Jesse Sugrue DVM - Associate Veterinarian, Mixed Animal, Acupuncture.
Jesse Sugrue DVM is a native to the Western Massachusetts region. As a child, she was an active member of the Swift River Pony Club. Jesse attended and graduated from Mount Holyoke College, in South Hadley Massachusetts. At Mount Holyoke College, she split her non-academic time between the equestrian center and the soccer fields. In 2010 she received a Bachelors of Science from Mount Holyoke College, where she majored in biology and minored in chemistry. After graduation, Jesse moved down to Virginia. Jesse worked at the Veterinary teaching hospital of the Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. At the teaching hospital she worked in both the ophthalmology department and in the small animal intensive care unit. She attended this veterinary school and received a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2015. Dr. Sugrue is a member in good standing of the AVMA. Dr. Sugrue has a strong interest in working with both large and small animals and has a special interest in equine podiatry (horse foot-care). In her spare time, she can be found enjoying one of her many outdoor hobbies. She enjoys trail running with her “two perfect pups” Diezel and Mac, working with one of her three horses or taking it easy working in her ever-expanding garden.
Office Manager: Shelly Wilson
Large Animal Technicians: Sarah
Small Animal Technicians: Renee, Colleen, Judy, Felicia, Kiera, Laura,
Reception: Bren and Mary.
Rehabilitation/Laser Technician: Renee, Sarah
Clifford B Morcom DVM - practice owner, Mixed Animal Veterinarian
Dr. Clifford Morcom grew up in Shrewsbury New Jersey. As a high school student he worked at Mammoth Park and Atlantic City as a hot walker. Here Dr. Morcom found his profound appreciation for the racehorses. He graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a bachelors of science majoring in Animal Husbandry. He received a Masters from Michigan State University in Reproductive Endocrinology and graduated from Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1979. After graduation he worked as a track veterinarian at Monticello raceway in New York. In 1984 he moved to Massachusetts and worked along side Fred Hess in Amherst. In 1986, he purchased the land and house that would (with many revisions) become the Mill Valley Veterinary Clinic. During the intervening years he purchased his first Standardbred broodmare, help raise three children and continued to serve the Pioneer Valley as a mixed animal veterinarian. Over the years the clinic has grown from a one doctor mixed animal practice into a four-doctor practice that constantly strives to bring the newest technology and innovations to our clients. Dr. Morcom lives in Belchertown with his wife Celeste and two golden retrievers, one Jack Russell mix, numerous cats and a few “retired” standardbred horses.
Dr. Karen Follett - Associate Veterinarian, Small Animal
Dr. Karen Thornton-Follett is a Western Massachusetts native. She grew up in Amherst and Shutesbury. Dr. Follett Attended the University of Massachusetts and received a Bachelors in Animal Science. She graduated from Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1994. Dr. Follett shares her life with her husband and four children and multiple dogs and cats. She enjoys gardening and birding. Dr. Follett is laser certified and a member in good standing with the AVMA and MVMA.
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