Harbor Road Veterinary Hospital

626 Saint George Road
South Thomaston, ME 04858



Glenn A. Yovino, DVM 

Dr. Yovino knew early on he wanted to be a vet, and worked toward that goal both academically and by working in veterinary hospitals throughout high school and college. After graduating from high school in New Hampshire. Dr. Yovino attended UNH for his BS in Animal Science and received his veterinary degree from the Ohio State University in 1988. He worked in small animal practices in Columbus, OH, North Conway, NH, and Rockland and Searsport, ME, before purchasing Harbor Road Veterinary Hospital in the fall of 1995. Dr. Yovino's professional interests include surgery, both orthopedic and soft tissue, and reproduction. He is in his fourth 3-year term as a member of the board of the Humane Society of Knox County, and provides low cost veterinary services to that shelter.

Although Dr. Yovino's family lived all over the country when he was growing up, his mother's family is from this area, so settling down on this peninsula was like coming home. He lives in Tenants Harbor with his wife Bethany.  His daughter Hannah graduated from UMO and is finishing up grad school in Pittsburgh; his son Seth graduated from  Maine Maritime Academy and is working on a drilling ship.  They share their home with English Cockers, two Humane Society of Knox County cats (both stray cats who needed orthopedic surgery and a home, so Dr. Yovino provided both!), and are a variety of laying hens and a rooster.  When he's not at the office, Dr. Yovino enjoys spending time with his family, working around the yard (especially with his tractor), playing hockey, biking and fly tying and fishing. 


Carissa A. Bielamowicz, DVM

Dr. Bielamowicz decided to become a veterinarian at the age of ten after reading James Herriot's "All Creatures Great and Small."  She graduated from Rutgers University in 1998 with a degree in Animal Science before attending the Tufts University School of Veteriniary Medicine.  After graduating in 2002, she specialized in large animal ambulatory medicine in Western Massachusetts.  Although she had many memorable experiences on dairy and horse farms, she decided to concentrate on working with companion animals, and move to Maine.  She has been at Harbor Road since October of 2003.

Dr. B's practice interests include wellness, ophthalmology, wound management, and chronic pain relief.  She is also interested in integrating Western acupuncture and physical therapy into traditional approaches to the treatment of arthritis and other conditions.

In her free time, Dr. B volunteers with Allied Whale, the marine mammal stranding program at College of the Atlantic.  She also enjoys horseback riding and showing, travel (especially to Scotland), hiking, kayaking, camping, and spending as much time as she can with her husband, Kevin, and their Westie, Bramley.