Meet the Staff

We are a warm, friendly, competent and attentive support staff.

 

Our Receptionists

Alexis

Alexis is a Stamford, Connecticut native. After leaving Temple University in Philadelphia, she moved back to Stamford and began working as a phlebotomist and office manager in Mt. Kisco, NY. She owns a teacup yorkie, Riley, and a morkie (Maltese and Yorkie), Cloe. She enjoys cooking and spending time with her 2 year old son, Logan.

Adrienne

Adrienne is a Norwalk, Connecticut native. Before coming to Wilton Hospital for Animals, she was the manager at The Pooch Hotel in Norwalk. She is also a licensed massage therapist who enjoys spending time with her 8 year old daughter, Amiya.

Our Technical and Kennel Staff and their pets

KIANA

Kiana is a Norwalk, Connecticut native. She has been in the veterinary field for 5 years. She owns a pit bull, Hershey, a pit bull/Rottweiler mix, Loki, as well as 2 ferrets, a squirrel and 2 snakes. She enjoys attending car shows and taking her dogs out on hikes.

EMELY

Emely is a Norwalk, Connecticut native. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She has been in the veterinary industry as a vet technician for over 7 years. She enjoys helping patients live longer, healthier lives. She has a French mastiff named Khloe and enjoys playing with a wabba and playing in parks with her. Emely studied at Penn Foster for her license as  a veterinarian technician. Emely enjoys the challenges that come with her career choice.

 ERICA

Erica is a Stamford CT native. Before coming to Wilton Hospital for Animals, she became a certified medical assistant at Sanford Brown Institute. Erica loves to hang out with friends and take care of her two cats, dog, and bearded dragon.

 

Address
215 Danbury Road
Wilton, CT 06897

Contact
Office: 203-762-8321
Fax: 203-762-8395
Email: staff@whfact.com
Facebook: WHFACT Facebook

Office Hours:
Monday – Friday 8 am to 5 pm
(Closed daily for lunch between 12 pm and 1 pm)
Saturday 8:30 am to noon

Celebrating 50 years

Press Release

09 /20 /2017

Having grown up on a farm in rural Indiana, I have always been comfortable around all animals. Fortunately, during professional school,… Continue reading »