Amy Dwyer, DVM
Dr. Dwyer grew up in northern New Jersey and received her bachelor’s degree in Cellular and Molecular Biology from Haverford College in Pennsylvania in 1996. After taking one year off to work as a veterinary technician at a busy emergency clinic in NJ, she enrolled at Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1997. She graduated from vet school in 2001, and has been practicing small animal medicine in Rhode Island ever since.
Dr. Dwyer’s professional interests include internal medicine, pain management, compassionate end-of-life comfort care, and supporting and strengthening the remarkable human-animal bond shared by her clients and patients.
She is very excited to have joined our team and is interested in finding the time to pursue certification in acupuncture in the future. When not at work, Dr. Dwyer enjoys spending time with her husband and their two boys, and can often be found on the baseball and soccer fields cheering them on. She and her human family are graciously allowed to share the home of four rescue cats (Henry, Emily, Lucy, and the newest addition, Frannie) as long as they remember to cater to their every wish and desire.