About Us

At Conway Veterinary Hospital, our entire team is committed to offering our patients and their families the highest level of compassionate care.​ Led by Dr. Sheri Cassell, our team includes an experienced, dedicated team of vet techs and support staff. You can always depend on us to treat your pets with gentle care and dignity.

Ongoing education and training is an integral part of this practice. Trained at our facility and through ongoing continuing education programs, our tech team is proficient in a variety of areas including pet nutrition, administration of anesthesia, surgical assisting and monitoring, dentistry, intravenous and subcutaneous fluid administration, critical care, phlebotomy and radiology. They and our support staff are knowledgeable about the products and services we provide, and they rise to the challenge daily to help our patients and their families.

We’re here to help, from your first appointment with a new pet to maximizing your pet’s health and well-being, to providing support, counseling and care as your pet ages.

Our veterinary team is passionate about what we do, and we promise to be sensitive to the needs of both pet and owner, while ensuring that your pet receives the best care possible. Making decisions for your pet can be challenging, but rest assured that we will always be there to explain treatment options and find solutions to maximize your pet’s health and well being.

Meet the team

Dr. Sheri Cassell

DVM, Practice Owner

After graduating from the University of Georgia, College of Veterinary Medicine in 1997, I moved to New Hampshire, and felt at home right away. I first lived and worked in the Seacoast area, and would come to the Mt. Washington Valley to play. In 2006, when the opportunity arose to take over this practice, I jumped at it—and every day I’m so glad that I did. I love veterinary medicine because I’m able to help animals live longer and happier lives with the people who love them. Although my areas of special interest include surgery and dentistry, I really love that every day I see something new and I ‘m learning constantly. It’s important to me to get to know each pet and its family as this enables me to respect that relationship and better provide what is needed. I spend my time away from CVH with my fabulous family enjoying all the fun the Valley has to offer.

Dr. Amanda White


I grew up in Southern NH and knew from a young age that I wanted to be a veterinarian. I completed my Bachelors degree in Medical Biology at the University of New England in Biddeford, ME. From there, I traveled across the country to pursue my veterinary degree at Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, CA. After graduating, I spent a few years in emergency medicine but have grown to enjoy general practice and diagnostic imaging (X-ray and Ultrasound). In my free time, I enjoy reading, running, skiing, Bruins hockey and crafting. My family and I live on a small farm in Moultonborough.

Dr. Taylor Goldberg


Dr. Taylor Goldberg attended Tufts University and graduated in 2013. Having grown up in suburban New Jersey, attending veterinary school in Massachusetts allowed her to spend time learning about so-called “nature”. Her friends made sure she got the full experience by taking her hiking, kayaking, and camping in the White Mountains. She loved it so much she moved to the Mount Washington Valley following graduation! Dr. Goldberg has worked as a general practice and emergency veterinarian in the Mount Washington Valley since 2013 focusing on preventative care and overall patient (and owner!) wellness. She enjoys urgent care cases, surgery, and helping pet owners come up with a plan that makes sense for their lifestyle. In her free time, you might find Dr. Goldberg spending time with her family and their 2 dogs (Ronin the mastiff and Moxie the chihuahua), participating in various fitness activities, or cooking up something delicious.

Sue Arvidson

Practice Manager

My career in veterinary care began in 1996 as a receptionist at a single doctor practice in New Jersey. I moved to Marblehead Massachusetts in 2005 where I joined a 5 doctor team as a veterinary technician in training. In 2019 I advanced my career as a surgical assistant/hospital manager for an orthopedic surgeon in Harvard. Upon my arrival in New Hampshire, I obtained the position of practice manager, also known as chaos coordinator. My free time is spent with my 2 dogs Raine (Husky/Shepherd Mix 8 yrs old) and Willow (Lab Mix 5 yrs old) going for walks, hiking, playing ball, wading – neither one of them likes to full on swim – LOL. I also have a passion for cooking, reading and British television. My bucket list does include a trip to England with my daughter, son-in-law, son and his girlfriend, someday!!!!

Melanie Gregory

Licensed/Head Veterinary Technician

Melanie is originally from Hope Valley, RI and graduated with a B.S. in Kinesiology from the University of Rhode Island in 2004. She has worked in veterinary practices in New Hampshire and Maine since 2007. Melanie graduated with an A.S. in Veterinary Technology from Great Bay Community Colege and became a licensed veterinary technician in 2010. When she is not at the veterinary hospital she enjoys fostering kittens and is usually playing a sport (hockey, softball, snowboarding) or watching a sport (Patriots, Red Sox, Bruins).

Alicia Cote

Certified Veterinary Technician

Alicia moved to the Conway area and joined our team in early 2021. She graduated from Becker College with a degree in Veterinary Technology and became certified in 2014. Since then she has worked in small animal medicine in Massachusetts where she became Fear Free Certified and a Feline Friendly Practitioner. In her spare time you can find her playing in the mountains or on a golf course or hockey rink.

Samantha Provencher

Veterinary Technician

Before moving to Vermont Technical College to study veterinary technology, Samantha grew up in Albany, NH where she graduated from Kennett High School. She started working at Conway Vet in 2021 as an intern, where she was hired afterwards as a technician. Samantha enjoys working on canine and feline dentistry and is Fear Free Certified. In her free time, she enjoys playing ice hockey, going to the gym, and photographing her travels.

Lori Rudd

Veterinary Technician

Lori started in the veterinary field in 1994, left for the horse world, then decided to come back to working as a Veterinary Technician in the area since 2008. She loves working in all aspects of animal dentistry and anesthesia. Currently, 2 dogs, 4 cats, 2 rats and a variety of foster animals are residing at her house with her husband and daughter. Great Danes and all cats are her favorite animals to work with. She enjoys all that nature has to offer, including hiking with her dogs, kayaking (sometimes with her dog), snowshoeing and skiing.

Amber Trumann

Veterinary Technician

Amber grew up as an Army brat but spent most of her youth in Massachusetts. She moved to Maine in 2012 and has a hobby farm in Bridgton. Amber’s education was in human medicine but she has been working in the veterinary world since 2014 and wouldn’t trade it for anything. Her special interest is senior/hospice dogs and ensuring that the end of their life is as comfortable and dignified as possible. She lives with her son, a pack of dogs, a clowder of cats, a flock of poultry, and a rotating rescue for special needs pets and farm animals.

Angie Thomas


Worked for CVH over 7 years now! Currently working two days a week here, works at Conway Area Humane Society, is the Treasurer for the Town of Sweden, Maine, and has her own bookkeeping business. Rest of her time is spent with her three grandsons and rescue dog Mac!

Kim Kaslow


Kim has lived in the Valley for 30 years with her husband. She has 5 children, 8 grandchildren and 2 Cavalier King Charles Spaniels. Kim bred and showed Cavalier King Charles Spaniels for 25 years and has worked in the Vet field at the front desk for the last 10 years. She loves talking with people and helping their pets. In her spare time she enjoys reading, weaving, knitting and spending time at the Ocean.

Taryn Dubois


Taryn grew up and has lived in Conway, NH her whole life. She started working here at CVH during the summer of 2023 after many years in childcare and is excited to start her future working with animals. She enjoys spending time with her family, two dogs and four guinea pigs!