At Conway Veterinary Hospital, our entire team is committed to offer our patients and their families the highest level of compassionate care.​ Led by Dr. Sheri Cassell, our team includes an experienced, dedicated team of vet techs and support staff. You can always depend on us to treat your pets with gentle care and dignity.

Ongoing education and training is an integral part of this practice. Trained at our facility and through ongoing continuing education programs, our tech team is proficient in a variety of areas including pet nutrition, administration of anesthesia, surgical assisting and monitoring, dentistry, intravenous and subcutaneous fluid administration, critical care, phlebotomy and radiology. They and our support staff are knowledgeable about the products and services we provide, and they rise to the challenge daily to help our patients and their families.

We're here to help, from your first appointment with a new pet to maximizing your pet's health and well-being, to providing support, counseling and care as your pet ages.


Dr. Sheri Cassell - Owner

After graduating from the University of Georgia, College of Veterinary Medicine in 1997, I moved to New Hampshire, and felt at home right away. I first lived and worked in the Seacoast area, and would come to the Mt. Washington Valley to play. In 2006, when the opportunity arose to take over this practice, I jumped at it—and every day I'm so glad that I did. I love veterinary medicine because I'm able to help animals live longer and happier lives with the people who love them. Although my areas of special interest include surgery and dentistry, I really love that every day I see something new and I 'm learning constantly. It's important to me to get to know each pet and its family as this enables me to respect that relationship and better provide what is needed. I spend my time away from CVH with my fabulous family enjoying all the fun the Valley has to offer.


Dr. Cheryl Cullion - DVM

After graduating from the University of Illinois with a BS in Zoology in 1977, Dr. Cheryl Cullion began her animal career as a zookeeper. Inspired by the animals she worked with, she enrolled and completed her Veterinary Degree at Tufts University in MA in 1990. She has practiced medicine in a variety of settings, including several zoos, animal shelters and of course small animal practices. As a passionate nature lover, Dr. Cullion moved to Conway to be closer to the mountains and began working at Conway Veterinary Hospital in 2013. She feels that Conway Veterinary Hospital is a very special place and enjoys practicing medicine in such a compassionate and intimate environment. She has an interest in animal behavior and environmental enrichment. She resides in Conway with her sweet dog Curtis.


Practice Manager

Shelly is the Practice Manager at Conway Veterinary Hospital and been with the practice since 2006. Originally, she is from Connecticut and moved to the beautiful White Mountains in 1998. Prior to working at Conway Veterinary Hospital, she was a service coordinator for people with varying abilities. She has both a love for people and pets. She has the greatest dog in the world named Rockett. His past is as sketchy as his age. He's a mix between a circus dog and a sneaky detective. Shelly also has the greatest kid in the world named Beckett who is a mixture of sweet and salty. When Shelly is not  working with the wonderful team at Conway Veterinary Hospital, she is either chasing Rockett or her son, Beckett. 



Angie had lived in Lovell, Me for 25 years before recently moving to Center Conway and joining the team at Conway Veterinary Hospital in 2016. She has 3 children and her first grandchild was born in November 2016! She loves the Boston teams- especially the Bruins and the Patriots! She has 3 wonderful children and 2 wonderful grandchildren.


Licensed Veterinary Technichian

Loving farm life and animal nursing from early on, Gina wanted to make a difference in all animals lives.
Graduating with honors from an AVMA accredited program in New York exposed her to diversity in working with animals from small to large & exotics to non-human primates.
Working up the coast since 2013 she decided to settle in the Conway area. She attends continuing education through Veterinary lectures in Portland, studies Anthroposophy, Homeopathy and rides horses when she
can find time.


Veterinary Technichian

Liz has always been around animals and thought she wanted to go to school to become a nurse but she decided animals are much cooler to work with! 
When Liz is not working she’s riding horses. Liz owns two horses, Xena and Dolce and hopes to become a Grand Prix show jumper.


Licensed Veterinary Technician

Melanie is originally from Hope Valley, RI and graduated with a B.S. in Kinesiology from the University of Rhode Island in 2004.  She has worked in veterinary practices in New Hampshire and Maine since 2007.  Melanie graduated with an A.S. in Veterinary Technology from Great Bay Community College and became a licensed veterinary technician in 2010.  When she is not at the veterinary hospital she enjoys fostering kittens and is usually playing a sport (hockey, softball, snowboarding) or watching a sport (Patriots, Red Sox, Bruins).

Veterinary Technician

Kellie is from Lakewood, CAbut moved to Massachusetts to persue a degree in Veterinary Science at Becker College (mainly focusing on large animals). Wanting to expand her career she started working at small animal hospitals. She is currently working towards her Technician license but during her spare time she spends it with her family and three dogs.