Meet The Hilltowns Veterinary Clinic Team Members
Hilltowns Veterinary Clinic, serving Berkshire County and the surrounding areas, provides loving, friendly and courteous services for you and your pet. We welcome you to our clinic, and invite you to meet your staff before your first visit.
Sharon M. Lynch, MVB
Dr. Lynch was born and raised in Enfield, CT. She obtained her BA in Biology at Mount Holyoke College and then went on to continue her studies at University College Dublin in Ireland where she obtained her veterinary degree in 1998. After spending several years working in Ireland, she returned home to complete an internship in emergency medicine at Boston Road Animal Hospital in Springfield, MA.
Dr. Lynch also was an adjunct instructor for the veterinary assistant program at Asnuntuck Community College in Enfield CT. In her spare time, she loves to compete in dock diving with her yellow labrador, Maise and her malinois Scout. She also loves skiing, travelling and of course shopping! Sadly, her partner in crime of 16 years, her beloved black labrador Phoebe, passed away in 2012.
Fred Davis IIICVT
Fred was born and grew up in nearby Ludlow, MA. He obtained his AS in Biology/Pre Vet at Holyoke Community College. He then transfered to the University of New Haven, obtaining his BS in Biology/ Pre vet in 2001. Fred has worked in both emergency and general practices throughout Western MA and CT. Most recently, he was employed at Suffield Veterinary Hospital in CT. Fred competes regularly in agility with his black labrador, Emma and loves to take her hiking and swimming. He has also recently found a new passion in bass fishing, most often with his brother.
Morgan is the newest member of our team. She comes to us with previous experience as an animal rehabilitation therapist in Lee, MA. She lives just down the road in Pittsfield with her cat Webster and her spaniel mix Boone. Morgan also started her own dog sitting business because of her love for animals. In her spare time she enjoys taking hikes in the woods with her many four-legged friends.