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Angell at Nashoba
About Angell at Nashoba
Angell at Nashoba is the result of a partnership between Angell Animal Medical Center and Nashoba Valley Technical High School. Angell at Nashoba is a clinic dedicated to providing quality care to the general public as well as offering deeply discounted services for qualified low income families. Angell at Nashoba provides
Primary veterinary care, including general dentistry and surgery
Open weekdays from 7:45am-4:00pm throughout the year, the clinic does not provide overnight care, specialty service care, nor 24/7 emergency service as Angell’s Boston and Waltham facilities do, but will refer cases as appropriate to surrounding specialty veterinary referral hospitals.
Angell at Nashoba is proud to provide rigorous, valuable training to the bright, compassionate students of Nashoba Valley Technical School who work alongside staff at the clinic while preparing for careers in veterinary medicine.
To qualify for Angell at Nashoba services, clients must present
a photo ID and one of the following:
Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Program card
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) card (formerly known as Food Stamps/EBT)
Massachusetts Animal Fund low cost spay/neuter certificate
Letter/lease from the owner’s local housing authority showing that the owner is a participant in public housing
Letter/bill demonstrating government fuel assistance
Most recent tax return (Form 1040) showing total income at or less than 200% of the federal poverty level, adjusted for household size
In addition, regardless of financial need,
Nashoba Valley Technical High School employees, students, and alumni receive a 15% discount on services
Active duty military personnel and veterans receive a 15% discount on services
The person whose name is on the card or documents must be present (i.e., they can’t send a relative or friend). The only exception is a spouse with the same last name and address.
About Nashoba Valley Technical High School
The mission of Nashoba Valley Technical High School is to provide the highest quality academic and technical education possible to prepare students for college and career paths leading to success in an ever-changing technological world. Established in 1968, Nashoba Valley Technical High School is a public, four-year, career-focused high school fostering academic, personal and professional success. Nashoba Valley Technical High School promotes a lifetime of learning and achievement, providing students with quality teaching, specialized instruction in industry-approved technical programs, strong academic programs, and leadership development opportunities. The program in Veterinary Assisting was started at the high school in 2015 in coordination with the opening of Angell at Nashoba.
Dr. Sawyer earned her veterinary degree from Tufts University in 1999. Since completing an internship in small animal medicine and surgery in 2000, she has been working in small animal private practice. She joined Angell in 2015 to open Angell at Nashoba and follow her commitment to providing care to animals and families in need. She especially enjoys surgery, teaching, and community service.
Andrea Lombardi, CVT
Andrea brings many years of experience to Angell at Nashoba. She has worked exclusively in small animal practice as a technician, supervisor, and trainer for visiting veterinary technician and assistant students. Andrea especially enjoys gardening, camping, and Rag Doll cats.
Carly Nangle, DVM
Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University, DVM, 2022
Angell Animal Medical Center, Rotating Internship, 2022-2023
Mary-Kate O'Toole, DVM
Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University, DVM, 2021
Angell Animal Medical Center, Rotating Internship, 2021-2022 (Angell at Nashoba / MSPCA-Nevins Farm)
Danielle Tetreault, Practice Coordinator
Danielle has worked exclusively in small animal practice as a technician for several years. She has special interest in radiology and client education. She has loved joining the Angell at Nashoba team and helping educate the high school students. When not at work Danielle enjoys spending time with her 2 little girls and 2 miniature dachshunds.
Additionally, Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) licensed high school animal science teachers will be part of the program. Their main focus will be the education of the high school students in the necessary theoretical and clinical elements for acquiring a veterinary assisting license. Students and staff will also work alongside the staff at Angell at Nashoba.