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1577 Falmouth Road, Centerville, MA 02632
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Meet the Surgery Team

Jennifer Peterson-Levitt, DVM, DACVS-SA

Dr. Peterson completed her residency in small animal surgery and performs soft tissue and orthopedic surgery. Her interests include minimally invasive procedures, fracture repair, and emergency surgeries.

St. George’s University, DVM, 2018
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, BS, 2014

The University of Missouri, Internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery, 2018-2019
Purdue University, Residency in Small Animal Surgery, 2019-2022

Cristin, Lead Anesthesia Technician, VTS (Anesthesia & Analgesia)

Cristin has been a veterinary technician since 1997, starting in Emergency/Critical Care, then moving to Anesthesia in 2010, where she became credentialed as a veterinary technician specialist in Anesthesia/Analgesia in 2015. She started as lead anesthesia tech at Angell West in March of 2022.

Cristin’s professional areas of interest include anesthesia of the critical patient, teaching and empowering technicians, and preventing compassion fatigue. 

Outside of work, her hobbies include gardening, birding, crosswords, and hiking with her all-terrain Chihuahua.

LeAnna, Anesthesia Assistant

LeAnna is from Indiana. She graduated from Purdue University’s veterinary technology program in 2015. She completed an externship at the Indy Humane Society. She was a small animal surgery tech at Purdue University Veterinary Teaching Hospital for nearly six years, which included circulating cases, scrubbing into surgeries, teaching students, and supervising. She joined Angell West as an anesthesia tech in April 2024 and is very excited to be part of the team and learn new things. She is a fur mom to a dog and a cat. She enjoys being in nature, playing piano, and reading in her spare time.

Amy, CVT, Anesthesia Technician

Amy has worked in veterinary clinics since 2012 and passed the VTNE in 2022 to become a Certified Veterinary Technician. Prior to working in veterinary medicine, she utilized her M.S. degree in Animal Sciences from the University of New Hampshire while working on a pasture-based dairy farm in Massachusetts. Amy is fascinated by the many interwoven aspects of anesthesia and is eager to advance her knowledge at a specialty clinic.

She recently moved back from California with her dog Gozer and her three cats: Egon, Utah, and Idaho. On her days off, Amy loves hiking, baking, and reading.

Bucky, Clinical Surgery 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 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 2019, Bucky applied at Angell and began working in January 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.