Client Services

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    Megan Fenuccio
    School: Animal Behavior College, Certified Veterinary Assistant

    Megan is studying at Animal Behavior College to become a Certified Veterinary Assistant.  She first came to VCA Blackstone Valley Animal Hospital for an externship in October 2014.  Megan grew up in Sutton, MA with her three siblings and silver Labrador, Louie.  Megan enjoys riding horses and spending time with her family.

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    Rose Hogan

    Rose has been with VCA Blackstone Valley since March of 2012.  She has worked with exotic birds for the past 23 years.  She has lived in Cumberland, RI her entire life and shares her home with her pet birds and her two cats.

    In Rose's spare time she loves to read and go to the musical theater. 

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    Jacqueline McElreath
    Veterinary Tech School: Penn Foster College
    School: Worcester State University, BS Social/Behavioral Science and Education

    Jacqueline has been with VCA Blackstone Valley since February 2010 after deciding to switch career paths from education. Jacqueline graduated with a BS in Social/Behavioral Science and Education from Worcester State University and is currently attending Penn Foster College pursuing her Certification in Veterinary Technology. She and her husband Matt share their home with their daughters Rhyan and Darcy, their Boston Terriers Ruby Tuesday and Sawyer Sue as well as Friday the cat. Her interests include: spending time with family and friends, music, going for hikes and nature walks with her dogs, hobby farming and continuing her education. 

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    Alyson Reeves

    Aly started working for VCA April of 2014 after deciding working with animals was the career path her heart led her too.  In November of 2014, Aly transferred to VCA Blackstone Valley to be closer to home.  She and her husband Jason, spend most of their free time with their personality filled Pugs Tiki and Oliver and Labrador Retriever Lady.  Aly is also cross training as a technician to further her knowledge in the veterinary field.