Meet our Veterinarians
Valley Veterinary Hospital has provided the community competent veterinary services and compassionate care for over 30 years.
We Practice Integrative, Comprehensive Medicine Tailored To The Individualized Veterinary Needs Of Your Family Member.
We try to make scheduling a veterinary clinic appointment as convenient as possible for you. There are several ways to easily schedule an appointment for your pet to be seen at our veterinary clinic:
Meet Our Skilled Veterinarian
Dr. Magali Pesantez
Originally from Ecuador, Magali moved to the United States because of her love for high-quality medicine. She spent many years working with shelter medicine and also worked in a specialty hospital, which made her knowledge for veterinary medicine wide and diverse. She is very happy to join the Valley Veterinary Hospital team and is eager to meet many new pets to help them to live their best life with good care and health. In her free time, Dr. Magali loves kayaking, and now she wants to learn paddleboarding. She can’t wait to go explore the beautiful state of Connecticut, including their little towns and antique stores.
Meet Our Skilled Team
Michelle grew up in New York where she started working with animals at a cat rescue. She now lives in New Milford where she volunteers with Animal Welfare Society, acting as a foster to numerous kittens in need. She lives with her husband, three children, and three cats. Michelle enjoys doing various activities with her family, gardening, and bowling.
Originally from Massachusetts, Kristin obtained her undergraduate degree in Equine Science and Management from SUNY Morrisville. She lives in New Milford with her family, including 1 two-legged child and 3 four-legged children, with whom she can often be found exploring new hikes.
Kelsey has been at Valley Veterinary Hospital for two years and previously worked at the local animal shelter. At home, she and her husband have two dogs, a cat, and recently had a son.
Robyn is a lover of every type of animal. She has three cats of her own, along with some bats that hang out in her breezeway. She has worked in fundraising for special needs children and separately, at a conservation center for wolves. Robyn volunteered for an animal rescue throughout college and has joined the Valley Vet team with the biggest smile on her face.