Dr. Nicole Sabo - Founder,
Board of Directors
Dr. Nicole Sabo obtained her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from The Ohio State University in 2008. After graduation, she spent three years of intensive training at specialty and teaching hospitals with a focus on general medicine, surgery and emergency medicine.
Dr. Sabo has been in general practice the last 5 years at traditional veterinary hospitals in New York and Connecticut, where she witnessed firsthand the difficulties loving pet owners can face transporting their pets to the veterinary office.
Dr. Sabo came up with a simple solution: by providing low cost veterinary care in the comfort of home, she is able to provide quality veterinary care conveniently and with less stress for both pet and owner.
Dr. Dinan received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Ohio State University in 2008. After graduation, she completed a small animal internship at two large specialty hospitals in the greater Chicago area. Dr. Dinan is a certified veterinary acupuncturist and herbalist and completed her training at the Chi Institute, a world-renowned institute for Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. Following her acupuncture certification, she has also completed an advanced acupuncture course and a course on evidence based Chinese medicine. Dr. Dinan is a certified canine rehabilitation practitioner and completed her studies at The University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Dinan enjoys the challenge of working with clients to develop an integrative plan to treat patients with acute and chronic disease. In particular, she enjoys working with patients with neurologic or musculoskeletal injuries to help develop a plan for a complete recovery. The combination of rehabilitative medicine and alternative modalities with conventional care can enhance healing by stimulating the nervous system, modulating the immune system, decreasing pain, improving blood flow, and reduce recovery time.
Dr. Dinan is a native of New England and enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter and son, as well as their black lab, corgi, and cat. When she is not at work, she enjoys spending time outdoors running, hiking, rock climbing, and scuba diving.
Martin Zabel was born and raised in Shelton, CT. After attending UConn, Marty spent 11 years as an analyst on Wall Street. During his time there he uncovered his true passion for helping people, and returned to school for psychology. Upon graduating Martin went on to become the director of training at the Provincetown Crisis Center. Today, Martin still practices therapy privately in the NY/CT area.
Kim received a Bachelor’s in Animal Science in 2014 and a Master’s in Education in 2016, before becoming a credentialed veterinary technician in 2020. In 2019, she founded the 501c3 cat rescue, Hisses to Kisses, Inc. Kim has been working in the veterinary field since 2010 and now splits her time between Veterinary Care Everywhere, a physical pet hospital, and her rescue. Her primary interests include animal nutrition and shelter medicine. She is currently “owned” by one dog, three cats, and numerous foster animals
Practice Manager & Lead Veterinary Technician
Kendall has been nursing sick animals back to health since she was a young child. From hiding injured baby rabbits from her parents until they were old enough to be re-released to hiding a sick cat in her college dorm room until a rescue could take over, it was never a secret she would have some kind of career helping animals. Kendall graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Communications from Eastern Connecticut State University in 2013 before realizing her dream of becoming a veterinary technician and then graduating with a degree in Veterinary Technology from Northwestern Connecticut Community College in 2020. She went on to pass her national credentialing exam to become a certified veterinary technician later that year. Kendall is proud of her “nerdisms” and is always striving to improve her knowledge base to better serve your pets. She has a special interest in surgery and ophthalmology. She has a dog and a variety pack of cats that share their home with her.
Lead Client Service Representative & Veterinary Technician
My name is Nikole, I have been a Veterinary Technician since 2017. My favorite thing about what I do is helping clients address their concerns for their pets as well as educating them so they can have a better quality of life for their pet. At home I have my fiance, Mike, my 9yr old son Shane and my 9yr old step-son Mark. We also have 3 Siberian Huskies, Willow, Niko and Nanuk as well as our Chihuahua Dobby. When I’m not busy with the kids or the pack, I like to dive into my favorite shows, try out breweries and foodie spots, sing karaoke and enjoy the company of friends.