Dr. Todd Gauger
Dr. Gauger joined the Norway Veterinary Hospital as an associate veterinarian in June of 1988 following his graduation from Michigan State University's College of Veterinary Medicine. He also attended MSU for undergraduate studies receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in 1984. He returned to Maine to join the practice that his father, Dr. Charles Gauger, started in 1963. In the 1990's Dr. Gauger received advanced training in orthopedics and started a referral practice for area veterinarians – his areas of interest include fracture repair and joint surgery. The referrals currently serve over 50 Maine practices and several in New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts. Dr. Gauger currently resides in South Paris with his wife Kristen and their two children, Derek and Megan.
Dr. Kim Harker
Dr. Harker joined Norway Veterinary Hospital in 2003, when she moved to Maine from Massachusetts. She received her Bachelor's in Science from the University of Massachusetts. Dr. Harker earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Tennessee. Her interests include dental health. Dr. Harker resides in Naples with her husband, Brian, and their daughter, Katie. They live in their home with two dogs, Spencer and Daisy, along with four cats: Angel, Crash, Walter and Sam. In her free time Dr. Harker enjoys gardening, hiking and kayaking.
Dr. Amanda Warrington
Dr. Amanda Warrington joined the Norway Veterinary Hospital in June of 2007. She grew up in South Paris and graduated from OHCHS in 1999. Amanda worked at Norway Veterinary Hospital as a veterinary assistant during summers while in high school and college. After graduating from the University of Maine, summa cum laude, with a B.S. in Animal Science, she moved to Columbia, Missouri. She earned her DVM from the University of Missouri in 2007. Dr. Warrington currently lives in South Paris with her husband and dogs, Elliot (Rat Terrier Mix), and Olive (Rat Terrier).
Dr. Jennifer Keaten
Dr. Jennifer Keaten graduated from Iowa State University in 2013 and joined Norway Veterinary Hospital in April 2015 after working as a mixed animal veterinarian in southern New Hampshire for 2 years. She grew up in Fryeburg, Maine and is excited to return closer to home to practice. She lives in the Norway area with her husband, Dan, 4 dogs (a Corgi mix named Izzy, 2 Lab mixes named Kenya and Carley, and a Redbone Coonhound named Lucy) and 2 horses (a Percheron mare named Grace, and thoroughbred named Petey). She has a specific interest in veterinary dentistry. Aside from practicing veterinary medicine, she enjoys riding and driving her horses, hiking, running and gardening.
Dr. Sarah Doucette
Dr. Sarah Doucette developed her love for animals growing up with her Quarter horse 'Hunter'. She received her B.S. in Animal Science from the University of Maine, Orono, and went on to earn her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at The Ohio State University. Dr. Doucette joined the Norway Veterinary Hospital in November 2015, where her goal is providing compassionate care for her patients. She curently lives in Oxford with her fiance Greg, their dogs Timber and Gunner, Stormy the cat, and several chickens.
Dr. Renee Landry
Dr. Renee Landry is a 2018 graduate of The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Medicine, a part of the University of Edinburgh. She grew up in Acton Maine and is excited to return to her home state to be near family and friends. Renee has interests in both veterinary dentistry and exotic animal medicine. She has in the past worked with a wide variety of pet and zoo animals as a veterinary technician in Massachusetts. When not practicing veterinary medicine, she enjoys traveling, rock climbing, photography and cooking with home grown produce from her parents small farm.