About Court Street Vet
Compassionate Progressive Exceptional Veterinary Care
Court Street Vet has been a locally owned small animal hospital in Keene, New Hampshire for over 34 years!
We work hard to provide you and your pets with exceptional veterinary care, delivered by compassionate people, at affordable prices.
We are extremely proud of our team; this hospital is a positive an dynamic environment! Our nurses have decades of collective expertise and spend every day making your pets feel safe and loved during their vet visits. Our doctors offer a wide breadth of experiences: from practicing medicine in far-flung corners of the world, to critical care training, to advanced training in surgical and ultrasound scanning techniques. Come meet our team, we’re always accepting new patients!
Court Street Veterinary Hospital aims to provide the best care and medical services to our clients and patients in support of the ever-improving “Human Animal Bond”. We work hard to cultivate a positive, fear-free environment for your pets; we know that going to the doctor can be stressful and scary! Court Street Veterinary hospital combines the latest advances in veterinary medicine with highly trained compassionate staff, resulting in the delivery of brilliant care and excellent customer service. Our doctors work hard to stay abreast of upcoming treatments and technologies, which translates into medical and surgical services for your animals that go above and beyond. Our hospital motto is “We Can Do That”, by the way of compassion, progressive care, and exceptional medicine.
We highly value the relationships, trust, and goodwill we have with our clients; we will work tirelessly to honor it through this phase of retirement and new beginnings.
Dr. Sabrina Estabrook-Russett, BVM&S, MRCVS
Dr. Russett is a graduate of the University of Edinburgh’s Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies in Scotland. She is a member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (MRCVS), the AVMA, and the NH-VMA. She purchased Court Street Veterinary Hospital in the summer of 2018, and is excited to lead this amazing practice while improving technology and animal care.
Dr. Russett immensely enjoys the challenges and dynamic nature of small animal general practice. She has traveled the world to participate in foreign veterinary projects including offering medical and rehabilitation care to an orphaned White Rhinoceros in South Africa, and performing surgical procedures for street dogs and cats in Sri Lanka. She also spent a year practicing in interior Alaska, hundreds of miles away from the nearest referral center or specialty hospital. It is this combination of experiences that shaped her into a highly motivated and confident veterinarian and surgeon. Dr. Russett’s professional interests include orthopedic and soft tissue surgery and supporting the Court Street Vet staff in continued professional development.
Dr. Kim Allsopp, DVM
Dr. Allsopp jointed Court Street Veterinary Hospital in 2018. She earned her undergraduate degree from Cornell University, and then spent a year working in a zoo before relocating to North Carolina. She found herself living 2 years in Edinburgh, Scotland where she formed a fast friendship with Dr. Russett while attending the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies. She was drawn back to the States and completed her veterinary degree at Oregon State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Allsopp has spent the past several years working at a busy small animal and equine practice in Oregon, before deciding to relocate back East.
Her professional interests include preventative medicine, internal medicine, small animal ultrasound, soft tissue surgery and geriatric wellness. She is a member of the AVMA, NHVMA, and is working towards her Fear-Free practitioner certification.
Dr. Kathryn Miller, DVM
Dr. Miller grew up on a small farm in Indiana where she developed a love for animals at a young age. She earned her undergraduate degree in Animal Science at the University of New Hampshire and then went on to obtain her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Cornell University in 2009. Following graduation from veterinary school, Dr. Miller moved to Phoenix, Arizona where she completed a rotating small animal internship at the Emergency Animal Clinic, PLC (now Arizona Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Center). Dr. Miller worked as a staff veterinarian at the Emergency Animal Clinic’s five locations for seven years. During that time, she also enjoyed various other roles including managing a feline blood donor program and mentoring veterinary interns and externs. In 2016, Dr. Miller transitioned from emergency and critical care medicine to a general practice in Gilbert, Arizona where she immensely loved having longer term relationships with her patients and their pet parents. In 2018, Dr. Miller and her family returned to New England to enjoy its four seasons and be closer to family.
Dr. Miller’s professional interests include Fear-Free practice, pain control, preventative medicine, internal medicine, and emergency medicine. Dr. Miller is Fear Free certified and is also a member of AVMA and VVMA (Vermont Veterinary Medical Association). Outside of work, Dr. Miller loves being active and spending time outdoors with her husband and their
two toddlers. Her family also includes two cats, Celia and Sully. Celia has been with Dr. Miller since veterinary school and is constantly nursing and mothering all of the Millers. Sully joined the Miller household in 2011 after getting caught in a gutter in downtown Phoenix. He is a free spirit and great at generating laughter!
Molly Miller (Receptionist)
Molly is new to our team, and we absolutely love having her on board! She has adored animals her whole life but has only recently been afforded the opportunity to break into this exciting field. Molly is proving to be a star player at managing the madness that can sometimes occur in a hospital lobby, and she does it all with an excellent attitude. Molly lives in Alstead with her husband and two children, and they are hoping to expand their brood with a new four-legged friend soon
Tara Potter (Receptionist)
Tera grew up in Boston, MA happily surrounded by family pets bTara Potterefore moving to New Hampshire to raise her three sons with all manner of pets at home. She recently merged her background in human Healthcare and Administration with her life-long love of animals when she joined Court Street Vet in 2020.
Tara has become a fixture of our compassionate caring front desk team ever since! When not at work she can be found either on stage pursuing her love of acting and performing arts, or in front of it enjoying live theatre and music. Tara currently lives in Keene where her 75lb. rescue dog, Milo, kindly shares his home with her.
Paige Massie (Receptionist)
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Jennifer Davis, B.S., (Head Veterinary Nurse, CVT, Fear Free Certified)
Jen is a Certified Veterinary Nurse and has worked with Court Street Vet for over 12 years! She pursued a job in this field because she’s loved animals all her life. She lives in Winchester with her husband, and a farm filled with creatures. When at home you will find Jen working with her animals or in the garden; she also enjoys horses and horseback riding.
Jen takes great pleasure in advocating for animals and truly enjoys helping owners understand the needs of their pets. She has a special love for our feline friends and will be pursuing continuing education to ensure our clinic can be come a Feline Friendly Practice, as we work to pursue membership with the American Association of Feline Practitioners. She has also spear-headed our Class IV Laser Therapy program and is looking forward to educating clients about the benefits of Laser therapy. She is happy to help answer any questions you may have!
Deb Gode, M.P.A. (Veterinary Nurse, CVT)
Deb is a certified Veterinary Nurse and was an integral part of the Court Street Vet team for over 18 years. Deb retired from veterinary nursing in 2020, though she still works tirelessly as the chief operator and director of Winchester Wildlife Rehab Center.
Deb’s love of animals began years ago when she found and rescued a starving opossum. She has since developed such an expertise in her field that she went on to co-author the textbook Wild Baby Animals, which serves as an invaluable resource for practitioners in the field.
Find more information about Winchester Wildlife Rehabilitation Center below, and if you’re ever in need of help with an injured or orphaned squirrel or skunk, don’t hesitate to contact her!
Sue Ferrera, B.A. (Veterinary Nurse)
Sue grew up in Framingham, MA having a variety of pets she loved along the way. She now lives in Winchester with her husband, two children, and two cats; Jasper and Ash. In her spare time, Sue enjoys Volunteering at the Winchester Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, spending time with her family, and trips to the ocean.
Sue joined our hospital in March of 2017 and has quickly endeared herself to our family. Her gentle nature and compassion for animals allows her to help them feel safe and cared for. She appreciates that each day at the hospital is different and challenging, but rewarding at the same time. She enjoys working with her Court Street Vet team, who shares her love of animals and desire to do what is best for them. Sue earned her degree in Veterinary Nursing through Penn Foster College; She enjoys working with your pets, and her Court Street Vet team, who share her love of animals and desire to do what is best for them.
Courtney (Veterinary Assistant)
Courtney joined the team in December of 2018. She grew up in Richmond, NH with animals always a part of her life. She entered the animal care field in 2013, working for a Maltese/Yorkie Breeder. A year later she moved onto a doggy daycare/boarding job at the Monadnock Humane Society. She was then promoted to administrative assistant, where one of her tasks was to take photos of the shelter animals to help them find their forever homes! Courtney moved to Louisiana for a year and decided she couldn’t handle the heat. Courtney is very proud to be a part of Court Street Vet’s wonderful team. When she is not chasing after her daughter at home, she enjoys photography and creating crafty projects. Courtney also enjoys keeping up on her music skills by practicing with her multiple instruments. She enjoys being able to make clients smile and patients wag their tails or purr happily.
Tia Surles (Veterinary Assistant)
Tia joined Court Street Vet in June of 2020 and is excited to be part of such a compassionate team. Tia’s laughter and enthusiasm are infectious, and she often reminds our patients that going to the vet can still be fun!
She is currently earning her degree in Veterinary Nursing though the Penn Foster College technician program. Tia lives in Swanzey with her significant other, Austin, as well as her rabbit, Lola and golden retriever, Tucker. In her spare time she enjoys distance running, photography, and home improvement projects.
Alissa Devost (Veterinary Assistant)
Alissa joined Court Street Vet in August of 2020, after working at a doggy daycare and boarding facility for over 4 years. Alissa’s experience and naturally calm demeanour are great tools for supporting our most nervous patients! She is currently earning her degree in Veterinary Nursing through the Penn Foster College technician program.
On her days off Alissa spends time with her two dogs, two cats, and bearded dragon.
Sarah Schadler (Veterinary Assistant)
Bio Coming Soon!