We work to keep your pet healthy for as long as possible and to treat it appropriately when it is sick. Our approach is a partnership between you and us. Meet your partners:
Dr. Sarah Murawski, Veterinarian and Owner
Dr. Sarah Murawski brings a wealth of experience to her practice. Having always had a love of animals, she studied Animal Science at the University of Vermont, where she graduated with honors. She earned her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine with honors at Texas A&M, among the nation’s top veterinary schools.
Her first position was with a general practice in Colchester, Vermont. Dr. Murawski then practiced emergency medicine for 10 years in Burlington, Vermont, and Lebanon, New Hampshire. For five of those years, she also was the surgeon for VT-VAN, a spay and neuter clinic in Middlesex, where she performed over 14,000 surgeries.
Dr. Murawski lives in Randolph with her husband, Matt, and their children Evelyn, Maia, and Nathan. They share their home with a cats CTC and Butch, Dogs Doug and Kevin, and often a flock of chickens and a couple beef steers.
Active in her community, Dr. Murawski has been a member of the Randolph Elementary School Board and an organizer and coach for Randolph Youth Soccer.
Candace Dague, Veterinary Technician
Candace has been a Veterinary Technician since graduating in 2006 from Vermont Technical College with a degree in Veterinary Technology. She has a keen interest in animal behavior and honed her training skills with Jake, her adopted rescue dog, whose behavior needed attention.
Candace greets pets at our hospital door with lots of treats and attention, and she takes the extra time to make sure nervous animals feel as comfortable as possible here. She is always willing to share her insights into training and behavior issues.
On leave from veterinary medicine a few years ago, Candace pursued her other passion: baking. She studied L’Art de la Patisserie at The French Pastry School in Chicago and did a stint as the deli manager at Tewskbury’s Corner Store in Randolph. When not at the hospital, Candace continues to bake and sell pastries--and to train her beloved Jake.