Littleton Animal Hospital's Dedicated Team
Allison Jackson — Hospital Manager
Allison has been working in the veterinary industry for over 20 years. She graduated from Ripon College with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a minor in Chemistry with an emphasis in Pre-Veterinary Medicine. She later went back to school and received her Master’s in Management and Leadership. She is a certified trainer of Dogtra collars, a pet sitter, and a long-time member of Therapy Dogs International. Her background has primarily been working with dogs and cats, as well as some large animals, and she looks forward to the challenge of acquainting herself with the variety of exotics that the hospital sees.
Barbara Luce — Veterinary Technician
Barb, who has had a long career as a veterinary technician, joined Littleton Animal Hospital full-time in 2008, after spending 24 years at another animal hospital. Her special interests in avian and exotic medicine were what drew her to us. She offers great tips and advice to all of our avian and exotic pet owners.
Barb has owned Labradors for many years and spent time at training classes with her boys for show competitions. She has received many ribbons and titles while showing in the Breed, Rally, and Obedience rings. Showing is a true passion of hers.
In her spare time, Barb loves the outdoors and spending time with her husband, John, and their menagerie of pets, including two yellow Labs, Kavan and Kasen, a rescue named Kelly, a number of birds, two cats, a bunny, a chinchilla, and two goats.
Tracy Marshall — Veterinary Technician
Tracy started at Littleton Animal Hospital in 2002 as a receptionist. She became a veterinary technician two years later. For years, she been responsible for all hospital inventory and ordering. She has special interests in avian and exotic medicine and she attended the North American Vet Conference (NAVC) in Florida to receive continuing education regarding best pet care practices.
Outside of work, Tracy enjoys the outdoors with her son, Mason, and her 3-year-old twin girls, Paige and Kelli. Together, they own and care for Spike their uromastyx (lizard) and axolotl, Dart.
Julie Bradford — Veterinary Technician
Julie joined the Littleton Animal Hospital family in January 2019. She is a 2005 graduate of the Vermont Technical College Veterinary Technology program. She has been a certified technician in Maine, New Hampshire, Maryland, and Michigan and is now happy to call Massachusetts home. Julie started her career with animals on her family's dairy farm in rural New Hampshire. She is passionate about client education and preventative medicine.
Outside of work, Julie enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter and her four legged family members; a goofy lab named Blaze and two fancy rats, Rizzo and Ratigan.
Sasha Bruso — Technician Assistant
Sasha has been with Littleton Animal Hospital since June of 2018, but she has been working in the Veterinary field since 2011. She can be found helping at the front desk, down in our boarding department, or assisting the technicians out back!
She loves working with animals and always being able to learn something new. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her son, Waylon, and going for hikes with their four dogs Honey, Aiza, Copper, and Ranger!
Katie Farinha — Technician Assistant
Katie was hired at Littleton Animal Hospital in October 2017 to be the manager of the boarding facility. Since then, she has trained to become a Technician Assistant.
Katie continues to follow her passion and is working towards becoming a Technician. As a step towards this goal, she recently enrolled in the Penn Foster Online Veterinary Technician Program. Although she loves working with our canine patients the most, she enjoys all the patients that are seen at the hospital.
In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, kids, 2 dogs, a cat, and a chinchilla.
Ian — Technician Assistant
Ian has been working at Littleton Animal Hospital since mid 2019. He is passionate about animals and the environment and enjoys spending time outdoors.
Melanie Pierce — Client Care Specialist
Melanie joined LAH in January 2019. She always had a love for animals, so she decided to leave her CNA job of five years as a to join Littleton Animal Hospital.
Melanie's passions are running and spending time with her kids and family. In her free time, she loves to run, walk her pups, and to go to concerts with her daughter.
Kevin Myers — Client Care Specialist
Kevin has worked as a client care specialist here since July of 2019. He is currently pursuing his nursing degree at MSCC. Kevin lives in Littleton with his husband, Bruce, and their two dogs, James and Emma.