Dr. Sherri and her husband Paul were born and raised in Sussex County, N.J. Both have deep family and business roots in this community and want to continue to provide professional services to their friends, neighbors and community.
Dr. T-V and her sister Kim, a pharmacist at Newton Memorial Hospital, graduated from Frankford Twp. Elementary School and High Point Regional High School before heading to college. Dr. T-V attended undergrad at Virginia Tech and achieved her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Missouri, before returning to practice veterinary medicine in Sussex County.
Paul also graduated from both Frankford Twp. Elementary School and High Point Regional High School before pursuing college courses at Orange County College. He started his own construction business over 30 years ago and continues to work almost exclusively in Sussex County. He did the renovations of the building that houses Branchville Country Veterinary Clinic.
Dr. T-V's father, Tom Talbot (deceased), grew up in the Branchville area, graduated from the one-room Branchville School House, and after college returned to reside in Frankford Township for 30+ years. He taught Industrial Arts at High Point Regional High School, advised their Technology Team, and worked as a marine mechanic during summer breaks. Her mom, Marilyn, moved to Sussex County with Tom over 40 years ago, taught Honors High School Math at Newton High for 20+ years, and continues to reside in Frankford.
Paul's mom, Carol (deceased), grew up visiting her family's farm in Sussex County. She and Paul's father Len (deceased), moved here over 50 years ago. Len was an accountant and worked for WIllis and Paul, and was instrumental in the founding of High Point Regional High School. Carol served this community in many aspects, including as Frankford Township Treasurer and Secretary for Frankford Plains Cemetery.
Dr. Nori joined the BCVC staff in May, 2012. A longtime Sussex County resident, she lives on a small farm in Lafayette, N.J. with her husband, Ken Leonard, and a variety of animal friends. She's practiced veterinary medicine for over 25 years and often offers her services to shelters and rescue groups in Northern N.J.
Sarah is a long time resident of Sussex County and an avid animal lover and caretaker. Her career as a Veterinary Technician began in 2005, although she has been working directly with animals for over 25 years. At BCVC Sarah has a special interest in emergency medicine and patient care. Outside of work, Sarah volunteers her time and skills at various community organizations including the Literacy Volunteers of Sussex County and the Samaritan Inn. She enjoys spending time with her horses, housecats, and her barn cats.
Lori grew up in the Tri-State area and has been a Veterinary Technician for many years. She handles ordering inventory and supplies and does some office management. She assists the Doctors in exam rooms and surgery, and has a special interest in veterinary dentistry and patient recovery. She enjoys her time off with her husband and three children.
We offer a variety of veterinary services, including laser treatments that can help with wound treatments and joint discomfort.
Jackie grew up in Sussex County and graduated from High Point Regional High School. She returned there to teach Social Studies until she retired. She also taught Sociology at Sussex County Community College. Jackie received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from William Patterson University and a Master of Letters degree in Global Studies with a concentration in Holocaust and Genocide Studies from Drew University.
Jackie and her husband Paul, a CPA, are animal lovers and have adopted several cats and dogs. They are pet parents to give cats and two Labrador Retrievers, Chloe and her daughter Rubi. Jackie enjoys cooking and traveling. She especially loves visiting Boston to see her daughter, Brooke (also a High Point alumni) who is a graduate student at Simmons University.
Kirstin is currently going to school for Veterinary Assistant. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, being on the family farm and especially riding horses.
Kathryn, pictured with Roo, is a life long resident of Sussex County. She's worked in a vet's office since 2006 and has a passion for the miracle of medicine, both human and animal and works in both fields. She enjoys baking, artistic crafts and loves spending time with her daughters and grandson.
Our office accepts a variety of animals for veterinary care.
We refer wildlife calls to NJ State Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitators, whose goal is to raise and release the wildlife back into Nature as soon as they are healthy and able to fend for themselves.
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