Dr. Lauren K. Borofsky
Dr Borofsky graduated from Ross University in 2007 (along side Dr Neenan). After completing her clinical rotations at the University of Florida, she went onto a small animal internship at VCA South Shore Weymouth. She has been practicing on the South Shore ever since.
Her career interests are focused on preventative care, geriatric and pain management, as well as public and global health concerns.
While in the West Indies, Dr Borofsky developed a deep love of surfing. Outside work, she enjoys spending time with her family out on the water, walking in the woods, and in her garden.
She has two island critters from the gutters of St Kitts - Boophilus (aka Boo) and McSandy (aka Kittycat) and a sweet, rescued Boxer named Honey.
Dr. Chagit SteinerAssociate VeterinarianPrior to finding her dream profession as a small animal veterinarian, Dr. Steiner had a career as an engineer at Boeing in Seattle. Dr. Steiner then moved to Massachusetts and graduated from Tufts Veterinary school in 2006. After graduating, she completed an internship focusing on emergency medicine at the New England Animal Medical Center in West Bridgewater.Since then she has been practicing general medicine in clinical practices across eastern Massachusetts. Her primary interest and expertise is in internal medicine, with a special emphasis on chronic disease, dermatology and preventative care.When not at work, Dr. Steiner enjoys spending time outdoors with her family going on hikes and walking her dog. She also devotes her free time to working on environmental issues as a local activist. At home, she has a sweet dog named Clyde and a black cat named Wendell.
Dr. Emily NeenanVeterinarian / Clinic Owner
Dr. Neenan had an interest in veterinary medicine from the very beginning, but she took a detour through Berklee College of Music. Dr. Neenan was lucky enough to study at Ross University in the West Indies, where she had amazing hands on training, and mastered the art of driving a scooter on the left side of the road. In 2007 she finished her clinical year at the Ohio State University, and has been happily spending her career working with dogs, cats and the people that love them ever since.
Beyond veterinary medicine, dentistry and surgery, Dr. Neenan has interests in kayaking, biking, hiking, yoga, finding amazing food in the area and spending time with the people that are near and dear to her heart. She adores her dogs Finch (from St. Kitts) and Diego (from the south) and her tabby cat Monty (from Southie).
SherrySherry has been a technician at Winter Hill Vet for over 15 years. Along with loving both cats and dogs, she also takes care of our clinic fish tank. She has a great interest in foreign culture and useless facts (she would be a secret weapon at pub trivia).
Breena joined Winter Hill Veterinary Clinic in 2015. She has been a veterinary technician for more than 9 years for both general practice and emergency hospitals. Prior to joining Winter Hill, she was a veterinary technician manager at a larger clinic outside of Boston. She enjoys traveling, baking, barre and pet sitting. She lives in Woburn with her husband, son, daughter and three dogs.
KristenKristen started at Winter Hill in 2016. She began her career as a technician after moving to the city with her husband. Outside of the clinic she spends her time in the kitchen and with her one eyed cat.
JulesJules joined Winter Hill Veterinary Clinic in 2017 after moving to the area. She has worked in the veterinary field for 7 years, working in clinics in Connecticut, California, and even Montreal, Canada. In her free time she enjoys traveling with her husband and watching Netflix with her dog. She also has a flying squirrel rescue named Eggs Benedict aka Benny.
Kate began working in the animal care field when she was a teenager. She has gained so much relevant knowledge working and managing kennels, daycares and veterinary clinics. Her love of dogs ha lead her to become a certified dog trainer. She loves to teach people how to care and communicate with their dogs in order to further strengthen their bonds. Kate and her husband keep busy with their four dogs; a Cattle Dog Mix, a Chow/Corgi Mix, two Catahoula Leopard Dogs and two cats.