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Dr. Angelos graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1983. He loves spending time on his boat fishing off the coast of Maine. He recently married his beautiful wife Lesa, who is also the office manager at Mann Vet Clinic. His dog Penelope enjoys spending time with him at the clinic, where she gets lots of treats from the staff.
Dr. Ben Walker joined Mann Memorial Veterinary Clinic in 2007. He grew up in Blue Hill, Maine. He earned his Undergraduate degree at UVM in Burlington, Vermont and got his Veterinary degree from Ross University in St. Kitts, British West Indies. He completed his clinical year at WSU in Pullman, Washington. He enjoys spending his time off with his lovely wife Jen and his beautiful daughter and their two dogs, Zuko and Cha Cha.
Dr. Kathryn Foertsch
Dr. Kathryn Foertsch has worked part-time at Mann Memorial Clinic since 2009. She grew up and went to vet school in Illinois. After graduation, she moved to Maine for the wonderful recreational opportunities that the state has to offer. She is an avid outdoor enthusiast and enjoys bicycling, kayaking, hiking and cross-country skiing. She also enjoys gardening and playing Scrabble. She has two elderly feline companions, George and Sophie, who enjoy being outside just as much as she does.
Dr. Susan Hayhurst
Dr. Susan Hayhurst started working at Mann Memorial Vet Clinic in the fall of 2012. She graduated from Stanford University with a B.S. in Biology and discovered Maine during graduate school, where she received her M.S. in marine biology from the University of Maine. After practicing marine research and education in Maine for several years, she then attended veterinary school at Tufts University. Following graduation, she was happy to return to Maine with her husband Kyle and her twin daughters. In addition to small animal medicine, she has interests in conservation and wildlife medicine. She enjoys outdoor activities and has a cat named Luna and a dog named Moses