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Joseph W. Wagner, DVM grew up in St. Albans, Vermont. From an early age he had a strong interest in animals and a desire to be a veterinarian. Dr. Wagner received a BS in Animal Science from the University of Vermont.  He earned his doctorate from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and completed his clinical year at Texas A&M in 2013. Prior to Vet School graduation, Dr. Wagner completed a wildlife medicine internship in South Africa. Following graduation, Dr. Wagner completed an equine internship at The Piedmont Equine Practice, in The Plains, Virginia. During his internship he was mentored in the disciplines of lameness, diagnostic imaging, surgery, internal medicine, and reproduction. Following his internship, Dr. Wagner worked at Unionville Equine Associates, an equine specialty clinic in Oxford, Pennsylvania. There, he continued to hone his skills in reproduction, emergency medicine, and sports medicine. He is currently certified as an FEI treating veterinarian. 

Dr. Wagner’s professional interests include lameness, reproduction, emergency, and general practice medicine. When not working, he enjoys hiking, fishing, and spending time with his fiancée, Jackie, and their 4 dogs and 3 cats. He is excited to have made his way back home and serve the people and animals of Vermont!





Rebecca Williams, CVT

Rebecca Williams grew up in Morrisville, Vt., the daughter of a country doctor. After finishing college at UVM, marrying, and having three children, she ventured out into the work world at Sequist Animal Hospital in 1980. She continued to work for Dave Sequist until his retirement January 1, 2018. In that transition time, Dr. Joey Wagner bought Sequist Large Animal Veterinary Services and asked Becky to continue with the practice. She jumped at the chance and looks forward to many more years as an animal nurse.  In her spare time, Becky likes playing with her own horses and has become an avid birdwatcher.