate's degree in Veterinary Technology and Bachelor's degree in Clinical Animal Medicine with a minor in Equine Studies.
Alexsandra has been focusing on Veterinary medicine for the past 4 years. Prior to that she has been assisting in kennel work and other various exotic pets. For over 8 years she has been working with horses including her own, Allie.
In her free time, she helps out at the barn or spends time with her own 2 dogs, Bennie and Bella.
Chelsea Loomis, Veterinary Assistant
Chelsea went to Manchester Community College for her undergraduate studies, then finished online schooling through Penn Foster.
Chelsea has been in the animal field for the past 6 years. She was introduced through being a kennel assistant, then decided to continue her education as a full-time veterinary assistant.
In her spare time, Chelsea enjoys hiking and spending time outside with her kids. Her pets include two dogs; Maia and Aux, two cats; Minxie and Walter and ferret, Charles.
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Madelyn Driscoll, Receptionist
Madelyn currently attends Marist College for her undergraduate degree. Madelyn helps through reception work in the office and at either of our locations on the weekend.
In her spare time, Madelyn enjoys hiking with her two dogs; Scout and Emerson.
Anne Marie Nock, DVM
Dr. Anne Marie Nock is the owner/managing member of Connecticut Mobile Veterinary Services, LLC. Dr. Nock grew up in Connecticut. She attended the University of Connecticut earning her Bachelor's degree in Pathobiology and conducting research in Parasitology. Dr. Nock then attended Auburn University for her degree in Veterinary medicine.
Dr. Nock began her professional career in Edinboro, Pennsylvania where she was a mixed animal practitioner. The majority of her work was in dairy herd health, medicine and surgery.
Dr. Nock returned to Connecticut to work as a small animal practitioner for the past 20 years. In 2013, she opened Connecticut Mobile Veterinary Services, LLC taking her back to her early roots as a traveling large animal veterinarian. She enjoys working on a one to one basis with her clients in a setting that is comfortable for both them and their pets.
In her spare time, she enjoys hunting for antiques, horseback riding and traveling. Her pets include the canine girls, Reagan and Ziggy, and the feline friends, Brock, and Kenobi!