Eran Shemer, DVM — Chief of Staff
Dr. Shemer, Chief of Staff, has been with North Windham Animal Hospital since 2011. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from St. George's University after completing clinical training at Cornell University. Dr. Shemer is passionate about veterinary medicine and has a genuine love for animals, big and small; he sees dogs, cats and exotics.
While providing personal and compassionate care, Dr. Shemer continuously strives to keep the hospital on the cutting edge of medical advances. He has a special interest in surgery, internal medicine, and ultrasound. With unflagging enthusiasm, he values the chance to help animals and make positive changes in the lives of pet owners.
Dr. Shemer resides in Storrs with his wife, two young children, and dog companion of the last 15 years, Shirly. In his free time, he enjoys cycling, hiking, and spending time with his family.
Dianne Beal, DVM
Dr. Beal originally hails from upstate New York and earned an undergraduate degree from the College of St. Rose in Albany. She received a DVM degree from Iowa State University and completed a portion of her training in the United Kingdom. Following graduation, Dr. Beal completed a small animal internship at Regional Veterinary Referral Center in Springfield, Virginia and has worked locally in small animal practice since returning to her home in Connecticut. While she enjoys many aspects of veterinary medicine, she has a soft spot for the older patients and has an interest in dermatology.
Dr. Beal now resides in North Stonington with her husband Clayton, her beloved hound Dobby, and her black and white cat Holstein. In her spare time, she enjoys the outdoors, belly dance, ballroom dance, good books and movies, and making and selling jewelry. Dr. Beal is thrilled to join the team at North Windham Animal Hospital and looks forward to meeting and being of service to our clients and their beloved pets.
Kathleen-Marie Clark, DVM
Dr. Clark joined the North Windham Animal Hospital team in August 2015. She received an undergraduate degree from Cornell University before attending Cornell's College of Veterinary Medicine, earning a DVM degree. Dr. Clark founded and owned her own veterinary practice in Newington, CT for 16 years and has also worked as a relief veterinarian throughout Connecticut. She has a special interest in working with rabbits and guinea pigs.