Hi, I’m Molly’s sister Amy! I help out at the clinic on Saturday mornings. I first met Dr. Taylor back in 1992 when my cat Willow had been hit by a car. doc was the emergency vet on call and saved Willow’s life. Finding such a compassionate vet, doc soon became our primary doctor. The Franklin Veterinary Clinic, doc and his staff have always done their utmost to care for my four legged family members. When my sister asked if I would be willing to help out, I jumped at the chance.

I have always been a proponent for animals and animal rights. I have had the opportunity to learn a great deal while working here. I have learned skills both on the job and through attending veterinary workshops. I find my work at the clinic to be rewarding and am happy to be doing something that enhances the lives of animals.

At home, I have a dog and a cat. Annie Oak leaf is a springer/labrador mix or as I like to say, a Springador! Matzu Pitzu is a beautiful long haired cat who, I am quite sure, rules the world. I was a house sitter and both Annie and Matzu became part of my permanent family when the owner of the house passed away. The owner and I held the firm belief that for Annie and Matzu the home was the constant and we were the humans who shared it with them. When I am not at work, I can be found roaming the woods of Sanbornton with Annie and, if we are not too far from the house, Matzu too!

“Just trying to be the person my dog thinks I am.”