Welcome Dr. Susan Meaney

We are excited to welcome Dr. Susan Meaney to our veterinary team. “As a growing practice, we were searching for someone with similar beliefs and core values. The addition of Dr. Meaney’s experience in general practice will contribute to our devoted team.” said Dr. Jeff Rockwell, practice owner.

Dr. Meaney has been a general practitioner on the North Shore for 12 years. She grew up on the North Shore and has settled in Beverly with her son Jack and her four legged family members: Lieben, her German Shepherd and Mary, her cat. Dr. Meaney loves to hike, ski and spend time outdoors. She even spent a few months camping on Cape Cod trapping small animals (raccoon, skunk, squirrels, red fox …) for a research-based wildlife Rabies Vaccination Project. Dr. Meaney also works very closely with the Great Dane Service Dog Project located in Ipswich, MA.


Dr. Meaney graduated in 2000 from Tufts University with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and a Bachelor of Arts in English with a minor in poetry. Dr. Meaney graduated from Tufts University School of Veterinary

Medicine in 2005. Prior to going to Tufts she worked locally as a veterinary technician/assistant.

 

During vet school, Dr. Meaney spent a summer in Nairobi, Kenya working on a research grant helping orphans with AIDS and studying the pathogenesis and immune response of HIV. One of Dr. Sue’s favorite quotes; when asked, how she does such great things, she answered; “I don’t do great things. I do small things with great love.” –Mother Theresa.

 

Dr. Meaney is taking new clients and is available for appointments throughout the week and every fourth Saturday.

 

Call now for an appointment 781-631-8881 or stop in to meet Dr. Meaney at 10 Ocean Avenue, Marblehead. The hospital is open Monday through Friday, 8 AM to 7 PM and Saturday, 9 AM to 1 PM.