Dr. Caroline Pinsky graduated from the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University in 1999. She began working at Wayland Animal Clinic in 2005, later purchasing the practice from Dr. Purbaugh in 2010. In addition to the animal hospital, Caroline cares for her own large pack of pets at home. Her two dogs, Kraken and Mungus, are joined by MoMo the African Grey parrot and four cats: Benny, Blue, Goat and Paul. In addition to her four-legged and feathered family members, Caroline is also raising three house gorillas (commonly known as “children”), and enjoys her spare time reading, hiking with her dogs and spending time with her family.
After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 1978, Dr. Terry Purbaugh went on to work at Wayland Animal Clinic in 1984, and owned the practice for almost three decades before handing the reins over to Caroline. When he’s not providing care for the animals at Wayland Animal Clinic, Terry enjoys spending time with his three cats and two Labradors. He can also be found outside the clinic fishing, boating and enjoying time on the Cape.
Dr. Jacque Warner comes to Wayland Animal Clinic after working at several small animal and exotic veterinary practices in the greater Boston area. She is originally from Towson, MD, but she migrated to Massachusetts to pursue an undergraduate degree in marine biology from Boston University. Dr. Warner graduated from the Tufts University Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine in 1999. She has a passion for exotic animals, and shares her home with 2 birds, 3 lizards, a rabbit, a newt, and some fish. In her down time, she enjoys gardening and spending time with her husband and 2 kids.
Deb Lynn has been with the Wayland Animal Clinic since 1993, after graduating from the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University the previous year. Outside the clinic, Deb has an Australian Shepherd named Scarlett, and Sam, an African Gray parrot. When she’s not spending time with them, Deb enjoys figure skating and bird watching.
Dr. Lee Winer grew up right here in Wayland, and then traveled to Australia to get her veterinary degree at the University of Sydney. She graduated in 2011 and began working at Wayland Animal Clinic in 2013. When Lee is not at the clinic she will most likely be outside running, hiking, snowboarding or playing field hockey. Lee has a beloved cat Nemo, who has dual US/ Australian citizenship.
Dr. Emily Bellemare joined Wayland Animal Clinic in 2016 bringing her extensive experience in general and emergency veterinary care as well as her special interests in soft tissue surgery, abdominal ultasonography and preventative medicine. Dr. Bellemare lives in Weston with her husband, toddler twins (ack!) and her cat, Cricket. When she’s not healing animals, Emily enjoys traveling, jogging, yoga, snowboarding and being outdoors.