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Lydia Chang, DVM

EDUCATION
Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine, DVM, 2022

SPECIALTY TRAINING
Angell Animal Medical Center, Rotating Internship, 2022-2023

Rachel Coley, DVM

EDUCATION
The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies (Edinburgh), DVM, 2021

SPECIALTY TRAINING
Angell Animal Medical Center, Rotating Internship, 2021-2022

Elise Durville, DVM

EDUCATION
Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine, DVM, 2017

SPECIALTY TRAINING
Angell Animal Medical Center, Rotating Internship, 2021-2022

Jordana Fetto, DVM

Dr. Jordana Fetto grew up in New York City. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in behavioral neuroscience with a minor in psychology from Lehigh University. After taking time off to travel and volunteer, Dr. Fetto went on to earn her DVM degree from Tufts University in North Grafton, Massachusetts. She then completed an intensive year-long rotating internship at the Animal Medical Center in New York City, followed by a specialty emergency/critical care internship at Massachusetts Veterinary Referral Hospital. Dr. Fetto enjoys all aspects of emergency medicine, although she is interested in soft tissue surgery and trauma. Dr. Fetto enjoys traveling, trying new restaurants, exploring museums, and spending time with family in her spare time. She is looking forward to learning how to sail on the Charles.

EDUCATION
Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine, DVM, 2011
Lehigh University, BS, 2008

SPECIALTY TRAINING
Animal Medical Center, Rotating Internship, 2014-2015
Massachusetts Veterinary Referral Hospital, Specialty Emergency/Critical Care Internship, 2015-2016

Jeaneva Gagne, DVM

EDUCATION
Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine, DVM, 2022

SPECIALTY TRAINING
Angell Animal Medical Center, Rotating Internship, 2022-2023

Mina Gergis, DVM

EDUCATION
Beni-Seuf University Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Animal and Poultry Behaviour and Management, DVM, 2019

SPECIALTY TRAINING
Angell Animal Medical Center, Rotating Internship, 2019-2020

Jessica Hamilton Seid, DVM

Dr. Hamilton grew up in Charleston, WV. Before relocating to the Boston area to be with her fiancé, she worked as an emergency doctor at a specialty referral hospital and emergency center in Cincinnati, OH. Dr. Hamilton earned her undergraduate degree in biology from Minot State University in 2004 and later obtained her veterinary degree from North Carolina State University in 2008 before completing a year-long rotating internship at VCA Aurora and Berwyn Animal Hospitals outside of Chicago, IL. Her special interests include surgery and trauma medicine.

EDUCATION
North Carolina State University, DVM, 2008
Minot State University, BS, 2004
SPECIALTY TRAINING
VCA Aurora and Berwyn Animal Hospitals rotating internship, 2009

Andrew Lathan, DVM

EDUCATION
North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine, DVM, 2022

SPECIALTY TRAINING
Angell Animal Medical Center, Rotating Internship, 2022-2023

Kristina Liang, DVM

EDUCATION
University of Edinburgh College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine, DVM, 2022

SPECIALTY TRAINING
Angell Animal Medical Center, Rotating Internship, 2022-2023

Ashley Lockwood, DVM, DACVECC

Dr. Ashley Lockwood grew up in North Central Connecticut. She obtained a BS from Quinnipiac University in veterinary technology and worked as a certified veterinary technician for several years before getting her veterinary degree from Iowa State University in 2014. She then completed a one-year rotating small animal internship at Angell Animal Medical Center in Boston in 2015 and continued at Angell to complete a three-year Emergency and Critical Care residency. After working as an E/CC specialist on the Upper Cape for several years, Dr. Lockwood is excited to join the collaborative and growing Angell West team in February of 2021. She has a special interest in trauma and metabolic emergencies. Dr. Lockwood enjoys gardening, hiking, music festivals, stand-up paddle boarding, and other outdoor activities outside of the hospital.

EDUCATION
Iowa State University, College of Veterinary Medicine, DVM, 2014

SPECIALTY TRAINING
Angell Animal Medical Center, Residency in Emergency & Critical Care, 2015-2018
Angell Animal Medical Center Rotating Internship 2014-2015

CERTIFICATION
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care, 2018

Amanda Lohin, DVM

Dr. Amanda Lohin grew up in the greater Boston area. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Biology from St. Michael’s College in 2003, after which she worked as a veterinary technician at a local primary care practice for several years. In 2010, Dr. Lohin moved to St. Kitts to attend Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and completed her clinical year of training at Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine. Upon graduation in 2013, Dr. Lohin stayed at Tufts for another year to complete a small animal rotating internship. Dr. Lohin enjoys all aspects of emergency medicine, although she has a special interest in soft tissue surgery, trauma, and dentistry. Outside of the hospital, she enjoys hiking, running, biking, or anything outdoors with her dogs.

EDUCATION
Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University, Clinical Training, DVM, 2013
Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine
St. Michael’s College, BS, 2003
SPECIALTY TRAINING
Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, Small Animal Internship, 2013-2014

Courtney Peck, DVM, DACVECC

Dr. Courtney Peck is originally from Massachusetts and graduated from Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine in 2003. She completed a 13-month rotating small animal internship at Angell Animal Medical Center in Boston in 2004 and then spent eight years as an emergency clinician at a large specialty and referral hospital in Seattle, WA. In 2012, Dr. Peck returned to Boston to pursue a residency in Emergency/Critical Care, which she completed in July 2015. Dr. Peck joined the Angell West team in Waltham in October 2015, where she continues to build a collaborative and progressive environment with the West team and clients. She is also the Internship Director for Angell West. In addition, she has a special interest in advanced extracorporeal therapies such as hemodialysis and plasma exchange, both of which are available at Angell Boston. Dr. Peck enjoys spending time with her two children in her free time.

EDUCATION
Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, DVM, 2003
SPECIALTY TRAINING
Hemodialysis Academy (on-line), University of California Davis, September 2018-September 2019
Angell Animal Medical Center, Residency in Emergency & Critical Care, 2012-2015
Angell Animal Medical Center Rotating Internship 2003-2004
CERTIFICATION
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care, 2016

Carson Rehn, DVM

EDUCATION
The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies (Edinburgh), 2021

SPECIALTY TRAINING
Angell Animal Medical Center, Rotating Internship, 2021-2022

Catherine (Caty) Sumner, DVM, DACVECC

Dr. Sumner directs the Emergency and Critical Care service at MSPCA-Angell West. Dr. Sumner is a 2007 graduate of Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University. She completed a one-year internship program at Angell, a three-year E/CC residency at Tufts, and then was a staff criticalist at Tufts VETS before joining MSPCA-Angell West. She is board-certified by the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care.

EDUCATION
Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University, DVM, 2007
SPECIALTY TRAINING
Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University and Tufts VETS, Residency in Emergency and Critical Care, 2008-2011
Angell Animal Medical Center, Rotating Internship, 2007-2008
CERTIFICATION
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care, 2012

Victoria, CVT, ECC Technician

Victoria graduated from Mount Ida College in 2016 with an Associate’s degree in Veterinary Technology. Victoria has been working in the Emergency and Critical Care department at Angell West since 2018. She enjoys hiking in the woods with her dog and working on various art projects during her spare time.

Stephanie, ECC Clinical Assistant

Stephanie started her career in veterinary medicine back in 2016, when she was an attendant at another emergency and specialty service hospital. Having realized her love for emergency/critical care medicine, she worked her way up the ladder, eager to learn all she could so she could become a veterinary technician.

Stephanie graduates soon from Mount Wachusett Community College with her Associate Degree in Veterinary Technology. She hopes to later specialize in Emergency Critical Care.

When she’s not at the hospital tending to her patients, Stephanie enjoys hiking with her dogs.

Bucky, ECC Clinical Assistant

Bucky grew up around Saint Louis, MO. Their passion for animals developed when they were 12, volunteering at a local animal shelter. From there, they worked at a few different rescues, vets, and boarding facilities. They attended Southeast Missouri State University and received a Bachelor’s of Science in Agribusiness: Animal Science. For their internship, they moved to MA and worked for Zoo New England at both Stone Zoo and Franklin Park Zoo. In December of 2019, Bucky applied at Angell and began working in January of 2020. Their dog, Mick, has been with them through it all. He is an 8 ½ year old rescue who is always smiling and wiggling his tail.  In their spare time, Mick and Bucky enjoy exploring what New England has to offer.

Raisa, CVT, ECC Technician

Raisa has been at the MSPCA-Angell since March 2019 but started at Angell West in January 2022. She went to the New England Institute of Technology in Rhode Island and then received her CVT in Massachusetts. She worked as an attendant at Ocean State Veterinary Specialists in Rhode Island for two years during school before joining Angell  Boston as an inpatient nurse. She enjoys taking care of all her pets (cat, two tarantulas, leopard gecko, and corn snake) and going on road trips/traveling.

Meridyth, CVT, ECC Technician

Meridythe graduated from Mount Ida College in 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in Veterinary Science and has a bachelor’s degree in Business from the University of New Hampshire. She first became interested in the veterinary field when she volunteered at a greyhound adoption center. She has worked in the emergency field for approximately five years now. Although she does not have a greyhound yet, she loves to spend time with her dog Andiamo and read mystery novels in her free time.

Aleia, ECC Clinical Assistant

Aleia joined the Angell West team in December 2019. Aleia quickly learned how much she enjoys the fast pace, variety of cases, and learning opportunities the ECC offers. While currently enrolled in online school with Penn Foster, she loves already working in this field as she pursues becoming a Certified Veterinary Technician. She enjoys hiking and taking long naps with her rescue dog Chester and family dog Cammie outside of work.

Hasnat, Clinic Attendant

Hasnat started working at Angell West in April 2021. He has been working with animals for three years, and in his free time, he likes working out and hanging out with friends.

Jessica, Clinic Attendant

Jess has had a love for animals since she can remember. Working in the ECC department has become something she loves since every day is always different. She is certified as a veterinary assistant but would eventually like to be a technician. When she is not working, she enjoys baking and being around family. She lives with her mom and twin brother, Ash and Tigger’s two cats, and her long-haired miniature dachshund Pippin.

Lauren, CVT, ECC Technician

Lauren started her career in veterinary science at UMass Amherst as a PreVet student. While in school, she worked as an assistant at an animal shelter and started developing her skills as a technician. She graduated from college in 2017 and started her journey to becoming a CVT. She began veterinary technician college and working at  VCA Westborough, where she gained experience with general medicine and surgery. Seeking to further her education, Lauren found the Angell West Emergency and Critical Care Department, where she continues to blossom as a CVT. She enjoys the challenge of complex cases and the thrill of not knowing what will come through the door. When not caring for patients, Lauren loves spending time with her cat Moe, keeping active, and baking cookies to enjoy and share!

Wendy, CVT, Technician Manager

Wendy started her career as a kennel worker at an animal hospital in her hometown in 2003. She quickly realized that she wanted to become a veterinary technician and, with three years of experience in the veterinary field, was able to pass the Veterinary Technicians National Exam and obtain her CVT license. She has since worked in practices ranging from general practice to 24-hour emergency facilities in roles from room technician to leading surgery/anesthesia teams. She joined our Angell West team as an overnight emergency technician in 2016 and is now the technician supervisor for the West team, including the Emergency, specialties, and Physical Rehabilitation staff. She is a proud mom to two human children and too many furred, finned, and scaled children to mention.

Billie, CVT, ECC Technician

Billie lives in Plymouth, MA, with her two little poodles (Odie and Minnie) and two cats (Trey, a fluffy white boy, and Skeeter, a rare orange girl). After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in biology in 2007 from Eastern Illinois University, she worked for three years in the clinic of a cat shelter in Chicago. She then got a job working for an emergency and specialty animal hospital, and while there, was convinced to go back to school to become a certified veterinary technician (CVT). While in school, she completed two externships in wildlife clinics, including the Cape Wildlife Center in Barnstable, MA. She graduated in 2014 and passed the VTNE that summer. A job opening at the Cape Wildlife Center presented new experiences, and she relocated to Massachusetts. She worked for almost two years in wildlife medicine at the Cape Wildlife Center as their only CVT. She returned to emergency medicine when she started at Angell-West in April of 2016. Billie has a soft spot for senior cats and wants to do more hospice care in the future.

Torie, CVT, ECC Technician

Torie graduated tech school in 2013 with an Associate’s degree from a joint program with Hinds Community College and Mississippi State University. She is now pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Veterinary Technology. Over the years, Torie has worked in general practice, ECC, Ophthalmology, and Dermatology.

Originally from Mississippi, Torie has one dog named Hamish McCoy, a Black Mouth Cur that she has had since he was a puppy. She also has a Russian tortoise named Ellanor Rose.

In her spare time, she loves to grill, be outdoors with the kids, and watch baseball.

Samantha, Lead ECC Technician, CVT

Sam graduated from the University of New Hampshire’s Veterinary Technology program in 2015. While in the program, she completed an internship at an emergency hospital in New Hampshire and found a passion for emergency and critical care. She quickly started working at Angell West in December of 2015 and became a lead technician in the E/CC department in February of 2019. She enjoys the challenge of caring for highly intensive cases and teaching her fellow technicians the how’s and why’s of caring for these patients. When she is not at Angell West, Sam enjoys reading, photography, and spending time at home with her two ferrets.

Katie, CVT, ECC Technician

Katie has been a veterinary technician for more than 15 years. After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in animal science from the University of Vermont in 2000, Katie worked as a dog trainer and at a general practice outside of Burlington, VT. Her dog training job included two-hour daily hikes in the woods of the Green Mountains with ten to15 off-leash boarding dogs. (This was her favorite part of the job!) Her veterinary interests included assisting with acupuncture/traditional Chinese Medicine examinations, dental prophylaxis, and surgery. After earning her certification as a veterinary technician in 2006, she moved to Woodstock, VT, and continued working as a tech in general practice. In 2008, Katie’s husband started graduate school in Boston, so she moved to Jamaica Plain, MA, and worked at the MSPCA-Angell Boston in the inpatient services department. Here, Katie developed her love of emergencies and nursing the critical care patient. She continued to work full-time as a tech until having her daughter in 2013. Katie was happy to join the team at the MSPCA-Angell West and looks forward to learning new skills.

Ann Marie, Lead ECC Technician, CVT

Ann Marie graduated from Mount Ida College in 1987 with a BS in Veterinary Technology and started with Angell in 1993. She has held several positions over the years but most recently came to Angell-West in January 2021 as a lead emergency critical care technician. She shares her home with a young at heart Beagle, a young Lab, and a sketchy cat. She enjoys doing agility with her beagle Baloo in her free time.

Josey, CPhT, Pharmacy Technician

Josey started Angell in June 2021. She brings eight years of pharmacy technician experience and three years of general practice veterinary assistant experience. Josey grew up in Florida moved to MA in 2009. She has always loved animals. Josey lives in Mansfield with her husband and two Chihuahua mix rescue pups — Rusty, her oldest, is 6 (pictured), and Roxy is 1 ½ years old. Outside of work, she enjoys attending Bruins games with her husband, day trips to the beach, and spending time with her dogs at the local dog park.

Megan, CPhT, Pharmacy Technician

Megan joined MSPCA in Feb 2022 as a Certified Pharmacy Technician. After many years of retail pharmacy, she decided to pursue veterinary medicine. She is currently studying to become a cat behaviorist.

Megan has always been a strong advocate for animal rights, and always goes above and beyond to help any animal in need. She fosters cats in her spare time, and also volunteers at her local animal shelter.  Other things Megan enjoys are fiction novels, painting, starting art projects she doesn’t finish, and spending time with her own cats at home.

Megan could not be happier to work for Angell and is grateful for the care they have always given to our beloved pets.

Johnathan, Client Liaison

Johnathan joined the Angell team in May 2021. He is a local graduate from Boston Latin School with a strong passion for resolving the difficulties that present themselves to proud pet owners. He loves the opportunity to find solutions that help customers and patients get results alongside peace of mind. Most of his time is dedicated to his energetic cat Molly and her entertainment when he’s not at work.

Melanie, Lead Client Care Specialist

Melanie joined the Angell West team in December of 2017 and graduated from Fitchburg State with a degree in biology and chemistry earlier that same year. She always had a passion for helping animals and was the reason for attending college. She enjoys dog training, particularly with working breeds, and frequently works with her own. Her Siberian Husky, Kou, loves it when they travel or go hiking together, especially in new places.

Mackenzie, Client Liaison

Mackenzie joined the team in November of 2021, one year after graduating from Framingham State University with a Bachelor’s degree in English and a concentration in journalism. She has always loved animals — she even attended the MSPCA-Angell camp for kids at Nevins Farms several years in a row. (Her kitty Theodore was adopted through that location as well!) Mackenzie’s love for reading, writing, communicating, and helping those  in need (both human and furry) eventually led her to become a client liaison for this organization that has held a place in her heart for as long as she can remember.

Nicole, Client Services Supervisor

Nicole joined the Angell team in June 2021. She has a bachelor’s degree from Johnson and Wales University and over 10 years of healthcare experience, that include stem cell banking and organ donation/transplant. Nicole loves getting to meet all of the patients and their parents that come to Angell West. She enjoys assisting clients and helping to find the best solution to any problem they might be experiencing. Outside of work, Nicole likes spending time with her own little Jack Russell family. Rosie (the mom), Rascal (the dad) and their 3 kids Penny Lou, Paisley, and Louie (pictured). She and the pups enjoy going on nature walks on the trails around their house.

Jac, Clinic Attendant

Bio to come

Shelbie, ECC Clinical Assistant

Shelbie has been with Angell West’s ECC department since 2017; she previously worked as an emergency and critical care technician at another large hospital. She took a hiatus to pursue her career in horse training, competing and managing several large equine facilities across the state. Shelbie returned to the veterinary medicine world because it has always been her passion. Even when she was not actively working as a technician, she still found herself reading, learning, thinking about past cases, and wanting to come back to ECC. Shelbie loves all species that walk through the door and has experience owning large animals, reptiles, small animals, and pocket pets. Her interests include horse shows, dog shows, and educating and advocating for preservationist breeders of well-bred purebred dogs. Also, the importance of adopting from reputable rescues and ethical and responsible breeding as a means to combat the overpopulation of homeless and unhealthy pets. Shelbie loves spending time with her family, her horses, church, camping, teaching her son about animals and their care, hockey, martial arts, hiking, hanging out with her beloved English Springer Spaniel Jake, and of course, working!

Stevie, Client Care Specialist

Stevie joined the Angell West team as a Client Care Specialist in 2021. Stevie has a background in animal care and technician work. They have a lifelong passion for all animals, including their two cats and their mom’s three cats and dog. Stevie is also very personable and enjoys meeting and connecting with new people. They love to travel and experience new things (especially anything to do with nature or wildlife). Stevie is passionate about bird watching, the environment, music, self-expression, drag/drag culture, human rights, and food. Stevie is very glad to be part of the MSPCA-Angell.

Jakelin, Clinic Attendant

Jakelin started working for Angell Boston in September 2020 as an attendant, and then transferred to Angell West in August 2021. She has worked with animals for three years and is currently enrolled at North Shore Community college, studying to earn her degree in animal care. She has a cat named Nina and a German Shepherd named Lassie. In her free time, Jakelin enjoys watching movies and hanging out with friends.

Sarah, Client Care Specialist

Sarah joined the Angell West team in January 2022. Animals have always had a special place in her heart; she’s been walking dogs and pet sitting for years. Sarah also loves traveling, cooking, hitting the beach, and concerts.

Belinda, Clinical Attendant

Belinda joined the Angell West team in March 2019. In addition to working at Angell, Belinda has also been an Animal Control Officer for over ten years. Belinda resides with her husband, her three rescue dogs, Lucy, Ted, and Lucifer, her cat Magoo, and her 35-pound tortoise.

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