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Stephanie Martin

Client Care Representative
Stephanie attended Southwestern Career Institute and graduated in 1999. Working in veterinary medicine was always something Stephanie wanted to do. She worked at South Shore Vet during high school as a kennel attendant and even got to help deliver calves during a farm call with Dr. Ted. There are many things Stephanie loves about her job, but she loves being a part of a clinic where you get to help provide the best health care possible to our furry family members. She loves helping clients with all aspects of their pets' care. She is always striving for "Happy Clients, Healthy Patients!" Stephanie was accepted into vet college out of high school, but she got wait-listed. Life took a few twists and turns, and she ended up with a business degree. It all still led Stephanie to work in the industry she always wanted to! It just took a bit longer. This is something she is always grateful for. Stephanie also has a keen interest in large animal medicine as well. She loves that our clinic sees many kinds of pets, small and large! It makes each day a surprise! Stephanie lives in Bridgewater with her husband and 3 sons. She also lives with 2 dogs(Roger & Wilbur) & 2 cats(Violet & Frankie). She and her husband enjoy hiking with the dogs on the weekends.
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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