We’re one big family!
Christopher Sevigny, DVM
Following graduation, he practiced in Bar Harbor for 2 years before moving to Lafayette, Louisiana to be with his (now) wife.
Nicole Craft, DVM
Dr. Craft grew up in the very small town of Oak Ridge, Louisiana, riding horses and four-wheelers in the vast cotton fields surrounding her childhood home. She attended Ouachita Christian School, where she was an athlete and artist, continuing on to Louisiana Tech University. After completing her degree in Animal Science/Pre-veterinary Medicine, she was accepted into Ross University SVM in the small West Indies island nation of St. Kitts and Nevis, where she met Dr. Sevigny, her husband. She attended a clinical year at the University of Missouri-Columbia. After school, they settled in Carencro, Louisiana where they remained for the better part of a decade, raising two little girls and practicing for small animal clinics.
She then moved with her family to Springvale, ME, where Dr. Sevigny was born and raised. Dr. Craft enjoys spending time with her children, working out, doing home projects, spending days at the beach, inventing new ways to stay warm, and cooking Cajun cuisine at home. She has a passion for her profession and is very much enjoying living in New England.
Pete loves spending time with his wife Karen, their son Colin and Evie, their wonder dog! Pete enjoys working on their property and has been known to dabble in grilling & gardening!
As part of the Northeast Veterinary Partners team, Pete brings his experience & skills to further build the practice and team at the Wells Dog & Cat Hospital.
Veterinary Technician Supervisor
Ever since she was a little girl, Kristina knew she wanted to work with animals. She grew up raising pigs, chickens, and rabbits, while her parents bred Golden Retrievers.
Through grade school and high school, she rode and worked with horses. This led to her work with special needs children through equestrian therapy. Upon completing a vocational veterinary technician program in high school, she attended the UNH Veterinary Technician Program at Thompson School of Applied Science. She has since worked 20 plus years in Veterinary Medicine. Kristina holds a high regard for her title as a Veterinary Technician Supervisor and takes great deal of pride in her work. She now specializes in low stress handling and fear free restraint. She has 2 dogs, 3 cats, 2 kids and a goose!
When she’s not at work, she enjoys fishing, watching movies, loves the beach, and spending time with her kids & family.
Kevin St. Hilaire
Kevin has been a part of the Wells Dog and Cat Hospital family since 2015. He has a passion for veterinary care and is a great advocate for all animal friends big and little.
Bonnie was born in Methuen, MA. She was raised in both Methuen and Lawrence, MA. She has lived in Salem and Nashua, NH for many years and moved to Maine just under 3 years ago.
Bonnie has a business degree and has completed course work in criminology, psychology, and sociology. She was also a Certified EMT and has worked in the food service industry, including as a bartender.
Her veterinary career started at an animal hospital in North Andover, MA as a receptionist. She then worked at a hospital in Andover, MA as a receptionist then as a technician for about 12 years. Bonnie then made the switch to an animal Hospital in Dracut, MA as a Technician Supervisor for about 18 years. She has a special interest in: low stress handling for both patients and clients. Plus helping our clients & patients have a unique, low stress, homey experience!
In her free time, Bonnie enjoys fishing, bowling, playing cards, games, puzzles and enjoy having regular backyard campfires. She also learns as much as possible about animal behavior, enjoying nature & wildlife. Bonnie also has a sweet spot in her heart for handicapped (either emotionally or behaviorally) or “special needs” pets of all species and attitudes.
Lesley was born and raised in Maine. She began her career in Veterinary medicine while studying Social Work at Western Connecticut State University. When she returned home to Maine, she started work at Falmouth Veterinary Hospital. There she stayed for 15 years before deciding to transition to a stay-at-home mom with her 2 kids, Abigail & Joseph. Her family then moved to Wells, 5 years ago to be closer to her husband’s job at Wells Fire Department, where he’s a fire Captain. Lesley loves to work with various textile mediums, such as quilting, crochet, applique, and knitting. She also enjoys kayaking, hockey, fishing, and attending live music concerts.
Kathy joined Wells Dog and Cat Hospital in November 2021 as our Receptionist Supervisor. Kathy has always had a pet by her side. She grew up with Pugs and also had 2 cats, Bonnie & Clyde. Kathy was even spotlighted on a news segment with Channel 5 in Boston, MA showcasing the Christmas cards she created with Bonnie & Clyde dressed up in Christmas themes! She presently has a Yellow Lab named Bruin, who is her 96lbs baby!!
Kathy has worked as a Medical Assistant and after working in the medical community through the COVID-19 pandemic, felt it was time for a change and Veterinary Medicine is the perfect fit.
When Kathy is not in the office, she enjoys spending time with her husband, Mark and their son, Liam camping, boating, and hiking with their fur baby, Bruin!
Mary brings several years animal care experience from other hospitals. Her organizational skills and readiness to help in every way make her a real asset to our team. ( Chat topic – her dog Max)
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