Rebecca Sevy, DVM
Dr. Rebecca Sevy joined VAH in 2012 after completing a rotating small animal internship at Burlington Emergency Veterinary Specialists (BEVS) in Williston. Dr. Becca attended The University of Vermont as an undergrad with a major in animal science. Participating in UVM’s Cooperative for Real Education in Agricultural Management (CREAM) program cemented her dedication to veterinary medicine. She obtained her veterinary degree in 2011 from Western University of Health Sciences in Southern California.
Enjoying all aspects of companion animals lead her to pursue a general veterinary practice focus. She loves it all every day, particularly internal medicine, preventative health and pain relief management.
Attending UVM introduced Dr. Becca to Vermont and everything it has to offer. The state has just the right mix of environments – rural and city, companion animals, natural food, and friendly people. Her love stuck with her as she traveled to California, Colorado, and returned again after finishing vet school.
Dr. Becca lives in Charlotte with her husband Bryan, a dairy herdsman for a farm in Ferrisburgh. They have two young boys, Camden and Emmett, who love to visit the clinic. Along with some of Bryan’s cows, her dog Bree and cat Millie round out their family. Bree is a lovable mixed breed from the Franklin County Humane Society. Millie is a scared-y cat, part feral from the streets of California.
When not at the animal hospital, Dr. Becca enjoys to run, play with her boys and Bree, hike, read, and cook. Or maybe more accurately, eat yummy food!