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Dr. Amy Shroff

Amy Shroff, DVM, is a dedicated veterinarian with a wealth of experience and a profound commitment to animal welfare. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Barnard College and a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Pennsylvania.

Formerly, Dr. Shroff owned and operated the Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Center of NE, now known as Blue Pearl Vet Spec in Waltham, MA. After selling the practice, she transitioned her focus to founding Lets Save The Strays International, an organization dedicated to implementing TNVR (Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Release) programs as a sustainable solution to the global overpopulation crisis among stray animals.

As a staff veterinarian, Dr. Shroff’s expertise lies in critical care, comprehensive wellness, and implementing fear-free practices for pets.

Outside of her veterinary work, Amy is passionate about native gardening, believing in the importance of creating sustainable habitats for local wildlife. She enjoys spending her free time outdoors, hiking, and exploring nature with her husband and their beloved pets.

She frequently travels to Asia for her non-profit endeavors, furthering her mission to make a positive impact on the lives of animals in need.