On November 8, 2018

All Points Animal Care names new veterinarian Nov. 1

Heidi Crane is joining All Points Animal Care on Nov. 1

Crane is a graduate of Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and has an undergraduate degree from Tufts University. She grew up in upstate New York but spent four years practicing in Colorado after graduating from veterinary school. She returned East to complete an internship in New Jersey, where she had the opportunity to work with board-certified practitioners in a variety of specialties, including surgery, internal medicine, cardiology, ophthalmology, neurology, and oncology.

After her time in New Jersey, Crane followed the snow to Rutland, where she has practiced for the last 11 years. She enjoys working with pet owners to improve their understanding of how to keep their pets happy and healthy. Crane is accredited to complete international health certificates.

Of course, she loves the day to day working with animals, too!

Crane shares her home with her husband, their two children Eloise and Maxwell, a cat named Weezie and an Australian Shepherd named Masha. Crane loves to ski, play tennis, train Masha and spend time with her kids.

Crane is excited to join the All Points family to help care for existing clients as well as new ones. We look forward to the addition of Dr. Crane as she begins seeing patients Nov. 1. For more information or to schedule an appointment please call 802-747-9088.

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