Newfane vet joins humane society

Torcoletti has done volunteer work in the Dominican Republic, Tanzania, and Native American reservations in the Dakotas.

BRATTLEBORO - Windham County Humane Society announced that Dr. Tara Torcoletti is the new veterinarian, taking over the position from Dr. Michelle Martino. Martino was the first veterinarian on staff, working two days a week at WCHS and three at the Monadnock Humane Society. She has accepted a full-time position at MHS. WCHS is deeply grateful for her service and wishes her all the best.
Torcoletti will work two days a week providing veterinary care, including spay and neuter, to shelter animals and publicly owned pets as part of the Pet Care Assistance program. She received her DVM from Colorado State in 2003 and has worked for many years at West River Valley Veterinary Services, in Newfane, where she will continue to work a few days a week.
Torcoletti is a certified animal acupuncturist and a level two animal cruelty investigator. She is the perfect combination of compassion and knowledge and staff are delighted to welcome her to the team.
Torcoletti enjoys volunteering and has traveled to the Dominican Republic, Tanzania, and Native American reservations in the Dakotas to provide spay and neuter and rabies vaccines.
She shares her home with three cats and enjoys the outdoors, biking, hiking, kayaking, and snowboarding. She looks forward to helping the people and pets of Windham County.

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