Robyn started her career in veterinary medicine in 1986 with the opening of Norwich Small Animal Clinic. She managed that hospital until 2000 when Norwich Small Animal Clinic and Mason & O'Keefe Veterinary Associates merged to form Pet Street Station Animal Hospital. She has managed Pet Street Station since its opening in 2000.
Robyn received her Bachelor of Science in Animal Nutrition from Washington State University and a Master of Science in Animal Nutrition/Biochemistry from the University of Alaska, Fairbanks.
Robyn enjoys the diversity of her job and being able to problem solve. You might find her on a ladder, doing accounts, giving a bath, painting, counseling staff or clients, shoveling or maintain the landscaping. She changes “hats” as needed.
Robyn has 2 sons, Kevin and Jason, and 2 grandchildren. She enjoys outdoor sports, traveling, gardening, reading and hiking. She is the lead adaptive ski instructor of amputees at Greek Peak and she is a 2nd degree black belt. She and her husband, Mike, have 2 dogs, Zoey, adopted from the hospital, and Gussie Girl, a 16-year old Jack Russell.