|Dr. Winifred Krogman
Dr. Krogman studied animal science at Cornell University and received her Bachelor of Science degree in 1990. Upon graduation she moved to Columbus, Ohio and entered the College of Veterinary Medicine at Ohio State University. Dr. Krogman moved to New Hampshire in 1995 and practiced in Londonderry before moving to Daniel Webster Animal Hospital in 1999. Dr. Krogman joined our team in July of 2007 and as of January 2016 has become the owner of Northside Animal Hospital. Dr. Krogman practices general medicine, dentistry, surgery, and exotic animal medicine. In her free time "Winnie" enjoys horseback riding and spending time with her husband and two children. The Krogman's share their home with their dog Miles, cat Frisky, and their two horses Tripp and Windsor, and a crew of ducks.
|Dr. Leslie Agulnick
Dr. Agulnick is a native of Massachusetts and earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. She worked in molecular biology and immunology for several years, before deciding to combine her love of science with her love of animals. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 2000. Dr. Agulnick has special interest in animal behavior, exotic pets and internal medicine. She lives in Raymond, N.H., with her husband, son, two Golden Retrievers, cat, two rabbits and many fish! When not busy working, she enjoys time with her family and reading.
|Dr. Sarah Henry
Dr. Sarah Henry is a native of Rhode Island and grew up with a small herd of pets (2 horses, 4 cats, a dog, and a pond of fish). She went to the University of Vermont for Undergraduate work with a degree in Animal Science Pre-Veterinary program and microbiology with a Chemistry minor. Sarah continued her studies at the University of Florida for Veterinary School and graduated with a certificate in Aquatic Animal Health. She completed her externships at SeaWorld, the Texas State Aquarium, and Sea Life Park in Hawaii. Sarah completed her small animal rotating internship at the VCA South Shore in South Weymouth, MA. Dr. Henry recently moved to New Hampshire after meeting her fiancé, and settled in the Concord area. They live with their special kitten named Bahari (who has congenital eye problem and is deaf). Her important hobbies and interests include: PATRIOTS FOOTBALL! She also enjoys weight lifting, martial arts, hiking, Bruins hockey, scuba diving and quiet days with good book.
|Dr. Alison Borek
Dr. Alison Borek grew up in nearby Webster, New Hampshire. She attended Lake Erie College in Ohio, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Biology with a minor in Equine Studies. She also spent a year abroad studying in England. She was then happy to return to New England, where she received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University. After graduation, Dr. Borek spent 5 years in mixed animal practice at Pembroke Animal Hospital. She and her husband welcomed a new baby girl in May 2018. They also share their home with two cats and a dog. In her free time, Dr. Borek enjoys riding her horse Gem, going for walks, and traveling. Her veterinary interests include: dentistry, preventative care and general medicine.
My practice philosophy and goal is to help each animal I treat to live as happy and healthy a life as possible for as long as possible. I think of my patients and clients as part of my veterinary family and treat them with respect, caring and compassion. My work in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine is my passion and my way of contributing to the betterment of our world. I have had this quote on my desk for years, and believe it wholeheartedly: “The way we earn our living can be a source of peace and joy... Our work can be a wonderful means for us to express our deepest self... When we do this, we are able to realize peace and joy, and the work we do will be of great help to ourselves and to the world.” – Thich Nhat Hanh
After graduating from Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1993 and completing a Small Animal Internship at University of Saskatoon in Saskatchewan Canada in 1994, I practiced small animal medicine and surgery in Colorado prior to relocating to New Hampshire in 2001.I have extensive training in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) and utilize all five branches of TCVM including Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, Food Therapy, Tui-na (Chinese Therapeutic Massage) and Exercise with the goal of balancing the body and assisting it back to a healthy state. TCVM works with Western Medicine to accomplish this goal. Western diagnostics of blood work, x-rays, ultrasound, MRI are needed to obtain an accurate diagnosis along with medications. TCVM can take a bit longer to see results but there are few side effects and the body can heal faster with long lasting results.