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Faye Walters Mossman

Client Care Representative

Faye has been a Client Care representative since June 1998. She started working at South Shore Veterinary Hospital due to her love of animals and desire to be around people who really want to help animals of all kinds. Having owned cockatiels, rabbits, cats, dogs and horses, the love was strong enough to make her want to be part of the veterinary team, who love working to see animals of all shapes and sizes get the proper health care they need.

Faye started her career as an architectural draftsperson, and worked several years in the city for an Architectural firm. However, there were no animals, so she moved on to Direct Film, which was closer to home and satisfied her love for photography. Later volunteering at South Shore Veterinary Hospital, the animals won and she has been here ever since.

Faye enjoys walking, swimming, yoga, dancing, biking, candy making, photography, fundraising, painting and rug hooking. Along with her two daughters who are her pride and joy. These are just a few things that bring joy to her life.

Fun fact: In 2012, Faye went polar dipping 12 times, once each month of the year. NOTE: Some months are more fun than others.

I am very happy with my south shore veterinary hospital. I have taken my dogs there 2 years now. And…

Debbie Rivet

My pets receive top notch care at South Shore Vet. Special thank you to Dr. Kyla Inness -…

Holly Leclercq

Tucker always has a great experience with Dr. Hughes and her team. I highly recommend her as she is…

Helen Eisnor

The veterinarian presented options clearly and compassionately and we were able to decide together on the next steps for my…

Sandie Ellicott

Thank you to all staff at South Shore Veterinary Hospital. We had our baby girl in for her spay appointment;…

Krystle Murphy


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