Client Services Representatives
Diane is a retired nurse but loves spending her time doing the best post-retirement job ever- working with people and animals. Diane has been married (for a million years) to Russ, is a mom to two children, Emily and Josh, and a grandmom to five.
In her spare time, she enjoys tending to her farm and animals, including horses, donkeys, and peacocks. Diane is also passionate about reading, music, hiking, and gardening.
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Sidney grew up on a family farm in Vienna, Maine which began her love for animals. She started riding horses at a young age and had two horses of her own that competed in eventing. She worked at many barns in the state to get as much experience as she could, whether it was working as a show groom, trainer, or giving riding lessons. She worked in human medicine for many years until she decided to go back to her roots and work with animals.
In her free time, she enjoy hiking, archery, candle making, and riding horses. She currently live in Pittston with her fiancé, her dog, Iko, and two goats, Teddy and Donut.
Dr. Pomroy is originally from Newfoundland, Canada and has always been passionate about animals and their health and happiness. Since a very young age, she decided to become a veterinarian and spent her whole life working towards that goal. She grew up around many different types of animals and always had at least one pet, but usually many more! Her educational background includes completing a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Animal Science, at the Dalhousie Faculty of Agriculture, in Nova Scotia, Canada. She then went on to complete her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at the Atlantic Veterinary College of UPEI, in PEI, Canada. This is also where she met her husband, Brian, a Maine native who focuses on large animal medicine. During her education she began volunteering and working in veterinary medicine and with many different species of animals. Since 2008, she has worked with companion animals, food animals, and lots of wildlife. She began her career as a large animal veterinarian in 2019 in her home province of Newfoundland and Labrador.
She loved her experiences there but decided to focus more on small animal medicine to help create a better work-life balance. Her husband eventually convinced her to move across the border and put some roots down in the Pine Tree state. They reside in Waldo County with their young Belgian Malinois, Akela, and their old man kitty, Happy. They both are excited to add to their fur family as they start their journey creating a homestead. Dr. Pomroy loves spending time with her family near and far, being outdoors as much as possible, and travelling. She also enjoys cooking, playing guitar, and almost any type of live music! She is loving her new veterinary family here at Lakeside, as this is truly a unique and special place. Dr. Pomroy is looking forward to meeting you and your furry family members!
Dr. Vigue grew up on his families beef farm in Whitefield, Maine. He was a 2015 graduate of the University of Maine where he got is B.S. in Animal and Veterinary Sciences with a concentration in Pre-Veterinary Medicine. He went on to get his DVM from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, where he specialized in large animal medicine and surgery. Dr. Vigue brings to us a special interest in soft tissue surgery, animal nutrition, and general pet health. When he’s not at the clinic, he runs his own large animal mobile service. In his free time, he enjoys spending time outdoors with his partner, two Great Danes, and three horses.
Dr. Morin was born and raised in Maine. She graduated from the University of Maine with a Bachelors and Masters degree in Animal Science. She then graduated from Iowa State College of Veterinary Medicine in 2002, and has worked in and around central Maine ever since.
Licensed Veterinary Technician
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Client Services Representative
Tanya grew up in Skowhegan, Maine. Her first real job was a pet store from 1990-1996, before landing in the Veterinary field in 1999. She has worked at Lakeside Veterinary Clinic since October of 2004. Being a long-time animal lover, she’s had many pets over the years of all shapes and sizes. She has also been married since 1996 to a very patient man who lovingly endures her animal addiction.
Lead Veterinary Assistant
Cheryl started her career in Veterinary medicine as a kennel tech in 1989 after attending the University of Maine in Orono. She started as a Veterinarian Assistant in 1994 and has worked locally ever since. She joined the Lakeside family in 2004.
In her spare time, she enjoys the company of her miniature horses, Charlie and Callie, and competing in Agility Trials with her two dogs, Andee and Matrix.
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Licensed Veterinary Technician
Diane has been a Licensed Veterinary Technician for nearly 33 years, with the majority of those years having worked in her hometown of Skowhegan but welcomes her new beginnings at Lakeside Veterinary Clinic.
In the Veterinary field, Diane enjoys the many hats a technician can wear, but surgery, dental, laboratory, and client interactions are her favorites.
Diane considers herself to be a social butterfly and enjoys spending time with friends, family and meeting new people as much as possible. She has been an active member of the Skowhegan Lion’s Club since 1996, acted at Lakewood Theater in many productions, sang in her church choir for over 30 years, and has been involved in many community activities over the years.
Currently, her favorite activity is camping in Eustis with her husband, Roger, her boxer dog, Sophie, and two Persian cats- Norman B and Chucky Lee. Diane is also passionate about natural wellness by using essential oils for herself, pets, and family.
Morgan Davis was born and raised in New Jersey. She and her family made a lifelong dream move to Maine in March 2022 and shortly after joined the Lakeside team in April 2022. She enjoys reading, traveling to new places, and spending time with her husband and two children. Morgan family would not be complete with her three dogs, Moose, Bruno, and Bentley, and a cat named Baby Cat.
Andrew Gold, aka “Andee”, was born and raised in Central Maine. He has been a staple with the Lakeside family since December of 2009 where he established his role as “Office Manager”.
He takes his job very seriously. He is in charge of overseeing the happiness of the staff, is the resident client greeter, and most importantly, a grief counselor.
In his free time, he enjoys lounging, running his family, and most importantly training with his mom, Cheryl.
Up until his recent retirement, Andee had an amazing Agility career, where he competed and won many titles and all of his Championships.
Andee knows he is a beloved member of the Lakeside Family and enjoys coming in to do his job without question every day.