Dr. Anne Masloski
Dr. Anne Masloski, owner of Mass Veterinary Services, received her Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science from UMASS Amherst. She then received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) from Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine and did her residency in internal medicine at VCA All Care Animal Referral Center in Southern California.
Dr. Masloski lives with her three cats Cali, Marvin, and Pinkie. She enjoys snowshoeing, reading, zip lining, hiking, and running-especially in the snow. Dr. Masloski joined our practice in April 2018
Maggie Machen Lamy, DVM, DACVIM (Cardiology) (Telemedicine Services)
Maggie provides echocardiogram and electrocardiogram interpretations, including treatment, diagnostic, and follow-up recommendations. She is available to Dr. Masloski and staff for direct consultation on each case. Dr. Lamy and Pam are also in contact for every echocardiogram performed at Mass Veterinary Services. Dr. Lamy provides her services through SonoPath.com. Click here for her biography and bibliography
Nicole Kepner, Practice Manager
Nicole attended Roger Williams University and has her Bachelors of Science degree in Marine Biology. She also spent 6 months in Australia attending James Cook University and working at a wildlife rehabilitation center. She was a technician supervisor and critical care ICU tech in a busy 24 hour emergency facility. Nicole lives in Somers, CT with her boyfriend, children Brooke and Ben, and their golden doodles Teddy Bear and Jackson. Nicole joined our practice in April 2018. In her free time Nicole enjoys horse back riding, going for hikes, and spending time with her family.
Pamela Harrigan, Registered Diagnostic Sonographer
Since entering the field of echocardiography when it was newly emerging, Pam has been involved in all areas of cardiac ultrasound: clinical practice, research, education and publication. Experienced with both adult and pediatric patients, her clinical affiliations have included Mass General Hospital and Lahey Clinic, as their lab technical director, and as a consultant in special projects at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation cardiac ultrasound laboratory. In addition to authoring and co-authoring echocardiographic scientific papers, manuscripts and book chapters, she has published a textbook on cardiac ultrasound, Principles of Interpretation in Echocardiography. Her publications have earned several awards from professional societies.
She has served as an associate editor of the journal of the Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers, and is a past member of the executive board of the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers as well as the American Society of Echocardiography. She directs a two-year school of echocardiography and has lectured extensively both nationally and internationally.
For over 15 years, her work has been focused in veterinary medicine, both clinical work and teaching/training ultrasound. She has participated as a member of faculty at the ACVIM Forum Annual Scientific Meeting. She also participates in and directs veterinary ultrasound seminars nationally and internationally.
Pam joined Mass Veterinary Services in October of 2019 and with this addition we will be able to fit in more echocardiograms each week for our patients. Click here for her bibliography
Annie Rosensteich, CVT
Annie lives in Wethersfield, CT with her boyfriend Corey and two cats Pickle and Murphy. She went to Becker College and received her associates degree in veterinary technology as well as her veterinary technician certification. Annie has worked in general practice, emergency medicine, and internal medicine. She enjoys spending time with her two nieces and two nephews, feeding the wildlife in her back yard, and enjoying brewery tours. Annie joined our practice in April 2018
Kristi Gaudet, CVT
Kristi attended Holyoke Community College and received her associates in Animal Science as well as her veterinary technician certification. Kristi lives in Holyoke with her three dogs Miley, Oscar, and Marley. Kristi started off in general practice for three years then became the head ophthalmology technician in a busy emergency and specialty hospital for three years as well. Kristi enjoys working out and hair dressing on the side. She came to Mass Veterinary Services in February of 2019 as our cardiology technician.
Teddy Bear, Hospital Mascot
You can find Teddy Bear, our hospital mascot here a couple times a week lounging on the couch or comforting the pets that need to stay here for the day for a procedure.