Dr. Jenn Copp
I grew up in North Yarmouth and went to Greely High School. I went to undergrad at the University of Maine, Orono, and then veterinary school in Minnesota. After graduation, I completed a rotating internship in Massachusetts (New England Animal Medical Center). I stayed on as a staff veterinarian in the ER/ICU after completion and helped mentor other interns. Once my husband and I decided we wanted to start a family we came back to Maine. I worked in the ER/ICU at Maine Veterinary Medical Center (MVMC) from 2014-2019. I decided to move into general practice after 8 years in emergency medicine and it has been one of the most rewarding decisions of my life!I truly hope as we get to know each other, you will see that I prioritize your relationship with your pets and advocate for them in any way that I can. I enjoy client education and empowering you to make the best decisions for your pet and family. I have always said and will continue to practice with the motto “I treat them like they are my own.”
Dr. Nellie Savage
Dr. Savage grew up in Southwest Harbor, Maine. After attending Middlebury College in Vermont, she lived in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and returned to New England to attend veterinary school at Tufts University. Dr. Savage is an avid outdoor person and greatly enjoys spending time with her kids, dogs, cats, chickens, bearded dragon and fish. She has a deep love and commitment to both the animals she sees and the clients she has known for the 14 years she practiced veterinary medicine at Brackett Street Vet Clinic in Portland. Nellie is well known as a compassionate and caring doctor as well as a skilled surgeon. We are very excited to have Dr. Savage join us, knowing she will offer so much to the clients and community of greater Cumberland.
Dr. Kate Ferrell
Dr. Ferrell grew up on an island in Casco Bay. After obtaining her undergraduate degree from New York University, she came back to Maine and worked as a veterinary assistant at a specialty hospital in Portland. This experience solidified her desire to attend veterinary school. Along with her husband, she traveled to England and earned her veterinary degree from the Royal Veterinary College. Upon graduation, she returned to her roots and subsequently practiced veterinary medicine at a small animal clinic in Portland. Dr. Ferrell enjoys reading with her two boys, watching movies and exploring the beach.