Dr. Sara Laroux, DVM
Dr. Sara Laroux graduated with honors from a combined program in Veterinary Medicine at Washington State and Oregon State Universities. She brings with her more than 12 years of experience in both emergency and general practice medicine. In 2014, she acquired Tilton Veterinary Hospital, located at 280 Laconia Road in Tilton, from the now retired veterinarian, Dr. Michael Ware. Over the past two years, she has enjoyed building new relationships with the TVH clients and their pets. Sara is an avid outdoors person and spends most of her free time hiking and skiing in the White Mountains and sailing Lake Winnipesaukee. She would like to thank the TVH clients for easing her transition to practice ownership and is happily accepting new clients looking for exceptional care for their animal companions.
Michelle began working at TVH in 1987. She enjoys working with the clients and patients and is always willing to help anyone in need of assistance. Her duties include reception, surgery patient care and updating patient records and reminders, and bookkeeping. Michelle lives in Laconia with her husband Rick, her two children, Golden Retriever Jager, and three cats, Binky , Emma and Baldwin. She enjoys walking, gardening, and visiting with friends.
Jo-Ann began her career at Tilton Veterinary Hospital in 1986, starting as a part time employee. After "on the job" training, she began full time employment a year later. Her job includes reception, dispensing medications, office management, and account maintenance. Her love of animals, especially cats, have given her many years of enjoyment in her work at TVH. Jo-Ann lives in Gilmanton with her husband Scott, and her three cats Mandy, Misty and Magnum. She enjoys reading, gardening, 4-wheeling, camping and quilting. She also enjoys watching the hummingbirds in her garden, and watching the deer and moose that frequent the beaver pond in the back yard!
Gen is our unofficial office manager. She works extremely hard holding down the floor in Mom's office, is always on the lookout for stray cookies, and enjoys the frequent tummy rubs that she demands on a daily basis. One of her duties is to make sure that the staff has to step over her prone body in doorways, to keep them on their toes.