Meet Our Veterinary Staff in Nashua
At All Pets Veterinary Hospital, we love pets, just like you! Our veterinary staff in Nashua is committed to making and keeping pets well throughout their lives while providing their owners with incomparable customer service. If you have any questions about our team, please let us know.
Tammy Devito has always had a passion for animals. She has over 35 years of experience showing a variety of dog breeds in AKC conformation. She also worked as the animal care director at the Humane Society for Greater Nashua for over 13 years. Outside of work, Tammy is an avid canine agility enthusiast. She enjoys competing in AKC agility trials with her two daughters and their Miniature American Shepherds. Tammy and her dog, Missy, are currently a nationally ranked agility team. When she is not working or competing, Tammy enjoys spending quality time with her husband and their beloved dogs.
Client Care Manager
Liz attended Southern New Hampshire University, where she received her bachelor’s degree in business administration in 2009. She came to our hospital new to veterinary medicine but has found a passion in helping clients care for their pets. When she’s not at work, she enjoys spending time with her friends and family. She shares her home with her Chihuahua, Mojo.
Client Care Representative
Growing up, Michaela was always surrounded by animals. As an avid animal lover, she volunteered at the Lowell Humane Society and was a foster parent to small animals. These included cats, dogs, bunnies, guinea pigs, hermit crabs, gerbils, hamsters, snails, frogs, and fish. She now has two dogs named Moose and Scooby, a cat named Mr. C, and a guinea pig named Peanut.
Michaela is now a full-time student at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell where she is studying biology. Although she is not sure where her degree will take her, her love for animals will always remain strong. In her spare time, she will most often be found typing a lab report for her organic chemistry lab. If her homework is completed, she enjoys reading, catching up on some TV shows, and spending time with her friends and family.
Certified Veterinary Technician/Lead Technician
Laura attended the University of New Hampshire in Durham for veterinary technology and equine science. After working as a veterinary technician for many years, she obtained her CVT and LVT in July 2013. She’s worked full-time for All Pets Veterinary Hospital since it opened in 2009. She also spends her weekends working at an emergency hospital to better her emergency skills. Her areas of interest include pain management and preventative care.
Laura has always had a love of animals. Growing up in Vermont, Laura and her grandmother rescued and bottle fed orphaned kittens and spay/neutered local barn cats to combat the pet overpopulation problem in the area. She spent the rest of her time working at a barn to pay for riding lessons and competing in events with her horse.
She currently shares her home with her fiancé and son; three cats named Lexi, Smithers, and Little Kitty; and three dogs named Otis, Shinra and Saki. In her free time, she enjoys spending time in nature with her family and pets.
Veterinary Technician/Inventory Manager
Lindsay graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a Bachelor of Science degree in pre-veterinary medicine. Being raised by her parents who professionally bred conformation Shetland sheepdogs, she always knew she would have a future with animals. She spent over 10 years as an adoption counselor at the local humane society. Currently, she is a co-founder and breeder of Miniature American Shepherds at her family’s home-kennel, Knee High Miniature American Shepherds.
In her free time, Lindsay competes in AKC conformation and canine agility. Her agility dogs are nationally ranked and compete in the prestigious AKC Agility Invitational event as representatives of the breed. Currently, she shares her household with six Miniature American Shepherds and a border collie.
Certified Veterinary Technician
Nancy has been working in veterinary medicine for over 23 years. Her areas of interest include congenital diseases and animal health. Her favorite part of veterinary medicine is emergency medicine and critical care patients. She also loves educating clients on patient care. Nancy has two wonderful dogs: a Doberman pinscher named Flannery and a Miniature American Shepherd named Fergus, both of whom are trained for agility. However, Flannery was injured when she was 4 years old and cannot compete in agility. She is now training Fergus to be able to compete next year!
Certified Veterinary Technician
Jo graduated from Mount Ida College with a bachelor of science degree in veterinary technology in 2000. She has been a technician for more than 16 years. Her experience has included emergency medicine, general practice, and large animal and specialty services (including internal medicine and critical care). She also spent 10 weeks at the New England Aquarium working with the penguins! She has two dogs named Charlotte and Luna and two cats named Fox and Samantha.
Candice obtained a bachelor’s degree in business administration in 2005, but has always had a love for animals. Her passion started as a child, when she began nursing baby animals back to health. In high school, she participated in a two-year veterinary science program while working at a local pet store caring for small animals, birds, and reptiles. As her knowledge grew, so did her interest in veterinary medicine. She was an adoption counselor and veterinary technician for three years at the Humane Society for Greater Nashua, fostering and caring for thousands of animals. Her ultimate goal in the future is to continue her education to become a certified veterinary technician and assist with wildlife rehabilitation.
In her free time, Candice enjoys hiking, kayaking, and snowshoeing with her husband, Gary. She has four wonderful adopted pets: Kona, a Viszla mix, rescued from Alabama; two cats, Ziggy and Zoey; and a rabbit named Mama BunBun. She looks forward to owning outdoor chickens and goats in the future.
Prior to joining our team, Amy worked as a nursing assistant for human patients for more than 10 years. She switched to veterinary medicine when she realized she enjoyed working with animals more. Amy started working in the veterinary field in 2002 and has been advancing her technician skills ever since. She also gained experience in both a general veterinary practice and an emergency veterinary practice setting. After living in California for six years, she moved back to New Hampshire in 2016 with her five dogs, cat, and two horses. When she’s not at work, she enjoys horseback riding, walking with her dogs, cooking, art, hiking, swimming, and anything outdoors.
Christopher has been in the veterinary field since 2010. He started volunteering at his local humane society while also working as an assistant at All Pets Vet throughout high school. He graduated from Colby-Sawyer College in May of 2016 with a Bachelor of Science degree in biology and now works as a veterinary technician. His passion for veterinary medicine has only continued to grow, with the aspiration of one day attending veterinary school.
Chris is fluent in both Spanish and English, and he is always happy to translate for our Spanish-speaking clients. At home, he has a Yorkshire terrier named Mr. Big and an Italian greyhound mix named Bella who keep him very busy. In his spare time, Chris enjoys watching movies, playing with his dogs, and spending time with family and friends.
Assistant Technician/Client Care Representative
Kimberly grew up on a farm in Derry, NH where she learned about the love and care of horses and goats, ducks and chickens, dogs and cats. After a number of years working as a marketing coordinator for a software company, she accepted a supportive role for veterinary services by manning the front desk in customer service for a general practice then in emergency services. Her organization skills were also put to good use when she became the inventory coordinator; purchasing, distributing and integrating products that balanced budget and needs of the hospital. She currently lives in Nashua with her husband; Hans, her dog; Maggie, two cats; Brat and Frankie and boards her horse; Sage in Hudson.
Kelly has loved animals from a young age; she was always taking care of her family pets. She first started her professional animal career breeding miniature dachshunds until her children went off to school. After breeding six litters of puppies, she changed her focus to the care of small mammals, birds, and reptiles. After her son joined the Air Force and her daughter joined the Navy, she felt the need to help a greater variety of animals, which led her to All Pets.
Client Care Representative
Gail has been a New Hampshire native all her life. She attended Becker College for their veterinary technician program and graduated with an associate degree in science. Gail worked as a veterinary technician for many years before joining our reception team in 2016. She enjoys riding horses and showed on the hunter circuit for many years. She also enjoys walks with friends and their dogs.