Sep 03 2017

Welcome Dr. Sarah Spindell

Dr. Spindell

Bridgton Veterinary Hospital is proud to announce the addition of Dr. Sarah Spindell to our clinical team. Dr. Spindell graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor’s Degree in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation. She then received her D.V.M. from the University of Glasgow in Scotland.

Dr. Spindell grew up in Florida but spent every summer vacation here in the Lakes Region. Maine has always been her favorite place, and she’s very excited to set down roots here in Bridgton. Along with dogs and cats, Dr. Spindell will also be expanding our services to include pocket pets (rabbits, rats, hamsters, mice, and ferrets) and is interested in seeing exotics in the future. She also hopes to become involved in wildlife conservation and rehabilitation in the area.
Dr Spindell states, “For as long as I can remember, I’ve always wanted to be a veterinarian. It is an absolute dream come true to join the staff of Bridgton Veterinary Hospital. B.V.H. is the best hospital I have worked with throughout the course of my studies. I couldn’t have asked for a more compassionate, dedicated and skilled team with which to begin my career.”
We welcome Dr. Spindell to our team and look forward to working with her.

PHOTO – Dr. Sarah Spindell working with baby alligators while earning her
Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Degree at the University of Florida.

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