Leah J. Greenberger, DVM/Owner
Long ago in a small town in Pennsylvania a toddler rode on her bouncy horse and proudly told everyone she was going to be a "horse doctor" when she grew up. That little girl never lost sight of that goal. She earned her undergraduate degree and then her doctor of veterinary medicine in 1992 from Cornell University and is Dr. Leah Greenberger. Her path took her to Maryland and then Virginia where she operated a successful small animal practice in a rural area near Norfolk. Along the way she rescued, fostered, and adopted a legion of dogs and cats and developed her love of birds, reptiles, and other exotic animals. She never lost her love for horses and riding. When she moved to Massachusetts in 1999, she practiced emergency and critical care veterinary medicine throughout the area. These specialties developed her skills as a diagnostician and exposed her to a wide variety of medical experiences. Dr. Leah brings all of her background, love of animals, and experience to Belchertown Veterinary Hospital. She still retains her interest in emergency medicine and her longtime love of exotic animal medicine.
Education / Experience
Graduated from Cornell University
Over 26 years of emergency medical experience
Previously owned and operated a successful small animal practice in Virginia
Susan B. Cleary, DVM
Dr. Susan Cleary received her undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College and then received her doctorate of veterinary medicine (DVM) from Cornell University. She also completed a post-doctorate veterinary internship at the University of Illinois and served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Morocco. She lives with her son, Biruk, a poodle mix named Alice (and missing her beloved pup Tosca), a rescued Abyssinian cat named Summer, two ferrets named Conrad and Saxon, and a Russian Tortoise. In her spare time, she enjoys exploring ponds and marshes in a small wooden boat she carries on top of her car. She and Dr. Leah have worked together for over a decade. She has many years of experience caring for pets and has a special fondness for house rabbits and geriatric cats. Dr. Cleary brings her extensive experience, compassionate care, and interest in dogs, cats, and small mammal medicine to Canterbury Tails & Belchertown Veterinary Hospital.
Graduated from Cornell University
Completed a veterinary internship at University of Illinois
Served as a Peace Corp volunteer in Morocco
Amber Cull-Fournier, DVM
Dr. Amber Cull-Fournier grew up in Massachusetts and earned her B.S. in Biology from Bay Path University. She started her doctorate at Ross University in the Caribbean and then headed to the midwest to complete her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) from Iowa State University in 2009. She is also currently working towards a Master's degree in Public Health from Bay Path University. She lives with her two kids & three cats: DW (Don't Worry), Belle Spawn, & P2 (Periscope). She enjoys spending time with her family and gardening in her spare time. She has worked in various companion animal practices in Massachusetts and at mixed animal practice in Maine. Dr. Amber sees dogs & cats and has a particular interest in preventative & feline medicine. She is excited to join the team at Canterbury Tails & Belchertown Vet and meet your pets.
(Pictured with Dr. Amber is Canterbury's own newborn tortiose Autumn)
Graduated from Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine
Studying for a Masters in Public Health from Bay Path University.
Jennifer Kenworthy, DVM
VA-MD Regional College of Veterinary Medicine
Amanda, Practice Manager (Belchertown)
Meet Amanda! Amanda joined the Belchertown team in February 2022. Amanda is stationed at our Belchertown location. Amanda comes to us as an experienced practice manager and veterinary technician. Prior to veterinary medicine she spent many years as a financial analyst, and licesned EMT. Amanda is a breeder and handler of english mastiffs. She is particulary fond of her 242lb boy Mac who enjoys working as a therapy dog. In her free time she enjoys working out, and spending time with her 2 kids and 3 dogs.
Jennifer, Practice Manager (Canterbury)
Jennifer joined our team in March 2020. She is stationed at our partner clinic Canterbury Tails Veterinary Clinic. Jen is a Connecticut native who graduated from the University of Connecticut in 2009 with a B.S in Animal Science and a minor in Sociology. She comes to us with over 15+ years of experience as a Veterinary Technician and a Veterinary Technician Coordinator. Jen is a lover of basset hounds. In her free time she enjoys county fairs, card crafting, and spending time with her nieces. Jen is the proud owner of rescues Loki, a tortoiseshell cat, and Ophelia, a giant american chinchilla rabbit.
University of Connecticut, Animal Science B.S
Veterinary Technician Coordinator
Anna, Veterinary Technician
Anna joined our team in April 2021. She went to Greenfield Community College and has worked at three hospitals in Western Mass as an assistant and then as a technician. She chose to go into the veterinary field at 19 and has been loving it for almost 8 years. Anna particularly likes assisting with surgery, dental procedures, and of course cuddling with all patients, big and small. On days off you can find her hiking, reading, and hanging out with her now 6 year old bottle baby cats, Pluto and Adi.
Greenfield Community College, Veterinary Technology
Chelsea, Veterinary Technician
Meet Chelsea. Chelsea joined our team in 2020. Chelsea is a very talented individual, she is crossed trained as both a receptionist, and a veterinary technician. Chelsea has a particular interest in our feline friends. She enjoys educating owners, and providing exceptional care. She is the proud owner of two cats, Summer and Maya.
James, Veterinary Assistant
James joined our team in January 2022. James spent his previous years working in academia, and as a caretaker for special needs dogs. It was here James found his passion for wanting to work with pets in a health care setting. In his free time, James is an avid musician, who enjoys making music, and watching movies with his partner and their cat Berman.
Bachelor's Degree from the University of Connecticut
Kayte, Veterinary Assistant
Kayte joined our team in January 2022. Kayte is a trained clinical pathology histotechnician. She is an avid lover of Bulie breeds, and senior cats. She has spent many years volunteereing with the Birmingham Bullie Rescue and hospice cats. Kayte is also a certifed massage therapist. When not caring for your four legged friends she enjoys hiking, cooking, going to the movies, and spending time with her family.
Associate's degree from University of Alabama
American Society for Clinical Pathology- Histotechnician certified
Susan Allan, Receptionist
Susan joined our team in February 2016. She previously worked in the human medical field but her love of animals drew her to work in the veterinary field. She is a Native Vermonter who now lives in Belchertown with her husband, three dogs, three cats, a chinchilla and chickens too numerous to count. Susan's favorite animals are the down-trodden ones no one else wants. Her dream is to win the lottery and open a huge rescue! Besides her animals Susan loves to garden and restore furniture into pieces of art.
Castleton State College, Vermont
Christine joined our team in December 2021. Christine works at both our Belchertown and Ware locations. She comes to us with over 20 plus years of experience in the banking industry and a B.S from Penn State in Behavioral Science. Christine and her husband are residents of West Brookfield. She is wonderful mother to her three kids and three dogs. In her free time, she enjoys going to the beach and attending concerts.
Penn State, B.S in Behavioral Science
Sarah joined our team in Septemeber 2021. She is a Belchertown native and graduated from the University of New England with a B.S in Animal Behavior. During her undergrad she studied abroad in Morocco, during which she spent time volunteering with a local animal shelter. Sarah enjoys traveling and spending time outdoors in the warm weather.
University of New England, B.S in Animal Behavior
Niki joined our team in April 2022. She comes to us as an experienced veterinary front office coordinator with a background in both large and small animal care. After years spent working with horses in a variety of positions she decided to focus on her love of veterinary medicine startting with emergency and moving into general practice. When note working Niki enjoys caring for her 4 horses, 2 dogs, 3 cats, and a spunky kitten; she also has a flock of registerred Shetland Sheep that she breeds and shows.
Front Office Coordinator
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