Littleton Animal Hospital's Dedicated Team
Jasmine Raymond – Hospital Manager
Jasmine enjoys traveling and learning about different cultures. She lived in Brazil for three years and is fluent in Portuguese. She is very passionate about veterinary care and for the past decade has been dedicated to working with animals. She loves her job! Jasmine currently resides in New Hampshire with her wife and three dogs, Peanut, Roxie, and Benjamin.
Tracy Marshall — Veterinary Technician
Tracy has been at Littleton Animal Hospital since 2002, starting as a receptionist. She transitioned to veterinary technician two years later. Mornings find Tracy working in surgery, and she is responsible for all hospital inventory.
At home, Tracy has two cats and a one-legged quaker parakeet. She attended North American Veterinary Community (NAVC) in Florida in January 2012 for continuing education in order to provide the best care for your pets.
Barbara Luce — Veterinary Technician
Barb, who has a long career as a veterinary technician, joined the Littleton Animal Hospital team in 2009. She is an experienced breeder of Labrador Retrievers and has lots of advice for new dog owners.
In her free time, Barb visits local nursing homes with her therapy dogs and takes them to regular obedience classes. She also competes her dogs in shows for titles in obedience, rally and the breed ring. Barb loves working with avian and exotic patients and has adopted a few birds and rabbits into her family. She also owns cats and goats!
Jude Lathrop — Client Care Specialist
Jude joined Littleton Animal Hospital in 1998. She shares her home with 14 cats, all strays. Her free time is spent with her granddaughter Cara, who will tell anyone Grammie has too many cats!
Elisabeth Newbold — Client Care Specialist
Elisabeth is a client care specialist at Littleton Animal Hospital, joining our team in 2013. She has worked in the veterinary field for a number of years. Elisabeth continues her educational studies, while serving our clients and their pets in multiple capacities. She has a passion for animals and their humans, too!
Elisabeth shares her life with seven chickens, a rooster, two dogs, and a special-needs cat. To relax, she spends time hiking, camping and backpacking with her family. Her other interests include gardening, running, reading, and a good movie.