Midcoast Animal Emergency Clinic

191 Camden Rd
Warren, ME 04864





Dr. Christy Peters DVM

Dr. Christy Peters is a native of New Gloucester, Maine and spent her childhood dreaming of becoming a veterinarian. She received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Maine, where she graduated summa cum laude, and then went on to attend the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine where she earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine.   After returning to her home state and spending a few years practicing general veterinary medicine, Dr. Peters found her calling in emergency medicine. Her special interests include neonatal medicine, ultrasonography and emergency surgery.   She spends her free time camping, fly fishing, and kayaking with her husband, Travis, their young daughter, Aspen, and whatever exotic creature she decides to bring home for the day. Dr. Peters truly has a passion for emergency veterinary medicine and loves living her dream.


Dr. Kellie Wedge DVM

Dr. Kellie Wedge, a native of Rockport, Maine, brings an extensive background in emergency medicine and surgery to the MAEC team. Dr. Wedge started her career as veterinary technician and worked as a surgical technician for over 7 years. In 2005, she earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Ross University of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Wedge then completed and received a certificate of internship in small animal medicine in surgery in 2006 from the Center of Specialized Veterinary Care in Long Island, New York. She then moved to Seattle, Washington and worked for 6 years at a 24 hour emergency facility performing emergency and critical care procedures. In 2012, she returned to midcoast Maine and worked as a general practitioner at Boothbay Animal Hospital. She was involved in the founding of Midcoast Animal Emergency Clinic in 2015 and her love of emergency medicine enabled her to fulfill a full time position here.

Dr. Jen Mirecki DVM

Dr. Jen Mirecki is originally from Windham, ME and always knew she wanted to become a veterinarian. She earned her Bachelor’s in Animal and Veterinary Sciences from the University of Maine in 2009, and then continued her education at The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine where she earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. Dr. Mirecki spent the first few years of her career in a mixed animal veterinary practice which was a hybrid of general practice and emergency on call practice for all animal species. She found that her greatest professional satisfaction came from treating emergent patients and elected to pursue a career in emergency veterinary medicine. Dr. Mirecki joined the Midcoast Animal Emergency Clinic team in February 2017. Her special interests include trauma medicine, laceration and wound repair, and emergency surgery.  She currently lives in central Maine with her husband, Kevin, 3 goofy dogs (Dexter, Benelli, & Boris), goats (Millie & Myrtle), a tortoise (Stanley), and whatever other critters that may join her family in the future. In her spare time she enjoys hiking, spending time with her pets, and relaxing by the pool. She is also an active volunteer with the Pixel Fund rescue group.