Our Veterinary Team
Meet the wonderful veterinarians and staff of Greenwich Veterinary Center. We take great pride in providing excellent care for your pets!
Meet Our Doctors
Dr. Camila Dias Colberg, DVM
Dr. Camila Colberg graduated from the Federal University of Viçosa, Brazil, in 2005. After earning her MSc. in 2007, she moved to the US to work at Plum Island Animal Disease Center (PIADC), NY, as a Visiting Scientist. In 2013, Dr. Colberg completed the ECFVG (Educational Commission for Foreign Veterinary Graduates). She enjoys the broad spectrum of medicine and surgery that general practice provides and has a strong interest in dermatology, preventative medicine, internal medicine, and surgery. Outside of the clinic, she enjoys spending time with her husband Adam, her 2 little boys Gabriel and Marcus, and her 2 Frenchies, Tinkerbell, and Lena. She enjoys gardening, hiking, yoga, reading, and a good Brazilian BBQ in her spare time!
Camille grew up in the Philippines and always knew she wanted to care for all living things. She is a caring person who is committed to the welfare of both humans and animals alike. She started at Greenwich Veterinary Center in 2015 as an intern and is now our Practice Manager. She is blessed to have grown up with Cavalier King Charles Spaniels that has taught her the reward of owning pets. Camille lives locally with her family and 2 cats, Anastasia and Layla. In her spare time, she enjoys numerous activities such as spending time with friends & family, hiking, meditating, longboarding, and is a big lover of all different types of food!
Leslie got her Associate’s Degree in Norwalk Community College for Criminal Justice back in 2016 and is currently working on her Bachelor’s Degree at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. She has been working her way through to become a police officer and her goal is to become a K9 Unit Office in Narcotics. Before Greenwich Veterinary Center, she was working at a dog grooming salon, Groom To Bloom in Stamford, CT. Some of her interests while she’s not working with furry friends are playing soccer, zumba, and spending time with her family.
Rebecca joined the Greenwich Veterinary Center team in November 2019 as a Receptionist. Shortly after, she was promoted to Veterinary Assistant, a role she now proudly represents. Rebecca’s favorite thing about working at GVC is meeting all the different breeds of cats & dogs and seeing their spunky personalities. Currently, she is pursuing a Veterinary Technology degree at Norwalk Community College to become a licensed Veterinary Technician. Rebecca has two dogs, a Samoyed named Luna and a Maltipoo named Oreo. In her free time, she enjoys going on long walks with Luna, Kayaking, and seeing Broadway shows.
Sergio came to the United States in 2001 from Guatemala and began his career in the veterinary field about 18 years ago. He started working as a kennel attendant at a hospital in Stamford, CT. After two years working for this hospital, he began part of the clinical team working as a Technician Assistant. He went to multiple locations to learn more about the veterinary field. He went to Tufts University and Cornell University Veterinary Specialists and received Continued Education. He has experience working with wild animals after working for 3 years at LEO Zoological Conservation Center in Greenwich, CT. Sergio has been working as a Veterinary Technician for many years at Animal Medical Center in NYC and United Care in Stamford, CT. He joined Greenwich Veterinary Center in March 2020 along with other two hospitals in Connecticut as a Lead Technician.
Bio coming soon!
Jane LVT, CCRP
Veterinary Technician & Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner
After receiving her Bachelors in Animal Science from Cornell University in 2009, Jane went on to pursue a degree in Veterinary Technology from Bergen Community College. As a licensed veterinary technician, she explored many aspects of nursing while working with a diversity of species including companion animals, exotics, marine animals, and wildlife. She quickly became aware of the importance of physical rehabilitation and its role in improving her patients’ quality of life, regardless of species, breed, age or physical health. She attended the University of Tennessee’s certificate program and became a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner (CCRP) in 2015. She is currently working towards certifications in canine massage therapy, canine craniosacral therapy, animal neuro-myofascial release, and kinesiotaping. She is passionate about advocating for our beloved companions by providing attentive, individualized care and owner education, strengthening the human-animal bond.
Lead Veterinary Technician
Carlos has been working in the animal care industry for the past 15 years and has been with Greenwich Veterinary Center since early 2010. He is the quintessential animal person, having a true love for animals and excellent animal handling and technical skills. He is referred to as our ‘dog and cat whisperer’. Carlos’ animal interests extend into his home life as well. He and his family live in Norwalk with his 3 cats and enjoys working on his cars in his free time.
Customer Service Representative
Karinna joined the Greenwich Veterinary Center in September 2021 as a Receptionist. Her goal is to become a Veterinary Technician in the hopes to learn and gain experience by working at the clinic. She plans on returning to school and continuing in this field of practice to pursue her Veterinary Technician career. Outside of the clinic, she enjoys spending time with her two kids, Sebastian and Matias by going to different types of parks and playing games. Karinna also enjoys traveling and trying various new foods.
In loving memory.
“Dr. Marcus Suppo is the definition of living life to the fullest. There are not enough words or imagery one can use or say when it comes to how much Dr. Suppo has accomplished and left behind. He gave care, love, and surgical prowess to clients and pets wherever he went. He was respected, admired, and the type of person who went above and beyond for any client or animal. He was a doctor of all trades and skills in and out of Greenwich Veterinary Center. To read more about his life, you can read more about Dr. Suppo here.