Meet The Cardiology Team

Katie Hogan, DVM, DACVIM (Cardiology)

Dr. Hogan is a board-certified cardiologist who completed her cardiology residency at Angell in 2017. Dr. Hogan has a strong interest in interventional cardiology and continues to pursue further training for advanced methods in the diagnosis and management of congenital heart disease. She performs various interventional catheterization procedures, including PDA repair, balloon valvuloplasty, and pacemaker implantation. She works closely with other specialists to further advance the interventional radiology program at Angell. Her clinical interests also include feline heart disease, especially prevention of thromboembolic diseases, exotic animal cardiology, and arrhythmia management.

University of Florida, DVM, 2013

Angell Animal Medical Center-Boston, Rotating Internship, 2013-2014
Angell Animal Medical Center-Boston, Cardiology Residency 2014-2017

Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Cardiology), 2017

Julia Lindholm, DVM

Born at Lowell General, Julia took a very roundabout way to find herself at Angell. She moved to Georgia when she was six and later to North Carolina. She lived in multiple cities in Texas, including College Station where she attended veterinary school at Texas A&M University. A rotating medicine and surgery internship in Indiana was followed by a cardiology internship in Ohio. Finally circling back to the beautiful city of Boston for her cardiology residency. She couldn’t be happier. Her passion, outside of cardiology, is in horses. She rode hunters and jumpers professionally for a short time before attending veterinary school. Her quaint Boston apartment doesn’t suite a horse very well so her after work animal fix is two tuxedo Manx boys. Coming home to specialize in cardiology is quite simply a dream come true for Julia.

Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine, DVM 2015

Specialty Training
Purdue University Rotating Medicine and Surgery Internship, 2015-2016
MedVet Cincinnati Cardiology Specialty Internship, 2016-2017

Rebecca L. Malakoff DVM, DACVIM (Cardiology)

MSPCA-Angell West, Waltham

Dr. Malakoff is a board-certified cardiologist and Massachusetts native who has worked at Angell AMC for over 15 years. After graduating from veterinary school at North Carolina State University, she trained at Angell both as an intern and cardiology resident, and went on to serve as the director of the cardiology residency program. Since transitioning to working solely at Angell West, she is happy to focus her practice on the medical management of various cardiac diseases in pets. This includes diagnostic testing such as echocardiograms and electrocardiograms, for both outpatients and hospitalized patients in need of consultation.

North Carolina State University, College of Veterinary Medicine, DVM, 2000

Angell Animal Medical Center-Boston, Residency in Cardiology, 2001-2003
Angell Animal Medical Center-Boston, Internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery, 2000-2001

Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Cardiology), 2004

Natalie Morgan, DVM

Originally from Minnesota, Dr. Natalie Morgan graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2012 and moved to Iowa shortly after to attend veterinary school at Iowa State University. Following graduation from veterinary school in 2016, she stayed at Iowa State for another year to complete a rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery. Outside of veterinary medicine, Natalie enjoys playing ice hockey, volleyball, softball, percussion, and spending time with friends, family, and her two dogs and two cats.

University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2012 Iowa State University, 2016

Iowa State University, Internship in Small Animal Medicine, 2016
Angell Animal Medical Center-Boston, Residency in Cardiology, 2020

Rebecca L. Quinn, DVM, DACVIM (Cardiology and IM)

Dr. Quinn is board certified in small animal internal medicine and cardiology.  Given her dual training, Dr. Quinn is particularly interested in managing patients who not only have heart disease, but who may also have other conditions such as renal, gastrointestinal, liver, or endocrine disease. Dr. Quinn is trained in cardiovascular diagnostic tests such as echocardiogram and electrocardiogram. She has a special interest in interventional radiology, and performs procedures such as PDA repair, balloon valvuloplasty, pacemaker placement, and tracheal stenting. She is also trained in gastrointestinal and respiratory endoscopy.

Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine, DVM, 2005

Veterinary Referral and Emergency Center, Internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery, 2005-2006
Texas A&M University, Residency in Small Animal Internal Medicine, 2006-2009
Angell Animal Medical Center, Residency Cardiology, 2009-2012

Diplomate, American College of Internal Medicine (Small Animal Internal Medicine), 2009
Diplomate, American College of Internal Medicine (Cardiology), 2013

Elizabeth Wiley, DVM

Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University, DVM, 2018

Angell Animal Medical Center, Cardiology Resident, 2019-2022
North Carolina State University, College of Veterinary Medicine, Rotating Internship, 2018-2019

Joseph Zarin, DVM

Dr. Zarin is a California native and graduated from veterinary school from UC Davis in 2016. He went on to complete a rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery in 2017 at the University of Georgia. He then moved to Boston where he completed an emergency and critical care internship at a veterinary referral hospital north of Boston in 2018. Dr. Zarin enjoys all parts of cardiology, particularly ECGs. When he is not at the hospital, Dr. Zarin enjoys cycling, learning how to sail, and exploring music. He shares his home with Chimothy, a 13-year-old terrier mix.

University of California, Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, DVM, 2016

Angell Animal Medical Center, Residency in Cardiology, 2018-2021
Massachusetts Veterinary Referral Hospital, Internship in Emergency and Critical Care, 2017-2018
University of Georgia, Internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery, 2016-2017

Arleia Tringale, CVT, Cardiology Technician II

Arleia completed her Associates Degree in Veterinary Technology from North Shore Community College in 2012. After graduating, Arleia passed the Veterinary Technician National Exam and became a Certified Veterinary Technician in the state of Massachusetts. She has worked in the field since 2011 and started working at Angell in 2014 as a Clinic Technician. Arleia Joined the Cardiology team in 2015 and she is very excited to be a part of such a specialized team. Arleia grew up on a horse farm in West Newbury, MA, where she had dogs, cats, chickens, ducks, rabbits and of course horses! On her time off you can find her making a trip to the family farm with her two dogs Maizy and Layla.

Angela Kaczenski, CVT, Cardiology Technician II

Angela obtained her Associates Degree in Veterinary Technology from Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology in March of 2013. She had been living in Colorado for 7 years and decided that she wanted to move closer to family. She returned to MA and immediately started applying for a job at Angell. She started in August of 2013 in our Clinic department. She stayed there for 2 years and just recently moved to the Cardiology department. Angela is very excited for this new opportunity and is enjoying learning new things. When she is not at Angell she enjoys spending time with her dog Stella and her nieces and nephew. She has also spent a lot of time at the beach since returning home from Colorado!

Kendra Pardey, Cardiology Assistant I

Kendra was very excited to join Angell in February 2018. She could not be happier working with the incredible Cardiology team here. Kendra began my career in animal care as a pet sitter in 2011. Since then she have gained experience working in wild life rehabilitation, animal shelters, and most recently before joining Angell, doggy day care management. Outside of work, Kendra enjoys getting together with her book club, cooking and all things DYI, like making her own maple syrup and candles. She also has an adorable Californian rabbit named Bear.

Hannah Clayman, Secretary, Cardiology

Lindsey Huttner, Client Care Coordinator, Internal Medicine, ECC, Cardiology

Lindsey joined the Angell team in 2018 as a Client Liaison, where she was able to combine her 10 years of experience in customer service with her love of animals. In the spring of 2019 she moved to her current position as the evening Client Care Coordinator for the Internal Medicine, Emergency/Critical Care, and Cardiology services.  Lindsey grew up in the Greater Boston area and graduated from Boston College in 2016 with a Bachelor’s degree in Economics.  She has always been inspired by MSPCA-Angell’s reputation for compassion and excellence and was excited to move her career to Angell and find meaning in her work.  Lindsey enjoys snuggling with her family’s 11-year-old Bichon mix, Ben, and taking him for walks at his favorite parks and ponds around Boston.

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