Robert C. Feccia, DVM – Veterinarian/Owner
Dr. Robert Feccia was born and raised in Milford, MA. He earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Pre-Veterinary Medicine in 1978 from the University of New Hampshire and his Master of Science degree in Animal Reproduction from the University of Connecticut in 1980. Following a three-year stint in the U.S. Army as a Medical Specialist, Dr. Feccia attended Tufts School of Veterinary Medicine and received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 1987. Dr. Feccia purchased the Leominster Animal Hospital in 1988 when it was being operated as a small part-time clinic in the little “grey house” on Central Street. In 2006, the hospital moved to an expanded site on New Lancaster Road.
Over the course of his 30-plus year career, Dr. Feccia has helped countless pets lead healthier and longer lives through his devotion to animal care. He considers it a privilege to assist people with high quality and affordable health care for their pets.
In his spare time, Dr. Feccia enjoys a multitude of activities including beekeeping, sugaring, CrossFit, hiking, biking, running, and yard work. To date, he has completed 10 marathons, with his most recent being the Athens Marathon.
Dr. Feccia loves being a veterinarian and looks forward to helping your pet live life to the fullest.
If you would like to speak to someone on our team, don’t hesitate to contact us today at (978) 534-0936.
Carol Prue, DVM – Veterinarian
Bio coming soon!
Marybeth Crawford – Office Manager
Marybeth’s career in the Veterinary field began in 1983 and it has been a source of continued fulfillment and inspiration in her life. She finds each day to be a positive learning experience. She is compassionate about the Human-Animal Bond, recognizing the physical and emotional well-being that is derived from human-animal relationships.
Alyssa Stark – Team Lead, Veterinary Technician
Alyssa, who graduated from Becker College in 2015 as a Veterinary Technician and has since become a Certified Vet Tech, has been with Leominster Animal Hospital since 2010. She has always had a strong passion for helping animals and has gained a wide range of experience through her work in kennels, grooming, and shelter medicine. Alyssa lives in Leominster with her boyfriend Dominick, their two dogs (Zeus and Bambino), and their cat (Fifi). They also have a baby girl on the way. On her off time, Alyssa enjoys any outdoor activities, CrossFit, music, and going to concerts.
Linda Estanol – Team Lead, Client Service Representative
Linda, who has been a Client Service Representative since 2004, is the heart of the Leominster Animal Hospital. When not working, her activities include spending as much time as possible with her four cherished grandchildren and participating in her church activities. Linda also loves to bake, which is a special benefit for the LAH staff.
Jennifer Heller – Veterinary Technician
Jen has been with Leominster Animal Hospital as a Veterinary Technician since 2014. Over the course of the last ten years, she has worked in a variety of animal medical care positions, which provided her extensive on-the-job experience for her current role. Jen’s cherished pets include two Border Collies (Brian and her newest addition, Azure) and an African Grey parrot (Lucky).
Kelsea Teto – Veterinary Technician
Kelsea graduated from UMASS Amherst with a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science in 2013, the same year she started working as a veterinary technician at Leominster Animal Hospital. She has over 10 years of experience working as a veterinary nurse and has spent time working with exotics, avians, and in emergency hospitals. Kelsea has a passion for animals and strives to help all patients have a stress and fear-free experience during their visit.
Kelsea lives in Templeton with her husband, Jim; two human-children, Kendal and Colton; and two fur-children, Maverick (Great Dane) and Atari (cattle dog, poodle, husky mix). She enjoys camping with the family in the summer and is happy doing any outdoor activities.
Stephanie is Leominster Animal Hospital’s newest Veterinary Technician, having joined the practice in 2018. She is currently finishing up her Clinical Laboratory and Animal Management degree from Becker College. Stephanie, who has a Yorkie and two cats, has worked in various capacities in the animal care world over the last several years.
Alexis Cote – Veterinary Technician’s Assistant
Alexis began working at Leominster Animal Hospital as a Vet Tech Assistant in 2017. Prior to this position, Alexis worked as a dog walker. She currently has one dog and two cats that share her home.
Samantha Wilson – Veterinary Technician’s Assistant
Samantha has recently joined Leominster Animal Hospital as a Veterinary Technician’s Assistant. She graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a degree in Wildlife Ecology and has spent the last ten years working in various capacities in animal care. In her spare time, Samantha likes to hike with her dogs and enjoys yoga.
Debbie Hartung: Client Service Representative
Debbie joined Leominster Animal Hospital in 2012 after working in the veterinary field in various capacities since 1986. She lives in Rutland with her boyfriend Steve and their 3 cats, Huey, Owen, and their most recent addition, Fred. She is extremely proud of her daughter Kara, who is a police officer in West Brookfield. When not working, Debbie and her family enjoy camping in the Lakes Region of NH, dining out, the Patriots, and a good glass of wine.
Kendra Perry – Client Service Representative
Kendra, a graduate of Fitchburg State University, has been a Client Service Representative since 2017. She and her boyfriend are true animal lovers who share their home with their dog, two cats, two birds, two fish, and a (pet) mouse.
Anna Maria Vacca – Groomer
Anna, a graduate of the Dalton School of Grooming, has been a groomer at Leominster Animal Hospital since 1993. Over the years, she has developed a devoted clientele who appreciate Anna’s attention to detail and her caring attitude with handling their cherished pets.
Carol Crawford – Groomer’s Assistant
Carol, who has worked in equine and small animal related fields for 33 years, joined Leominster Animal Hospital in 2012. Working with animals has always been a rewarding and fulfilling experience for Carol, who also volunteers at an Equine therapy facility. She currently shares her life with one dog, one cat, and a horse.