Irving C. Minott IV, DVM
Dr. Minott started his education at the University of Maine, where he received a BS in Animal and Veterinary Science with a concentration in pre-veterinary medicine. He continued his didactic study at Ross University College of Veterinary Medicine on St. Kitts Island in the Caribbean. His clinical and surgical training was completed through Auburn University in Alabama. He has been a veterinarian at Banfield since graduating in 2012. His main interest revolves around the surgical aspect of veterinary medicine, including dentistry and soft tissue procedures. He has one dog, “Nessie,” who was rescued during his time in the Caribbean, and five cats, Moo, Bella, Bob, Cassanova, and Buttons.
Enrique Alvarez, DVM
Dr. Alvarez attended the University of Wisconsin, School of Veterinary Medicine. He has been a veterinarian at Banfield Pet Hospital in North Haven for the past five years. In his spare time, he enjoys bird watching and photography.
Julie Hoberman, VMD
Dr. Hoberman attended the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. She has been a veterinarian at Banfield pet Hospital in North Haven for the past two years. Dr. Hoberman has a special interest in health conditions affecting Doberman Pinschers. Currently she owns 2 retired AHC National Champion Dobermans as well as two whippets, which she currently shows on the national circuit and is close to achieving field championships on both dogs.
Sandra has been an associate with Banfield Pet Hospital since 2008. She started her career off at Banfield as a veterinary assistant where she was then promoted to the position of Field Trainer and now calls North Haven her home as the Practice Manager. Sandra has a BA in English and a MS in Education from Southern Connecticut State University. Sandra has one dog, a Rottweiler named Ivan, and six cats, Neo, Izzy, Monty, Howie, Minnie, & Pepper.