Sunray Animal Clinic

73 Admiral Fitch Avenue
Brunswick, ME 04011

(207)725-6398

sunrayvet.com

Dr. Kerry Collins:

After a successful but unfulfilling career in technology, Kerry decided to pursue her real dream (the one she had as a young child), to become a veterinarian. She graduated from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 2007 and practiced in Virginia in 2008 when her husband's job moved the family to Maine.

 

Her special interests include infectious and vector-borne diseases, critical care, and big, furry mutts. She lives with her husband and two small boys and they are loving the lifestyle of their new home - Maine.


 

Dr. Anne Del Borgo:

 

Originally from Potsdam, New York, Anne graduated from Williams College in 1995 and went on to vet school at Cornell University, where she received her degree as doctor of veterinary medicine in 1999. Upon coming to Maine she practiced at Boothbay Animal Hospital and Coastal Veterinary Care in Wiscasset for five years before taking on the ownership of Sunray Animal Clinic from Dr. Youmans in 2004. She is a former president of the Maine Veterinary Medical Association and continues to be active on the MVMA's executive board.

 

Anne lives in Harpswell with her husband Bob Norwood, her dogs (Glorfindel and Ariel), and cats (Tristan, Olorin, and Joey).

 

            

 


Dr. Christopher Norman:

Dr. Norman was born and raised in Brunswick and went on to attend the University of Maine, graduating in 1998 with a degree in Animal Science.  He then spent 10 years in Louisiana managing 2 of the 3 LSU dairy farms and making both some of the highest producing dairies in the state, despite discontinuing the use of artificial growth hormone!  During his cow years at LSU, he earned a Masters degree in lactation physiology/mastitis, and went on to graduate from LSU with his Doctorate of Veterinary medicine in 2009. He also learned how to make an amazing chicken and andouille gumbo.  From LSU, he went on to New Jersey where he completed a wonderful yet rigorously challenging internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Garden State Veterinary Specialists.  Most recently he was practicing in Bangor- he is excited about being closer to home and in his hometown after 15 years away.

 


Dr. Kathy Seymour:

 

Dr. Seymour is originally from New York. She attended Cornell University as an undergraduate, and graduated from Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1991. She has lived in Maine for ten years, and has been at Sunray Animal Clinic for nine years. She is married with two daughters aged 9 and 12. She has two cats, two dogs, two mice, and one rabbit. Her veterinary interests include internal medicine and small mammal medicine.

 

In her spare time Dr. Seymour acts as chauffeur for her kids and enjoys gardening, reading, playing with her pets, and watching "Glee."